Regent University College of Science and Technology 2017/2018 Fees schedule

By | July 20, 2017

Regent University College of Science and Technology 2017/2018 Fees schedule

The Regent University College of Science and Technology 2017/2018 Fees schedule are detailed below. All students are to make it a point to settle their fees within the stipulated time period.

Tuition Fees

Tuition and other academic-related fees at Regent University College of science and technology are comparatively affordable. A flexible fee payment plan is available as follows:

  • 60% of the full fees on admission
  • 40% by middle of Semester

The fees per program is as follows:

GHANAIAN STUDENTS

Freshers

Continuing Students

Regular School Weekend School Regular School Weekend School
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP
BSc. Accounting with Information Systems  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00
BSc. Banking and Finance  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00
Bachelor of Business Administration (E-Commerce)  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00
BSc. Economics with Computing  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00
BSc. Management with Computing
Options:
Marketing Management  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00
Human Resource Management  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
BSc. Psychology and Human Development  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00
Bachelor of Theology with Management  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00  GHS 1,950.00  GHS 1,300.00
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, COMPUTING & ALLIED SCIENCES
BSc. Computer Science  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00
BSc. Information Systems Sciences  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00
BSc. Instructional Technology  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00
B.Eng. Applied Electronics and Systems Engineering
Options:
Telecommunications  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00
Instrumentation  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00
Computer Engineering  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00  GHS 2,190.00  GHS 1,460.00
 NOTE: Freshers will pay an additional GHS220.00 as one-time Admission Fee.

 

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Freshers

Continuing Students

Regular School Weekend School Regular School Weekend School
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP
BSc. Accounting with Information Systems  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00
BSc. Banking and Finance  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00
Bachelor of Business Administration (E-Commerce)  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00
BSc. Economics with Computing  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00
BSc. Management with Computing
Options:
Marketing Management  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00
Human Resource Management  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
BSc. Psychology and Human Development  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00
Bachelor of Theology with Management  $ 1,100..00  $ 734.00  $ 1,100.00  $ 734.00
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING, COMPUTING & ALLIED SCIENCES
BSc. Computer Science  $1,300.00  $ 867.00  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00
BSc. Information Systems Sciences  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00
BSc. Instructional Technology  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00
B.Eng. Applied Electronics and Systems Engineering
Options:
Telecommunications  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00
Instrumentation  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00
Computer Engineering  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00  $ 1,300.00  $ 867.00

Regent University Fees for International Students

It is announced for the information of all current and prospective international students that the University has offered scholarship to all international students and hence Tuition Fees per semester for international students has been heavily subsidised to counteract the adverse effect of rising foreign exchange rates:
 
School of Business and Leadership:                                                US$1,100.00
Faculty of Arts and Sciences:                                                              US$1,100.00
Faculty of Engineering, Computing and Allied Sciences:            US$1,300.00
 

Fee Payment Modalities for Regent University College International Students

Management of the University is introducing a fee payment modality that will permit international students to make payments in the Ghanaian local currency (i.e. cedi (GHS)) in equivalence to the United States dollar (USD) a student is supposed to pay.
Caveat:
a.       This arrangement does not preclude the traditional payment in USD if an international student still finds it relatively more convenient to pay in USD.
b.      Students are strongly advised to use the bank account details set out in item two (2) below.
 
1)     REGENT GOING EXCHANGE RATE
The University shall determine a GHS-USD exchange rate for all such payments. This rate shall be revised weekly, and the basis for determination will be an average selling rate from three (3) of the University’s main bankers (namely, Ecobank, The Royal Bank and UBA) plus a margin to absorb any foreign exchange exposure.
The Finance department is authorized to compute the rate and communicate to all international students accordingly. The rate as set by the University must not fall outside the open market rate.
 
2)     BANK ACCOUNT NUMBERS
International Students are to make payments into the following account:
Account Details:
Account Name: Regent University College of Science and Technology
Bank: The Royal Bank
 
Account Number: 0410111156542
Currency: GHS
Branch: Graphic Road, Accra
 
3)     GUIDE AGAINST EXCHANGE RATE EXPOSURE: The Finance Office will make very frequent reviews and accordingly adjust the University’s GHS-USD exchange rates to reflect the prevailing market GHS-USD exchange rate. A margin to absorb any forex exposures would be added so that the budgeted USD revenue will be very minimally affected.
 
4)     FAQs
a. Who does this new payment arrangement apply to?
Answer: To all Regent University College international students.
b. Which exchange rate will be applicable? The transferring bank’s rate or Regent’s rate?
Answer: Regent University College’s indicated GHS-USD exchange rate.
c. Can a Student pay in multiple currencies in the same semester or trimester?
Answer: Yes. The total payment must be equivalent to fees applicable in USD.
 d. Should the international student seek prior clarification from the University before making payments in cedis?
Answer: Yes, the Finance Office will advise the student on the prevailing exchange rate set by the University.
 e. Will the payment transfer receipt from the bank be enough evidence to credit the student’s account?
Answer: Yes, after revenue related to the receipt is recognized in the University’s bank account. Payments in process shall not be deemed as “received” by the Finance Office.
 f. In the event of the cedi appreciating against the dollar just after payment has been effected, can the student cancel payment and re-pay in dollars?
Answer: No, if the payment has been captured by the Finance Office, payments reversals will not be made on the ground that a post-transaction exchange rate has been announced by the transferring bank. If payment has not yet hit the University’s accounts, it will be the prerogative of the transferring bank to decide on any payment processing reversal and adjustment.
g. Can payment be made to any Royal Bank branch in Ghana?
Answer: Yes, and into the stipulated Royal Bank account number detailed in item two (2) above.                              
h. Will late payment penalty charges apply in this arrangement?
Answer: Yes. International students are strongly advised to contact the Finance office for the prevailing forex rate set by the University and effect payments within the time frame stipulated by the University for various payments.
i. What benefit(s) will this new arrangement accrue to the international student?
Answer: International students who hail from countries whose regimes place restrictions on local currency exchanges to the USD and/or its international transfers can conveniently buy the Ghanaian cedi at Ghana local banks to effect fees and other payments.
j. Does this arrangement apply to any particular international student from any specific country?
Answer: No. It does apply to all international students who have to make payments in convertible currencies.
 
If you have any enquiries, kindly contact the Accounts Office:
email: accounts@regent.edu.gh
Mob: +233 540177798
This takes effect from the 2017/2018 academic year.