Account Details

  • Bank: Zenith Bank plc
  • Account Name: Nigerian Turkish Nile University
  • Account Number: 1013429101

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To apply for admission to one of our degree programs, meet the following criteria.

  • For the Professional Education program, your native language is not English and you did not attend four full years of high school with English-language instruction you need to show clear ability to understand communicate in English.
  • Be in good academic and financial standing with University, with no disciplinary or administrative procedures pending. The CELL Department will consider your disciplinary record at Nigerian Turkish Nile University in making admissions decisions.
  • Be in good financial standing—that is, be able to submit official transcripts—with other schools attended.


  • Admissions advisors are available to help you as you progress through your three admissions courses at CELL Department and complete your application for admission. They can offer guidance and highlight resources that can help you balance commitments while you strive to reach your academic goals.


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Full payment of tuition and fees is required at the time of registration.  Online payment by credit or debit card is preferred. If the payment information you submit is incomplete or if payments are nonnegotiable, you will not be registered in your course(s).

We accept the following forms of payment. We do not offer an installment or deferred payment plan.


Credit or Debit Card

Cell Department accepts MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover. If the credit card information you submit is incomplete or if the credit card payment is declined, you are not registered in your course(s). To avoid a delay in the registration process, you should use a credit or debit card without a daily charge or transaction limit and enter the billing address exactly as it appears on your credit card statement.

CELL Department is not responsible for fluctuations in international exchange rates or interest charges due to the timing of credit or debit card charges or refunds.

The CELL Department does accept cash payments.


Student Account Billing

As a student, you have an account that includes individual charges and credits for each term. Charges include tuition and other fees, such as registration, program fees, as applicable. If you have an outstanding balance from a prior term, any payment is applied first to the oldest charges on your account.

If you register online, you receive a registration and payment confirmation by e-mail. If additional charges are applied to your account at a later date, an e-mail notification is sent to you stating that you have a balance due. The balance is due within 10 days of the date on the e-mail notification.

Stopping Payment on Checks or Credit Cards

Stopping payment on checks or credit cards is not a valid method of dropping or withdrawing from your courses. If you stop payment on a check or credit card without following CELL Department policies and procedures for dropping or withdrawing from your courses, you are responsible for all tuition and fees posted to your student account


Your account is considered past due if charges are not paid in full within 10 days of the date on your first e-mail notification showing a balance due. If your account is past due, you are notified by e-mail and offered an opportunity to complete your payment. If your account remains past due, you may be removed from your classes, and you remain responsible for all unpaid tuition and fees. You continue to receive e-mail notifications of a balance due until your balance is paid in full.

You are not eligible to register for any classes at the CELL Department, or to receive an official certificate, until your account is paid in full.

Returned Check Policy

  • If your check is returned unpaid by your bank for insufficient funds, stopped payment, or account closure, CELL Department notifies you and allows you 10 days to make full payment by bank check, or money order.
  • If full payment is not received within 10 days, you are removed from your course(s).
  • You are responsible for all tuition and fees on your account.
  • If your check is returned unpaid by your bank, for one year, you may only use bank checks or money orders as methods of payment to CELL Department.
  • If you stop payment on a check, you are no longer eligible to pay by check.

Invalid Credit Cards and Credit Card Charge-back

  • If you request a credit card charge-back or attempt to pay with an invalid card, you are removed from your course(s) immediately.
  • If you use a credit card without the cardholder’s knowledge or permission, you are removed from your course(s) immediately, and you may face prosecution.
  • If you use another credit card and the cardholder requests a credit card charge-back, you are removed from your courses immediately.
  • You are responsible for all tuition and fees on your account.




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