Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH) School Fees Schedule for 2020/2021

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Lagos is the centre of excellence not only because of the commercial activities that take place in the state, not just the number of people living in the state, but the number and quality of tertiary institutions it possesses.

You must have heard of LASU, UNILAG, LASPOTECH, National Open University of Nigeria, and Pan-African University. They all reside in the state.

However, our focus for today is strictly on the Lagos State Polytechnic popularly known as Laspotech. History Laspotech is a state-owned Polytechnic which was created in 1978.

As at that time, the tertiary institution was known as the Lagos State College of Science and Technology. The Lagos State Polytechnic began lectures in less than a year after its establishment but could only boast of 287 students during its first year.

The Lagos State college of Science and Technology (as it was formerly called) had just five departments in the first year of its existence. These departments include Management and Business Studies, Basic Studies, Insurance, Secretarial Studies, and Accountancy and Finance.

After ten years of its existence, the institution had a change of name as it was renamed The Lagos State Polytechnic (Laspotech) in 1988 by the then-governor of the state Brigadier General Raji Rasaki.

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Having moved from one developmental stage to another, LASPOTECH currently has over 50,000 students and more than 800 teaching staffs. It has three campuses, which are located in Isolo, Surulere and Ikosi.

School or College

Having started with just five departments, Laspotech now has Seven Colleges (29 courses) for OND students, and Six Colleges for HND students. The Colleges for both OND and HND students include the following:

  1. School or College of Agriculture
  2. School or College Of Management And Business Studies
  3. School or college of Environmental Studies
  4. School or College of Technology
  5. School or College of Communication And Liberal Studies
  6. School or College of Pure And Applied Science
  7. School or college of Engineering Technology.

Cut-off Mark For Admission Seekers

For every student who wants to be a full-time student of the university, you’re advised to pass your UTME exam in flying colors because the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) have all it takes to give you admission into Laspotech.

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In fact, aspiring students will be admitted into the institution by Jamb officials depending on you their SSCE and UTME results. In the same vein, the tertiary institutions can equally offer admissions to qualified students because every official or higher-level staff has a slot for any experienced candidate of his choice.

Quality Academic Services

LASPOTECH isn’t just located in the centre of excellence; they have an excellent academy schedule that gives students the chance to be engaged in extracurricular activities without causing any harm to their academic career.

The school is known for its active participation in the country’s annual Polytechnic games as it gives students the opportunity to be engaged in Athletics, Gymnastics, Football and other sporting activities.

Laspotech’s mission is to produce highly skilled individuals to the labour market (commerce and industry), and the school has been doing that right from day one of its existence.

Laspotech School Fees 2020/2021

Fee Description ND1 ND 2 ND Repeater
Acceptance Fee N15,000 NIL NIL
School Fee N20,950 N17,450 N9,450


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Fee Description HND1 Diplomate HND1 Non-Diplomate HND 2 HND Repeater
Acceptance Fee N15,000 N15,000 NIL NIL
School Fee N28,000 N30,500 N27,500 N19,500

As a state-owned tertiary institution, you should know that the school is slightly going to be higher than the federal government-owned universities.

Nonetheless, LASPOTECH school fee is affordable. Student from an average background won’t find it difficult to be enrolled at the institution.

Meanwhile, below is the list of the amount you are expected to pay as a ND 1, ND2, HND1 or HND2 student:

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