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Victoria University launches ‘GTPay’ to allow students, parents pay tuition online

Victoria University Kampala has unveiled another innovative platform dubbed the GTPay that enables parents and students to pay tuition without lining up in banks to catch the deadly COVID-19.

This new innovation in just months adds to the University’s mobile money option among its various payment methods for remitting tuition flexibly during this covid-19 era.

The new GTPay platform according to the University is to ensure that academics progresses amidst the pandemic and also allow a student to make his/her payment flexibly without needing to line up in the bank.

To make payments online using this new GTPay option, the student/parent should follow the steps below;

Step 1: Login into; www.eportal.vu.ac. ug/cooperp/mobile/cardpay.aspx
Step 2: Fill in the empty fields and click “Process Payment”
Step 3: Select your desired payment option (which is GTPay in this case)
Step 4: Enter your email address and click “Continue”
Step 5: Enter the required payment details (These vary depending on previously selected option) after click “pay”
Step 6: Complete security check (if paying by card) and click “Submit” to complete the transaction.

The graphical flyer illustrating the new GTPay launched by Victoria University

Why Choose Victoria University?

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Victoria University (VU) offers a wide range of courses with qualifications designed to meet the needs of the marketplace. VU links with corporate companies and constantly reviews their portfolio to ensure that it meets both the student’s requirements and employer’s needs. With its Virtual learning dubbed V-Class, a student is able to learn from anywhere, anytime without any hassle.

The University is centrally located in the heart of Kampala City and on the main public transportation routes coupled with ample parking space.

The University is also a cosmopolitan university, accredited by the National Council for Higher Education with a wide range of nationalities.

Come Prepared to Learn, Leave Prepared to Succeed.



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