Tuition fees for our programs for self-sponsored students are 20,000QR per calendar year, which is payable in two installments: 10,000QR for the Fall Semester, and 10,000QR for the Winter Semester. There are also small additional charges which you can find outlined on our webpage which are payable at each registration period.

Fees & Charges​

a) All student fees must be paid prior to or at the time of registration.

b) Students who have not paid all fees within the time limits given in these regulations may have their registration cancelled by the College.

c) Should the College cancel a program all fees paid will be refunded.

Students enrolled for fifteen hours or more are considered full-time students.

a. Application Processing Fee
QR100 (non-refundable) - The application fee will be paid by the applicant at the time the application is received.

b. Entrance and Placement Assessment Testing
QR200 (non-refundable) - The placement assessment fee will be paid when the applicant writes the mandatory examination. These fees are non-refundable. Applications received from sponsors will be processed and the fees will be charged to the sponsor's account.

c. Student Service Fee
QR150 - This is an annual fee and is payable at the time of registration.

d. Materials and Supplies Fee
QR150 - This fee will be paid by all full-time students each semester.

e. Work term Fee

The work term fee is charged for a 15-week work term, if the work term is the only course enrolled in the Fall or Winter semester.

Check here for here for detailed list according to workterm course fee.

If the student is full time during Fall and Winter semesters and his/her fees were paid in full, no payment will be required for the work term during Intersession and Summer terms.

If the student has been enrolled on a part time basis during the Fall or Winter semester; then he/she needs to pay the work term fee during the Intersession or Summer semester registration.

f. Tuition Non-sponsored Students

Tuition per Year QR20,000

Sponsored Students

Tuition per year QR30,000

Tuition is paid in two equal installments. The first installment is to be paid at registration for the Fall Semester. The second installment is to be paid at the registration for the Winter Semester.

Students enrolled in less than 15 hours per week are considered part-time students.

a. Application Processing Fee

QR100 (non-refundable) - The application fee will be paid by the applicant at the time the application is received.

b. Placement Assessment Testing

QR200 (non-refundable)

The placement assessment fee will be paid when the applicant writes the mandatory examination. These fees are non-refundable. Applications received from sponsors will be processed and the fees will be charged to the sponsor's account.

c. Student Service Fee

QR150 - This fee is payable at the time of registration.

d. Materials and Supplies

Fee per course - QR25

e. Tuition

Non-sponsored Students - QR2000 tuition per course

Sponsored Students - QR3000 tuition per course

Tuition and Fees

A student who withdraws or drops courses within the first two weeks of any semester will receive a full refund. If the withdrawal/dropping takes place within three to six weeks of registration, the refund will be prorated and the student will be liable for the number of weeks enrolled. No refund will be made after the sixth week of the official date of registration.

Textbooks

Refunds will be given for returned textbooks under the following conditions:

a. Books are unmarked and in saleable condition.
b. Books are returned within the first three weeks after the commencement of classes.
c. Original receipts must be presented before a refund is issued.

Students are responsible for initiating their own refund requests and are required to complete the Student Revenue Refund Form. Forms are available from the Registrar's Office. All tuition refunds will be issued by cheque. Any refunds will be applied against outstanding accounts before any monies are returned to the student.

Appeals of a financial assessment should be made in writing to the Comptroller.

Receipts are issued for any financial transactions with the College. Students should ensure that they obtain and save these receipts for use in resolving any financial conflicts. In the absence of such documentation, the College financial records shall provide the basis for decisions.