Hello friend! Are you looking for the University of Port-Harcourt UNIPORT acceptance fee for the 2023/2024 academic session? If so, then I am happy to tell you that here on TEEZAB, I will tell you everything you need to know about the UNIPORT Acceptance Fee.
University of Port-Harcourt Acceptance Fee 2023/2024
As a first-year student / fresher, you must pay an acceptance fee to the institution whether it is a university or a polytechnic, or even college to indicate that you have accepted the admission you have been offered.
If you are accepted into the University of Port-Harcourt (UNIPORT), you will be required to pay an acceptance fee before any other fees. This fee has a deadline, and if you do not meet it, you may lose your admission.
So, the question now is: How much is the UNIPORT acceptance fee for the 2023/2024 academic session?
How Much is UNIPORT Acceptance Fee for the 2023/2024 Academic Session
This is to inform admitted candidates that the University of Port-Harcourt UNIPORT, has released the acceptance fee for the 2023/2024 academic session for both UTME and Direct Entry Candidates.
The University of Port-Harcourt (UNIPORT) acceptance fee for the 2023/2024 academic session is thirty thousand naira (₦30,000).
How to Pay UNIPORT Acceptance Fees 2023
To pay the UNIPORT acceptance fee, all you need to do is;
- Log in to the University of Port-Harcourt Portal
- There, check your admission status
- If your admission status is updated, that is, you have been offered admission. You will be provided with a link to pay your acceptance fee.
- Click on the link and proceed to pay your acceptance
Note: You must pay the acceptance fee before the deadline, which is usually two weeks after the day you are offered admission. Failure to pay it before the deadline may result in the loss of your admission.
Frequently Asked Question About UNIPORT
Does UNIPORT accept second choice?
The University of Port Harcourt does not offer admission to candidates who choose UNIPORT as their second choice institution. Admission into the school is strictly for students who made the institution their first choice during JAMB registration.
Is UNIPORT federal or state?
Founded in 1975, University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) is a second-generation Federal University located in the Niger-Delta region of Nigeria with over 50,000 students and a strong focus in Petroleum Engineering.
What is the next step after paying acceptance fee?
No doubt, After accepting your Admission on JAMB CAPS and printing out your JAMB and School admission letter, the school usually asks you to pay the ACCEPTANCE FEE. Then you’re required to go to school (at a later date or immediately) to present all your credentials for screening and documentation.
How many faculties are in UNIPORT?
The university now has twelve faculties.
Is UNIPORT a good school to study?
“Not only are we good academically, we are the best sports school in Nigeria, we’ve won the Nigeria University Games (NUGA) 5 times consecutively, we’ve also won the West African University Games (WUGA) 3 times consecutively. Our students are representing everywhere.” – said by a student of the University of Port-Harcourt UNIPORT
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