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Bayero University Kano officially increased its Undergraduate School Fess from…



The Senate of Bayero University, Kano at its 405th meeting held on Monday 19th, 2023 has approved an increase in Central registration fees, and administrative and hostel maintenance charges for undergraduate and postgraduate students.


The fee hike at Bayero University Kano draws attention to the accessibility of higher education for students from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds.

Bayero University Kano, a prestigious institution in Nigeria, recently announced a significant increase in undergraduate tuition fees, provoking a heated debate surrounding the accessibility of quality education. The new fee structure, ranging between N95,000 and N220,000, has raised concerns about the potential impact on students from lower-income families and the broader implications for educational equity.

The decision aims to uphold academic standards and enhance the overall learning experience for students. However, critics argue that the increase may hinder the accessibility of higher education for deserving students.

The fee hike directly affects aspiring students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds, who may now find it increasingly challenging to pursue a university education. This development could potentially result in a diminished pool of talented individuals seeking admission due to financial constraints. Such barriers to education can perpetuate socioeconomic disparities and impede social mobility, hindering national progress in the long run.

The accessibility of higher education is vital for societal development, as it serves as a pathway to empowerment and economic growth. Restricting opportunities for students from lower-income families may exacerbate existing inequalities and limit the potential for these individuals to contribute positively to their communities and the nation as a whole.

Below is a snapshot of the tuition fee hike at the Bayero University of Kano.

Bayero University Kano new school fees.

Bernard Bassey is a graduate of Software Engineering from AfriHUB University, Abuja. He is an expert in field journalism, his interest in socio-politics activities is keen.

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