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School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by katty : November 13, 2015, 09:12:32 AM
School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria, nursing Tuition fees,

Hello, I am creating this thread in order for us to share school of Nursing fees in Nigeria nursing schools. The essence is to assist people who are coming into the profession through nursing schools to have a glimpse of what the tuition is like. Also, we can share that of postbasic school programs and also for universities offering nursing courses. Please and please let's be sure of the tuition before posting so as not to mislead others.

I understand that there are so many expenses after admission but let's share the basic ones in this format:

-Name of School
-Program type e.g Masters in Nursing, PhD in Nursing, BNSc, basic nursing, postbasic (specify e.g Midwifery, PON etc)
-Acceptance Fees
-School fees
-Miscellaneous or other important information that worth mentioning.

Thanks.

For a list of all schools of Nursing in Nigeria currently selling application for admission  forms for 2016/2017 check this thread

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Donodion : November 17, 2015, 02:55:14 PM
School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria

Hello, I am creating this thread in order for us to share school of Nursing fees in Nigeria nursing schools. The essence is to assist people who are coming into the profession through nursing schools to have a glimpse of what the tuition is like. Also, we can share that of postbasic school programs and also for universities offering nursing courses. Please and please let's be sure of the tuition before posting so as not to mislead others.

I understand that there are so many expenses after admission but let's share the basic ones in this format:

-Name of School
-Program type e.g Masters in Nursing, PhD in Nursing, BNSc, basic nursing, postbasic (specify e.g Midwifery, PON etc)
-Acceptance Fees
-School fees
-Miscellaneous or other important information that worth mentioning.

Thanks.

Hello although Im not in Naija but il be following.

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Idowu Olabode : November 22, 2015, 07:14:11 AM
Thanks @Katty for this nice thread, I will be making researches and updating this thread but for now here are the few I'm aware of:

Name of School: LUTH Nursing school fees
-Program type: Accident and Emergency
-Hostel Fees: #40,000
-School fees: #145,000
-Miscellaneous: #100,000 plus
This is for the 2015/2016 session that just resumed this November 2015.

Name of School: Lagos State School of Nursing, Igando fees
-Program type: Basic Nursing
-Acceptance Fees: Don't know
-School fees: #230,000
-Miscellaneous : Don't know

Name of School: LAUTECH Part Time Nursing fees
-Program type: BNSc
-Acceptance Fees:#20,000
-School fees:#80,000
-Miscellaneous:  #40,000 and above (estimate)

Name of School : Kebbi State School of Nursing and Midwifery fees
Application form: #3,000 for basic and #5,000 for postbasic applicants
Tuition: Indigenes #30,000 Non Indigenes #70,000

Name of School: Sokoto State College of Nursing and Midwifery fees
Tuition : #28,000 for indigenes and #91,000 for Non Indigenes (For basic students) for Postbasic students (#53,000 for Indigenes and #122,000 for non indigenes.

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Donodion : November 22, 2015, 07:37:28 AM

Thanks @Katty for this nice thread, I will be making researches and updating this thread but for now here are the few I'm aware of:

Name of School: LUTH
-Program type: Accident and Emergency
-Hostel Fees: #40,000
-School fees: #145,000
-Miscellaneous: #100,000 plus
This is for the 2015/2016 session that just resumed this November 2015.

Name of School: Lagos State School of Nursing, Igando
-Program type: Basic Nursing
-Acceptance Fees: Don't know
-School fees: #230,000
-Miscellaneous : Don't know

Name of School: LAUTECH Part Time
-Program type: BNSc
-Acceptance Fees:#20,000
-School fees:#80,000
-Miscellaneous:  #40,000 and above (estimate)

Mr Bode,

Excellent enquiries and thanks a great deal.

please I need clarification, the program basic nursing, is that a diploma program towards Enrolled Nurse or Auxiliary Nursing in Naija? or what precisely?

Also what is the duration?

finally I'd like to know the duration of study towards becoming a RN at Nursing college in Nigeria.

In Zambia its 3 years straight from year 1.

in South Africa, they have implemented a new system starting from 2017.

1. Enrolled Nurse  EN( Staff nurse)= 3 years
2. Registered Nurse RN = 4 years Bsc University but meaning no more Auxiliary .

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Idowu Olabode : November 22, 2015, 10:54:24 AM

Mr Bode,

Excellent enquiries and thanks a great deal.

please I need clarification, the program basic nursing, is that a diploma program towards Enrolled Nurse or Auxiliary Nursing in Naija? or what precisely?

Also what is the duration?

finally I'd like to know the duration of study towards becoming a RN at Nursing college in Nigeria.

In Zambia its 3 years straight from year 1.

in South Africa, they have implemented a new system starting from 2017.

1. Enrolled Nurse  EN( Staff nurse)= 3 years
2. Registered Nurse RN = 4 years Bsc University but meaning no more Auxiliary .

Thanks for the compliment Mr (or Mrs not sure which to address you with) Donodion, Nigeria has almost 100 nursing schools, postbasic nursing schools and universities so there is still a lot of work to be done to ensure that at least 80% of  the schools are posted on this thread.

To your questions I think I need to give you a brief intro about Nursing education in Nigeria.

In Nigeria the term "auxiliary nurse" means a primary(basic) or secondary school(high school) dropout that undergoes hand on training in a private hospital or clinic. The training periods usually range from 6months to 3years. They are not recognized in Nigeria and its even illegal. The law  permits private hospitals to train those who will assist them in carrying out basic functions such as issuing cards, sweep floors etc but due to weak regulatory framework and implementation of existing laws private hospitals go beyond their limits and train "auxiliary nurses"  otherwise known as quacks.

Back to Nursing education, in Nigeria we only have a single tier for nurses which is RN unlike Zambia, SA, USA, Australia, Canada and others that have 2 or 3 tiers or categories. A secondary school leaver with 5 O level credits in Sciences and English and mathematics can decide to go through the University system or nursing school if he or she is interested in pursuing a career in the nursing field.

If nursing school is the option chosen, s/he will spend 3yrs and at the end sit for an external exam conducted by Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria in order to become a REGISTERED NURSE. S/he will be issued a diploma or certificate of training. After this the newly qualified nurse can proceed to the University and spend additional 4years to earn bachelor degree in Nursing. Alternatively, s/he can choose to specialize by going to a postbasic nursing school which is usually between 1-2years depending on the field of specialization.

On the other hand if University option is the option chosen by the secondary school graduate, s/he will undergo 5years of study and within the 5yrs sit for external exams of nursing and midwifery Council of Nigeria and west Africa health examination board. At graduation, the University trained nurse is already a Registered Nurse, Registered Midwife and Registered Public Health Nurse with a bachelor degree in Nursing. If the nurse Wants to specialize in another field, he or she goes to postbasic schools just like I explained above.

Note that the professional exams written by nursing school students and their University counterparts is THE SAME hence they are both registered as REGISTERED NURSES in the same register. The term basic nursing is usually applied to nurses who had their initial nursing education in the 3yrs nursing schools

Hope that answers your questions?

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Donodion : November 22, 2015, 11:13:17 AM

Mr Bode,

Excellent enquiries and thanks a great deal.

please I need clarification, the program basic nursing, is that a diploma program towards Enrolled Nurse or Auxiliary Nursing in Naija? or what precisely?

Also what is the duration?

finally I'd like to know the duration of study towards becoming a RN at Nursing college in Nigeria.

In Zambia its 3 years straight from year 1.

in South Africa, they have implemented a new system starting from 2017.

1. Enrolled Nurse  EN( Staff nurse)= 3 years
2. Registered Nurse RN = 4 years Bsc University but meaning no more Auxiliary .

Thanks for the compliment Mr (or Mrs not sure which to address you with) Donodion, Nigeria has almost 100 nursing schools, postbasic nursing schools and universities so there is still a lot of work to be done to ensure that at least 80% of  the schools are posted on this thread.

To your questions I think I need to give you a brief intro about Nursing education in Nigeria.

In Nigeria the term "auxiliary nurse" means a primary(basic) or secondary school(high school) dropout that undergoes hand on training in a private hospital or clinic. The training periods usually range from 6months to 3years. They are not recognized in Nigeria and its even illegal. The law  permits private hospitals to train those who will assist them in carrying out basic functions such as issuing cards, sweep floors etc but due to weak regulatory framework and implementation of existing laws private hospitals go beyond their limits and train "auxiliary nurses"  otherwise known as quacks.

Back to Nursing education, in Nigeria we only have a single tier for nurses which is RN unlike Zambia, SA, USA, Australia, Canada and others that have 2 or 3 tiers or categories. A secondary school leaver with 5 O level credits in Sciences and English and mathematics can decide to go through the University system or nursing school if he or she is interested in pursuing a career in the nursing field.

If nursing school is the option chosen, s/he will spend 3yrs and at the end sit for an external exam conducted by Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria in order to become a REGISTERED NURSE. S/he will be issued a diploma or certificate of training. After this the newly qualified nurse can proceed to the University and spend additional 4years to earn bachelor degree in Nursing. Alternatively, s/he can choose to specialize by going to a postbasic nursing school which is usually between 1-2years depending on the field of specialization.

On the other hand if University option is the option chosen by the secondary school graduate, s/he will undergo 5years of study and within the 5yrs sit for external exams of nursing and midwifery Council of Nigeria and west Africa health examination board. At graduation, the University trained nurse is already a Registered Nurse, Registered Midwife and Registered Public Health Nurse with a bachelor degree in Nursing. If the nurse Wants to specialize in another field, he or she goes to postbasic schools just like I explained above.

Note that the professional exams written by nursing school students and their University counterparts is THE SAME hence they are both registered as REGISTERED NURSES in the same register. The term basic nursing is usually applied to nurses who had their initial nursing education in the 3yrs nursing schools

Hope that answers your questions?

Excellent response and succinctly put.

Amongst the nursing colleges and Universities for nursing education, can you kindly rate for me in terms of excellent training and affordability first 5 institutions?

I apologise to the thread owner, but I've 2 candidates I'm hopeful to sponsor one in Ibadan and the other Lagos.

oh I am a Mr. please.


kind regards

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Idowu Olabode : November 23, 2015, 10:14:08 AM
Most universities offering nursing in Nigeria are good because of the strict enforcement of standards by both regulatory agencies-NUC and NMCN. When we talk about affordability, Federal universities come easily to one's mind. Ibadan, Ife, Nsuka, BUK and Ilorin and Lagos (both Ilorin and Unilag started not quite long and haven't produced their first set) Mr Donodion.

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by dotman : January 31, 2016, 02:28:25 PM
Nice thread here is for College of Nursing Kwara fees

FRESHERS POST BASIC NURSING: School Fees (Kwara
Indigenes) #89,300.00

FRESHERS POST BASIC NURSING: School Fees (Non-Kwara
Indigenes) # 104,300.00

First semester RETURNEES: School Fees (Kwara Indigenes) # 59,800.00

First semester RETURNEES FIRST SEMESTER: School Fees (Non-Kwara Indigenes) # 74,800.00

Second semester RETURNEES: Second Semester School Fees (Kwara Indigenes) # 51,800.00

Second semester RETURNEES SECOND SEMESTER: School Fees(Non-Kwara Indigenes ) # 66,800.00

Source : http://www.kwscnmil.com.ng/school-fees/

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Idowu Olabode : March 19, 2016, 12:52:42 PM
From my recent findings(figures might not be accurate but they are close to it as my findings are from multiple sources)

1.School of nursing ado ekiti school school fees #260,000

2. Osun state school of nursing school fees  #150,000

3. School of Psychiatric Nursing, Aro Abeokuta fees (post basic nursing) #234,000

4. School of Nursing, Oyo State fees #176,000 for Indigenes and #196,000 for non Indigenes

5. OAUTHC school of Nursing Ile ife fees is not less than #250,000

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by soj I Motunrayo : May 05, 2016, 10:30:04 PM
From my recent findings(figures might not be accurate but they are close to it as my findings are from multiple sources)

1.School of nursing ado ekiti school school fees #260,000

2. Osun state school of nursing school fees  #150,000

3. School of Psychiatric Nursing, Aro Abeokuta fees (post basic nursing) #234,000

4. School of Nursing, Oyo State fees #176,000 for Indigenes and #196,000 for non Indigenes

5. OAUTHC school of Nursing Ile ife fees is not less than #250,000

Re: please what about koggi by soj I Motunrayo : May 05, 2016, 10:38:27 PM
From my recent findings(figures might not be accurate but they are close to it as my findings are from multiple sources)

1.School of nursing ado ekiti school school fees #260,000

2. Osun state school of nursing school fees  #150,000

3. School of Psychiatric Nursing, Aro Abeokuta fees (post basic nursing) #234,000

4. School of Nursing, Oyo State fees #176,000 for Indigenes and #196,000 for non Indigenes

5. OAUTHC school of Nursing Ile ife fees is not less than #250,000

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Asogba Omobolanle : September 27, 2016, 11:42:02 AM
Please,I need information on school of nursing Zaria,all details including the fees. Thanks

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Segeddy : October 21, 2016, 03:38:11 PM
Am a nursing student in a private school but will be going for adaptation with a school of nursing by next year.  Pls which school of nursing can I choose that the fee is not muchy

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by adebukola : February 15, 2017, 10:24:33 PM
Pls can anyone tell me details on UCH Ibadan currently tuition fees and the oauth and ilorin too ASAP..tnx in advance

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by queen : April 05, 2017, 12:55:10 AM
pls what is the price of school of nursing in imo

Re: School of Nursing Fees ini Nigeria by Mbianyor Rita Oben : June 03, 2017, 11:40:42 AM
I like ur page.pls which certificate is given at the end of post basic.I don't know about nursing in Nigeria but I desire to further my studies in Nigeria with a Bsc degree in nursing .I don't know which program to go in for and I don't know which school offers master's program and qualification of entry.pls just help me with any information that will be helpful.thanks

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Jibril Haruna : June 03, 2017, 12:01:28 PM
School of Nursing ABUTH Zaria
Form -7000
Tuition fee-40000
Miscellaneous 50009
School fee/year 40000

Re: School of Nursing Fees in Nigeria by Adeyemo Moses : June 12, 2017, 08:42:41 AM
School of Nursing Federal Teaching Hospital Ido Ekiti, Ekiti State
For Set 2014

Admission form (now) : #9,500
Scratch card : #1,000
Acceptance fee(now) : #20,000
Tuition fees: #120,000
Accommodation : #50,000
Development levy: # 30,000
Maintenance : #15,000
Miscellaneous : #135,000


I think we pay the highest in this country.

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