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ANSU 2014/2015 Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure – See Here

ANSU 2014/2015 Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure

ANSU Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure for 2014/2015 Academic Session is out!

Anambra State University (ANSU), Uli wishes to announce to candidates offered admission into the University in the 2014/2015 Academic Session that they are required to indicate their acceptance of such offer by paying the Acceptance fee of Twenty-one thousand three hundred naira (N21,300.00) only at any of the University designated banks, that is, Fidelity Bank plc, Ecobank plc. and Zenith Bank plc.
This Acceptance Fee of N21, 300.00 is broken down as follows:

Acceptance Fee    :  N 20, 000.00
Processing Fee  :     N   1, 000.00
Bank Charges   :     N       300.00
Total  :                      N 21, 300.00
On payment of this sum the candidate should receive a bank teller and printout from the bank as an evidence of payment. The candidate will use the bank printout to logon to the University portal to fill the Bio-data form and register the acceptance fee, and thereafter proceed to obtain the University receipt from the Revenue Unit of Bursary Department of either Uli or Igbariam Campus of the University.
Payment of acceptance fees shall be made within one (1) month of this communication at the expiration of which such offer of admission lapses.

About ANSU

Anambra State University,(ANSU) was established by law No. 13 of 2000 by the Anambra State Government. The University was conceived a 2-Campus structure with the main campus of the University located at Uli in the former site of the Ekwenugo Okeke Polytechnic, formally called Anambra state Polytechnic and the second campus located at Igbariam in the former site of the College of Agriculture. The law establishing the University phased out the State Polytechnic and the University inherited its assets and liabilities. On the other hand, the University law failed to repeal the Edict establishing the College of Agriculture, Igbariam, hence, legally, the University and the College existed side by side at the Igbariam Campus site, until 2006 when the government relocated the College of Agriculture to Mgbakwu, about fifteen kilometers away from Igbariam.


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