Pan-Atlantic University (PAU) offers world-class education and a lifetime support network. Our financial aid includes scholarships, sibling discounts, work-study programmes, and more, all designed to help our students achieve their dreams and succeed in their chosen career paths.
At Pan-Atlantic University (PAU), we are deeply committed to fostering tomorrow’s leaders by providing world-class education and a lifetime network of support. Our curriculum, designed to span over four years, is a conduit to success, paving the way for our students to realise their dreams. Our community of successful alumni further extends a plethora of career opportunities, enabling you to build and nurture relationships that last a lifetime.
The Pan African University was conceptualized in 2008, as part of implementation of the Plan of Action for the Second Decade of Education for Africa, to support the revitalization of higher education in Africa, and contribute to the achievement of the vision of the African Union. In 2009, a High Level Panel of eminent African Professors was established to help in the development of operationalization instruments that were endorsed by the Conference of Ministers of Education of the African Union in November 2009. The Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union made a Dec... read more
Tuition fee aid/scholarships will be offered to 15% per cent of our students. 5% will be on virtually full scholarships while 10% will be on partial scholarships.
Financial Assistance for Siblings
On the condition that they are concurrently enrolled in PAU, the following discount rates are applicable to siblings:
Students on scholarships and others who wish to may receive further financial aid by participating in the work-study programme. Students in the work-study programme work at different jobs at the university and are paid for the number of hours of work they put in per month. They may work for a maximum of 20 hours per week.
In addition to need-based scholarships, we also offer financing options such as a parent payment plan and the opportunity to pre-pay tuition fees (subject to any increases that the University will implement later).
To be eligible for a scholarship, candidates must display evidence of high academic achievement before and during their course of study as well as a need for financial assistance.
The required scholarship documents include:
Other documents may be required if necessary.
Scan copies of relevant documents in support of your application and email them to [email protected]. while hard copies should be mailed (or delivered) to:
The Admissions Office
KM 52, Lekki-Epe Expressway
For more details, visit PAU website