University of Professional Studies | 2022/2023 Admission Cut Off Points For UPSA |UPSA Admission Requirements 2022/2023 |
Most people complain about not getting admission into the school they want, others lament that when they apply for a particular course, they get admitted but are not given the course they prefer even with good grades. It is usually heartbreaking to see how desperate WASSCE candidates wish and desire their choice of courses and schools only to be disappointed by not getting admitted. UPSA cut off points for 2022/2023 admission is available for applicants to compare their grades with to aid them to pick the right course that fits their abilities and strength.
What people have less knowledge about is that admission is not done based on favoritism but by merits and qualifications. The only magic is by doing your homework and underground searches about the admission requirements of schools before applying lest you will be slapped with the same disappointments.
That is why Educand Ghana Network brings you the admission requirements and cut off points for UPSA 2022/2023 which are explained in detail and briefly for easy comprehension.
Setting a particular line for people to meet before gaining admission is a tradition for all tertiary institutions before applicants are admitted into the school.
They do so to make sure that they admit applicants who deserve to be admitted into the school. Most cut off points are hard to come by, so the admission requirements are used in that stead.
The entries below must be followed before applying to UPSA for the 2022/2023 admission year:
Level 100 cut off points for UPSA 2022/2023
WASSCE and SSSCE applicants ought to possess at least (A1-C6) and (A-D) relatively in three core subjects (English Language, Maths and Integrated Science/Social Studies) plus passes in three elective subjects.
For General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)/ Cambridge GCE ‘O’ and ‘A’ level prospective students ought to possess 5 credit passes in the subjects including English Language and Math at the GCSE/Baccalaureate/Cambridge ‘O’ level and three relatively important subjects in the ‘A’ level.
Other requirements but narrowed down to specific courses
Applicants for Bachelor of Science in Real Estate and Management should have credit passes in Economics, Geography and any other elective subject.
Applicants for Bachelor of Science in Atuarial Science must have passes in elective Mathematics.
Bachelor of Science in Business Economics applicants are expected to have credit passes in Economics and Elective Maths.
Candidates who wish to study Bachelor of Law are expected to write an exam and go through an interview before gaining admission.
Level 200 cut off points for UPSA 2022/2023
GCE Advanced Level
Applicants must have passes in three subjects (D or better) at the GCE level plus a pass in the general paper. They have to have credit passes in five subjects which should include English Language, Mathematics and a Science subject in the GCE ‘O” level.
Advanced Business Certificate Education ABCE
Applicants must have a full Diploma certificate; passes in five subjects which should include three compulsory subjects in the ABCE level. They must pass English, Math, and Integrated Science or Social Studies.
Diploma in Education, applicants should possess a certificate in a related programme from a known institution.
HND holders should have a second class lower division or better awarded by NABPTEX in a related course (accounting, management studies, etc).
University Diploma holders should possess a GPA of 1.00 to 2.49 awarded by a known university accredited by NAB.
Professional qualifications: applicants must complete a level 2 of any of these qualifications, which should be related to the programme: ACCA (9 papers), CIB (10 papers), CIM (10 papers), CIMA (8 papers), ICAG (10 papers), and ICSA (8 papers). They must in addition, have credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, and Integrated Science/Social Studies.
International applicants can be admitted if they pass the entry test from their country, which is equal to that which is determined by the NAB of Ghana. However, they should have some level of English proficiency and proof of that..
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