Did you know that most people don’t know the real luth nursing school fees in 2021?
This is due to the regurgitated old information on the web. I have decided to write a short and precise post on this topic.
In case you find any errors or blunders in my write-up, I am always open to suggestions and comments.
How Much is LUTH Nursing School Fees 2021?
Lagos university teaching hospital’s nursing school fees are 145,000 naira.
This is different from other fees you are to pay in the school. You can only pay your school fee if you have been admitted and completed your acceptance fee payment.
Other LUTH School of Nursing Expenses
Just like every other nursing school in Nigeria, you will still spend some money apart from your school fees in the Lagos University Teaching Hospital.
Listed below are some of the fees you will be required to pay.
1. Acceptance fee: After you have been offered admission, the next thing is to pay your acceptance fee before the deadline given. The acceptance fee is twenty thousand (20,000) naira only.
2. Uniform, ID card, logbooks, and badges: The total expense for these items is 20,000 naira. You will collect them after paying. Don’t try to sow your uniform somewhere because it won’t be accepted.
3. Accommodation fee: The university teaching hospital has a hostel for her students. Living in the school hostel is compulsory and the hostel fee is 40,000 naira only.
4. Verification: This costs only five thousand (5000) naira. It is also compulsory.
5. First aid course: This course is compulsory for all students; be it nursing, pharmacy, dentistry, etc. It costs 10k naira only.
Take note that the list is more than this and these fees are non-refundable.
Is LUTH form still out?
The admission form for the 2021/2022 academic session is not yet out. When it is released, we will update this article with the necessary information on the form.
LUTH tuition fee for the nursing school is estimated to be around 230,000 naira (all fees included).
It is not a must to go to this school, it’s not cheap considering the economic situation of Nigerians.
If you know you or your parents can’t afford it, find cheaper schools of nursing in Nigeria and apply. You can even decide to study nursing at the university (although it will differ from that of nursing schools).
If you haven’t been admitted or still an aspirant just have it in mind that LUTH is one of the most competitive nursing schools in Nigeria at the time of writing this article.
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