Tuition Fees definition

Tuition Fees means a sum specified in the Offer Letter, payable by the Student to cover tuition, access to College facilities, enrolment procedures and orientation meetings, use of Information Technology facilities, exam sitting and a Kaplan award on successful completion of the Programme; and
Tuition Fees means enrolment, administration, registration and/or examination fees charged by a Recognised Institution so that the Applicant follows an MQF Level 7 or MQF Level 8 programme. Tuition Fees covered shall be those charged directly by a Recognised Institution as approved by the ENDEAVOUR Scholarships Scheme Board. Any subsequent increase in Tuition Fees cannot be claimed by the Awardee or the Recognised Institution if not included in the ULA submitted by the closing date.
Tuition Fees means tuition fees as defined in RCW 28B.15.020, services and activities fees as defined in RCW 28B.15.041, technology fees as defined in RCW 28B.15.051, and fees charged for nonstate funded, fee-based, self-supporting degree, certificate, or continuing education courses, or similar charges for nonpublic institutions. [2020 c 281 § 1; 1977 ex.s. c 18 § 1.]

Examples of Tuition Fees in a sentence

  • Used homestay fees may also include a notice period of two weeks.e) Portion of Unused Tuition Fees: The School may retain a portion of unused tuition fees.

  • Under Tuition Fees 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.

  • Tuition Fees for the Semester in which the Student withdraws cannot be refunded as the College will be unable to recoup its loss.

  • A person who is not party to the Contract (including any person who is responsible in whole or part for the Student’s Tuition Fees) shall not have any rights under or in connection with it.

  • It is the Student’s responsibility to ensure that the Tuition Fees, accommodation fees and any Additional Costs are paid in full and on time.

More Definitions of Tuition Fees

Tuition Fees means all legally required registration fees charged by the registered and accredited educational institution named in the Application Form for required courses, (and any applicable laboratory fee for participation in said courses, exclusive of any extra-curricular course fees), and any cost for the use of facilities for attending said courses. For the purpose of this definition, costs associated with room and board and/ or textbooks (whether required or not) are not covered.
Tuition Fees means the Tuition Funding per student received from Indigenous Services by the First Nation, which the First Nation pays to the Board for the purchase of education services, including any mandatory School Fees, for students in the School District at the rate set out by the Ministry of Education in its fiscal framework for a given School Year.
Tuition Fees has the meaning set out in term 3.1.1;
Tuition Fees means fees charged to cater for instruction or instructional materials.
Tuition Fees means fees and charges that a student is required to pay in order to participate in and complete a course and includes examination fees;
Tuition Fees means the fees chargeable for a student’s programme of study. University means the University of Bradford.
Tuition Fees means the agreed amount of money charged to, and paid by, a student to undertake units of study as part of a course of study at Macleay College