Pan-Atlantic University School Fees Schedule for 2022/2023 Session. We will also show you how to pay the school fees. That’s not all, we will give you information on the university’s scholarship/financial aid.
We are pleased to inform all students (both aspirants) of Pan Atlantic University (PAU) that the management of the institution has published the fees below as the tuition for the 2022/2023 Academic Session.
Pan-Atlantic University School Fees Schedule
Tuition Fees Per Student for 2022/2023 Academic Session
Accounting, Business Administration, and Economics
Information Science and Media Studies
Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical/Electronical Engineering
Fee Payment Structure
Students who have been admitted via Direct Entry are to pay the same amount as their classmates
- An acceptance fee of ₦250,000 to be paid on admission. This non-refundable sum will form part of the first semester’s fees. This is applicable to first year students and students who have just been admitted via Direct Entry
- Tuition fee is payable in two equal instalments before the beginning of each semester.
Pan-Atlantic University Scholarship.
To be eligible for a scholarship, candidates must display evidence of high academic achievement before and during their course of study as well as a need for financial aid.
Tuition fee aid/scholarships will be offered to 15% percent of admitted students. 5% will be on full scholarships while 10% will be on partial scholarship.
Financial Assistance for Siblings.
On the condition that they are concurrently enrolled in PAU, the following discount rates are applicable to
1st Child: full tuition fee
2nd Child: 10% discount on full tuition fee
3rd Child: 50% discount on full tuition fee
4th Child: 98% discount on full tuition fee
Students on scholarships and others who wish to may receive further financial aid by participating in the
work-study programme. Students on the work-study programme work at different jobs in the University and
are paid for the number of hours of work they put in per month. They may work for a maximum of 20 hours
How to Pay Pan-Atlantic University School Fees.
You can either pay using paydirect (bank branch) or quickteller.
Pay Tuition Fees Using Paydirect (bank branch).
STEP 1: Parent/guardian/student goes to a bank branch to pay tuition fees and other levies to Pan-Atlantic University with cash.
N:B– Please note that for cheque payments, it is advisable to visit the bank branch upon which the cheque is drawn (i.e. payee bank)
STEP 2: Parent/guardian/student fills deposit slip, enter the Student’s name on the depositor’s slip and his Invoice Number (quoted on the invoice sent to the student e.g SAJ/2016/0000) and amount you want to pay.
N:B- Please ensure the invoice number is in uppercase. Invoice numbers can be fetched from the Parent and/or Student portal on sims.pau.edu.ng or from the automated email sent to the students.
TELLER PROCESSES AND ISSUES RECEIPT
STEP 3: Collect an e-receipt for reference from the teller
N:B- Please note that your transaction is incomplete without your ereceipt so ensure you collect it before leaving the bank.
Pay School Fees Using Quick Teller.
STEP 1: Go to quickteller.com and search for PAN-Atlantic University
STEP 2: Enter your ward’s invoice number, your email, phone number (Not Compulsory) and Amount you want to pay. N:B– Amount must be greater than zero otherwise an error message “Amount is not Valid” will be displayed. Please ensure the invoice number is in uppercase. Invoice numbers can be fetched from the Parent and/or Student portal on sims.pau.edu.ng or from the automated email sent to the students.
STEP 3: Ensure all fields have been correctly filled and click Continue.
STEP 4: Please ensure form has been completed with Customer Name, Amount and Convenience fee displayed. Then click on Pay.
STEP 5: After entering the Card Number, Month, Year and CVC as shown below, please click Pay. If the payment is successful, you will get the message “transaction successful”.
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