The University of Goroka will have less than 10 percent increase in its tuition fees in 2018.
Vice-Chancellor Dr Musawe Sinebare said the only program with high fees is midwifery, the only health course provided by the institution.
Dr Sinabare said enrollment is expected to increase in 2018 and the University is set for another academic year.
Vice-Chancellor, Dr Musawe Sinebare, said midwifery will be the only course with high fees. UOG saw an enrollment of more than 3,000 students this year and is expecting more come 2018. Midwifery is the only Health course offered by UOG, however, Dr Sinabare made it known that midwifery students are well supported by sponsors.
Over the past two years, this higher learning institution has gone through modernization of its academic programs and learning facilities. Chancellor Dr Sukwianomb says more changes are expected to produce quality teachers for the country.
They said the University is aware of the current economic status of the country and parents will not be pressured when paying fees for new and continuing students in 2018.
The University of Goroka is expected to graduate a thousand students in April 2018.