Management of the University of Ghana has revealed that it has not totally ended admission for newly admitted students.
They are therefore calling on applicants to hold on as they work to accommodate more students.
The Pro Vice-chancellor in charge of Academic and student affairs, Prof . Gordon Awandare in an interview with Univers news said although admissions are over for some major courses, the university of working on creating more spaces in order to admit more students.
Most programmes are full but there are a few programmes that still have some gaps that we may be attempting to do some supplementary in the next few days, but for most programmes, they are full now. We haven’t closed [admissions] completely but most of the ‘hotly’ desired programmes are full. There are just a few more that are not yet full that we can do a bit more additions.
Prof. Awandare urged newly admitted students to adhere to the university’s regulations and focus on their academics when they report to the school. He says that is the only way to enjoy their stay in the institution.
We welcome them and hope they follow university regulations and focus on their studies.
That’s what we are going to ask of them
He congratulated the newly admitted students on gaining admission to the University of Ghana despite the vast number of students who applied.
I’m sure many of them are delighted to have the opportunity to come here. They are a privileged group of people.
Many many thousands of students also applied and were not able to get in because of the space limitation so we congratulate them for getting accepted to come this world-class University.
We hope that they will enjoy their stay and that management will do our part to make sure that they have a pleasant experience here.
Level 100 University of Ghana students are expected to report from Wednesday, January 5, 2023, to January 8, 2023.
Story by Gideon Nicholas Day | univers.ug.edu.gh