Top 7 most expensive Nigerian Universities in 2018 according to their tuition fees for a session.
Sitting on Number seven is Redeemer’s University, Ede, Osun state. The University which was established in 2005 is owned by renowned Christian church, The Redeemed Christian Church (RCCG). The University Operates a Collegiate system and has an estimate of over 5000 students.
Tuition and other fees ranges from ₦ 500,000-₦650,000
Crawford University is a co-educational Christian Private university owned by the Apostolic Faith Mission. Located in Igbesa, Ogun State Nigeria. The University prides itself with its Motto: Knowledge with Godliness.
Tuition and Other Fees ranges from ₦400,000-₦600,000
Bowen University, Iwo
Owned by Baptist Convention Movement and located in Iwo, Osun State.
Bowen was established on the 1st of July, 2001 and offers several degree programs for undergraduate and postgraduate.
Tuition and other fees ranges from ₦500,000-₦750,000
Igbinedion University Okada
Igbinedion University is Nigeria’s first private University.
Located in Okada, Benin City and Established in 1999, the university offers a postgraduate and undergraduate degree in several programs.
Tuition and other fees ranges from ₦540,000-₦720,000
Afe Babalola University
Afe Babalola University is a non-profit University. Founded by Lawyer and philanthropist Afe Babalola in 2009.
Tuition and other Fees ranges from ₦675,000-₦1,075,000
American University of Nigeria
Located in Northeastern Nigeria, AUN, Is a private tertiary institution that offers American standard education. With a variety of Programs and disciplines, AUN sits on the number two position of Most expensive University.
A Typical program costs about ₦ 1,375,500
Babcock University sits at number one With an Estimate of 12,000 enrolled students, Babcock University prides herself in her moral values and standard.
Tuition and other fees ranges from ₦620,000-₦3,000,000
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