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FUNAAB Admission Acceptance Fee 2016/2017 Payment Details

Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, FUNAAB acceptance fee amount and payment details for the 2016/2017 academic session have been released. NGScholars is using this medium to inform all newly-admitted students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta about the details of their admission acceptance.

Having released the FUNAAB admission list for 2016/2017 session, the management expects candidates to accept offer of admission by paying the non-refundable acceptance fee. This is to tell the management that you are interested in taking up the admission slot. The details of payment is as follows.

FUNAAB Admission Acceptance Fee

How Much Is FUNAAB Acceptance Fee?

The acceptance fee amount for the 2016/2017 academic session is N30,000 (Thirty Thousand Naira Only). That is how much you pay whether you choose online method or Bank payment. This is in addition to N750 (Seven hundred and fifty) as transaction fees.

How To Pay FUNAAB Acceptance Fees

Payment can be done both online and offline (cash payment to bank). However, you do need to generate invoice for payment if you are going to the Bank to pay.

To pay your acceptance fee in the Bank, click here to go to UNAAB acceptance fee page. When you get to the page, enter your JAMB UTME registration number and click proceed. That will take you to generate acceptance fee payment invoice. Print it out and take to the Bank.

New FUNAAB Resumption date for freshers and returning students will also be released. You may want to know as soon as it is announced. Stay with us on NGScholars for that.

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