Tuition Fee definition

Tuition Fee means the basic tuition fee applicable to specific programmes and shall include auxiliary fees which are for required instruction but shall exclude any other fees such as international student differential fees, co-op fees, and student union fees.
Tuition Fee means the fee payable to INSEAD in relation to the Participant’s participation in the Programme
Tuition Fee means the fees received by the College either directly or indirectly for tuition for your Course. This fee is expressly stated in the student’s Letter of Offer.

Examples of Tuition Fee in a sentence

  • Any Tuition Fee Loan you borrow will be paid directly to your university or college.

  • We take pleasure in offering you, on behalf of the Nanyang Technological University (NTU); a tuition fee loan (the Loan) of up to the maximum allowed under the prevailing Tuition Fee Loan Scheme for your course of study (including repeat and Honours year, if any) in School of or such other amount as may be determined by NTU.

  • Once the Tuition Fee Loan (The Loan) is granted by any participating bank (“the Bank”), the Borrower shall not make any application for Tuition Fee Loan to any other operating bank during the duration of the course of study.

  • Tuition fees will be charged in accordance with Appendix 2 of our Tuition Fee Policy.

  • Under Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) Scheme of AICTE, seats up to maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available in all institutions approved by AICTE.


More Definitions of Tuition Fee

Tuition Fee means only the basic tuition fee applicable to specific credit courses.
Tuition Fee means the fees received by the College for tuition for your Course.
Tuition Fee means the fee that is payable for participation on a Course.
Tuition Fee means enrolment, administration, registration, and / or examination fees charged by a HEI (including a University) so that the Applicant follows an eligible course. Tuition Fees covered shall be those charged directly by a HEI (including a University) as approved by the MGSS Board. Any subsequent increase in tuition fees cannot be claimed by the Awardee or the HEI (including the University) if not included in the ULA submitted by the closing date. Tuition Fees shall be paid only upon presentation of an original invoice and original receipt. If the invoice is issued by a University’s representative in Malta, the invoice shall clearly state separately the tuition fee and commission (if any). The MGSS Board shall pay for such tuition fees and bench fees ONLY. Please refer also to Unconditional Letter of Acceptance definition below.
Tuition Fee means a sum charged for instruction at the Overseas Studying Institution for required courses, including any applicable laboratory fee and any cost for the use of facilities for attending said courses, but excluding any costs of text books, room and board. Valuables mean articles of gold, silver or other precious metal, jewellery, furs, precious or semi-precious gems, stamp, coin and /or medal collections and works of art. War means war whether declared or not, any warlike activities, including use of military force by any sovereign nation to achieve economic, geographic, nationalistic, political, racial, religious or other ends.