Fees Structure For Undergraduate, Diploma, Certificate & Postgraduate Programmes For University of Nairobi

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Below is the fee structure for selected few courses

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These are government-sponsored students admitted through Joint Admission Board. They pay directly for the following; however, students are advised to have Kshs 9,000 and Kshs18, 000 to cater for books and catering respectively per year.

Item Cost (Kshs.)
Tuition 16,000.00
Computer Laboratory 3,000.00
Caution money 2,000.00
Examination 3,000.00
Medical 2,000.00
Activity 1,000.00
Registration 500.00
Student I/D 500.00
Student Union 1,000.00

 

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Students must take note of the following when making payments:

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  •  All fees and other charges are payable before the commencement of the semester/year as per the respective fees structure.
  •  No student shall be allowed into lectures, examinations rooms or participate in any activities where the fee for the semester/ year is not fully paid.
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The revenue accounts:

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No

Account No. Account Title

Currency

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Bank

1

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2032770838

UON Module 1 Collection Account KSH ABSA

2

2032771362

UON Module 11 Collection Account KSH ABSA

3

2032770625

UON MODULE II – USD A/C  USD ABSA

4

1177475707

 UON- APPLICATIONS Account KSH KCB

 

 

Procedure:

Please note: The University of Nairobi does not accept personal cheques or cash payments.

1.  Electronic transfer/direct cash deposit at any ABSA bank branch countrywide

Bank:  ABSA 

Bank Title:  UON Module II Collection Account

Account Number:  2032771362

Currency: KSH

Bank branch: ABSA PLAZA

 

 

2. Mpesa payments:

M-Pesa Pay Bill;

  • The Business Number is 300059
  • The Account Number is your “Student Registration Number” (or “Admission Ref Number” for new student)

 

 

3. Credit/debit card payments:

When paying fees at the bank new students MUST quote “Our Ref. number” on the offer letter and continuing students MUST quote the registration number.

 

 

International students paying in United States Dollars(USD) shall make  payment in the following account details electronically or direct deposit:

Bank: ABSA 

Bank Name: UON MODULE II – USD ACCOUNT

Account Number: 2032770625

Bank branch: ABSA PLAZA

Bank code: 03

Branch code: 20

Swift code: BARCKENX

Currency: USD

 

  • All cash deposits to our bank account will reflect on the students’ fees statements after 48 hours of deposit done. The updated students’ fees statement will be viewed by the students on the students’ portal online portal (http://smis.uonbi.ac.ke/).

 

 

 

  • New students shall get their Students Registration number allocated upon payment of Semester fees as per the respective fee structure by logging into the students’ online portal (http://smis.uonbi.ac.ke/) and entering the Application Ref. number as it appears in the offer letter on the bottom of the portal home page as advised.

 

 

  • Ensure that the correct amount is paid for the courses/units you intend to register during the semester. No student shall be able to confirm courses/units not paid for. Any credit balance accruing during the semester/year of study shall be carried forward.

 

  • Funds from sponsors such as Higher Education loans Board (HELB, National Government constituencies Development Fund (NGCDF), County Government Bursaries and others, shall  be updated to the student account upon the receipt of the payment and beneficiaries schedules.

 

 

 

 

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