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Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic (AKWAIBOMPOLY) School Fees Schedule For 2023/2024 Session

The Akwa Ibom Poly has released the school fees schedule and amount to be paid for the 2023/2024 academic session. See the school fees below
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AKWAIBOMPOLY School Fees Schedule: The management of Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic (AKWAIBOMPOLY), Ikot Osurua, has issued the school fees schedule for new and returning pre-ND/ND/HND programmes for the 2023/2024 academic session.

Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic (AKWAIBOMPOLY) School Fees Schedule

Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic (AKWAIBOMPOLY) School Fees Schedule 

Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic (AKWAIBOMPOLY) School Fees Schedule

PAYMENT MODE:

  1. All students are encouraged to get Clearance/Authority to Pay from their respective Departments before depositing fees into any Commercial Bank.
  2. Generate a Remita invoice and pay the fee at ANY COMMERCIAL BANK IN NIGERIA USING THE REMITA PLATFORM.
  3. Following that, students must produce the following documents for authentication of receipts before Letters of Admission are issued.
    • Two (2) copies of the Remita School Fee e-receipt and Acceptance Fee (one coloured and one photocopy).
    • One coloured passport with full name and department written on the reverse side stapled to a coloured remita e-receipt.
  4. The e-receipt authenticated by the Bursary Department is evidence of your payment; students should therefore take care of it for future clearance. Any loss of fee receipt attracts a fine of ₦1,000.00. NOTE: All Departmental fees of ₦3,000.00 are payable to the appropriate Departmental Accounts
  5. Acceptance Fees of ₦10,000.00 (New Students Only), payable at any COMMERCIAL BANK IN NIGERIA via Remita
  6. Please keep in mind that the ₦10,000.00 acceptance fee is NON-REFUNDABLE
  7. School fees are payable per semester over the course of one month. Late payment of school fees results in a ₦5,000.00 penalty.

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