If you are an aspiring or returning student of the Obafemi Awolowo University then you will be interested in knowing how much is the Obafemi Awolowo University school fees. This is very important.
We are pleased to inform the general public, particularly new and returning Obafemi Awolowo University students, that the school administration has released the OAU school fees schedule for the current academic session.
We would like to inform all newly admitted students whose names appeared on the Obafemi Awolowo University Admission List that the amount to be paid as school fees has been released by the school authority.
All new and returning students are advised to pay their Obafemi Awolowo University tuition fees as soon as possible at designated banks across the country. Payment of OAU school fees should be made via the school portal within the time frame specified by the school administration.
Late payment of OAU school fees may result in additional charges, admission forfeiture, or inability to sit for a semester examination.
If you are already a student or have been offered admission, the current OAU school fees schedule for freshmen and returning students for the 2022/2023 session is provided below.
Below are the school fees for both fresh and returning students of the Obafemi Awolowo University.
Law – N43,700 Per Session
Arts- N43,700 Per Session
Social Sciences – N43,700 Per Session
Administration – N43,700 Per Session
Education Arts – N43,700 Per Session
Science – N54,700 Per Session
Education – N54,700 Per Session
Education Science – N54,700 Per Session
Technology – N54,700 Per Session
Agriculture – N54,700 Per Session
Engineering – N54,700 Per Session
Medicine – N57,700 Per Session
Pharmacy – N57,700 Per Session
Health Sciences – N57,700 Per Session
Also, a Development Levy of Eighteen thousand naira (N18,000.00), is paid once and for all by Fresh Students throughout the duration of their studentship at the University.
In addition, the following fees are payable:
- Tertiary Institutions Students Health Insurance Programme, TISHIP – 2,000.00
- Students’ Welfare Insurance Scheme – 1,000.00
- Accommodation: (Freshmen will be provided accommodation on a first come first served basis) – N3,090.00
FACULTY/PROGRAMMES CHARGES PER SESSION
LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS N20,100 Per Session
(ExtraSemester Rain/Harmattan) N20,100
SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC. SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC FEE N28,100 Per Session
(Extra Semester Rain/Harmattan) N28,100
BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL SCIENCE, DENTISTRY/PHARMACY N31,100 Per Session
BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL SCIENCE, DENTISTRY/PHARMACY
(Extra Semester Rain/Harmattan) N31,100
LATE REGISTRATION FOR COURSES N2,000.00
ACCOMMODATION (RETURNING STUDENT) N2,590.00
i. Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local Government Studies) Returning Students N55, 300.00
ii. Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local Government Studies)
Extra Semester (Rain/Harmattan) N54, 050.00
Returning students are required to pay the above-mentioned fees, which include the sum of N2, 000 for TISHIP (Tertiary Institutions Students Health Insurance Programme).
The above are the current OAU school fees for new and returning students for the 2022/2023 academic year. If you have any questions about OAU school fees for new students, please leave them in the comment box below and we will respond as soon as possible.
Students should access the e-portal from any Cyber Cafe anywhere for their registration.
Fresh undergraduates and final year students will apply for Bed Space Allocation placement directly on the e-portal after payment of appropriate fees, including accommodation fees.
Candidates will be required to print 3 copies of Bed Space Clearance Forms from the e-portal which must be duly signed by the student and the Hall Warden.
The forms will be administered as follows:
- Students are required to keep one
- Submit one copy to the Dean of Student Affairs
- Submit the third copy to the Hall Warden to qualify him/her to OCCUPY the bed space Please note that failure to submit the Bed Space Clearance Forms as stipulated automatically disqualifies the Bed Space Allocation.
In addition to fresh undergraduate students, final year students are given preference in the allocation of bed spaces. Other available spaces (if any) will be balloted for.
NOTE: The University Management also wishes to inform parents/guardians and the general public that any figures presented by individuals or groups other than those listed above are false and do not come from the university authorities.