All freshmen and continuing students are requested to visit the Academic Calender Page for the latest schedules and updates. Also visit the Fees Schedule page for fees updates.
What to do about Payments and Registrations
- The University re-opens for the 2016/2017 Academic year , 2016 for freshmen.
- Successful applicants are to Print Provisional Offer of Admission letter online.
- Download and print Acceptance letter to be filled and sent to the Deputy Registrar (Academic Affairs), Kings & Queens Medical University College, Private Mail Bag, Akosombo, Ghana.
- International students are to submit original certificates as well
- Students are to pay Academic Facility User Fees into KQMUC Fees Collection Account at any branch of Stanbic Bank Ghana Ltd, Standard Chartered Bank Ltd, Ecobank Ghana Ltd, Agricultural Development Bank .
- Students are to pay Residential Facility User Fees of Halls they have been affiliated to at any Stanbic Bank Ghana Ltd and obtain a receipt. (Freshmen will be required to pay both AFUF and RFUF in full to be able to log on to the online rooms selection system). Students are to use the Receipt Pin and Card/Application Number on the receipt to log into the online Room Allocation System for their room selection. Please note that, selection of rooms in affiliated halls is done online and operates on a first-come-first-served basis. Visit http://halls.kqmuc.edu.gh to access the application. However, private Hostels are available around the campus for students who, as a result of the limited facilities/rooms could not be admitted as resident students.
- International students are to book for accommodation at least 72 hours before arrival. Students should contact the International Students Hostel secretariat via email: firstname.lastname@example.org for further enquiries.
- All Association dues are to be paid separately at any branch of Stanbic Bank Ghana Ltd (NB: Pay-in-slips are to be filled in triplicate at the point of payment. One would be demanded during biometric registration. Students are advised to keep personal copies of all payments)