The Niger Delta University school fees schedule for the 2023/2024 academic session has been released and published online. This page contains the NDU school fees schedule for both Indigenes and Non-Indegenes of Bayelsa state, Nigeria.
This page covers everything you need to know about the Niger Delta University (NDU) school fees for the 2023/2024. Right now, newly admitted students are required to pay between N110,000 to N200,000 depending on the course they were offered admission into.
Both newly admitted and returning students in the Medical field school fees are obviously higher when compared to students in other departments.
Please note that the said fees only apply to the university’s fresh students. See the breakdown of the Niger Delta University school fees below.
- Niger Delta University School Fees 2023.
- Niger Delta School Fees.
- Payment Procedure.
- Niger Delta University Acceptance Fee.
- NDU Hostel Accommodation Fee.
- Niger Delta University School Fees FAQs.
- How much is the school fees for Nursing at NDU?
- How do I pay my NDU school fees?
- Is Niger Delta University a private university?
- Is NDU offering Nursing?
Niger Delta University School Fees 2023.
|Basic Medical Sciences, Pharmacy, and Nursing||₦150,000||₦200,000|
|Management Science, Social Sciences, Arts,
Agricultural Science, Education, and Science
Niger Delta School Fees.
- The first step is to visit the school’s official payment portal @ www.ndufees.com
- Sign in with your email and password. If you don’t have any, click on “Don’t have an Account” and register.
- After you’ve successfully registered and log in to your Personal Dashboard, click on Pay Fees and choose which fees to pay example: “SCHOOL FEES‟
- Generate your e-teller
- Make payment online via remita or paystack as directed on the school portal.
- Return to www.ndufees.com to print your receipt. It’s important to have all your school fees payment receipts.
- All 100 Level and 200 Level Students are required by the Niger Delta University to register for skill acquisition before they can print out their school fees receipt.
Niger Delta University Acceptance Fee.
How much is the Niger Delta University acceptance fee? An Acceptance fee is a fee that all newly admitted students are required to pay, to show that they’ve accepted the NDU admission offer. It’s mandatory for all fresh students.
The Niger Delta University (NDU) acceptance fee is N40,000 (forty thousand naira only) and is non-refundable. The acceptance fee is a compulsory payment that all newly admitted students of the academic institution. Note that this fee is not included in the NDU school fees.
NDU Hostel Accommodation Fee.
How much is the Niger Delta University hostel accommodation fee for 2023? The Niger Delta University hostel fee is N15,000 (fifteen thousand naira only) per academic year. Students applying for a hostel space should know that this hostel fee covers bed space and maintenance.
Accommodations are available for all interested students per academic year. But due to the number of students currently being admitted into the institution, bedspace may not be available to all first-year students, so it’s advisable that you commence payment for hostel accommodation immediately.
Niger Delta University School Fees FAQs.
How much is the school fees for Nursing at NDU?
The Niger Delta University (NDU) school fees for newly admitted Nursing students is ₦150,000.00.
How do I pay my NDU school fees?
You can pay your NDU school fees directly on the institution’s portal. Login with your details and on your Personal Dashboard, click on Pay Fees and select which fees you want to pay. Example: “SCHOOL FEES”. Generate your e-teller. On the generated e-teller click pay online with an Internet-enabled Debit Card (Master or Verve).
Is Niger Delta University a private university?
No, the Niger Delta University is a state government-funded institution. That means the school is not a private university, but a public one.
Is NDU offering Nursing?
YES, the Niger Delta University is offering Nursing. Courses offered in the Department of MCHN include * Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNSC) – the students of BNSC in the fifth year take the Final Qualifying Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria Professional Examinations for Midwives to be registered and licensed to practice as Registered Midwives (RM).