Fee & Scholarship
BNU is a non-profit educational institution and our tuition fee covers the cost of the extraordinary opportunity that a BNU education provides within and beyond the classroom. We offer multiple scholarship options to our bright and deserving students; including Merit based scholarship, financial assistance via BNU Student Fund, and Madanjeet Singh Art Scholarships. Other than this, School of Education (SE) gives a 50% tuition fee-waiver to its students while fee structure of the evening programs of School of Computer & Information Technology (SCIT) is kept fairly reasonable in order to facilitate students.
Fee Policy & Details
Given below is BNU's Fee Policy that contains the terms and conditions and arrangements for paying fees, refunds and administrative charges. All prospective students are advised to read and understand this policy before accepting a place at the University.
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Note: Students are advised to pay their dues as per the schedule announced by their respective school/department. If the student fails to pay the fee on time, his/her name may be struck off the rolls of the university.
Scholarship & Financial Assistance
BNU strives to provide accessible and affordable education to all the diverse sections of the society. To achieve this goal, a number of merit and need-based scholarships (financial assistance) are provided to deserving candidates.
For New Admissions:
Students who have attained 80% or above marks in their FA/FSc. examination or the students with two A Grades in the CGE A-level examination will be eligible for a scholarship of 25% of the prescribed tuition fee which will continue if the recipient maintains a CGPA of 3.5 in all subsequent semesters.
Students with 90% marks in FA/FSc or three A Grades in A-level examination are eligible for 50% scholarship on the prescribed tuition fee.
For Existing Students:
Students who attain a CGPA of 3.5 or higher by taking by full workload (as prescribed by their school/department) at the end of each semester are entitled to the following merit scholarship which may continue if the recipient maintains the required CGPA by taking full workload (as prescribed by his/her school/institute) in all subsequent semesters:
Financial Assistance (Need-based Scholarship)
For New Admissions:
Students will have to apply for financial assistance to the Registrar office on the prescribed form along with required documents. Scholarships equal to 25%, 50% or 75% of tuition fee may be granted for one academic year after checking the proven need due to financial hardship on the recommendation of the Scholarship Committee.
For Existing Students:
A scholarship award would initially be granted for one academic year which would be renewable provided the student maintained a CGPA of 2.5 at the undergraduate level and 3.00 at the postgraduate level.
Madanjeet Singh Art Scholarships
The South Asia Foundation awards the Madanjeet Singh Art Scholarships to talented students from South Asia. Sixteen students from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are fully funded and are part of the BNU family.
- For applying for scholarship, students can collect the scholarship form from Registrar Office.
- No student will be provided scholarship if he/she does not complete full workload for a semester as prescribed by the School/Institute for the postgraduate, graduate and for undergraduate degree program.
- Since scholarships offered at BNU subject to funding and availability, the University reserves the right to amend its scholarship policy without prior notification.
- The University reserves the right to withdraw, terminate or suspend any scholarship on disciplinary grounds or in case of academic failure.
- Scholars will be required to assist the University with its marketing and publicity activities as appropriate.
Friends of BNU
BNU is grateful for the support from benefactors and donors, and the following Friends of BNU for providing scholarships for our students:
- M/s Karvan Publishers
- M/s Aliel Jewellers
- Madanjeet Singh Trust and South Asia Foundation
- M/s Sang-e-Meel Publishers
- Zavia Trust, London
- Zohra and ZZ Ahmed Foundation
- Mausammary Lawn
- Mrs Nighat Ali, LGS
- Maqbool Academy
- Packages Ltd
- Mrs. Nasreen Mahmud Kasuri
- Mr. Nooruddin Zahid
- Mrs Salima Hashmi
- Mr. Omar Qaiser – New York
- Prof. Dr. Masoom A. Haider - Toronto
- Prof. Dr. Mansoor A. Haider - Raleigh-Durham
- Prof. Dr. Ziauddin Sardar -London
- Dr. Mazahir Najfi, FRCS - Hamilton
- Architect Mukhtar Khalil - Chicago
- Pakistan Education Endowment Fund (PEEF)