Bowen University – The Management of the Bowen University, Iwo [BUI] has released the school fees schedule payable by all fresh and returning Undergraduates, Postgraduate, JUPEB, Remedial and Weekend Programmes for 2022/2023 Academic Session.
Bowen University Iwo (BUI) Tuition/School Fees Structure.
First Degrees and MBBS Payment Structure for 2022/2023 Session
(a) 100 Level Students are required to pay 70% in the minimum payable before the first two weeks of resumption of the First Semester and register for their courses. The balance of 30% of the total fees is to be paid within the first two weeks of the second semester.
(b) All Other Students (Levels 200 to 500) are required to pay in full fees for Accommodation and Conveniences.
School Fees Payment for Foreign Students: Foreign Students living in Nigeria will pay 10% increment of current school fees while international students living outside Nigeria will pay 15% increment of current school fees across all programmes.
200 to 500 Level Students are required to pay in full fees within the first two weeks of resumption of the Second semester and register for their Second Semester courses.
Students in the Clinical of the Medicine and Surgery Programmes are required to pay all relevant Fees.
Remedial Students School Fees:
1. One Course – N75,000
2. Two Courses – N140,000
3. More than two Courses but not more than 12 credits – N180,000
4. Extra credits for graduating students – N20,000 per credit (maximum of 14 credits)
5. Completion of Project during the ERP – N100,000
OTHER PROGRAMMES SCHOOL FEES
- A-Level Fees
- 100 Level Fees
- 200 Level Fees
- 400 Level Fees
- 300 Level Fees
- 500 Level Fees
- 600 Level Fees
The school will not entertain any refund of fees after payment has been effected for whatever reason.
Overpayment of fees will be credited into students’ account and sorted out at graduation if it has not been fully utilized by then.
All students are required to register for their semester courses within the first three weeks of resumption. Registration is contingent on payment of all prescribed fees.
Late registration after three weeks attracts a penalty of 5 per cent of whatever amount stands against the student as total outstanding fees plus N5,000.00 for late course registration.
Feeding shall be by approved Cafeteria Services for which students themselves Pay As They Eat (PATE)