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The entry requirements are the same as those for Diploma in Accounting Studies except that the subjects should include Commerce, Office Administration/Practice and Business Management.
Applicants must possess any ONE of the following:
WASSCE with at least Credit passes (A1 – C6) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) Core Subjects including English Language and Mathematics plus two (2) elective subjects.
SSSCE with at least Credit passes (A – D) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) Core Subjects including English Language and Mathematics plus two (2) elective subjects.
GCE ‘O’ Level with at least Credit passes (Grade 6) in five (5) subjects including English Language, Mathematics and a Science subject.
G.C.E. ‘A’ Level with at least grades not lower than D in Two (2) subjects including Accounting. In addition, they must possess credits at GCE ‘0’ Level in Mathematics and English Language.
Advanced Business Certificate Examination (ABCE) and RSA Stage III with passes in three (3) subjects including Financial Accounting and Economics.
General Business Certificate Examination (GBCE) and RSA stage II with passes in five (5) including Accounting, English Language and Mathematics. .
Professional Accountancy Certificate with a minimum of Part 1 of:
Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana) – ICA
Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
Association of Certified Chartered Accountant (ACCA)
Institute of Bankers (IB)
Other professional Accountancy Certificates from recognized Institution or Body.
Mature Applicants – Must be at least 25 yrs (Will be required to write an entrance examination)
The French Education programme seeks to help students acquire the knowledge and skills to effectively teach French as a foreign language in Ghana. The French Education Programme offers the students the opportunity to study language and literature.
See the information under French Education
i. At least, a pass in Senior High School French
ii. People with higher qualifications can apply
Please see the information under Early Childhood Education
Please see the information under Early Education.
i A Distinction or Credit in Pre-School Education from an accredited institution. OR
ii. Five (5) SHS/GCE credits including English Language and Mathematics. OR
iii. Teachers Certificate ‘A’
People with higher qualifications can apply
Candidates wishing to apply to enrol for the Programme MUST:
Have GCE “O” Level, Credit or Pass in SSSCE/WASSCE or
Hold Professional Teachers’ Certificate or
Hold National Vocational Training Institute Certificate (NVTI) or
Be interested individuals with higher qualification (Diploma, Baccalaureate degree, Master’s, and/or Doctorate degree) Individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing are encouraged to apply.
Candidates wishing to apply to enroll for the Programme MUST:
Have Interest and willingness to learn to communicate with the Deaf in Sign Language in any environmental situation – home, school, community, etc.
Parents of the deaf/hard of hearing (literate and illiterate) who are interested in and willing to communicate with their deaf/hard of hearing children in Sign Language are encouraged to apply for the programme. Ability to read and write English Language and/or speak Fante, Ewe, or any Akan language will be an advantage for applicants.
The programme is intended for:
SHS Certificate Holders
All who desire to be trained in Child Care and Development?
Job prospects are in the areas of:
At least, a Senior High School Certificate
People with special and/or higher qualifications in French can apply
Please see the information under Music Education.
Job prospects are available in areas like:
The Ghana Education Service
Private Educational Institutions
The Security Services
Centre for National Culture
Music Recording Studios
Five (5) SHS or GCE Credits including Language and Mathematics.
Book Design and Publishing
Cartooning and Illustration
Corporate Identity and Brand
Media and Communication Agencies
(a) Direct candidates must possess
The general minimum requirements for degree programmes in the University of Education, Winneba.
At least a Grade C6 in Graphic Design at the WASSCE level (or equivalent); and passes in two (2) other visual arts subjects.
The Diploma programmes seek to provide students and workers with a range of skills and knowledge that will enable
them to work effectively, creatively and professionally. The courses are also designed for students or workers who are interested in exploring and developing an art practice through collaboration with a variety of community groups and in diverse range of settings.
Graduate of these may take up careers as teachers of Art and Design at the primary and post-primary level or work in related areas. The courses also develop the student’s understanding of the ways in which art experiences can be used to promote the aesthetic, intellectual/ personal and social development of both the young and the old.
The aims of the programmes are:
The curriculum is designed to provide each student with requisite skills to practice as a self-employed studio artist, legible to be employed and the academic credits for further studies in Art.
To offer well-structured curriculum aimed at encouraging the student to be innovative rather them imitative
To equip the student with digital design application to meet current standards of art and design production
To provide basic entrepreneurial skills in a selected Art discipline.
The programmes are:
Diploma in Textiles
Diploma in Ceramics
Diploma in Sculpture
Diploma in Basketry
Diploma in Picture Making
Diploma in Leatherwork
Diploma in Jewellery
Graduates from the programmes can be employed by:
Other Educational Institutions
Government and Private Agencies
Industrial product designers
Applicants must possess, at least, ONE of the following qualifications
One-Year Certificate in Art
Teacher’s Certificate ‘A’/ Diploma
Five (5) Passes in SSSCE /WASSCE including Mathematics and English Language and three (3) Visual Arts Elective subjects
Advance Handicraft Teacher’s Certificate or City and Guilds Advance or Technician Part II or III.
The courses offered by the Art Education Department under these programmes are designed to provide foreigners, who are interested in African Art in general and Ghanaian Art in particular, a platform to:
view exciting, unique and exotic Ghanaian Art artefacts and interact with them
have a personal experience of the making of Ghanaian artefacts
interact with and learn from people who make a living though the production of these Ghanaian Art artefacts
learn to personally make some of these unique Ghanaian artefacts
have a lively discussion to ensure that students gain knowledge of historical and contemporary Art of Ghana As far as students from outside Ghana are concerned, they have to meet the admission requirements for the respective course in the university
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