Universities in Nigeria That Doesn’t Pay Less than N2m per Session

Baze University, Abuja

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Baze University is a private University in the Federal Capital Territory. The school is 6km from Abuja Central Area, on Jabi Airport Road Bypass Ring Road.

Baze University began in April 2011 with a Foundation class and three Faculties:

Management & Social Scences, Law, Computing & IT and there are several specialties within these Faculties.

The school pays N2m per session, which exclude accommodation and other living expenses. N500,000 will get you probably a bed space in the school  while your meals per session will cost N400,000 on an average.


Nigerian Turkish Nile University
















Nigerian Turkish Nile University is another private University in the heart of Abuja. The school is located on Plot 681, Cadastral Zone C-OO, Research & Institution Area, Jabi Airport Bypass, Abuja FCT.

The Nigerian Turkish International College started in September 1998.  The school opened with 23 students on a rented site at Cairo Street, Wuse 2, Abuja, and now the school seems to be on the list of worldly recognized institutions.

You might not be allowed into the school as a new student if your are not with your N2m Tuition fee for the session.

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