Most expensive universities in Nigeria: Nigeria’s public education system is fraught with problems of incessant strike actions, dilapidating – sometimes inexistent structures, outdated curriculum, and most often uncommitted teachers and sparse facilities. Hence, it is understandable that those who can afford it, prefer to send their children, dependents, and wards to privately owned universities, where the situation is somewhat bright and much more better.
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Here are the most expensive universities in Nigeria, as compiled by TheCable Lifestyle.
Fees differ from course to course and are subject to change annually by each institution.
1. Babcock University
The Seventh Day Adventist institution has its fees ranging from N600,000 to N3,000,000.
The tuition fee is inclusive of accommodation and feeding.
2. American University of Nigeria (ABTI)
The university located in Yola, the capital of Adamawa has its fees at around N1,400,000.
ABTI is owned by Atiku Abubakar, former vice president of Nigeria.