Rusangu University Fees Structure 2023/2024
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Tuition Fees are what students pay for the cost of the courses they learn at the university. The Rusangu University Fees is structured to cover the Rusangu University Tuition Fees and other Academic bills and services offered in the school. The Rusangu University Intake and all associated fees are required to be paid into the University’s rightful account.
If you are a continuing student, you can check your Outstanding Fees online by accessing the Rusangu University Student Portal or better still visit the Accounts Department for all information you may need on your current fees status.
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About Rusangu University
Rusangu University is situated on the Rusangu Mission land, and it is about 16 kilometers from Monze town off the Lusaka – Livingstone highway. Rusangu Mission is about 200 kilometers south of Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia, in the Southern Province. Other institutions existing on the same land are the South Zambia Conference, the Rusangu Rural Health Centre, the Rusangu Basic School and the Rusangu Secondary School. Rusangu University was established in May 2003 and is currently the largest Seventh-day Adventist institution of higher learning in the Southern Africa Indian Ocean Division (SID) with a total enrolment of 4,474 students as of September 2020.1
The University is registered by the Higher Education Authority (HEA) of Zambia and is accredited by the worldwide Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges, and Universities (AAA) and other professional accrediting institutions such as the Health Professions Council of Zambia (HPCZ), the General Nursing Council of Zambia (GNC), and the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), among others. Rusangu University was among the first Christian universities to be registered as a private university under the University Act No. 11 of 1999 by the Ministry of Education, Government of the Republic of Zambia. Currently, the University is registered under the Higher Education Act No. 4 of 2013. As of the 2022 academic year, the University has seven schools, each administered by a dean, offering a number of undergraduate and postgraduate programs.
School of Business
In the School of Business, we believe that business training is a vital part of our worldwide mission, and that Christian business graduates become agents of positive change for the community, church and continent. The degrees in Accounting, Human Resource Management and Computer & Management Information Systems open many career opportunities for young men and women in the Church and in the global business. As faithful custodians of assets entrusted in their care, students train for a life of service through business professionalism integrated with Christian values for the transformation of Africa.
School of Education
The School of Education operates within the framework of the Seventh-day Adventist philosophy which promotes a harmonious development of the physical, mental, spiritual and social powers. The goal of Adventist education is to prepare students for the joy of service in this world and in the world to come. The school educates and trains teachers who will go out into the world to provide Christian service. Our students are adequately prepared to integrate theory and practice.
School of Health Sciences
The Rusangu University School of Health Sciences is an integral component of its parent institution and, therefore, is committed to the teachings and the values of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The School of Health Sciences conducts its academic affairs in accordance with the University’s aims and policies, the standards of the academic community and of the nursing, biomedical and environmental health professions. Its philosophy and mission focus on education, scientific inquiry and service within the scope of nursing and environmental knowledge and practice.
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences is guided by the philosophy and conviction that the questioning mind, creative and imaginative thinking as well as dedicated discipline and sense of duty best reflect and characterize successful and progressive educational systems of process. The School also reflects the conviction that humanistic disciplines are civil society’s driving engine, the key to its creativity, diversity, imagination, and hence its spontaneity, human rights, democratic values, tolerance, pluralism, and good governance as well as academic freedom and liberty.
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Scientific enquiry is a search to discover God’s creative work at both the micro and macro levels. The goal is to train youth to be independent thinkers and not mere reflectors of the instructor’s thoughts. (E.G. White: Education). The School of Science and Technology firmly believes that coherence of the principles of science and technology, the logical consistencies thereof, the power and versatility of these, point to the One who is omnipotent, omniscient, the only true and wise God, the Creator of the universe. “Studied in the true spirit of ‘thirsting for true knowledge, science and technology point the scholar to the science of all wisdom, power and indeed the beginning of all knowledge.” (E.G. White: Education).
School of Theology and Religious Studies
The School of Theology and Religious Studies’ philosophy of education is Christ-centered for He is revealed in the Holy Scriptures as creator, sustainer of the heavens and the earth, and the ultimate source of knowledge and wisdom. True education restores God’s image through the total development of the individual spiritually, mentally, physically and socially, preparing the individual for responsible service on earth and for the kingdom of God. Excellence in theological and religious thinking and the role of religion and the conscience of human society are emphasized.
SCHOOL OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
Refining the scholar’s analytical and problem-solving skills as a prelude to a life of further study, independent research is a primary goal of graduate study. The ultimate aim of graduate study at Rusangu University is to produce a scholar who is able to create independent, original and excellent research. At the end of the student’s period of study, they would have acquired the requisite skills to contribute to the body of knowledge and share their research findings in both written and oral presentations.
Tabulation of the Rusangu University Fees 2023/2024
Below are all the Rusangu University Fees for the 2023/2024 Academic year.
The following policies and procedures are applicable to all students who officially register for programmes at Rusangu University. The Institute reserves the right to change School Fees without prior notice to the student. However, fee changes are subject to approval by the Governing Council.
Here is the Regular Students fee regime of the Rusangu University 2023/2024.
Rusangu University School Fee Schedule
RUSANGU UNIVERSITY TUITION AND FEES
- The rate for tuition fees per credit hour is K270, for both Lusaka and Main campuses. The normal load is calculated at 12 credits. Credits done in excess of the normal load will be upon management approval and availability of funds.
- The university sells meals at the cafeteria at K10 per meal off the counter to students and staff/faculty who want.
BREAKDOWN OF GENERAL FEES
Internet – K150
Student Association – K100
Development – K300
General Labs/Field trips – K150
Exams – K200
Total General Fees – K900.
- A quality Identity card shall be paid for once at K50 in a study period only by new students. Students who misplace their identity cards shall be liable to pay a replacement fee of K150 per card.
- It is required that students pay for the school fees in full per quarter in one instalment. In case of financial challenges, a student may be allowed to pay 70% of the required fees by registration time and 30% (balance) before examination time.
- Late registration shall attract a K65 cash payment per day and it is not negotiable.
- Remedial English classes shall be charged per credit hour for foreign students in liaison with the dean of the school.
- Outstanding accounts shall be settled in full before examination time.
- Foreign students shall meet all the student permit costs as per immigration rates.
- The practicum fee shall be K1,600 per practicum by both local and foreign nursing students
- The indexing fee shall be paid once in the study program at K260 and K455 respectively by local and foreign nursing and environmental health students
- Teaching practice and industrial attachment fee shall be at K1,000 only by senior students
- Graduation fees shall be announced to and payable before graduation by senior students in each graduation year.
MODE OF PAYMENT
STRICLY All fees will be deposited directly into ZANACO Bank Bill Muster Platform using the Rusangu University online student management system. Direct Debit Credit and Clearing (DDACC) transactions or bank transfers are not allowed on the bill muster platform.
ADJUSTMENT OF FEES
Rusangu University through the University Council reserves the right to adjust tuition and fees from time to time.
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