Students – FAQs
I have paid part of my school fees and I would like to pay the rest, however I have noticed that the balance is more than I expected. What can I do about this?
Applications received after the above dates will not be considered.
- All scholarship applicants must be in good standing with no adverse disciplinary action against them.
- All awards are tentative subject to final verification of academic records.
- Full-time enrollment in a regular Diploma, Top Up or Degree programme is required.
- Completion of all assigned and registered credit hours in the chosen programme is essential if the renewal or re-application of the scholarship is to be sought.
- Scholarship recipients must maintain the required cumulative weighted average (CWA). Grades are subject to review on a semester by semester basis. For under graduate programmes, any scholarship recipient who earns a CWA of less than 70.00 will automatically forfeit the scholarship.
For graduate programmes students whose grades fall below an “A” – that is 70.00 to 74.00 will automatically forfeit the scholarship scheme.
Scholarships will be limited to the costs of tuition, University fees and, in selected cases, books.
I would like to establish a branch of my church for students at GTUC to fellowship in. Is it possible?
Exams and Records
- Report the situation to the police and obtain a police report. (It is advised you make a copy of this)
- Report the incident to Ghana Immigration Service, presenting the police report.
- Contact your embassy in Ghana in order to start the process for a new passport. Ensure that your police report is on hand in case it is required.
National Identification Authority Head Office at Tetteh Quarshie near the Gulf House, Accra.
Ghana Immigration Head Office – Accra
- application for and issuance of a driver’s license;
- opening of individual or personal bank accounts;
- purchase of insurance policies;
- transactions specified under the National Health Insurance Scheme;
- registration of SIM cards;
Non-Citizen ID cards are required by Ghanaian law