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Latest Development: Public Universities 2019/2020 Academic Fees, All you need to know

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The 2019/2020 Academic year for Public Universities in Ghana has been meet with several bruises following the uproar and uncertainties among University Authorities and the students body due to the subtle nature on the part of Parliament to fast-track the fees approval process.
Whiles the Universities looked forward for an increment in academic and residential fees for the past 3 years, students on the other hand felt indifferent.
Over this same period, efforts by the Universities to get Parliament approve proposed academic tuition fees has proved futile. This the Universities say is worrying considering the surge in physical development among other things which has enhanced academic environment.
With barely weeks for the reopening of schools, notably University of Ghana, Legon which is scheduled to reopen on the 14th of August, students remain skeptical about the yet to be approved fees but however hypercitigh.com gathers that students have been directed to pay the 2018/2019 academic year fees pending parliamentary approval.
Latest Update.
Hypercitigh.com monitored meeting between UG GRASAG President, Chris Atadika and Vice Chancellor Prof Ebenezer Oduro Owusu reveals that Parliament has yesterday, approved a 5% increment of the 2016/2017 Academic year fees (both Academic and Residential) for all public Universities in Ghana.
The increment is to take effect 21 days from yesterday, August 8. That is to say the 2019/2020 Academic year tuition fees will be subjected to a 5% increment of the 2016/ 2017 academic year tuition fees.
However University management of any of the public Universities are yet to release an official communique to that effect.
The monitored meeting by hypercitigh.com was sanctioned by the UG GRASAG President, Chris Atadika.
Stick and Stay with hypercitigh.com for more updates on this story.
Source: Hypercitigh.com |KNUST

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