Hey fresher! Wondering how and where fees are paid at Methodist University? Kuulpeeps MUCG got you covered, just follow through carefully.
Prudential bank is officially the only bank designated for fee collection at Methodist University. Fees can be received from any of its branches across Ghana.
If you’re unable to pay at home, you can make payment at Prudential bank right on campus. You pay to any other bank apart from Prudential bank at your own detriment!!!
You can also pay your fees either in full or in bits. However, if you decide to pay in bits, the payment plan spelled out from the school is to pay 60% at the beginning of the semester, 80% before the mid-semester exams and a 100% before the end of semester exams.
All you need to do is, grab a pay-in slip from the Prudential Bank on campus to pay your fees, or pay to any of the Prudential bank branches across the country to the school’s account number and it’ll reflect in the school’s system.
For foreign students, you can pay at any Prudential bank located in your country or you can as well pay here in Ghana. Ensure to get proof of payment from the bank. All receipts must be submitted at the cash office on campus.
For freshers, you need to pay an initial required amount of 700.00 cedis or the cedi equivalent for foreign students as commitment fee or to vouchsafe your enrolment into Methodist University and complete the rest of the payment as soon as possible.
Kuul Fresher! This is basically what is required. We’ll definitely keep you posted on any happenings in relation to this subject.