UNN: 2014/15 POSTGRADUATE SESSION TO BEGIN IN JANUARY, SCHOOL FEES INCREASED.

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Information from the School of Postgraduate Studies, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, indicates that the new academic session would begin January 1th, 2015. An official statement signed by the Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies, Prof. A. Ubachukwu, revealed this. It also added that the UNN management making changes in the certain aspect of postgraduate programme.
The 2014/15 admission list into postgraduate diplomas, masters, and PhD programmes have been released and payment of 25,000 naira acceptance fee had already begun. Many admitted student have already paid before, the registration process was halted suddenly. Many speculated that the University management was making plans to increase the postgraduate tuition fees.
SCHOOL FEES INCREASED
Postgraduate Nigeria can authoritatively confirm that the postgraduate school fees at University of Nigeria has been increased. Masters and PhD tuition was on an average of 76,700 naira, but has been increased to 145,900 naira. This over hundred percent increament is not going down well with many students, because the tuition is for both newly admitted and returning students. Efforts are being made to meet the Vice Chancellor to reduce the fee. It may be difficult for the University management to rescind, as the school’s online payment invoice now reflects this new school fee.
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