As students face slim chances of admission in the 2016 Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination, parents are looking forward to providing an alternative means of admission which is the private university.
Private universities are known to offer admission for candidates who are qualified enough without having to sit for any exam apart from the screening test that will be conducted by the school.
According to the National University Commission (NUC) website, there are above 50 registered private universities in Nigeria.
ENCOMIUM Weekly brings you some of the private tertiary institutions in Nigeria and their tuition fees. Accommodation, feeding and other necessities attract extra charges.
Achievers University N420,000
Adeleke University N350,000
Afe Babalola University N925,000 – N1,275,000
Ajayi Crowder University N500,000
American University of Nigeria N1,378,500
Babcock University N620,000 – N3 million
Benson Idahosa N500,000
Bowen University N500,000 – N750,000
Caleb University N505,000
Covenant University N432,000
Crawford University N440,000 – N495,000
Crescent University N480,000
Igbinedion University N540,000 – N820,000
Joseph Ayo Babalola N436,000
Lead City University N550,000
Movena University N400,000
Obong University Nigeria N190,000
Oduduwa University N164,000
Rhema University N325,000
Veritas University N450,000