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AKSU School Fees for New Students 2024 | Akwa Ibom University

We will center our focal point majorly on school fees for AKSU today since you are financial strength, as well as that of your parents/guardians, has to be considered before thinking of preference for any school.

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AKSU SCHOOL FEES FOR INDIGINES AND NON-INDIGENES

The school fees for indigenes and Non Indigenes of AKSU for the 2024 academic session are N53, 000 and N73, 000 correspondingly.

Payments are to be made to the subsequent banks;

  • Union Bank
  • Unity Bank
  • Sterling Bank
  • Diamond Bank
  • Enterprise Bank
  • GTB Bank
  • Access Bank
  • Eco-Bank
  • United Bank for Africa (UBA)
  • First City Monument Bank (FCMB)

PAYMENT PRODUCER FOR AKSU FRESHERS

(1) Visit www.aksu.edu.ng from any internet access point (E.g. Cyber Cafés).

(2) Clunk on the Student menu and choose the MAKE PAYMENT option. You will be redirected to http://portals.aksu.edu.ng

(3) Clunk on the link “REGISTER NOW” and choose ADMISSION

(4) Enter your Jamb license number and clunk on the VERIFY button.

(5) Select the varsity FEE button and clunk on the CONTINUE button.

(6) Select FULL PAYMENT

(7) Clunk on the print button to print the Pre-Payment Analysis Slip.

(8) Clunk on the MAKE PAYMENT button to form payment using the transact online payment platform.

(Memorandum that the amount to be paid includes School fee, Course Registration fee for General Studies – GSS, as well as Bank Transaction charge)

(9) Handpicked Pay AT BANK mode from the payment mode options menu.

(10) The list of banks supported on the platform appears, clunk the CONTINUE button to proceed.

11) You will see an ACKNOWLEDGMENT SLIP containing the details of your transactions appears.

12) Clunk on PRINT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SLIP button to print the slip.

13) With the Acknowledgment slip stopover any headquarters of the banks listed on the platform.

14) At the bank, the bank teller uses the Acknowledgment slip to simply accept the payment in Cash and provides the scholar with a transact e-payment receipt.

15) Visit the Bursary Department to vary your e-receipt to the University’s official receipt.

 

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