Abia State University Uturu ranks as one of the best state universities in the eastern part of Nigeria. The University offers various courses and departments in line with the Nigerian University Commission. Students who wish to gain admission into this prestigious institution have this piece of information very vital to them.
This post contains Abia state university current school fees for all faculties and departments both for freshers that its 100 Level students and above that is from 200 level, 300, 400, 500 and up to 600 Level. It is broken into departments, Colleges of Medicine. Please note that the school fees listed here is generated based on fees per semester and not a session.
Usually, 100 level students tend to pay more reason being that asides paying their school fees, other fees are incorporated which includes acceptance fee, accreditation Fee and development fee, though these fees are one offs, that its to be paid just once and upon payment, from 200 Level, they start paying the same fee until probably final year.
The fees are all well represented in a tabular format for ease of identification
Abia State University Current School Fees For Fresh and Returning Students
Fees Per Semester
|600 Level||200 Level and above||First Year 100 Level|
|A||Medicine & Surgery, Medical Lab Science, Optometry, Nursing Sciences, Law, Accountancy, Architecture, Estate Management
|– Acceptance Fee||–||–||N50,000|
|– Accreditation Fee||–||–||N30,000|
|– Development Fee||–||–||N50,000|
|B||Banking & Finance, Marketing, Management, Economics, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Political Science, Mass Communication, History and International Relations||–
|– Acceptance Fee||–||–||N 45,000|
|– Accreditation Fee||–||–||N25,000|
|– Development Fee||–||–||N 30,000|
|C||Other Courses not Included in A & B above||–||N48,000||N48,000|
|– Acceptance Fee||–||–||N 40,000|
|– Accreditation Fee||–||–||N 20,000|
|– Development Fee||–||–||N 20,000|
Usually, Abia State Students are all encouraged to pay their tuition fees for both first and second semester in order to reduce the cost of transaction and for convenience sake.
Hope this piece of information was helpful?