After the President of the Republic revealed that tertiary students could finally go to their various campuses, students had started making preparations for the continuation of their courses.
One paramount factor in going back to school, as usual, is the urgency in gathering the needed funds in furtherance of one’s respective programme of study.
Information reaching our news desk depicts that, students of the University of Ghana (UG), Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) and others would have to brace-up for increases in their school fees for the 2020/2021 academic year.
This is because management of the nation’s premier university, for instance, has announced between 12% and 13% rise in tuition fees. The latest decision by the university appears to be already causing some disquiet among students with many lamenting it could burden them, especially at a time the nation is yet to recover from the socio-economic impacts of Covid-19.