Monthly Archives: February 2021

KNUST: Procedure For Second Semester Registration

Pre – Registration Steps 1. Pay Fees at Bank.2. Proceed to your Faculty Accounts Office to pay Fees with the receipt at the Faculty Accounts Office. Whilst waiting to be served at the Accounts Office, your Biometric Data will be taken.3. Your Login ID and Password to log into the registration system and other web… Read More »

Steps for Online Registration – Freshmen & Continuing Students

NOTE: A.   STUDENT NUMBER AND PIN You will need your UG Student ID Number and UG 5-digit PIN for Online Registration. If you do not have them, please follow the instructions on the website to access your provisional admission letter which contains the required information. B.    EMAIL ACCOUNT You will also need to have activated your UG assigned email… Read More »

UG Payment Information – Ghanaian Students

Student fee payment is integral to the registration process. Students must, at least pay the minimum required, fees before they will be allowed to undertake the Academic and Residential registration. A.     Students must take note of the following when making payments:  Only pay fees at University of Ghana APPROVED BANKS (listed below). All deposits at the bank should be made… Read More »

Second Semester Fees Schedule for Legon

Fees for 2020/21 Academic year is being updated PROVISIONAL FEES  FOR  2020-2021 ACADEMIC YEAR Main Campus College Of Health Sciences School of Nursing & Midwifery Residential Fees University of Ghana Business School special programmes View the bank details for the payment of feesNotice: The minimum percentage before all students can have access to register for the first semester of 2021… Read More »

Legon Second Semester Fees And Registration Requirements For Students In The UGEL Hostels

All students who made part payment of their academic and/or residential fees last semester are required to complete the payments before registration can be done. Residential registration can only be done after academic registration; students are therefore urged to make both payments so as to enable them undertake the residential registration. Students should refer to for… Read More »

Admission is ongoing: The University Of Environment And Sustainable Development

University of Environment and Sustainable Development (UESD), located at Somanya in the Yilo Krobo Municipality of the Eastern Region, has been completed and ready to admit its pioneer students at the beginning of the 2020 academic year. Messrs Contracta Construzioni Italia, the Italian company who was awarded the construction of the university at a cost… Read More »

Government supplies food items to school feeding caterers

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) distributing food to caterers under the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) across the country. The items rice, cooking oil, tinned tomatoes and texturised Soy Protein (TSP) have been sourced from local farmers and produced by local companies. According to the Ministry, caterers will no longer have to… Read More »

The Two(2) Nursing training colleges to run degree programmes

Beginning of the next academic year, the Holy Family Nursing and Midwifery Training College in Berekum and the Kumasi Nursing and Midwifery Training College will start running degree programmes in their institutions under the supervision of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). This followed the approval and support from the government through… Read More »

School of Domestic Science/Catering

The School of Domestic Science and Catering (DOMESCO) is a vocational training institute that provides a wide range of second cycle vocational training courses in catering, dress making, hair dressing and hospitality management. Website: Abavana Junction on the Maamobi Polyclinic Road which is off the Pig Farm – Kotobabi Road

Accra Girls Vocational Institute

The Accra Girls’ Vocational Institute was founded in june, 1973 by Madam Jemima Asiedua Boafo, the Proprietress.1973 was an era when Ghanaians were migrating in droves to other neighbouring African countries to find work because there was little opportunity for them locally. Madam Boafo seized the opportunity to establish Accra Girls’ Vocational Institute (AGIVOC) Website: ACCRA