List of Top Ten (10) Colleges of Education in Ghana

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List of Top Ten (10) Colleges of Education in Ghana

Some Colleges of Education in Ghana has found their names in the top ten (10) slot of rankings teacher training institutions in Ghana.

How Many Public Teacher Training Institutions Do we have in Ghana?

There are 46 public institutions of education in Ghana, with ten (10) of them ranked among the best.

The number of First class honors is the basis considered for the ranking of colleges.

According to the Colleges of education weekly journal, all the Forty-six 46 colleges of education were ranked but the first ten were considered for publishing.

Some of the colleges that did not have a taste of the best 10 rankings include; Bimbilla College of Education, St. Vincent College of Education, Tamale college of education, Gbewa College of Education, St. John College of Education, Tumu College of Education, Dambai EP College of Education, Atebubu college of education, Wiawso college of education, Mount Mary college of education, St. Ambrose College of Education, St Teresa’s College of Education, Presbyterian women’s college of education, Akastsi College of Education, Peki College of Education, Komenda College of Education, Holy Child College of Education, Enchi College of Education and others.

The list of the top ten (10) colleges in Ghana is listed below with the number of first-class honors recorded in the 2021 /2022 academic year.

List of Top ten (10) Colleges of Education in Ghana

1Ola College of Education 40
2Berekum College of Education 37
3 Wesley College of Education 32
4 Offinso College of Education 31
5 Ada College of Education 30
6Akrokerri College of Education29
7 St. Francis College of Education, Hohoe29
8Fosu College of Education-27
9Bagabaga College of Education27
10Presbyterian College of Education26
List of Top ten (10) Colleges of Education in Ghana

Kindly note that college rankings changes in conformity to every academic year. Therefore the positions seen above may change with respect to the number of first-class honors recorded by the 46 colleges of education. This simply means the top colleges may be at the bottom in the next released rankings.