The Management of the University of Cape Coast is calling on all admitted in-service/DBE teachers to calm down nerves as the institute has made provisions for the payment of admission fees. Students can now make half payment of the amount supposed to be paid.
This decision by the university saw light after a group of admitted DBE Holders petitioned the university about the exorbitant amount to be paid within a short period of time.
The university has therefore provided a payment relief to students. Candidates are expected to pay an amount of GH₵1000 out of the GH₵2000 that was supposed to be paid instantly before the previously given deadline.
Students will make the remaining payment be made by 30th November 2020 to enable you to participate in the face-to-face session, quizzes and examinations at the study Centre
The message from the institute which was cited by Listengh.net embeds the underneath message:
Dear applicant, You are permitted to make a part-payment of GHC 1000.00 of your fees for the UCC 3-Semester B.Ed. (Post-Diploma) Sandwich Programmes to enable you to register your courses. FULL payment of the fees should be made by 30th November 2020 to enable you to participate in the face-to-face session, quizzes and examinations at the study centre.