26th Rated University in Nigeria, Babcock Raises Tuition to N3 million

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According to the National Universities Commission, Babcock is the 26th rated university in the country. However the school must feel like #1 judging by the school fees which were recently reviewed upwards by the Seventh Day Adventist management.

Studying medicine at Babcock university will cost you N18 million over the 6 sessions.

An accounting degree costs N6million over 4 years in tuition alone, whilst lawyers pay N2 million per session.

Some parents who have wards in the institution are wondering if it isn’t high way robbery, others are left guessing WWJD? Pay the exorbitant fees or move their wards to public schools with higher rankings.

 

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  1. @Dii_tonn says

    Damn… Are they gon build hospitals for dem once they graduate?? And in a country where u have countless graduates roaming the streets. Throughout ma study in Uniben (4yrs) i didn’t pay upto #100k in tuition. And to think the school is owned by a church, guess this jes goes to show how scanty heaven’ll be.

  2. Oludare Olayinka says

    Lol. Seventh day adventist don broke. I no fit laff I beg. Nonsense.

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