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UDUS School Fees 2023/2024: Academic Season

UDUS School Fees 2023/2024

The Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto (UDUS) has released its school fees schedule for the 2023/2024 academic session. The fees are as follows:

FacultyOld StudentsReturning StudentsTotal
Basic Medical Sciences50,00037,50087,500
Business Administration45,00033,75078,750
Environmental Studies40,00030,00070,000
Social Sciences40,00030,00070,000

Please note that these are just the basic school fees. There may be additional fees for accommodation, transportation, and other expenses.

How to Pay Your UDUS School Fees

There are a few different ways to pay your UDUS school fees. You can pay online, at the bank, or through a mobile money platform.

To pay online:

  1. Go to the UDUS website and click on the “Student Portal” tab.
  2. Enter your student ID number and password.
  3. Click on the “Fees” tab.
  4. Select the semester you want to pay for and click on the “Pay” button.
  5. Enter your credit card or bank account information and click on the “Submit” button.

To pay at the bank:

  1. Go to any branch of the bank that is listed on the UDUS website.
  2. Tell the teller that you want to pay your UDUS school fees.
  3. Give the teller your student ID number.
  4. Pay the amount of the fees.

To pay through a mobile money platform:

  1. Dial the code for your mobile money platform (e.g., *123# for M-Pesa).
  2. Enter the UDUS school fees payment option.
  3. Enter your student ID number.
  4. Enter the amount of the fees.
  5. Enter your PIN and press the “Send” button.

Payment Deadlines

The deadline for paying UDUS school fees is usually in the first week of the semester. However, it is always best to check with the university to make sure you are aware of the latest deadlines.

Financial Aid

UDUS offers a variety of financial aid options to help students afford their education. These options include scholarships, grants, bursaries, and loans.

For more information about UDUS school fees and financial aid, please visit the university’s website or contact the Bursary Department.

I hope this blog post has been helpful. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Additional Information

  • The UDUS school fees are subject to change without notice.
  • The university reserves the right to withhold transcripts and diplomas from students who have not paid their school fees in full.
  • Students who are unable to pay their school fees should contact the Bursary Department to discuss payment options.

Please note that I am not affiliated with UDUS and this blog post should not be considered official university policy.

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