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The Bursar of the Federal UniversityOye Ekiti, Mr Bashiru Oyeniyi Badmus is dead. Mr Badmus died on Wednesday 13, September 2017 in a Lagos hospital where he was rushed to, following a spontaneous coughing that engulfed him during an official proceeding.

FUOYE Bursar Mr Bashiru Oyeniyi Badmus Is Dead
FUOYE Bursar Mr Bashiru Oyeniyi Badmus Is Dead

The late Financial luminary has since been buried in his hometown offa, Kwara State according to Islamic rites.

The University Governing Council, the management, staff and students wish to register their condolences with his family, friends and well-wishers while wishing the deceased Al-Janat Firdaus.

The management also requests God to grant the family, friends and well wishes the fortitude bear this great lost.

Mr Bashiru Oyeniyi Badmus left behind wife, children, numerous relations and friends.

The management of Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo Hostel Accommodation provision for all 2017/2018 Post-UTME candidates form is on sale.

FUNAI Hostel accommodation
FUNAI Hostel accommodation

FUNAI Hostel accommodation provision form for post-utme candidates costs little sum of money, Interested applicants are urged to apply.

The Vice Chancellor I wish to inform all candidates that the Lodging charges at FUNAI hostel is hereby reviewed as follows :
  • N1000 per a bed space (down stairs)
  • N3000 per a bed space (upstairs with toiletries etc)
You can pay at the hostel counter. Beware of fraudsters hanging around the school and be well secured.

Read Full Details Below:

All Post UTME candidates coming for the 2017/2018 Post UTME interview of Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo are hereby informed that we have limited bed spaces at both our Male and Female Hostels for lodging. Interested candidates should book immediately as the bed spaces will be allotted on first come, first served basis at the rate of N3,000 (Three thousand naira per night).

FUNAI Hostel accommodation Booking Details:

Pay the sum of N3,000 into the understated account through Remita.

Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ikwo – 1000137

CBN Account Number 0310497161017
Send these details to this Phone Number 08037196647

Name, Course applied for, Sex, address, Number of days (not more than 3 days) and Phone Number.
Keep the teller and present at the hostel counter before checking in.

However on the spot payment at the hostel counter could be allowed on an emergency situation depending on the availability of bed spaces.

Any further inquiries please call these numbers: 08037196647, 08160290499, 09026423086

Thank you.

Dr. Charles Nkem Okolie
Dean, Student Affairs, FUNAI
FUDutsin-Ma Post UTME Portal opened and Application Form is out For Candidates Who Recently Changed To The Institution via JAMB.

FUDutsin-Ma
FUDutsin-Ma

Candidates who changed to Federal University Dutsin-Ma and Direct Entry (DE) candidates who chose FUDMA as first choice can access the University portal for online Post-UTME registration which will commence from Tuesday, 19th September, 2017 to Friday, 29th September, 2017.

SEE ALSO: FUDutsin-Ma Post UTME/DE Admission Screening Form - 2017/18

Candidates are advised to click here for more information on the procedure for payment of the Post-UTME Screening and registration processes, please.

Thank you.

Iliyasu R. Falalu
Academic Secretary
How To To Study Abroad, Guidelines & Requirements. This article will show you the process of applying for a study abroad program.

How To To Study Abroad
How To To Study Abroad
The journey to your study abroad dream is shortest. You only need to understand all the process involved and know exactly what to do at any given point in time.

Below are some guidelines and requirements that will help you process your study abroad program:

Guidelines To Study Abroad Program

1. GET YOUR INTERNATIONAL PASSPORT READY

Getting an International Passport is very imperative, because you will make use of it in every process you will follow, which includes using it as an ID Card during international exams you will be writing in the future.

To obtain an international passport, you will need two passport photographs of 2 by 2 inches each, which you will take to Nigerian Immigration Service for registration.

The charges ranges from N 10, 000 to N 20,000. Whatever it takes, just make sure you get your international passport ready before applying for a study abroad program.

2. CHOOSE A COURSE OF STUDY

If you have been planning to study oversea at one point in your life, you must have settled in your mind the type of course you would like to study. But, one thing you should bear in mind at this stage is, choose a course or a program you are sure of excelling in.

For those students trying to pursue a Postgraduate degree abroad, perhaps, you might want to further on your undergraduate course of study or try something new entirely.

3. EMBARK ON A SCHOOL SEARCH

To begin a school search, perhaps, the internet should be your first call. If you are unable to afford the expenses that comes with studying abroad, you can enroll for a scholarship. There are schools that gives students up to 65% to 100% scholarships depending on the availability of the scholarship and a student’s performance in the prerequisite exams.

4:.TAKE THE SAT, TOEFL, GRE OR GMAT EXAMS

Now That you have chosen a school, you need to identify the exams you need to sit for and start preparation.

For Nigerian students pursuing an undergraduate program in the United States or Canada, the West African Senior School Certificate (WASSCE) results is an essential requirement. If you have this result, you will need to sit for SAT and TOEFL.

If however you already have a degree from a Nigerian university and wishes to go for a masters degree in the US, then, you need to sit for the GRE or GMAT and then the, the TOEFL.

For those Nigerian students who choose the United Kingdom as their study destination, the SSCE or WASSCE plus a successful completion of a recognized foundation course (English Language proficiency test) is all that is needed for a bachelor degree program.

5. APPLY TO YOUR SCHOOL

If you successfully passed the above exams, the next step is to apply to the school you choose. Note that application is done online or through post office. You should also be aware that every schools has their own admission requirements. But the basic admission requirements are:
  • WAEC result,
  • TOEFL score,
  • SAT or GRE/GMAT score,
  • English Proficiency Test Result (UK students)
  • Bank statement within the last 6 months,
  • A Recommendation Letter etc.

Also, note that each school has it own deadline for application. Be sure to apply on time. The exam scores will not be sent by you but by the exam body directly to the school. That is why you will fill in the school you want to receive your scores on the exam day. When sending your WASSCE result, include a scratch card which they will use to confirm your results from WAEC website.

6. PAY THE VISA FEE AND GO FOR YOUR VISA INTERVIEW

This is the final stage in the study abroad application process. You are going to receive your admission letter and a 1-20 Form from the school you choose. What you should do next is to pay Sevis fee and commence preparation for Visa interview. The sevis fee is required by all foreign nationals who come to the United States for the purpose of pursuing a full course of study.

When you have paid both Sevis fee and Visa fees, fill the DS-160 Form online. You will need to create a User ID (Your Email) and Password. Complete all pages of the Form and print the confirmation page.

After that, you will need to take the confirmation page print-out to the US embassy. After filling the DS-160 Form, book a Visa interview date online and also print out the confirmation. You may have the option of selecting either the US embassy in Lagos or in Abuja as well as selecting the passport pick up point if you successfully obtain a Visa.

However, for Nigerian students ready to study in the UK, you should get a TIER 4 student Visa. During your online application, you are supposed to fill an application Form in English, pay the visa fee online and then print-out your Form and book an appointment at a Visa application center.

In conclusion, the process of applying for a study abroad program may be quite challenging. We advice you get a good study abroad professional or agent to guide you all through the process.
Al-Hikmah University School Fees Schedule for the 2017/2018 academic session is out. The University pride itself to be Nigeria’s lowest School fees charging Private University without discrimination on the basis of nationality, age, gender, political or religious beliefs.

Al-Hikmah University School Fees
Al-Hikmah University School Fees
Al-Hikmah University has released the SCHOOL FEES SCHEDULE for the 2017/2018 academic session. Below is the details according to the programmes available in the institution.

AL-HIKMAH UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FEES SCHEDULE

Al-Hikmah University Fresh Students School Fees

FEESNEW 100L, DE & TRANSFER BA, BA(Ed) ARABIC & ISLAMIC STUDIESNEW 100L, DE & TRANSFER OTHER BA & B.Sc, PROGRAMMESNEW 100L, DE & TRANSFER OTHER EDUCATION PROGRAMMESNEW 100L, DE & TRANSFER LAW PROGRAMMES
Tuition Fee50,000.00350,000.00150,000.00633,000.00
Acceptance Fee30,000.0030,000.0030,000.0030,000.00
E- Books / Al-hikmah Note books20,000.0020,000.0020,000.0020,000.00
Caution Fee2,000.002,000.002,000.002,000.00
College Levy1,000.001,000.001,000.001,000.00
Departmental Levy2,000.002,000.002,000.002,000.00
Development levy050,00050,00050,000
GNS/Skill Acquisition Levy1,500.001,500.001,500.001,500.00
ICT & Computing Studies20,000.0020,000.0020,000.0020,000.00
Library Levy1,000.001,000.001,000.001,000.00
Matriculation Levy1,000.001,000.001,000.001,000.00
Medical Levy5,000.005,000.005,000.005,000.00
Sports Levy1,000.001,000.001,000.001,000.00
Student I.D Card Levy2,000.002,000.002,000.002,000.00
Verification Fee1,000.001,000.001,000.001,000.00
TOTAL SCHOOL FEE (N)137,500.00487,500.00287,500.00770,500.00

ADDITIONAL FEES:

Hostel Accommodation at

  •  N100,000 for International Hostel and Private Hostels;
  • Private Hostels ranges between N80,000 and N130,000
  • N20,000 for Igbaja Campus Hostels
  • N50,000 for WAMY and others

Al-Hikmah University Returning Students School Fees

FEESRETURNING 200L,300 & 400L, BA, BA(Ed) ARABIC & ISLAMIC STUDIESRETURNING 200L,300L & 400L OTHER BA & B.Sc, PROGRAMMESRETURNING 200L,300L & 400L OTHER EDUCATION PROGRAMMESRETURNING 200L LAW PROGRAMMES
Tuition Fee50,000.00350,000.00150,000.00633,000.00
Acceptance Fee0.000.000.000.00
E- Books / Al-hikmah Note books20,000.0020,000.0020,000.0020,000.00
Caution Fee2,000.002,000.002,000.002,000.00
College Levy1,000.001,000.001,000.001,000.00
Departmental Levy2,000.002,000.002,000.002,000.00
Development levy0.000.000.000.00
GNS/Skill Acquisition Levy1,500.001,500.001,500.001,500.00
ICT & Computing Studies20,000.0020,000.0020,000.0020,000.00
Library Levy1,000.001,000.001,000.001,000.00
Matriculation Levy0.000.000.000.00
Medical Levy5,000.005,000.005,000.005,000.00
Sports Levy1,000.001,000.001,000.001,000.00
Student I.D Card Levy0.000.000.000.00
Verification Fee0.000.000.000.00
TOTAL SCHOOL FEE (N)103,500.00403,500.00203,500.00686,500.00

ADDITIONAL FEES:

Hostel Accommodation at

  • N100,000 for International Hostel and Private Hostels;
  • Private Hostels ranges between N80,000 and N130,000
  • N20,000 for Igbaja Campus Hostels
  • N50,000 for WAMY and others