UPSA School Fees Structure for 2020/2021 Academic Year

The University of Professional Studies Accra, UPSA School Fees Schedule for 2020/2021 Academic Session has been scheduled. Fees Schedule, UPSA school Fee 2020/2021.


This is to inform all the undergraduate, postgraduate and diploma students of the University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA) that the management of the institution has released the fees structure for the 2020/2021 academic year.

The UPSA School Fees has been published below on

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UPSA Fees Schedule

The University of Professional Studies has established that fees will be paid by students as set out in the fees schedule published before the beginning of a new academic year.

The approved fees normally comprise academic facility user fees, residential facility and miscellaneous charges.

The fees policy in part provides as follows:

  • Fees are not subject to increment once enrolled in an academic programme as a student.
  • Fees charged per academic year are supposed to be paid by two instalments i.e.  50% at the beginning of the first semester and the remaining 50% at the start of the second semester. Full payment (100%) is, however, accepted if the student can afford.
  • A student rusticated or suspended or withdrawn or dismissed under a University policy or procedure is not entitled to a refund as specified in the students’ handbook.

NOTE: As at the time of this publication, the University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA) has not yet uploaded the school fees schedule for the 2020/2021 academic year online. Prospective and returning students should see this as a guide. However, when the school fees are made available, this page will be updated to that effect.

The fees schedule is available as follows:–

Click here (.PDF) to download a printable copy of the UPSA School Fees to your Computer or Mobile in Portable Document Format (.PDF).



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