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KWASU School Fees 2021/ 2022 Confirmed, Find out here

Having being inundated with questions regarding the confirmed amount paid in schools across Nigerian universities in our comment section, we have run a series on university’s school fees across Nigeria, having done our research in this area. We are beginning with the KWASU School Fees 2021/ 2022 and this article is about KWASU school fees 2021/2021 as confirmed by the school management. Ensure that you read it till the end form maximum information. You can also share this article on your social media accounts for others to benefit from this important information.

If you are a prospective student of the Kwara State University (KWASU) for the 2021/2022 academic session, this article is for you. The post reveals KWASU School Fees 2021/ 2022. Kwara State University is owned and funded by the government of Kwara State. The University’s policy of school fees payment is per session (yearly). For example, if you are in 100-level, your school fees for the 100-level will be paid once. It is not expected to split across the two semesters that make up a session.

Similar to other states’ universities, the indigenes of Kwara State are given consideration, which allows them to pay less in school fees, a privilege that is not extended to the non-indigenes. Importantly, you will get to know, in this article, the additional fees that students are expected to pay but are not included in the school fees. Note that KWASU does not take failure to pay the approved fees lightly. In fact, late payment of fees attracts 20% of the total amount to be paid.

In many higher institutions, the first-year students (freshers) often pay higher than those who are in their second or third year. But at KWASU, interestingly, the first-year students pay less than the people at the higher levels. Ask why, the reason is simple. Tuition and entrepreneurship fees are added to the fees of the returning students’ charges.

KWASU School Fees 2021/ 2022 Structure

At KWASU, school fees are subdivided into two categories—indigenes and non-indigenes. There would be slight differences according to faculties, yet the information is handy. See the school fees below:

KWASU School Fees 2021/ 2022 – Indigenes

100-Level—N99, 500

200-Level—N109, 500


100-Level—N200, 000

200-Level—N210, 000

Other Payable Fees at KWASU

While the other payable school fees are not extra charges by the university, they are paid in line with the individual department’s needs and requirements. These fees are:

N2, 500—Student Handbook

N5, 000—Tourism, Hospitality and Merchandise

N20, 000—Teaching Practice (4th year and Education students only)

N18, 000—Teaching Practice (3rd year and Education students only)

N25, 000—Geology students’ field work

N12, 000—Teaching Practice (COE)

N10, 000—B. Ed. Undergraduate

N20, 0000—B. Ed. Postgraduate

N50, 000—Registration, Excursion, FPT (College of Agriculture only)

N8, 500—D/Levy, Association fees, Excursion (Early Childhood Education only)

N5, 000—E-learning Enhancement

N5, 000—ENACTUS Fee

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