Kwara State Polytechnic School Fees –
Kwara State Polytechnic is a respected polytechnic established in 1973. Considering standards, history, achievements and alumni, KWARA POLY is considered one of the best polytechnics in Nigeria. The institution is located in Ilorin and is one of the Nigerian polytechnics with a wide range of study options.
Kwara State Polytechnic is fully operated by the state, and is an accredited polytechnic of the federal republic of Nigeria. KWARA POLY courses are about twenty, and the full list of courses is included below.
Recently, the Kwara State management announced its school fees for fresh and returning students of various classes. Since the release of Kwarapoly admission list, terms like “Kwara State Polytechnic News”, “Kwarapoly portal”, “Kwara State Polytechnic news” and much more have been trending.
Kwara State Polytechnic school fees is low compared to other Nigerian polytechnics. In order to douse the curiosity of fresh students, this article mentions all Kwara State Polytechnic school fees for all types of students.
Students of KWARA POLY are expected to pay their school fees as soon as possible to ensure that exams can be done without any hitches. This is quite understandable as KWARA POLY school fees are relatively low. Indigenes of Kwara state have a big advantage as they pay the least amount of fees.
However, there is no noticeable change in Kwarapoly’s school fees from last session. Check the section below for the school fees estimates.
Kwara State Polytechnic School Fees
The values below are only estimates, and there could be very slight changes made by the school administration.
Kwara State Polytechnic School Fees for All Students
National Diploma (ND)
ND 1 Full Time
Indigene – 50,000
Non-Indigene – 70,000
ND 2 Full Time
Indigene – 38,000
Non-Indigene – 53,000
ND 1 Part Time
Indigene – 51,000
Non-Indigene – 69,500
ND 2 Year II Part Time
Indigene – 39,000
Non-Indigene – 53,800
ND 2 Year III Part Time
Indigene – 34,000
Non-Indigene – 39,000
Higher National Diploma (HND)
HND 1 Full Time
Indigene – 55,500
Non-Indigene – 75,500
HND 2 Full Time
Indigene – 43,000
Non-Indigene – 58,5000
HND 1 Part Time
Indigene – 52,000
Non-Indigene – 71,500
HND 2 Year II Part Time
Indigene – 38,000
Non-Indigene – 55,000
HND 2 Year III Part Time
Indigene – 36,200
Non-Indigene – 47,000
Kwara Poly Acceptance Fee.
The Kwara Poly acceptance fee is Seven Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N7,500.00) only.
NOTE to KWARA POLY Freshers and Returning Students
Payments for KWARA POLY school fees or any charges must be made through the school portal, not through third party agents that claim to be school officials. Kwara State Polytechnic school fees is paid once in a session, and all students are advised to make payments early.
- Arts and Design
- Civil Engineering
- Building Technology
- Electrical Electronics Engineering
- Business Admin
- Computer Science
- Library and Information Science
- Metallurgical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Foundry Engineering
- Office Technology and Management
- Mineral resources Engineering
- Public Admin
- Surveying and Geo-Informatics
- Science Laboratory Technology
- Urban and Regional Planning
Kwara State Polytechnic Portals
All of these links include Kwarapoly portals for all uses. Click on each one to be directed to the Kwarapoly portal:
- Kwarapoly Portal
- Kwarapoly Result Portal
- Kwarapoly Students Portal
- Kwarapoly Post UTME Portal
- Kwara State University Admission Portal
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
Here are frequently asked questions and answers about Kwarapoly School Fees:
The Kwara State Polytechnic acceptance fee is 7,500 naira. This fee must be paid very early as failure can lead to forfeiture of the provisional admission offer.
Here is a table of the Kwara Poly school fees for public administration. The fees are slightly different depending on the level, but ND fees are between 38,000 and 50,000 for indigenes and for non-indigenes. Refer to the top part of this article for the full fees table.
Here are some of the Kwara Poly courses that aspirants can apply for:
Electrical Electronics Engineering
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