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    National Film and Television Institute fees

    By | September 14, 2020
    NAFTI Fees

    Below is the official National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) fees structure schedule to be paid by each student respectively for the 2021/2022 academic session.

    NAFTI FEES STRUCTURE 2021/2022

    NATIONAL FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE
    SCHEDULE  OF  APPROVED  FEES  FOR  2021/2022  ACADEMIC  YEAR
     PROGRAMME SESSIONSTATUSLOCAL STUDENTS  GH¢INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS          US$
    2021/20222021/2022
     UNDERGRADUATE REGULARLevel 1003,279.505,810.00
    Level 2003,383.756,370.00
    Level 3004,207.507,420.00
    Level 4004,442.507,820.00
     CERTIFICATE WEEKENDAll3,024.503,000.00
     DIPLOMA (PART 1) WEEKENDAll3,024.503,000.00
     TOP -UP  DIPLOMA EVENINGAll3,300.003,000.00
     (PART 2)
     12 DAYS SHORT COURSE WEEKDAYAll937.50937.50
     OPTIONAL COSTS/ EXPENSES & ALLOWANCES :
     DESCRIPTIONREGULAR DEGREE  TOP-UP DEGREE CERTIFICATE/ DIPLOMA PROGRAMME SHORT COURSE      INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS  
    GH¢GH¢GH¢GH¢       US$
     HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION2,670.002,670.001,496.00480.002,405.00
     FOOD (LUNCH ONLY EXCLU.  PUBLIC  HOLIDAY & WEEK-END OPTIONAL)2,250.002,250.001,125.00312.50900.00
     FOOD (BREAKFAST & DINNER                                          INCLU. WEEK-END)4,500.004,500.002,250.0075.001,800.00
     BOOK ALLOWANCE (OPTIONAL)625.00625.00250.00500.00
     POCKET ALLOWANCE  (OPTIONAL)3,000.003,000.001,500.00187.502,400.00
    NATIONAL FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE (NAFTI)
    SCHEDULE OF FEES PAYABLE FOR 2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR
    MANDATARY FEES PAYABLE:
     PROGRAMME SESSIONSTATUSLOCAL STUDENTS  GH¢INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS US$
    2021/20222021/2022
     UNDERGRADUATE REGULARLevel 1003,440.485,810.00
    Level 2003,549.946,370.00
    Level 3004,414.887,420.00
    Level 4004,661.637,820.00
     CERTIFICATE WEEKENDAll3,147.003,000.00
     DIPLOMA (PART 1)  WEEKENDAll3,147.003,000.00
     TOP -UP  DIPLOMA EVENINGAll3,147.003,000.00
     (PART 2)
     
     OPTIONAL COSTS/ EXPENSES & ALLOWANCES :
     DESCRIPTIONREGULAR DEGREE (PER ACADEMIC YEAR OF THIRTY-TWO WEEKS)   CERTIFICATE/ DIPLOMA PROGRAMME (FOR SIXTEEN WEEKS)  INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (PER ACADEMIC YEAR OF THIRTY-TWO WEEKS)   
    GH¢GH¢US$
     HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION2,803.001,570.302,405.00
     FOOD (LUNCH ONLY EXCLU.  PUBLIC  HOLIDAY & WEEK-END OPTIONAL)2,362.501,181.25900.00
     FOOD (BREAKFAST & DINNER INCLU. WEEK-END)4,725.002,362.501,800.00
     BOOK ALLOWANCE (OPTIONAL)656.25262.50500.00
     POCKET ALLOWANCE  (OPTIONAL)3,150.002,400.00
     TOTAL OPTINAL COSTS/EXPS., ETC.13,696.756,951.558,005.00

    NOTE:

    A. PROGRAMME FEES PAYMENT POLICY

    1. First year students are to pay their programme fee in full before orientation.
    2. Levels  200 to 400 students who are unable to pay the full amount must follow the payment schedule below: NO.ITEMGHANAIAN STUDENTS: AMOUNT PAYABLE (GH)INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: AMOUNT PAYABLE    (US$)DEADLINEPENALTY(i)First InstallmentNOT LESS THAN 60%NOT LESS THAN 60%End of third week after re-opening for FIRST SEMESTERThe Institute will not register students who fail to pay as scheduled. Students would not be allowed to write first semester Exams. Students would also not be scheduled to undertake their practical production exercises. (ii)Second InstallmentALL THE OUTSTANDING BALANCEALL THE OUTSTANDING BALANCEEnd of second week after re-opening of SECOND SEMESTERMarked scripts and results will not be released to students who fail to pay as scheduled. Students would not be allowed to write second semester Exams. Students would also not be scheduled to undertake their practical production exercises. TOTAL PAYMENT100%100%   
    3. Please call the Institute’s Finance Office on 0302-777610 for the prevailing exchange rate in respect of foreign students who wish to pay their fees in Ghana cedis equivalent
    4. In addition to the penalties stated in the table above, the Institute reserves the right to activate any of the following sanctions, if a student fails to meet payment schedules:
      • Students going into the second semester will not be permitted to continue with the programme. Class assignment will be rejected and marked scripts for the first semester would not be released to students.
      • Level 400 students going into the second semester will not be assigned project/script supervisors.
      • These policies shall apply to all students including international and scholarship support students.
    5. Students are required to pay school fees by banker’s draft (from any bank) payable to National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI).(a) ACCOUNT NUMBER : 1191130004807     ACCOUNT NAME : NAFTI TRANSIT ACCOUNT     BRANCH NAME  : GCB BANK LTD     CURRENCY ACCOUNT : GHANA CEDI (GH¢)     CONTACT NUMBER : +233-(0)302-777610     SWIFT CODE  :
    6. Foreign Students can make Payments at the Bank of Ghana into any of the Following Accounts:
      (a) ACCOUNT NUMBER : 1018631544029     ACCOUNT NAME : NAFTI ACCOUNT NO. 2     BRANCH NAME  : ACCRA CENTRAL     CURRENCY ACCOUNT : GHANA CEDI (GH¢)     CONTACT NUMBER : +233-(0)302-777610     SWIFT CODE  : BAGHGHAC(b) ACCOUNT NUMBER : 1028531544019      ACCOUNT NAME : NAFTI DOLLAR ACCOUNT      BRANCH NAME : ACCRA CENTRAL      CURRENCY ACCOUNT : US DOLLAR (US$)      CONTACT NUMBER : +233-(0)302-777610      SWIFT CODE  : BAGHGHAC 
    7. The Banker’s draft or pay-in slip from Bank of Ghana should be submitted to the Institute Finance Office, where an official receipt, bearing the name and programme of student would be issued.
    8. Payment of programme fee with Cash at the Institute may not be accepted.
    9. Please note that students who send third parties to pay fees on their behalf should ensure that student’s name, as it appears on admission letter are used in bank transactions. Bank payments which record names of third parties other than that of admitted students will not be processed.
    10. Late registration is prohibited unless on medical grounds. Such a case should be presented in writing to the Registrar of the Institute for consideration, after which when approved shall attract a penalty. Penalty for late registration shall be 7% of the stipulated school fees of the current year and shall be adjusted when necessary.

    B.    DEFERMENT OF ADMISSION

    The Institute shall grant requests for deferment of programmes for newly admitted students for a period of one academic year, on the following conditions:

    1. An applicant who wishes to defer admission shall write a letter to the Dean of Studies of the Institute, within three weeks from the date of re-opening of the academic year, stating the intended period to commence the programme. If the Institute does not receive such a deferment letter within the stipulated three-weeks, no refund shall be made. Deferment of an offer of admission for more than one academic year shall be deemed as a revocation of the offer.
    2. A request for deferral shall be granted only if a down payment of 50% of the fee has been paid to the Institute.
    3. Upon request for refund of the down payment, only 60% of such down payment shall be refunded to a student upon failure to enroll within the one academic year, or if the student decides not to report for the programme.

    C.    WITHDRAWAL

    The following policies shall apply to students who wish to withdraw from the programme of study after academic work begins:

    Withdrawal within first week of lectures                    25% of programme fee shall be

    deducted from amount paid

    Withdrawal within second week of lectures              50% of programme fee shall be

    deducted from amount paid

    Withdrawal within third week of lectures                  70% of programme fee shall be deducted from amount paid

    Withdrawal after third week of lectures                      No Refund of entire fee paid

    All students’ refunds are processed at the Finance Office following approval from the Registrar.  Request for refund is processed at least within one week of request.  Claims are processed in the name of the student or Sponsor; and not in the name of third party (e.g. parent, guardian, etc.)

    D.    RETURN TO INSTITUTE AFTER DEFERRAL

    A student who returns to continue with the academic programme shall pay the prevailing programme bill in respect of the Level for which he has been re-admitted. If the student paid part fees before the deferment, the part fees so paid shall be deemed as part-payment of the prevailing fees for the Level to which he has been re-admitted.

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