UCC STUDENTS

The Management of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has released the list of successful applicants for the 2021/2022 5 Semester sandwich program. CLICK HERE TO CHECK YOUR STATUS

According to the institute, individual applicants who have been admitted are to note that a change of program is not permitted. The University is therefore going strictly by the courses applicants chose during the registration/application process.

WHEN WILL THE 2021/2022 UCC 5 SEMESTER LECTURES BEGIN?

Information intercepted by esucandghana.net indicates that online lectures for the first session will commence on the 12th of July, 2021. This according to the Institution, the online mode of lecturing will be adopted to support the traditional method (face-to-face approach).

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MODE OF PAYMENT OF FEES FOR UCC 5 SEMESTER-2021/2022

Successful applicants are to make full payment of a non-refundable amount of Two Thousand, Two Hundred Ghana Cedis (GH¢2,200) as admission fees. CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE DEADLINE FOR PAYMENT OF ADMISSION FEES

The fees to be paid however covers the following; tuition, accommodation and feeding. Students are urged to report to campus with 2 copies of the pay in slip to the study centre during the face-to-face period.

HOW TO MAKE PAYMENT

Students are required to make payment using the Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) Limited using Eagle Pay Platform with the biller name, INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION SANDWICH FEES.
However, students who pay through Prudential Bank should use the biller name as PRUDENTIAL BANK UCC OUTREACH PROGRAMME.

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I APPLIED BUT HAVE NOT RECEIVED AN ADMISSION MESSAGE

Individuals who applied but have not received feedback from the institute yet are to take note of the following;
Kindly check your status on the University’s admission portal regularly as the list keeps updating. FOLLOW THESE STEPS

Also, some applicants are being contacted by the institute via phone calls and text messages about the choice of their courses. The institute mainly bases on the electives offered at the SHS before one is given a course to offer. Therefore, applicants whose course of choice does not tally with their electives offered at the secondary level are likely to be contacted by the University for a change of course.

SOURCEeducandghana.net
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