UCC 3 2021

Prospective applicants who could not get the opportunity to apply for the University of Cape Coast (UCC) 3-semester sandwich programme for the first batch now have the opportunity to do so. The institute has opened the online application window for the 2021/2022 academic year. The programme was introduced by the University of Cape Coast in 2020 after further deliberations from the teacher Unions and some major stakeholders of the Ghana Education Service (GES).

The sole aim of the three-semester sandwich programme is to upgrade the professional qualification of in-service teachers with Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) certificate to a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) upon successful completion of the course. Interested applicants are however urged to note that the Programme will run for three semesters (one and half years).

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Individuals who could not join the admission train of both the first and the second cohorts and wish to upgrade themselves have the opportunity to apply and start their application processes by CLICKING HERE [LEAVE YOUR COMMENTS BELOW AND WE WILL ATTEND TO YOU]

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  1. Please I didn’t see any column where I can select my elective as well as the study center
    I need help on that please

    • you will be able to select your elective and study centre when you are admitted..A Message will be sent to you when the time is due

  2. After submitting my first step of the application it keeps on telling me error….has it been that the deadline has reached 9r the system is currently having problem

  3. Please I want to find out whether it is possible for me to read mathematics if I apply,am asking this because I did music back at college


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