Now open for applications until March 8, 2019 5pm
As a conscious effort on the part of RTC to promote global-level learning and to build the intercultural capabilities of our students, RTC will be sending up to 14 Bhutanese students for long-term academic exchange to the USA (4 students) and across European countries (10 students) for the Fall 2019-Spring 2020 academic year. The International Relations Office would like to encourage all eligible students to avail this opportunity to further their personal and academic development. Students will earn academic credits at some of the most prestigious academic institutions in the world. Regular full-time Bhutanese students with 65% average overall marks from completed semesters, who are currently in their 1st or 2nd year in programmes for which there exist junior cohorts, will be eligible to apply for the programmes. The students must be prepared to take a year off from their RTC degree studies to study internationally, and return to the junior cohort of their programmes in July 2020.
Application forms are available for download. READ THE GUIDELINES COMPLETELY BEFORE APPLYING.
RTC-Long-Term Exchanges 2019-20 Programme Guidelines
RTC-Long-Term Exchanges 2019-20 Parental Consent Letter
FEES DUE NOTICE
FOR SPRING SEMESTER-2019
This is to remind all the students that the fees for Spring Semester 2019 are due and payable with effect from:
1. BSc. Nursing Programme (21st January to 25th January 2019)
2. All other Programmes (28th February to 6th March 2019)
- The payment modes/options and Fee Charts for the respective Semesters’ are given below.
- Students may also choose to pay the fees at the college campus during the Winter Vacation.
- Please ensure timely payments to avoid penalties for delayed payments. The penalties in case of default will be charged as outlined in the fee chart.
Click here to view the payment mode and fee charts for BSc. Nursing Programme
Click here to view the payment mode and fee charts for All Other Programmes
Please contact SSD for further information/ clarifications.
PLEASE DON’T FEED DOGS ON CAMPUS
In view of the increasing dog population on campus, all students, faculty & staff are requested NOT TO FEED dogs on campus. Also, please DON’T ENTERTAIN or PATRONIZE them at any facility – Apartments, Academic spaces, Canteens, Dining Hall, Residence Halls, etc.
Please beware that these dogs are increasingly becoming menacing and could be dangerous.
Therefore, in the interest of your safety as well as the wellbeing of others, please refrain from feeding or patronizing the dogs on campus.