Highlights:

  • Types of Courses Enrolment
  • What Are the Functions of the Various Courses Enrolment?
  • Uses of Courses Enrolment
  • How Much is the Courses Enrolment?
  • The Nature of the Course Enrolment
  • Carry Over Issues
  • You Have Voluntarily Withdrawn Yourself from the University

Many students do not know how courses enrolment works and how much is actually paid. Some students who just entered 200 level were still charged same amount as they paid in 200 level instead of paying a reduced fee.


To Register You Courses Enrolment, Kindly Visit The A & U Ng Smart Office Or Call 08060699054


Some other students are not also aware that there are two types of courses enrolment and that they also need to do that course enrolment too. So, let us explain how the NDU course enrolment procedure for the benefit of students, parents/sponsors and guardians.

We will be brief to ensure you enjoy reading this material

Types of NDU Courses Enrolment

Currently, and as from 2020/2021 academic session, there are two types of courses enrolment. The General courses enrolment and the CBT/GST courses enrolment. There were 3 types initially and that was because the CBT and GST were different. However, at the advent of the 2010/2021 academic session, both CBT and GST were merged. Hence, if you say you want to register for CBT or GST, you are saying the same thing.

What Are the Functions of the Various NDU Courses Enrolment?

  1. General Courses Enrolment: This courses enrolment is the first/primary enrolment needed from a student. It is this one that the school authority recognizes first. This is more or less the traditional courses enrolment. This one tells the university the total amount of courses you applied for. So, even if you wrote 100 examinations, it is only the ones you registered that you will see the results online because you did not register the rest. The same thing also happens if you registered a course and failed to write it, it becomes carry over because it is showing that you registered it, meaning you are offering that course.
  2. CBT/GST Courses Enrolment: This courses enrolment is purely for examination purposes only. The University management found that scripts are missing, students are impersonating, lecturers are using exams score as a means for sex for grade. Hence the university management uses the computer-based examinations as one of the keys to bypass some of these challenges. The CBT/GST course enrolment is a process where you register with a website, telling the University management through the portal that the following list of courses which you are offering are computer based. Since not all courses are computer based, it behoves on you to identify the computer based courses and enrol them online.

Uses of NDU Courses Enrolment

  1. General Courses Enrolment: The general courses enrolment amongst others is primarily used to open faculty files. It determines your result entry. It is the number of courses you registered that the result will appear. It is used to determine your eligibility to graduate; if truly you offered all the necessary courses required of you.
  2. CBT/GST Courses Enrolment: The CBT/GST course enrolment is solely used for exam purposes only. Aside for the purpose of writing examination, there is scarcely any other place in which it is used. Hence, after registration, you must know your login username and password. You MUST also have your printout because you will present it as the only requirement to enter the CBT to write your examination. The CBT exams holds in the same centre where candidates seeking for admission writes Post UTME.

How Much is the NDU Courses Enrolment?

  1. General Courses Enrolment: The general courses enrolment cost N4,000 for 100 level students. However, returning students (200 level and above) pays N2,000. It remains like that till final year.
  2. CBT/GST Courses Enrolment: The CBT/GST courses enrolment cost N600 and N200 per a course. This means one course is N200. So, to know the total amount you will pay, ascertain the total number of courses you will register, multiply it by N200, then add N600 and café charge of N500. For instance, if you are offering 10 CBT courses, then 10 x N200 = N2,000 + N600 = N2,600. Then add café charge of N500. New total will be N3,100.

The Nature of the NDU Course Enrolment

  1. General Courses Enrolment: The general courses enrolment is registers both semesters. This means you are not going to register first semester now and second semester later, unless you are paying 70% of your school fees. Note that if you pay 70% as a returning student, you can only register first semester. But the traditional way is that you register all once and for all. The slip will carry all courses offered in first and second semester.
  2. CBT/GST Courses Enrolment: The print of the CBT/GST courses enrolment contains all the list of courses you are writing with computer. They are demarcated as first and second semester.

Carry Over Issues NDU Course Enrolment

If you have any carry over course, the course will automatically reflect in the next level courses enrolment. Many students has been asking how to register their carry over courses. This is because now new to 200 level, they are not aware that the carry over course(s) is automatically added to the new level course enrolment. In fact, the computer automatically attach your carry course(s) to the top of the list and you cannot remove it. It is automatically registered for the next session. Your own is just to add other courses and submit.

You Have Voluntarily Withdrawn Yourself from the University: What You Must Know

Whenever you see this message when you want to do your course enrolment, you should know that you failed to register your courses within the session. You are expected to register your courses before the second semester runs out. Hush! That is a lot of time. If you are then seeing that message, do not be heartbroken, just visit the A & U Ng Smart Office with N2,000 for normal course enrolment and N1,500 for late enrolment and all will be fine.

For further confusion, kindly visit the A & U Ng Smart Office or call 08060699054

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