Students – FAQs

Student's FAQs

In order to facilitate the process of obtaining a visa on arrival, you will need to provide the Office of Student Affairs with the documents stated below, to present on your behalf at Ghana Immigration:

  • A copy of the data page of your passport
  • A copy of your Admission letter
  • A copy of payment of school fees
  • An introductory letter

As the University will provide your introductory letter, you will need to provide the University with the following details:

  • Place of embarkation
  • Date of arrival
  • Duration of stay
  • Purpose
  • Accommodation details

You can apply for extension of the permit.

Category: student
It is an offence not to possess a residence permit and a penalty will be applied to students who flout this directive.

Category: student
The process takes a week. However, if you would like the school to undertake this process for you, then please allow a maximum of 6 weeks for completion.

Category: student
Please note that the resident permit costs $150 although this is subject to change according to Ghana Immigration Service.

Category: student
If you require an introductory letter to apply for a residence permit or a renewal, you will need to go to International Programmes Office.

Category: student
Upon receiving your admission letter you should apply for a student’s visa from a Ghana High Commission, Consulate or other Embassy authorised by the Government of Ghana to issue visas on her behalf.

Upon arrival in Ghana you will have to apply for a residence permit from the Ghana Immigration Service. The International Programmes  Office will provide you with an introductory letter to help facilitate this process.  The office can also assist you obtain a residence permit.

Items required for obtaining an introductory letter for a residence permit:

  • Receipt of Payment from the Accounts Office
  • Non-Citizen Ghana card
  • Copy of student ID card
  • Contact number of student in Ghana
  • Copy of the photo page of your passport

Upon arrival in Ghana, all international students MUST register with their High Commissions/Embassies at their earliest convenience.

Category: student
Students requiring an attestation letter or introductory letter for purposes other than those relating to residence permits, will need to make an application to the Office of the Registrar through the Student Services Office.

The application should state the following:

  • The purpose of the introductory letter,
  • Index Number
  • Level,
  • Programme,
  • Full name.

You are also required to attach the following documents:

  • Payment receipt
  • Photocopy of their ID card (front and back)
Category: student
Once certificates are issued, names cannot be changed. Students are encouraged to check with the Exams and Records unit to ensure the correct spelling and arrangement of their names before the completion of their programme.

Category: student
Yes you can. You will need to produce legal documentation to the Exams and Records Office as proof of change of name.

Category: student
Yes you can, however, GTUC will only use the name in the admission records.

Category: student
Where your name has been spelt incorrectly, contact the Admissions Office as soon as possible where one of the Officers will be able to assist you to address this issue.

Category: student
Admissions Office where an Admissions Officer would assist appropriately, if the change is permitted. Student should provided valid student Identification in this process. In the absence of the valid student ID, students can use their admission letters.

Category: student
You will need to pay for a new one at the Accounts Office. Receipt of payment should be presented to the Information Technology Support Service (ITSS) Officer who will assist you to have your card replaced.

Category: student
Once you have successfully registered at GTUC, taken part in the matriculation process and undertaken your medical examination, you will be issued with your ID card. Failure to take part in any of the stated processes will cause a delay in the issuance of the ID card, and in some cases penalties incurred.

Category: student

Fee Payment

In order to facilitate the process of obtaining a visa on arrival, you will need to provide the Office of Student Affairs with the documents stated below, to present on your behalf at Ghana Immigration:

  • A copy of the data page of your passport
  • A copy of your Admission letter
  • A copy of payment of school fees
  • An introductory letter

As the University will provide your introductory letter, you will need to provide the University with the following details:

  • Place of embarkation
  • Date of arrival
  • Duration of stay
  • Purpose
  • Accommodation details

You can apply for extension of the permit.

Category: student
It is an offence not to possess a residence permit and a penalty will be applied to students who flout this directive.

Category: student
The process takes a week. However, if you would like the school to undertake this process for you, then please allow a maximum of 6 weeks for completion.

Category: student
Please note that the resident permit costs $150 although this is subject to change according to Ghana Immigration Service.

Category: student
If you require an introductory letter to apply for a residence permit or a renewal, you will need to go to International Programmes Office.

Category: student
Upon receiving your admission letter you should apply for a student’s visa from a Ghana High Commission, Consulate or other Embassy authorised by the Government of Ghana to issue visas on her behalf.

Upon arrival in Ghana you will have to apply for a residence permit from the Ghana Immigration Service. The International Programmes  Office will provide you with an introductory letter to help facilitate this process.  The office can also assist you obtain a residence permit.

Items required for obtaining an introductory letter for a residence permit:

  • Receipt of Payment from the Accounts Office
  • Non-Citizen Ghana card
  • Copy of student ID card
  • Contact number of student in Ghana
  • Copy of the photo page of your passport

Upon arrival in Ghana, all international students MUST register with their High Commissions/Embassies at their earliest convenience.

Category: student
Students requiring an attestation letter or introductory letter for purposes other than those relating to residence permits, will need to make an application to the Office of the Registrar through the Student Services Office.

The application should state the following:

  • The purpose of the introductory letter,
  • Index Number
  • Level,
  • Programme,
  • Full name.

You are also required to attach the following documents:

  • Payment receipt
  • Photocopy of their ID card (front and back)
Category: student
Once certificates are issued, names cannot be changed. Students are encouraged to check with the Exams and Records unit to ensure the correct spelling and arrangement of their names before the completion of their programme.

Category: student
Yes you can. You will need to produce legal documentation to the Exams and Records Office as proof of change of name.

Category: student
Yes you can, however, GTUC will only use the name in the admission records.

Category: student
Where your name has been spelt incorrectly, contact the Admissions Office as soon as possible where one of the Officers will be able to assist you to address this issue.

Category: student
Admissions Office where an Admissions Officer would assist appropriately, if the change is permitted. Student should provided valid student Identification in this process. In the absence of the valid student ID, students can use their admission letters.

Category: student
You will need to pay for a new one at the Accounts Office. Receipt of payment should be presented to the Information Technology Support Service (ITSS) Officer who will assist you to have your card replaced.

Category: student
Once you have successfully registered at GTUC, taken part in the matriculation process and undertaken your medical examination, you will be issued with your ID card. Failure to take part in any of the stated processes will cause a delay in the issuance of the ID card, and in some cases penalties incurred.

Category: student

Scholarship

In order to facilitate the process of obtaining a visa on arrival, you will need to provide the Office of Student Affairs with the documents stated below, to present on your behalf at Ghana Immigration:

  • A copy of the data page of your passport
  • A copy of your Admission letter
  • A copy of payment of school fees
  • An introductory letter

As the University will provide your introductory letter, you will need to provide the University with the following details:

  • Place of embarkation
  • Date of arrival
  • Duration of stay
  • Purpose
  • Accommodation details

You can apply for extension of the permit.

Category: student
It is an offence not to possess a residence permit and a penalty will be applied to students who flout this directive.

Category: student
The process takes a week. However, if you would like the school to undertake this process for you, then please allow a maximum of 6 weeks for completion.

Category: student
Please note that the resident permit costs $150 although this is subject to change according to Ghana Immigration Service.

Category: student
If you require an introductory letter to apply for a residence permit or a renewal, you will need to go to International Programmes Office.

Category: student
Upon receiving your admission letter you should apply for a student’s visa from a Ghana High Commission, Consulate or other Embassy authorised by the Government of Ghana to issue visas on her behalf.

Upon arrival in Ghana you will have to apply for a residence permit from the Ghana Immigration Service. The International Programmes  Office will provide you with an introductory letter to help facilitate this process.  The office can also assist you obtain a residence permit.

Items required for obtaining an introductory letter for a residence permit:

  • Receipt of Payment from the Accounts Office
  • Non-Citizen Ghana card
  • Copy of student ID card
  • Contact number of student in Ghana
  • Copy of the photo page of your passport

Upon arrival in Ghana, all international students MUST register with their High Commissions/Embassies at their earliest convenience.

Category: student
Students requiring an attestation letter or introductory letter for purposes other than those relating to residence permits, will need to make an application to the Office of the Registrar through the Student Services Office.

The application should state the following:

  • The purpose of the introductory letter,
  • Index Number
  • Level,
  • Programme,
  • Full name.

You are also required to attach the following documents:

  • Payment receipt
  • Photocopy of their ID card (front and back)
Category: student
Once certificates are issued, names cannot be changed. Students are encouraged to check with the Exams and Records unit to ensure the correct spelling and arrangement of their names before the completion of their programme.

Category: student
Yes you can. You will need to produce legal documentation to the Exams and Records Office as proof of change of name.

Category: student
Yes you can, however, GTUC will only use the name in the admission records.

Category: student
Where your name has been spelt incorrectly, contact the Admissions Office as soon as possible where one of the Officers will be able to assist you to address this issue.

Category: student
Admissions Office where an Admissions Officer would assist appropriately, if the change is permitted. Student should provided valid student Identification in this process. In the absence of the valid student ID, students can use their admission letters.

Category: student
You will need to pay for a new one at the Accounts Office. Receipt of payment should be presented to the Information Technology Support Service (ITSS) Officer who will assist you to have your card replaced.

Category: student
Once you have successfully registered at GTUC, taken part in the matriculation process and undertaken your medical examination, you will be issued with your ID card. Failure to take part in any of the stated processes will cause a delay in the issuance of the ID card, and in some cases penalties incurred.

Category: student

Hostel

In order to facilitate the process of obtaining a visa on arrival, you will need to provide the Office of Student Affairs with the documents stated below, to present on your behalf at Ghana Immigration:

  • A copy of the data page of your passport
  • A copy of your Admission letter
  • A copy of payment of school fees
  • An introductory letter

As the University will provide your introductory letter, you will need to provide the University with the following details:

  • Place of embarkation
  • Date of arrival
  • Duration of stay
  • Purpose
  • Accommodation details

You can apply for extension of the permit.

Category: student
It is an offence not to possess a residence permit and a penalty will be applied to students who flout this directive.

Category: student
The process takes a week. However, if you would like the school to undertake this process for you, then please allow a maximum of 6 weeks for completion.

Category: student
Please note that the resident permit costs $150 although this is subject to change according to Ghana Immigration Service.

Category: student
If you require an introductory letter to apply for a residence permit or a renewal, you will need to go to International Programmes Office.

Category: student
Upon receiving your admission letter you should apply for a student’s visa from a Ghana High Commission, Consulate or other Embassy authorised by the Government of Ghana to issue visas on her behalf.

Upon arrival in Ghana you will have to apply for a residence permit from the Ghana Immigration Service. The International Programmes  Office will provide you with an introductory letter to help facilitate this process.  The office can also assist you obtain a residence permit.

Items required for obtaining an introductory letter for a residence permit:

  • Receipt of Payment from the Accounts Office
  • Non-Citizen Ghana card
  • Copy of student ID card
  • Contact number of student in Ghana
  • Copy of the photo page of your passport

Upon arrival in Ghana, all international students MUST register with their High Commissions/Embassies at their earliest convenience.

Category: student
Students requiring an attestation letter or introductory letter for purposes other than those relating to residence permits, will need to make an application to the Office of the Registrar through the Student Services Office.

The application should state the following:

  • The purpose of the introductory letter,
  • Index Number
  • Level,
  • Programme,
  • Full name.

You are also required to attach the following documents:

  • Payment receipt
  • Photocopy of their ID card (front and back)
Category: student
Once certificates are issued, names cannot be changed. Students are encouraged to check with the Exams and Records unit to ensure the correct spelling and arrangement of their names before the completion of their programme.

Category: student
Yes you can. You will need to produce legal documentation to the Exams and Records Office as proof of change of name.

Category: student
Yes you can, however, GTUC will only use the name in the admission records.

Category: student
Where your name has been spelt incorrectly, contact the Admissions Office as soon as possible where one of the Officers will be able to assist you to address this issue.

Category: student
Admissions Office where an Admissions Officer would assist appropriately, if the change is permitted. Student should provided valid student Identification in this process. In the absence of the valid student ID, students can use their admission letters.

Category: student
You will need to pay for a new one at the Accounts Office. Receipt of payment should be presented to the Information Technology Support Service (ITSS) Officer who will assist you to have your card replaced.

Category: student
Once you have successfully registered at GTUC, taken part in the matriculation process and undertaken your medical examination, you will be issued with your ID card. Failure to take part in any of the stated processes will cause a delay in the issuance of the ID card, and in some cases penalties incurred.

Category: student

Student Group

In order to facilitate the process of obtaining a visa on arrival, you will need to provide the Office of Student Affairs with the documents stated below, to present on your behalf at Ghana Immigration:

  • A copy of the data page of your passport
  • A copy of your Admission letter
  • A copy of payment of school fees
  • An introductory letter

As the University will provide your introductory letter, you will need to provide the University with the following details:

  • Place of embarkation
  • Date of arrival
  • Duration of stay
  • Purpose
  • Accommodation details

You can apply for extension of the permit.

Category: student
It is an offence not to possess a residence permit and a penalty will be applied to students who flout this directive.

Category: student
The process takes a week. However, if you would like the school to undertake this process for you, then please allow a maximum of 6 weeks for completion.

Category: student
Please note that the resident permit costs $150 although this is subject to change according to Ghana Immigration Service.

Category: student
If you require an introductory letter to apply for a residence permit or a renewal, you will need to go to International Programmes Office.

Category: student
Upon receiving your admission letter you should apply for a student’s visa from a Ghana High Commission, Consulate or other Embassy authorised by the Government of Ghana to issue visas on her behalf.

Upon arrival in Ghana you will have to apply for a residence permit from the Ghana Immigration Service. The International Programmes  Office will provide you with an introductory letter to help facilitate this process.  The office can also assist you obtain a residence permit.

Items required for obtaining an introductory letter for a residence permit:

  • Receipt of Payment from the Accounts Office
  • Non-Citizen Ghana card
  • Copy of student ID card
  • Contact number of student in Ghana
  • Copy of the photo page of your passport

Upon arrival in Ghana, all international students MUST register with their High Commissions/Embassies at their earliest convenience.

Category: student
Students requiring an attestation letter or introductory letter for purposes other than those relating to residence permits, will need to make an application to the Office of the Registrar through the Student Services Office.

The application should state the following:

  • The purpose of the introductory letter,
  • Index Number
  • Level,
  • Programme,
  • Full name.

You are also required to attach the following documents:

  • Payment receipt
  • Photocopy of their ID card (front and back)
Category: student
Once certificates are issued, names cannot be changed. Students are encouraged to check with the Exams and Records unit to ensure the correct spelling and arrangement of their names before the completion of their programme.

Category: student
Yes you can. You will need to produce legal documentation to the Exams and Records Office as proof of change of name.

Category: student
Yes you can, however, GTUC will only use the name in the admission records.

Category: student
Where your name has been spelt incorrectly, contact the Admissions Office as soon as possible where one of the Officers will be able to assist you to address this issue.

Category: student
Admissions Office where an Admissions Officer would assist appropriately, if the change is permitted. Student should provided valid student Identification in this process. In the absence of the valid student ID, students can use their admission letters.

Category: student
You will need to pay for a new one at the Accounts Office. Receipt of payment should be presented to the Information Technology Support Service (ITSS) Officer who will assist you to have your card replaced.

Category: student
Once you have successfully registered at GTUC, taken part in the matriculation process and undertaken your medical examination, you will be issued with your ID card. Failure to take part in any of the stated processes will cause a delay in the issuance of the ID card, and in some cases penalties incurred.

Category: student

Exams and Records

In order to facilitate the process of obtaining a visa on arrival, you will need to provide the Office of Student Affairs with the documents stated below, to present on your behalf at Ghana Immigration:

  • A copy of the data page of your passport
  • A copy of your Admission letter
  • A copy of payment of school fees
  • An introductory letter

As the University will provide your introductory letter, you will need to provide the University with the following details:

  • Place of embarkation
  • Date of arrival
  • Duration of stay
  • Purpose
  • Accommodation details

You can apply for extension of the permit.

Category: student
It is an offence not to possess a residence permit and a penalty will be applied to students who flout this directive.

Category: student
The process takes a week. However, if you would like the school to undertake this process for you, then please allow a maximum of 6 weeks for completion.

Category: student
Please note that the resident permit costs $150 although this is subject to change according to Ghana Immigration Service.

Category: student
If you require an introductory letter to apply for a residence permit or a renewal, you will need to go to International Programmes Office.

Category: student
Upon receiving your admission letter you should apply for a student’s visa from a Ghana High Commission, Consulate or other Embassy authorised by the Government of Ghana to issue visas on her behalf.

Upon arrival in Ghana you will have to apply for a residence permit from the Ghana Immigration Service. The International Programmes  Office will provide you with an introductory letter to help facilitate this process.  The office can also assist you obtain a residence permit.

Items required for obtaining an introductory letter for a residence permit:

  • Receipt of Payment from the Accounts Office
  • Non-Citizen Ghana card
  • Copy of student ID card
  • Contact number of student in Ghana
  • Copy of the photo page of your passport

Upon arrival in Ghana, all international students MUST register with their High Commissions/Embassies at their earliest convenience.

Category: student
Students requiring an attestation letter or introductory letter for purposes other than those relating to residence permits, will need to make an application to the Office of the Registrar through the Student Services Office.

The application should state the following:

  • The purpose of the introductory letter,
  • Index Number
  • Level,
  • Programme,
  • Full name.

You are also required to attach the following documents:

  • Payment receipt
  • Photocopy of their ID card (front and back)
Category: student
Once certificates are issued, names cannot be changed. Students are encouraged to check with the Exams and Records unit to ensure the correct spelling and arrangement of their names before the completion of their programme.

Category: student
Yes you can. You will need to produce legal documentation to the Exams and Records Office as proof of change of name.

Category: student
Yes you can, however, GTUC will only use the name in the admission records.

Category: student
Where your name has been spelt incorrectly, contact the Admissions Office as soon as possible where one of the Officers will be able to assist you to address this issue.

Category: student
Admissions Office where an Admissions Officer would assist appropriately, if the change is permitted. Student should provided valid student Identification in this process. In the absence of the valid student ID, students can use their admission letters.

Category: student
You will need to pay for a new one at the Accounts Office. Receipt of payment should be presented to the Information Technology Support Service (ITSS) Officer who will assist you to have your card replaced.

Category: student
Once you have successfully registered at GTUC, taken part in the matriculation process and undertaken your medical examination, you will be issued with your ID card. Failure to take part in any of the stated processes will cause a delay in the issuance of the ID card, and in some cases penalties incurred.

Category: student

Parents

In order to facilitate the process of obtaining a visa on arrival, you will need to provide the Office of Student Affairs with the documents stated below, to present on your behalf at Ghana Immigration:

  • A copy of the data page of your passport
  • A copy of your Admission letter
  • A copy of payment of school fees
  • An introductory letter

As the University will provide your introductory letter, you will need to provide the University with the following details:

  • Place of embarkation
  • Date of arrival
  • Duration of stay
  • Purpose
  • Accommodation details

You can apply for extension of the permit.

Category: student
It is an offence not to possess a residence permit and a penalty will be applied to students who flout this directive.

Category: student
The process takes a week. However, if you would like the school to undertake this process for you, then please allow a maximum of 6 weeks for completion.

Category: student
Please note that the resident permit costs $150 although this is subject to change according to Ghana Immigration Service.

Category: student
If you require an introductory letter to apply for a residence permit or a renewal, you will need to go to International Programmes Office.

Category: student
Upon receiving your admission letter you should apply for a student’s visa from a Ghana High Commission, Consulate or other Embassy authorised by the Government of Ghana to issue visas on her behalf.

Upon arrival in Ghana you will have to apply for a residence permit from the Ghana Immigration Service. The International Programmes  Office will provide you with an introductory letter to help facilitate this process.  The office can also assist you obtain a residence permit.

Items required for obtaining an introductory letter for a residence permit:

  • Receipt of Payment from the Accounts Office
  • Non-Citizen Ghana card
  • Copy of student ID card
  • Contact number of student in Ghana
  • Copy of the photo page of your passport

Upon arrival in Ghana, all international students MUST register with their High Commissions/Embassies at their earliest convenience.

Category: student
Students requiring an attestation letter or introductory letter for purposes other than those relating to residence permits, will need to make an application to the Office of the Registrar through the Student Services Office.

The application should state the following:

  • The purpose of the introductory letter,
  • Index Number
  • Level,
  • Programme,
  • Full name.

You are also required to attach the following documents:

  • Payment receipt
  • Photocopy of their ID card (front and back)
Category: student
Once certificates are issued, names cannot be changed. Students are encouraged to check with the Exams and Records unit to ensure the correct spelling and arrangement of their names before the completion of their programme.

Category: student
Yes you can. You will need to produce legal documentation to the Exams and Records Office as proof of change of name.

Category: student
Yes you can, however, GTUC will only use the name in the admission records.

Category: student
Where your name has been spelt incorrectly, contact the Admissions Office as soon as possible where one of the Officers will be able to assist you to address this issue.

Category: student
Admissions Office where an Admissions Officer would assist appropriately, if the change is permitted. Student should provided valid student Identification in this process. In the absence of the valid student ID, students can use their admission letters.

Category: student
You will need to pay for a new one at the Accounts Office. Receipt of payment should be presented to the Information Technology Support Service (ITSS) Officer who will assist you to have your card replaced.

Category: student
Once you have successfully registered at GTUC, taken part in the matriculation process and undertaken your medical examination, you will be issued with your ID card. Failure to take part in any of the stated processes will cause a delay in the issuance of the ID card, and in some cases penalties incurred.

Category: student