The School of Educational and Development Outreach under the Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast has released the academic fees to be paid by students doing the 3,4 and 5 semester programmes in the various study centres across the country.
Students are obliged by the institute to pay at least GH¢1000.00 before they can register their various courses on the student portal in order to partake in the online lectures.
In addition to that, the remaining balance should be paid to the institute before the second semester ends. Failure to clear the balance means you will not be allowed to sit for the end-of-second semester examination in December.
Here is the total amount to be paid :
GH¢ 1,800.00 – 4/5 semester students.
GH¢ 1,800.00 — 3-Semester students (One year Top-Up)
GH¢ 30.00 for those doing Science and French courses.
Note : The GH¢ 30.00 is the practical fee charged for those students doing French and Science courses only. All those doing other courses are exempted grin this amount. This means, Science and French students are to pay GH¢ 1830.00 in total.
Students are urged to act quickly after reading this information by paying the minimum GH¢ 1000.00 or better pay all the GH¢1,800.at once.
How to pay the fees
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