Category Archives: Admissions

2021 Nov/Dec results are out , Weac Confirmed

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has released provisional results of private candidates who sat for the 2021 West African Senior School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE). Per a release issued by WAEC, some 102, 278 candidates comprising of 51, 935 males and 55, 488 females registered for the exams. Out of the total number, 5, 145… Read More »


Academic Year: 2020 to 2021 DIRECTORATE OF ACADEMIC AFFAIRS ADMISSION OF MATURE CANDIDATES INTO FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMMES FOR THE 2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR Applications are invited from suitably qualified Mature Candidates for admission into first degree programmes of the University of Cape Coast for the 2021/2022 academic year. Applicants are to buy application E-Vouchers which are up for sale at the Centres listed… Read More »

Legon Admissions into the Graduate Entry Medical Programme (GEMP) 2021/2022 Academic Year

The University of Ghana Medical School (UGMS) is inviting applications from qualified applicants for admission into the Graduate Entry Medical Programme for the 2021/2022 Academic Year. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Applicants should have a good (BSc) First Degree (Minimum of 2nd Class Lower) in the following science-based courses: Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Physician Assistantship, Pharmacy, Nursing, Nutrition, Dietetics,… Read More »

WAEC to begin prosecuting examination offenders

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has initiated the process to obtain powers of prosecution to enable it to put people before court for examination malpractice. The council says it believes that when the Attorney-General approves the process, it will become empowered to expedite the prosecution of offenders and help curb the menace of wrongdoing… Read More »

KNUST ranked as Best University in West Africa

Accra, Nov. 12, GNA – The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has been ranked as the best university in Ghana and West Africa by the United States News and World Report. The report also ranked the KNUST the 14th best on the African Continent and 706th best University globally. A statement issued… Read More »

ALERT!! NTCE Considering D7 For University Admissions

The Ministry of Education has begun consultations with the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) to spell out implications of a new policy for admissions to universities and other tertiary institutions that introduces some flexibility in the consideration of non-credit passes. Under the new policy, the status of grades such as D7 in some core… Read More »

Tertiary education reformation for private universities

The President of the Presbyterian University College, Ghana (PUCG), Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Adow Obeng, has said the legislative and institutional reforms being carried out by the government in the tertiary education sector will have a positive impact on private universities. Speaking at the 13th Congregation of PUCG at the Okwahu Campus of the university college… Read More »

Two(2) Schools Appealling To The Govt For Infrastructure

The authorities of two senior high schools (SHS) in Asamankese in the Eastern Region have appealed to the government to put pressure on contractors constructing classroom and dormitory blocks in their schools to expedite work so they can ease congestion in the schools. The Assistant Headmaster (Domestic) of Asamankese SHS (ASASCO), Mr Daniel Akonnor, and… Read More »

TUTAG Rejects Gov’t Proposals After Eight-Hour Long Stakeholders Meeting

The Technical University Teachers Association of Ghana, TUTAG, has rejected the government’s proposal to pay its members extra allowances instead of migrating them onto the public university single spine salary structure. Government officials led by the Minister of Employment and Labour Relations reportedly settled on paying entertainment and responsibility allowances. A National Executive member of… Read More »

GES, YEA to employ 7,730 non-teaching staff for Free SHS

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) to employ 7,730 young people as non-teaching staff in selected senior high schools (SHSs). The scheme, known as the Schools Support Programme, is to replace ageing cooks, pantry hands, labourers, security assistants and other non-teaching staff of… Read More »