Cost of Education

The IDMANN Institute provides world-class PRACTICAL education to motivated students seeking to develop lasting careers. Students in Nigeria have to compare the training at IDMANN Institute with degrees from four-year colleges that cost several times as much and almost certainly will not provide the kind of hands-on training needed to get (or create) a job.

The training is also much more career-focused and tangible than most graduate programs (diploma or masters degrees) offered in the country that do not produce any tangible impact on the competence of the graduates. The intent is to ensure that IDMANN Institute remains a WORLD-CLASS developer of human capital that prepares students to operate in ANY economy, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME. Most of all, they are prepared to create jobs for themselves and possibly others. This is how real economies develop.

This kind of training costs money and students must appreciate the cost of the undertaking and the potential benefits. Most of the courses taken at the Institute shall be taught by renowned international faculty who will provide a first-class pedagogical experience for the students but may also have to be paid in foreign exchange since many will be based abroad. IDMANN Institute is going to compete with the top schools around the world for top tutorial talent.

As a result, the tuition shall be indexed to the credit unit system. A unit course credit at the IDMANN Institute shall be priced at a fixed amount depending on the program and year of study in question. Fees may be revised occasionally. Students should consult the Admissions Office for specifics on fees.  A typical program should run about two years (with one year in CGS). Depending on the specific course, there may be additional fees (lab fees, etc.) that may be charged, but the tuition shall be charged based on the course unit system. A unit credit may cost between N5000 and N15,000, depending on the course, and this value shall be adjusted annually based on foreign exchange risk and inflation pressures. This is especially important given that many of the instructors are international.

Every effort will be made to ensure that the cost of education remains affordable by managing exchange  risk exposure. However, students will be expected to view their education as the investment it is meant to be rather than the rite of passage it has become.This is a critical differentiator for the Institute.