Legon admits over 7,000 students for 2017/2018 academic year

More than 7,800 students have been admitted by the University of Ghana for the 2017/2018 academic year to pursue various degree programmes in the school.

The list, which was released on Sunday 13th August, 2017, includes that of those who applied to pursue courses in the following programs;

  1. Post first degree bachelor of laws (LLB)
  2. Bachelor of science in Agriculture
  3. Bachelor of Arts
  4. Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  5. Bachelor of Public health
  6. Bachelor of Science in Administration
  7. Bachelor of Fine Arts
  8. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery
  9. Bachelor of science
  10. BSC in Family & Consumer sciences
  11. Bachelor of science in engineering
  12. Bachelor of pharmacy
  13. Diploma in Public Administration

The list also includes applicants who applied as candidates awaiting their 2017 WASSCE results.

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Successful applicants are expected to complete their registration within a week to seal their place in the school.

A memo sighted by earlier last week indicated that freshmen were to report to the school on Monday, August 21, 2017 as lectures start on 28th August, 2017.

The admission list of the University of Ghana is one that many have looked forward to considering the fact that it is often the university of choice for many Senior High School graduates.

Each year, the number of applicants to the school increases, however, the school is forced to turn down the application of many despite the fact that they qualify to be admitted due to infrastructural and logistical constraints.

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By: 233livenews


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