MSU demands full fees before enrolment

ALL students offered places to study at the Midlands State University (MSU) beginning second semester that commences on August 27 have been ordered to pay full fees by the end of this month or risk withdrawal of their offers, a statement from the tertiary institution read.


“All students who were offered places to study at Midlands State University are being advised to secure their admission by paying full fees before 31 July 2018,” MSU said in a statement.

“Students who pay their fees after the 31st of July 2018 deadline may forfeit their places to other applicants.”
MSU advised the students to pay their fees into the institution’s bank accounts or the students’ accounts sections at its various campuses.

The new students were also ordered to fork out $280 per semester for campus accommodation.

The higher learning institution said there were still vacancies in its faculties, except those of medicine, law and social work.

In February, MSU advised its international students that they would pay their fees in United States dollars beginning this year. ads Ads

Higher and Tertiary Education ministry permanent secretary Desire Sibanda said he would respond before end of day but had not done so at the time of going to print.

The university, which has an enrolment of more than 20 000 students, has foreign students from countries such as South Sudan, Namibia and Swaziland among others.

MSU was established in 1999 and in recent years implemented a multi-campus approach project, which has seen thousands of its students spread at various campuses across the country.

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  1. Nekuoma kweupenyu nemamiriro akaita upfumi hwenyika ndinoona kudzidza kwave kwevapfumi bedzi. This is a direct challenge to the Ministry of Higher education and the government policy towards education because nyaya yema fees yakanzi panoitwa payment plan and no child will be denied access to education because of fees

  2. This same university is refusing to release original transcripts for students who graduated in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014,under the government cardetship program, saying that the gvt did not pay not even a cent for these poor students… instead of following up with the ministry of higher and tertiary education, the institution is telling the graduates to follow up with the gvt themselves,,, please someone find out from the ministry whats happening.

  3. Exploitation of parrents, guadians and student, is this a Zimbabwean

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