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admission/recruitment across Ghana

2018/2019 Admission List for Regional Maritime University

Regional Maritime University 2018/2019 Admission List LIST OF APPLICANTS OFFERED ADMISSION 2018/2019 ACADEMIC YEAR The following students have been offered admission into programmes indicated against their names for 2018/2019 Academic year commencing in August 2018.  Successful applicants are requested to pick their admission letters at the Registry [Admissions] from Friday, June 29, 2018 between the hours of 0800 to 1600. Congratulations… Read More »

2018/2019 Admission List for Tamale Technical University TaTU

Tamale Technical University TaTU 2018/2019 Admission List Please Endeavour to Search through all the categories. You may have been admitted under a different category other than your mode of application  CLICK ON A CATEGORY TO VIEW THE ADMISSION LIST Higher National Diploma (WASSCE/SSSCE) (HND) Bachelor of Technology (BTECH) Matured Applicants/Others (HND) ACCESS COURSE (PRE-HND) CILT DIPLOMA IN BUS.… Read More »

2018/2019 Admission List for Ho Technical University HTU

Ho Technical University HTU 2018/2019 Admission List Please Endeavour to Search through all the categories. You may have been admitted under a different category other than your mode of application CLICK ON A CATEGORY TO VIEW THE ADMISSION LIST Higher National Diploma (WASSCE/SSSCE) (HND) Bachelor of Technology (BTECH) Matured Applicants (HND) ACCESS PROGRAM NON TERTIARY PROGRAM HND BANKING &… Read More »

2018/2019 Admission List for University of Professional Studies, Accra UPSA

University of Professional Studies, Accra UPSA 2018/2019 Admission List All successful applicants had received a call or notice from the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) and are to proceed to course registration. Registration Guidelines REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR UNDERGRADUATE AND DIPLOMA CONTINUING STUDENTS – ALL SESSIONS FIRST SEMESTER 2018/2019 ACADEMIC YEAR All Undergraduate and Diploma Continuing Students are to note… Read More »