Cheapest Private Universities In Nigeria | School Fees and More

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In this article you will see various Private Universities whose charges are cheap including their school fees range. See  more details Below

1. Alhikmah University – 103,000 naira – 600,000 naira

Alhikmah University is one of the cheapest private universities that has been accredited by the Nigerian University Commission (NUC). The university currently has two campuses in Ilorin and Igbaja, Kwara State.
….Courses offered in The university : – Faculty of Natural & Applied Sciences

Faculty of Management Sciences
– Faculty of Education
– Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
– Faculty of Law
– Faculty of Health Sciences etc.

2. Oduduwa University – 170,000 naira – 197,000 naira

Oduduwa University is located at Ipetumodu, Osun State, Nigeria. Oduduwa has been in existence since 2009 when the university was approved to start its activities. The institution has over 20,000 students across various faculties and department.

Colleges in Oduduwa university currently are: College of Management and Social Sciences (CMSS)
– Banking & Finance
– College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CNAS)
– Business Administration
– Mass Communication & – Media Technology
– Economics
– Accounting
– Public Administration
– Political Science
– International Relations
– College of Environmental Design and Management (CEDM)
– College of Engineering and Technology (CET)
– Mathematics/Statistics
– Mathematics/Computer Science
– Biochemistry
– Microbiology/Pre-medicine
– Industrial Chemistry
– Computer Engineering
– Computer Science
– Physics (Electronics)
– Chemistry
– Electronic/Electrical Engineering

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3. Ajayi Crowther University N162,000 – N782,000

Ajayi Crowther University is another cheap private university in Nigeria that is open for everyone. It was established in 2005. The school is currently located in Oyo State, Nigeria.

The university has working academic staffs in the following fields:

Faculty of Natural Science
– Faculty of Social Science
– Faculty of Law
– Faculty of Management Science
– Faculty of Humanities
– Faculty of Engineering
– Faculty of Education etc.

4. Obong University – N180,00 – N200,000

Obong university is amongst the oldest private universities that is still cheap even till today. it Obong university is among the well known private universities in Nigeria.

Currently, the university offers the following courses: Accounting
– Marketing
– International Relations
– Business Administration
– Mass Communication
– Public Administration
– Economics
– Sociology
– Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution
– Political Science

5. Edo State University Uzairue formerly Edo University Iyamho – 178,500 –650,000
Edo State University Uzairue (formerly Edo University Iyamho), was established by the Edo University Uzairue Law (2014) and subsequently amended to Edo University Iyamho, Uzairue, (Amendment Law 2015). It was further amended as Edo University Iyamho (Amendment Law 2016). The University was accorded recognition and issued license by the National Universities Commission on 23rd March, 2016, as the 41st State owned University and 142nd University in Nigeria.

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6. Crescent University – N283,000 – N1,000,000

This is another cheap private university that was created in december 2005. The university is located at Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria and had about 24,000 students who are currently studying there. It should however be noted that Crescent University is not really a university for everyone. It was built by the Islamic Mission for Africa. Thus, it is doubtful whether the university accepts applications for students of different religions.

….Below are the courses in the institution: College of Law
– College of Arts
– Social and Management Sciences
– Environmental Sciences,
– Information and Communication Technology,
– Natural and Applied Sciences

7. Rhema University – N152,000 – N464,000

…This is one of the youngest universities in Nigeria. It was built in 2019 with the aim of equipping humanity for excellence. Rhema University was built by Living Word Ministries International as a way of contributing to the growth of education in Nigeria and other parts of the world.

Rhema University was accredited in 2019, most of the courses in the institution was also accredited.

8. Adeleke University – N273,000 – N450,000‎

Adeleke University is owned by one of the richest men in Nigeria, Chief Adeleke (who is also the father of Davido. It was built with promoting Education, Excellence And good Character amongst youth.

Below are the Faculties in Adeleke University: Faculty of Arts
– Faculty of Engineering
– Faculty of Law
– Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
– Faculty of Business and Social Sciences
– Faculty of Science

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9. Babcock University N288,000 – N560,000

Babcock University is also one of the cheapest Private Universities in Nigeria. Babcock is the only Nigerian university that was created before the Civil War. It started as the Adventist College of West Africa in 1995. Courses offered in Babcock university includes the following:

– School of Social Sciences
– School of Public & Applied Health.
– School of Science & Technology.
– School of Computing & Engineering Sciences.
– School of Management Sciences.
– College of Health & Medical Sciences.
– School of Nursing.
– School of Education and Humanities.
– School of Law & Security Studies.
– College of Post Graduate Studies.1

10. Fountain University – N341,000

Fountain University also another cheapest private in Nigeria. The University is quite conducive and affordable.

Fountain University has two colleges currently, College of Natural and Applied Sciences and the College of Management and Social Sciences. Its philosophy is the total development of men and women in an enabling environment through appropriate teaching, research and service to humanity, influenced by Islamic Ethics and Culture.



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