National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) SCHOOL FEES

In NOUN fees are paid per semester; not per session.

 

Fees Schedule for Undergraduate and Postgraduate New Students First Semester

PAYMENT FEES

AMOUNT (in Naira)

Registration Fees

6,000

Caution Deposit

3,500

Orientation Fees

1,500 

Matriculation Fees 

1,500

I.D. Card  

500

Library Fees 

3,000

ICT Administrative Charges

5,000

E-Facilitation

4,000

JAMB Regularization

6,000

Result Verification Fee 

5,000 

 

TOTAL      

 

36,000


Note that these fees will only grant you access to your student portal and not your final fees. You will still have to pay for your course and exam registrations check course/exam section for more.  

In summary as a new undergraduate student in your first semester, you will spend between =N=50,000 and =N=70,000 or more depending on the courses and exam you register.

 

Subsequent Semesters

 
PAYMENT FEES

AMOUNT (in Naira)

Semester Registration Fees

6,000

Library Fees 

3,000

ICT Administrative Charges

5,000

E-Facilitation

4,000

TOTAL      

18,000


These fees will only also grant you access to your student portal. You will still need to pay for your course and exam registrations.

 

Fees Schedule for Ph.D.

PAYMENT FEES

AMOUNT (in Naira)

Application form

10,000

Registration fee per annum

150,000

Course Registration Fee

10,000 (per course)

Laboratory Access Fee

20,000

I.D. Card  

2,500

Library Fees 

10,000

ICT Administrative Charges

10,000

E-Facilitation

6,000

Examination Fee

3,000 (per course)

Re-sit Examination fee per course

4,000 (per course)

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