FUTO school fees for all courses

FUTO school fees for all courses

This time we want to tell you about FUTO school fees. The institution is one of the best in the country if you want to study technology based courses, so read on to see the details.

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FUTO school fees structure

  • FUTO Part-time CCE Fresh Students School Fees

Total school fees: Geology - N85, 000, Other programmes - N82,000

  • FUTO Part-time CCE Returning Students School Fees.

Total school fees: Geology - N66, 000, Other programmes - N64,000

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  • Full-time Undergraduate School School Fees

Year I: Architecture - N61,000, Geology - N57,800, Other programmes - N55,300

Year II-IV: Architecture - N45,340, Geology - N41,800, Other programmes - N39,300

Year V: Architecture - N47,800, Geology - N44, 300, Other programmes - N41,800

  • FUTO Postgraduate school fees

Part-Time Postgraduate School Fees: M.Sc (PT)/PhD (PT) - N113,500, MBA (PT)/MPH (PT) - N167,500

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  • PGD programme school fees

Full-time postgraduate school fees: PGF - N75, 000, M.Sc (FT), MBA (FT) - N121,000, MPH (FT) - N121,500, PhD (FT) - N106, 500,

  • PGD Fresh students

Total school fees: Other programmes - N82,500, Geology - N85,000

  • PGD Returning students:

Total school fees: Other programmes - N64,500, Geology - N66,500

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The total school fees consists: tuition fee, medical\health insurance, registration, caution deposit, exams fees, laboratory fees, ICT, GSA, sports development, ID card, laboratory fees, PGS handbook, municipal charges.

How to pay FUTO school fees

  • The first step is to visit www.futoportal.org, log in with JAMB Reg. Number as registration name and type “password” as passport itself.
  • Edit your profile, add a phone number and passport-type photo
  • Click on “school fees” bar to receive school fees invoice
  • Go an approved bank branch, present the RRR and invoice to the teller and request to make FUTO school fees payment with Remita
  • After the payment don’t forget to get a receipt to confirm successful transaction
  • Return to your account on FUTO website and enter your RRR to complete the payment

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  • After you entered the RRR, you can print the receipt online.

Some remarks about payment:

  1. New students can pay their fees only after their Clearance form has been approved in their Departments.
  2. If a student has a problem or some misunderstanding about online payment, he or she can write to the director of ICT Centre
  3. The payment of fees is compulsory for all students, without payment you can’t write exams, attend lectures, or have access to University services and facilities.

Federal University of Technology Owerri

This is a well known federal university, it is considered as one of the premier institutions of technology in the country. It was established in 1980 and named the oldest Nigerian University of Technology. There are eight colleges in the institution:

  • School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology
  • School of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • School of Management and Management Technology
  • School of Physical Sciences

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  • School of Biological Sciences
  • School of Health
  • School of Environmental Science
  • School of Basic Medical Sciences

We hope that FUTO school fees structure and main information about the institution will help you make decisions about gaining admissions into the institution.

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