FUTA School Fees & Acceptance Fee for 2022/2023 Academic Session

The management of the Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) has announced the deadline for payment of school fees and registration for the 2022/2023 Academic Session.

Newly admitted and returning students are advised to pay up all the fees required by the school before the deadline.

FUTA School Fees and Registration Deadline

The Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) has announced the deadline for payment of fees. The deadline for fees is march 2022.

If you pay your school fees after the deadline, it is not considered valid, and you may go through a lot of filing processes to get your money.

The penalty for defaulting is a loss of studentship for the 2022/2023 academic Session.

Also, note that the lost session shall form part of the total duration allowed for the Programme.

However, a student who has a genuine reason(s) to apply for Temporary Withdrawal from Studies for the session must follow the due process before the end of the First Semester of the session.

How Much is FUTA School Fees?

FUTA school fees vary depending on the program you are enrolled in. check your appropriate program below.

FUTA School Fees For New Students (Freshers)

The Federal University of Technology (FUTA) school fees For freshers or new students in science-related courses are around (₦70,000) seventy thousand Naira only. While school fees for the non-science students are estimated to be (₦60,000) sixty thousand Naira only.

On average, a fresher should budget about ₦100,000) hundred thousand Naira only for their first-year fees. This includes hostel/accommodation and every school fee.

Here is a breakdown of FUTA freshers’ school fees.

  • Online Registration – 1,000 naira.
  • Deed of Undertaking – 500 naira.
  • Laboratory Charges – 2,250 naira.
  • Examination Charges – 1,000 naira.
  • Electronic Charges – 1,000 naira.
  • Certificate Verification – 2,000 naira.
  • Caution Fee (Refundable) – 2,500 naira.
  • Identity Card– 1,000 naira.
  • Students Handbook (Revised Edition)- 500
  • Sports Services- 750 naira
  • Medical Examination- 1,500 naira
  • Endowment Fund- 1,000 naira
  • Medical (TISHIP)- 1,600
  • Matriculation Charges- 1,000

FUTA School Fees For Returning Students 2022/2023

It is easier for returning students to pay their school fees online.

The school fees for FUTA returning students are (₦21,000) twenty one thousand Naira only for science students and (₦15,000) fifteen thousand Naira for non-science students.

FUTA School Fees For Part-Time Students

The tuition fee for FUTA part-time students is between (₦70,000) and (₦320,000) depending on the course you want to study.

FUTA Part-Time Admission Form 2022/2023

If you are running a part-time postgraduate study, you might be paying up to (₦450,000). Again, this depends on the course of study.

How Much is FUTA Acceptance Fee?

The Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) charges ₦20,000 twenty thousand Naira only for her acceptance fee.

New intakes must pay their acceptance fees to be considered students.

How Much is FUTA Hostel Fee?

Students who want to stay in the hostel accommodations that are made available by the school authorities would have to apply before time.

FUTA hostel fees accommodation fee is (₦18,000) Eighteen thousand Naira only for an academic session.

Considering the high price of housing in Akure, ₦18,000 for a whole year in school is very affordable.

The downside to this is that, if you are someone who likes privacy, you may not be able to live your private life in these hostels.

There are sometimes up to 10 students per room. The hostels have public bathrooms and toilets, hence, you shouldn’t expect it to be as comfortable as that of people living outside the hostel.

Conclusion

We hope that this article gives you clarity on how much FUTA school fees are, irrespective of the program you want to enrol in.

We will be sure to update this article if there are any amendments by the school authority.

We wish you luck in your academic pursuit.

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