Some programs incur higher expenditure than others it is therefore important that you check with your school for the exact rate of tuition fees for your chosen course.
These course fees will cover the cost of your study at the university as well as charges for registration, tuition, supervision, examinations and graduation. Payment of tuition fees will also entitle you to membership of the BUFT Library and the Students’ Clubs.
Total tuition fees for the Bachelor of Fashion Design (Bachelor of FD) program offered by the department will be:
Total Tuition Fees: BDT. 6,11,960
Total tuition fees cover admission fees of BDT. 8,500 [paybale just once during admission], credit fees of BDT. 5,31,300 [@ BDT. 3300 per credit], library & activity fees of BDT. 16,000 [@ BDT. 2,000 per semester], registration fees of BDT. 32,000 [@ BDT. 4,000 per semester], laboratory fees of BDT. 16,000 [@ BDT. 2,000 per semester], development fees of BDT. 8,000 [@ BDT. 1,000 per semester], and rover scout fees of BDT. 160 [@ BDT. 20 per semester].
Payment of Tuition Fees
The level of tuition fees you will pay per semester varies depending on factors such as the number of credits you have taken in that semester, re-registration of courses and fines (if any).
Tuition fees for any particular semester must be paid in one installment. The university will set a time frame within which you must pay your tuition fees and a late payment charge will be incurred if your fees are not paid by the due date.
Tuition fees must be paid by the method as set by the university, usually through a specified bank. The detail of the bank (address and bank account number) will be provided by the university after you register.
After registration of your courses for a semester, you will get to know exactly how much you will have to pay and the deadlinesof all payments. Usually, you are supposed to go to a bank along with your advising paper and make the payment. You are supposed to report or show the evidence to the Accounts section ofthe university that your payment has been made.
The faculty member doing your advising, however, will let you know what to do!