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The Oke Ogun Polytechnic Saki School Fees

The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic Courses

Here are some of the courses offered at the polytechnic:

Animal Health and Production Technology

Local Government Studies

Horticultural Technology

Soil Science and Technology

Public Administration

Production Technology


Transportation Planning and Management

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A Brief Overview

The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki, popularly known as TOPS, is a government managed and funded institution of higher learning situated in the Southwest, Saki, Oyo State to be precise.

The Polytechnic, Ibadan’s Saki Campus was upgraded to The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki, in July 2014.

The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic comprises of over 7,000 students and 400 lecturers. The polytechnic has earned a reputation due to its disciplined staff and committed management.

The polytechnic’s environment is conducive for learning and school fees are also affordable. The Oke Ogun Polytechnic also offers good road network, well-equipped library, stable power supply, and a host of others.

The polytechnic has the following twelve departments:

Estate Management and Valuation

Quantity Surveying


Agricultural Technology

Urban and Regional Planning


Banking and Finance

Agricultural and Bio-Environmental Engineering/Technology

Science Laboratory Technology

Building Technology

Public Administration

Architectural Technology

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The Oke Ogun Polytechnic Saki School Fees

Here is a breakdown of TOP’s tuition fees for the 2020/2021 academic session


Indigenes: N31,600 (60%) + N21,067 (40%)= N52,667

Non-Indigenes: N34,600 (60%) + N23,067 (40%) = N57,667.

DNP 1:

Indigenes: N33,200 (60%) + N22,131 (40%) = N55,331

Non-Indigenes: N36,200 (60%) + N24,131 (40%) = N60,331

DNP 2:

Indigenes: N31,742 (60%) + N21,310 (40%) = N52,902

Non-Indigenes: N34,742 (60%) + N23,310 (40%) = N57,902

ND 1 (Full Time)

Indigenes: N26,900 (60%) + N17,933 (40%) = N44,833

Non-Indigenes: N29,900 (60%) + N19,933 (40%) = N49,833

ND 2 (Full Time)

Indigenes: N23,237 (60%) + N15,492 (40%) = N38,729

Non-Indigenes: N26,237 (60%) + N17,492 (40%) = N43,729

HND 1 (Full Time)

Indigenes: N30,765 (60%) + N20,519 (40%) = N51,288

Non-Indigenes: N33,765 (60%) + N22,519 (40%) = N56,288

HND 2 (Full Time)

Indigenes: N27,173 (60%) + N18,120 (40%) = N45,293

Non-Indigenes: N30,173 (60%) + N20,120 (40%) = N50,293

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