Entry requirements for Ghana
Our entry requirements will vary depending on your level of study, the course you are interested in and your English language proficiency.
If you have graduated from the national high school system, you will be required to successfully complete a one year International Foundation Programme before entering our undergraduate courses.
You will be required to successfully complete the SSCE (WAEC) with an overall average of B and at least B in key subject areas to be considered for admission on to our International Foundation Programme.
Some subjects, such as healthcare allied professions, will require higher grades. Please contact the Foundation Office for more information.
For entry on to our undergraduate courses, you will be required to have the WAEC/WASSCE qualification combined with a successfully completed Foundation Programme from a recognised and reputable institution.
Alternatively, we would consider applications from students with good A-levels/International Baccalaureate grades or the successful completion of one or more years of undergraduate study at a recognised university in Ghana for entry on to our undergraduate programmes.
Postgraduate taught courses
You will be asked to provide evidence of having successfully completed your Undergraduate programme in a related field, at an academically high level (usually the equivalent of an Upper Second grade or higher).
Work experience can contribute towards gaining a placement in many subjects.
Postgraduate research courses
You will be required to have a master's degree with a high grade, particularly in the research elements.
Whilst Ghana is, of course, recognised as an English speaking country, for the purpose of complying with the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) rules, we ask that students demonstrate their English language abilities. We are constantly reviewing our admissions systems, whilst also abiding by the changes in UK entry laws. Please don't hesitate to contact us should you have any further questions about this.
For entry to our undergraduate programmes, the WAEC or IGCSE can be considered at the appropriate grade, in lieu of IELTS. However, due to recent changes, if you are applying for a Foundation Course, you will be asked to sit an IELTS qualification, in order to qualify for your visa to study in the UK.
To find out more about the scores required in the WAEC or IGCSE examinations and our English language requirements, please visit our English language requirements page.
If you are unsure of your qualifications or entry requirements, please contact us.