Kwara State Polytechnic School Fees 2019

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KWARA STATE POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL FEES

State tertiary institutions in Nigeria are known to be more expensive than Federal institutions.

Kwara Polytechnic is not the most expensive state polytechnic in Nigeria, neither is it the cheapest.

Regardless of the tuition fees, the Polytechnic maintains a high educational standard and remains among the finest polytechnics in Nigeria.

KWARA STATE POLYTECHNIC SCHOOL FEES FOR ND AND HND STUDENTS

In this section, we will take a look at the school fees for various programmes available in the polytechnic, categorizing them according to their levels.

The unique thing about this school is that there is a significant difference in tuition fees of indigenes of the state and non-indigenes. This is basically done to promote education and encourage youths in the state to pursue education.

The Kwara State Polytechnic runs full time and flexible part-time programmes.

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The school also runs National Diploma degrees and Higher National Diploma Weekend programs.

Here, we will consider the fees for various programs, breaking down the fees and highlighting the amount paid by indigenes and non-indigenes for 2018/2019 session.

Kwara Polytechnic School Fees for Full-time Students

ND I Full Time

  • Indigene: N62, 700
  • Non-Indigene: N84, 200

ND II Full Time

  • Indigene: N52, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N72, 000

HND I Full Time

  • Indigene: N69, 200
  • Non-Indigene: N89, 700

HND II Full Time

  • Indigene: N58, 700
  • Non-Indigene: N75, 500

ND Full Time Repeaters

  • Indigene: N42, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N53, 000

HND Full Time Repeaters

  • Indigene: N43, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N56, 000

ND Full Time Carryover 1 paper

  • Indigene: N6, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N6, 000

HND Full Time Carryover 1 paper

  • Indigene: N6, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N6, 000

ND Full Time Carryover 2 paper

  • Indigene: N10, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N10, 000

HND Full Time Carryover 2 paper

  • Indigene: N10, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N10, 000

ND Full Time Carryover 3 paper

  • Indigene: N15, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N15, 000

HND Full Time Carryover 3 paper

  • Indigene: N15, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N15, 000

Kwara Polytechnic School Fees for Part Time Programs

ND I Part Time

  • Indigene: N65, 200
  • Non-Indigene: N85, 200

ND II Part Time

  • Indigene: N51, 500
  • Non-Indigene: N68, 500

HND I Part Time

  • Indigene: N65, 200
  • Non-Indigene: N89, 700

HND II Part Time

  • Indigene: N53, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N74, 500

HND III Part Time

  • Indigene: N53, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N74, 500

ND Part Time Repeaters

  • Indigene: N42, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N53, 000

HND Part Time Repeaters

  • Indigene: N43, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N56, 000

ND Part Time Carryover 1 paper

  • Indigene: N6, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N6, 000

HND Part Time Carryover 1 paper

  • Indigene: N6, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N6, 000

ND Part Time Carryover 2 paper

  • Indigene: N10, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N10, 000

HND Part Time Carryover 2 paper

  • Indigene: N10, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N10, 000

ND Part Time Carryover 3 paper

  • Indigene: N15, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N15, 000

HND Part Time Carryover 3 paper

  • Indigene: N15, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N15, 000

Please note that all science and engineering students in various programmes are required to pay and extra N3, 000 as practical fees.

Also, all fresh students are required to pay acceptance fees irrespective of the programme.

The acceptance schedule is analysed below. The school fees and acceptance fees are payable only to the chosen banks the school decides on.

Acceptance Fees to be paid by all students for all programs

  • Indigene: N5, 000
  • Non-Indigene: N7, 000

 

Kwara State Polytechnic is rated as one of the best polytechnics in Nigeria.

The school has since its establishment in 1973 maintained a steady educational standard that has drawn recognition for various parts of Africa.

The strategic location of the institution has made the polytechnic accessible to students from all over the country. The school was established by the then Kwara State Military Governor, Col. David Bamigboye.

The polytechnic started with an estimated 110 students in the first session in 1973. As it stands, the school runs various programs including ND and HND. They also run part-time and full-time programs.

This adds flexibility and dynamism to the flow of the operation of the school and various kinds of students can easily pick whichever program is convenient for them.

The institution boasts of standard learning facilities and the environment is conducive for learning although much more can be done to better the immediate and surrounding environment of the lecture theatres. Unlike some state polytechnic, Kwara Polytechnic has an appreciably stable academic calendar and rarely experiences a distortion in the flow of the academic calendar.

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