While its location has only helped its popularity in the northern part of the country, its fast academic calendar and standard learning culture have made the university one of the most sort after state institutions in Northern Nigeria. The institution has drawn well-deserved praise from all over the country for its academic standard and overall learning culture.
Here, you will find details of fees paid by students at the Federal College of Education, Kano.
- Pre-NCE Vocational Education: N17, 250
- Pre-NCE Sciences: N16, 050
- Pre-NCE Arts & Social Sciences: N15, 450
- NCE 100 Level Sciences Vocational Education: 16, 200
- NCE 100 Level Arts & Language Education: N17, 500
- NCE 200 Level Sciences Vocational Education: N13, 600
- NCE 200 Level Arts and Languages Education: N13, 100
- NCE 300 Level Sciences Vocational Education: N17, 500
- NCE 300 Level Arts and Languages Education: N17, 000
- ED Fresh 100 and 200 Level Science and Vocational Education: N31, 500
- ED Fresh 100 and 200 Level Arts and Language Education: N30, 500
- ED Fresh 200 and 300 Level Science and Vocational Education: N27, 600
- ED Fresh 200 and 300 Level Arts and Language Education: N25, 500
- ED 400 Level Sciences and Vocational Education: N30, 000
- ED 400 Level Arts and Language Education: N27, 300
For newly admitted students, it should be noted that the acceptance fee is the first fee that is expected to be paid, even before the actual school fees. The acceptance fee is paid only once; for subsequent years, students are expected to pay only tuition fees. The acceptance fee serves as evidence of recognition of the provisional admission from Joint Admission Matriculation Board and non-payment means refutation or forfeiture of the admission for that academic session. Students are expected to pay tuition fees on time as this could mean missing examinations or tests.