THE issue with the high cost of schooling at the tertiary level is huge, NOUN inclusive. But the National open University of Nigeria management always want what’s best for her students.
Some students facing the problem of school fees payment of the institution, can now smile because here’s a very easy way on how you can pay through installment.
The truth is that we all know that money is not easy to come by these days, but we have also made payment easy for students, only if they can make use of it.
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Using this podium, I’ll love to reach out to all aspirants and students, that they don’t have to wait till the semester starts before looking for the money to pay school fees. Students are advised to load their e-wallet as they have extra cash with them.
I applaud the National open University body for taking this step in ensuring that students who really wants to study and have half payments, can still sail through the hurdles.
A student that need to pay a total amount of Fifty thousand Naira (N50,000) for one semester can start saving up for it from the previous semester, and can even start by paying any amount he/she has into his/her e-wallet.
This is a very simple but effective method of saving yourself the stress when the time comes for you to pay your school fees. You can pay little by little before the semester even starts.
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Rake note that the day you have N1,000 extra cash, pay it into your e-wallet. Another day you have N1,500 extra cash, you pay into the e-wallet too, you can continue paying money into your e-wallet account and in the end, you will be surprised how much you already have in your e-wallet when the semester starts.
The major point here is for you to be pro-active and plan ahead. Don’t wait till the semester starts before “hustling” for your school fee.
We’re wishing all students, peace, love and success in their studies!
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