Noun School Fees Schedule for2013/2014 Session

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Noun School Fees Schedule for2013/2014 Session
Posted on: October 21, 2013, 06:11:09 PM
Listed below are school fees for
various courses of the National Open
University (NOUN) for this 2013/2014
academic year.
UNDERGRADUATES – FRESH STUDENTS
1 REGISTRATION FEES #2,500.00 2 CAUTION DEPOSIT #3,500.00
3 ORIENTATION FEES #1,500.00
4 MATRICULATION FEES #1,500.00
5 I.D. CARD #500.00
6 LIBRARY FEES #3,000.00
7 ICT ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES # 10,000.00
TOTAL #22,500.00
UNDERGRADUATES - RETURNING
STUDENTS
1. REGISTRATION FEES #2,500.00
2. LIBRARY FEES #3,000.00 3. ICT ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES #
10,000.00
TOTAL #15,500.00
NOTE: JAMB REGULIZATION FESS #
3,000.00
RESULT VERIFICATION FEES #5,000.00 TOTAL #8,000.00
Will be paid by all undergraduate
students at year of graduation
POSTGRADUATES – FRESH STUDENTS
1 REGISTRATION FEES 2,500.00
2 CAUTION DEPOSIT 3,500.00 3 ORIENTATION FEES 1,500.00
4 MATRICULATION FEES 1,500.00
5 I.D. CARD 500.00 5 I.D. CARD
6 LIBRARY FEES 3,000.00 6
7 ICT ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES
10,000.00 TOTAL #22,500.00
POSTGRADUATES - RETURNING
STUDENTS
1. REGISTRATION FEES 2,500.00
2. LIBRARY FEES 3,000.00
3. ICT ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES 10,000.00
TOTAL #15,500.00
RESULT VERIFICATION NOTE: FEES
10,000.00 Will be paid by all
postgraduate students at year of
graduation Ph.D SCHEDULE FEES
1 APPLICATION FORM #10,000.00
2 REGISTRATION FEE PER ANNUM #
150,000.00
3 Course Material (Where applicable)
per course #10,000.00 4 Laboratory Access Fee (Where
applicable) per session #20,000.00
5 Library fee per session #10,000.00
6 Examination fee (Where applicable)
per course #3,000.00
7 Resit Examination fee per course (Where applicable) #4,000.00
8 I.D. CARD #2,500.00
9 ICT ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES #
10,000.00


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