University of Ghana reviews undergraduate applications

Legon, University of Ghana

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) released the West African Secondary School Examination Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results yesterday. In their report 1,095 students had their results cancelled. The University of Ghana in view of this frightening figure has re-opened the Undergraduate application for students who have seen their results and would opt to make changes to the programs they previously chose, if they want to.

The University went further to provide cut-off grades for applicants who applied last year to serve as a guideline to students. The University also provided guidelines on how students should apply and which programs students can take as their first choice since they have the chance to take four choices.

Here’s the link to change the course.

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