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Best 5+ Tourism and Hospitality Management Jobs

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In today’s article, we explore the tourism and hospitality management jobs in Ghana | hospitality tourism management careers.

It is quite interesting how graduates have to suffer to make decisions about the career pattern they would love to swing to at any point in their lives.

Finding a job opportunity right after school is not as easy as many of us will think, especially in our part of the world.

At least the complaint of many graduates who are heavily struggling out there for job opportunities after school is no news to us.

Most students at universities are reading courses which at the end of the day choosing a career path to follow becomes very difficult and in many instances, most people don’t even have any idea about the job opportunities that their courses provide.

This makes them ignorant of how to strategize their plans and make future decisions for the greater benefit of their lives after they complete their course.

We are pretty sure the question boggling the minds of most of us is why in a world where human capital is hugely demanded, young people are still struggling to land their short-term job employment opportunity if not a permanent one, at least for the meantime.

There are great career opportunities for exceptional people who have committed themselves to learn programs that are sought after by employers.

For most of the job openings requirements we have seen so far, there has been a clear demand for talented graduates as it is evident that no employer takes delight in employing incompetent crooks.

As a recruiter for a profit organization, one of the most important things to achieve or your top priority during a hiring process is to be able to select and hire the best candidate for your organization.

When we dive into historical records of employment over the years, most employees have sought after people with academic excellence or people who have had high-quality education.

It is no doubt that where you had your education, your degree class, and the reputation of the school you attended plays a crucial role in your chances of gaining employment chance.

Let us do this short analysis. Let’s assume that you have two different people looking for a job in a specific job category. One is from Harvard University with a good class and the other candidate is from the University of Bedfordshire who also has a good class.

In this scenario, they all meet the academic requirement because logically that is what every recruiter will care to know first. Now let’s look at the reputation of their schools. Harvard University has ranked ahead of the University of Bedfordshire in many university rankings.

Here, the employment decisions if they were to be hovering around these two, the person from Harvard would have the upper hand.

Information is key to landing your dream job after school. It’s worrying that we have a lot of people who are in school reading certain programs but surprisingly lack information about the job opportunities or career prospects that come with their program. Your excellence in landing a job will begin with your understanding of the industry you want to enter into.

The core requirements or the key skill requirements cannot be overlooked if you are serious to join other competent folks who are doing well in the industry.

The application process for any of the opportunities you will read about here will only begin once you have a pretty fair idea of the opportunities available in the first place.

Moreover, the diverse job opportunities this course provides are very huge. Getting into these careers may rely on having the appropriate skills from the modules you choose, so think about this when choosing subjects throughout your degree.

Let’s quickly look at some of the tourism and hospitality management Jobs available for students who are doing their possible best.

Tourism and hospitality management Jobs Include;

The following are the tourism and hospitality management jobs that every tourism and hospitality management jobs enthusiast can explore;

  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Food & Beverage Management.
  • Front Office Reception.
  • Resort Management.
  • Restaurant Management.
  • Spa And Wellness Management.

How much do logistics and supply chain management graduates earn?

A person working with a degree in tourism and hospitality management typically earns around 1,750 per month. Salaries range to 5,171 GHS. This is the average monthly salary including housing, transport, and other benefits.

Conclusion

From the detailed analysis and presentation of the various job opportunities this peculiar course provides, we can agree that regardless of anything being it obstacles that are cutting you of from making a good decision about a future job which your course may provide, these suggestions of what your course’s job opportunities entail may be a great guide in achieving a lot and making clear and important life decisions.

Now you can go on and appreciate your course and work towards an amazing future.

Top 7+ Jobs in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

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In today’s article, we explore the jobs in logistics and supply chain management in Ghana | careers in logistics and supply chain management.

It is quite interesting how graduates have to suffer to make decisions about the career pattern they would love to swing to at any point in their lives.

Finding a job opportunity right after school is not as easy as many of us will think, especially in our part of the world.

At least the complaint of many graduates who are heavily struggling out there for job opportunities after school is no news to us.

Most students at universities are reading courses which at the end of the day choosing a career path to follow becomes very difficult and in many instances, most people don’t even have any idea about the job opportunities that their courses provide.

This makes them ignorant of how to strategize their plans and make future decisions for the greater benefit of their lives after they complete their course.

We are pretty sure the question boggling the minds of most of us is why in a world where human capital is hugely demanded, young people are still struggling to land their short-term job employment opportunity if not a permanent one, at least for the meantime.

There are great career opportunities for exceptional people who have committed themselves to learn programs that are sought after by employers.

For most of the job openings requirements we have seen so far, there has been a clear demand for talented graduates as it is evident that no employer takes delight in employing incompetent crooks.

As a recruiter for a profit organization, one of the most important things to achieve or your top priority during a hiring process is to be able to select and hire the best candidate for your organization.

When we dive into historical records of employment over the years, most employees have sought after people with academic excellence or people who have had high-quality education.

It is no doubt that where you had your education, your degree class, and the reputation of the school you attended plays a crucial role in your chances of gaining employment chance.

Let us do this short analysis. Let’s assume that you have two different people looking for a job in a specific job category. One is from Harvard University with a good class and the other candidate is from the University of Bedfordshire who also has a good class.

In this scenario, they all meet the academic requirement because logically that is what every recruiter will care to know first. Now let’s look at the reputation of their schools. Harvard University has ranked ahead of the University of Bedfordshire in many university rankings.

Here, the employment decisions if they were to be hovering around these two, the person from Harvard would have the upper hand.

Information is key to landing your dream job after school. It’s worrying that we have a lot of people who are in school reading certain programs but surprisingly lack information about the job opportunities or career prospects that come with their program. Your excellence in landing a job will begin with your understanding of the industry you want to enter into.

The core requirements or the key skill requirements cannot be overlooked if you are serious to join other competent folks who are doing well in the industry.

The application process for any of the opportunities you will read about here will only begin once you have a pretty fair idea of the opportunities available in the first place.

Moreover, the diverse job opportunities this course provides are very huge. Getting into these careers may rely on having the appropriate skills from the modules you choose, so think about this when choosing subjects throughout your degree.

Let’s quickly look at some of the Jobs in Logistics and Supply Chain Management available for students who are doing their possible best.

Jobs in Logistics and Supply Chain Management Include;

The following are the Jobs in Logistics and Supply Chain Management that every Logistics and Supply Chain Management enthusiast can explore;

  • Investment recovery
  • Distribution
  • Inventory control
  • Logistics
  • Manufacturing supervision
  • Materials management
  • Packaging
  • Procurement and purchasing

How much do logistics and supply chain management graduates earn?

A person working with a degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management typically earns around 1,750 per month. Salaries range to 5,171 GHS. This is the average monthly salary including housing, transport, and other benefits.

Conclusion

From the detailed analysis and presentation of the various job opportunities this peculiar course provides, we can agree that regardless of anything being it obstacles that are cutting you of from making a good decision about a future job which your course may provide, these suggestions of what your course’s job opportunities entail may be a great guide in achieving a lot and making clear and important life decisions.

Now you can go on and appreciate your course and work towards an amazing future.

Best Jobs for Recent Law School Graduates

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In today’s article, we explore the jobs for recent law school graduates in Ghana | Graduate jobs for law students.

It is quite interesting how graduates have to suffer to make decisions about the career pattern they would love to swing to at any point in their lives.

Finding a job opportunity right after school is not as easy as many of us will think, especially in our part of the world.

At least the complaint of many graduates who are heavily struggling out there for job opportunities after school is no news to us.

Most students at universities are reading courses which at the end of the day choosing a career path to follow becomes very difficult and in many instances, most people don’t even have any idea about the job opportunities that their courses provide.

This makes them ignorant of how to strategize their plans and make future decisions for the greater benefit of their lives after they complete their course.

We are pretty sure the question boggling the minds of most of us is why in a world where human capital is hugely demanded, young people are still struggling to land their short-term job employment opportunity if not a permanent one, at least for the meantime.

There are great career opportunities for exceptional people who have committed themselves to learn programs that are sought after by employers.

For most of the job openings requirements we have seen so far, there has been a clear demand for talented graduates as it is evident that no employer takes delight in employing incompetent crooks.

As a recruiter for a profit organization, one of the most important things to achieve or your top priority during a hiring process is to be able to select and hire the best candidate for your organization.

When we dive into historical records of employment over the years, most employees have sought after people with academic excellence or people who have had high-quality education.

It is no doubt that where you had your education, your degree class, and the reputation of the school you attended plays a crucial role in your chances of gaining employment chance.

Let us do this short analysis. Let’s assume that you have two different people looking for a job in a specific job category. One is from Harvard University with a good class and the other candidate is from the University of Bedfordshire who also has a good class.

In this scenario, they all meet the academic requirement because logically that is what every recruiter will care to know first. Now let’s look at the reputation of their schools. Harvard University has ranked ahead of the University of Bedfordshire in many university rankings.

Here, the employment decisions if they were to be hovering around these two, the person from Harvard would have the upper hand.

Information is key to landing your dream job after school. It’s worrying that we have a lot of people who are in school reading certain programs but surprisingly lack information about the job opportunities or career prospects that come with their program. Your excellence in landing a job will begin with your understanding of the industry you want to enter into.

The core requirements or the key skill requirements cannot be overlooked if you are serious to join other competent folks who are doing well in the industry.

The application process for any of the opportunities you will read about here will only begin once you have a pretty fair idea of the opportunities available in the first place.

Moreover, the diverse job opportunities this course provides are very huge. Getting into these careers may rely on having the appropriate skills from the modules you choose, so think about this when choosing subjects throughout your degree.

Let’s quickly look at some of the jobs for recent law school graduates available for students who are doing their possible best.

Jobs for Recent Law School Graduates Include;

The following are the Jobs for recent law school graduates that every law enthusiast can explore;

  • Contracts’ lawyer.
  • Corporate lawyer.
  • Bankruptcy paralegal.
  • Litigation paralegal.
  • General practice lawyer.
  • Associate attorney.
  • Immigration lawyer.
  • Intellectual property lawyer.

How much do recent Law graduates earn?

A person working with a degree in Law typically earns around 1,155 per month. Salaries range to 5,171 GHS. This is the average monthly salary including housing, transport, and other benefits.

Conclusion

From the detailed analysis and presentation of the various job opportunities this peculiar course provides, we can agree that regardless of anything being it obstacles that are cutting you of from making a good decision about a future job which your course may provide, these suggestions of what your course’s job opportunities entail may be a great guide in achieving a lot and making clear and important life decisions.

Now you can go on and appreciate your course and work towards an amazing future.

Our disqualification is unconstitutional; Dean cleared us on May 18 – Kwapong Hall JCR Presidential Aspirants

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The team of Caleb Elorm Kadu and Samuel Ackom, presidential and vice presidential aspirants in the 2021 Alexander Adum Kwapong Hall Junior Common Room elections have described the invalidation of their candidature by the Dean of Students as unconstitutional.

In an exclusive interview with sucessafrica.info, the two said that the Dean of Students approved their candidature in a letter to the Electoral Commission dated 18th May 2021 with reference number DS/AKH/C41.

This letter was ostensibly to affirm that all aspirants of the election had met the CGPA requirement and were duely qualified to contest in the election.

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It is on this basis that the two say the subsequent letter of Dean of Students dated 27th May 2021, in the form of a response to a petition presented by Andy Ackah on the ineligibility of some of the aspirants, declaring that Caleb Kadu and Maame Aba Dampare as unqualified to contest is strange and in contravention of the provision stated in the University of Ghana Students Representative Council Constitution — Chapter 6, Article 20 (1b) which states that

“A student shall not be qualified for election to any executive office unless:

He has attained a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.0 as at the time of filing his nomination”

The two say that insofar as the Dean of Student Affairs confirmed they were eligible as of May 18 2021, it is unconstitutional to use another CGPA of a different time/date to disqualify a candidate, particularly after an earlier clearance at the time of nominations.

Building Social Life: The Impacts Of Extracurricular Activities

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The nature of the school system is one which poses a lot of opportunities to all and sundry thus everyone has a choice in being a part of an association or society outside the classroom setting.

I have read a number of pieces about the University structure and diverse articles but it’s quite intriguing how no one has focused on the extracurricular side of the school system.

Here in our university, KNUST, more than 30 associations are available under the auspices of the Sports Directorate. Not to talk of those which are independent of the Sports Directorate’s supervision.

It’s with much enthusiasm that I find this peculiar topic a very sensitive one to be discussed since it seems to be very necessary but mostly ignored by students on various basis.

Quite a huge investment is made by the school’s administration in these various societies on campus.

To begin with, I have had the chance to be exposed to a number of social groups and societies, some which I have been a member of and others that I have heard a great deal of things that they are doing to impact the lives of students.

The Enactus KNUST, KNUST Debate Society (KDS), KNUSTStudents’ Activist (KSA), KNUST Students’ Parliament House (KSPH), The various media groups on campus, Old Students’ Association of various Senior High School, TESCON, TEIN, other political associations, Sports associations (Tennis groups, Volleyball teams, football and basketball teams, School sport team and many more), Study groups, and many more are amazing groups that every student should be exposed.

The focus of these groups is based on the narrative of creating safe spaces for all students to have a space of belonging where they can share ideas, partake in tournaments, address student issues, develop their skills and interact enough to build their social life and intellectual capacity.

The perspective in which this article focuses on is tuned towards the point of addressing the student populace on approaching such opportunities on campus and get themselves abreast with current issues and productive social programs and also network with as many people as they can on their stay on campus.

I find this article as a clarion call on all stakeholders and leaders of various social and intellectual groups as a point of reflection where it’s high time their endless and productive support to build the various sector of the student life be recognized and appreciated.

Moreover, as students of this noble University, it’s high time that our involvement in diverse activities outside the classroom or academic work got a level of relevance since it is through these groups that we build our social capital and create an environment where we can be productive intellectually outside our books and get involved in the country and the world as a whole where we can learn new skills or develop our talents and knowledge as well as build our capacity and also be active in making right decisions through the information that we get exposed to during such important discourse in these associations and societies.

Furthermore, before any of these associations or student groups can carry on their activities successfully, it will be dependent on how much support and attention that the school’s administration decides to give to them.

Thus, as a humble plea to all stakeholders, it will be very much appreciated and beneficial to all if the needed help and attention is given to these groups since they have an influence in the lives of students.

With regards to the impacts that these extra-curricular activities pose on the lives of students and the school as a whole, I believe if much attention and investment are channeled into these fields, a lot of benefits will be achieved. I am Ninnette Bediako and I believe the people matter!!

Cindy Adamson: All The Facts About Karrueche Tran’s Mother

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In today’s post, we highlight all the facts you need to know about Cindy Adamson, the Mother of American Actress and Model, Karrueche Tran.

Who is Cindy Adamson?

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Karrueche Tran In Picture with Cindy Adamson

Cindy Adamson is a Vietnamese-American woman who is famous for being the mother of the beautiful model Karrueche Tran. Karrueche Tran is the ex-girlfriend of American top singer and songwriter Chris Brown.

Although Her true age is unknown, the woman who gave birth to the beautiful celebrity model is believed to be in her early-50s (He is about 51 years old from the way she looks). Cindy stands beautiful and everyone knows exactly where Karrueche got her beauty from.

Cindy Adamson’s marriage with Karrueche’s father, Devon Minters (a Jamaican-American) didn’t last long. The couples separated shortly after the Karrueche Tran was born.

According to Karrueche Tran, she found out that her biological father Devon was gay when she was in her middle school years, Which makes It safe to assume that it is one of the reasons her parents went their separate ways.

Karrueche tran’s parents, Cindy had two children, Karrueche and her brother Raymond Adamson

Cindy Adamson maintained a very close relationship with her daughter Karrueche Tran and her son. One time Karrueche was spotted helping her younger brother Raymond celebrate his birthday in West Hollywood, California, on a Sunday night.

The model first took her baby brother and his pals to Hollywood’s Dave & Buster’s to play some video and arcade games. Later it was time for a quieter family affair, with Karrueche and Ray joined by mom Cindy for some sushi at Sunset Boulevard establishment, Roku.

Cindy Adamson Instagram

There is no Instagram Facebook or Twitter account can be linked to Cindy Adamson as of now. Apart from this, it is very clear that She has chosen to live a seriously secret life devoid of media attention. There is no known public information about her. More of Cindy’s pictures can be found on her Daughter’s Instagram

Net Worth

As at now her net worth is unknown to the public.

 

Karrueche Tran: All You Need To Know About The American Model And Actress

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In todays post, we highlight all the details you need to know about Karrueche Tran, the famous American Actress and Model.

Who is Karrueche Tran?

Karrueche Tran is an American actress and model who was born on May 17, 1988. Tran is known for her role as Virginia Loc on the TNT series Claws.

Karrueche Tran is a native of Los Angeles, California. She was brought up by her Mother, Cindy Adamson, who is a Vietnamese and Jamaican godmother. Her father, Devon Minters, is an African American.

Karrueche Tran is identified as Asian and Black. She has a younger brother who is known as Raymond Adamson.

Karrueche Tran rose to fame after her relationship with the RnB artist Chris Brown hit the internet. Her career as an actress and model became prominent in the entertainment industry after her relationship with Singer and Songwriter hit the internet.

“The bay”, a television series in 2013 was her first feature in the movie industry. She was known as Vivian Johnson in the series. She has since been featured in several movies and nominated for several awards.

How old is karrueche Tran?

Karuecche Tran was born on May 17, 1988, in Los Angeles California. She was born to Cindy Adamson and Devon Minters.

At a tender age, she was brought up by her Mother, Cindy Adamson, who is a Vietnamese and Jamaican godmother. Her father, Devon Minters, is an African American.

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Аѕ оf Јulу 2021, Каrruесhе Тrаn hаѕ аn еѕtіmаtеd nеt wоrth оf $1 mіllіоn. Ѕhе mаdе hеr fоrtunе frоm hеr wоrk аѕ аn асtоr аnd mоdеl. Каrruесhе hаѕ bееn dоіng ѕоmе рhоtоѕhооtѕ fоr brаndѕ ѕuсh аѕ Lе Соq Ѕроrtіf. Неr mоѕt еаrnіngѕ frоm асtіng соmе frоm thе ѕеrіеѕ Тhе Вау, ѕеrіеѕ Vаnіtу, аnd thе fіlm Оnlу fоr Оnе Nіght. Каrruесhе Тrаn’ѕ 2017 арреаrаnсе іnсludеѕ а drаmа ѕеrіеѕ thаt аіr оn ТNТ саllеd Сlаwѕ.

Karrueche Tran IG

The American has about 10 million followers on her official Instagram account where she posts a lot about her shows, movies she’s featured in and fun trips she embarks on with friends and family.

See her Instagram profile below;

Who is karrueche tran dating?

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Karrueche Tran and Chris Brown

In 2011, Tran began dating R&B singer Chris Brown. Brown reconciled with his ex-girlfriend, singer Rihanna, and the duo had a brief breakup. Brown and Tran continued their relationship after the latter’s relationship ended, but parted after it was revealed in March 2015 that Brown had a daughter, Royalty Brown, with Nia Guzman.

After accusing Brown of being physically abusive and threatening her, Tran was granted a temporary 100-yard restraining order in February 2017. In June 2017, she was awarded a 5-year restraining order against Brown after testifying under oath.

Tran dated Victor Cruz, a former football player, from November 2017 to January 2021.

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2015 3-Headed Shark Attack Maggie
2015 PrXde Kat Short film
2016 A Weekend with the Family Courtney Clancy
2016 The Nice Guys Tally-in-Porn
2016 Only for One Night Chloe
2016 Welcome to Willits Besh
2018 Never Heard Paris
2018 The Honor List Sophie Stephens
2019 Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Con-Ployee #2
2019 Embattled Jade post-production

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2013 Rip the Runway Herself / Model Television film
2013–2016 The Bay Vivian Johnson Producer for episodes 2.1. and 2.8
2014 The Dead Diaries Lisa 1 episode, “Massacre”
2015 Single Ladies Samantha Gray 1 episode, “Build”
2015 Vanity Vanessa Ivy 11 episodes
2015 Truth be Told Monica 1 episode, “The Wedding”
2016 Relationship Status Jane 1 episode, “The Wedding Party”
2016 Catfish Cohost 1 episode, “Brandon and McKenna”
2017–present Claws Virginia Loc Main role; 30 episodes
2020 Deputy Genevieve Recurring
2021 Games People Play Eden Lazlo Main Role

Awards

Year Award Category For/Role Work Result
2016 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series Producer The Bay Won
Burbank International Film Festival Best Short, New Media Producer The Bay Won
HollyWeb Festival Best Online Soap Producer The Bay Won
Indie Series Award Drama Best Supporting Actress The Bay Nominated
2017 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Digital Daytime Drama Series Producer The Bay Won
Indie Series Award Drama Best Supporting Actress The Bay Nominated

 

Devon Minters: All You Need To Know About Karrueche Tran’s Father

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In today’s post, we bring you the detailed information you need to know about the popular Devon Minters, the biological father of Karrueche Tran.

Who is Devon Minters?

Devin Minters is a Jamaican-American man who is famously known to be the biological father of the gorgeous model and ex-girlfriend of popular American Singer and Songwriter Chris Brown, Karrueche Tran.

The father of the beautiful model is believed to be in his mid-50s even though his actual age is not known. The handsome stands at 5 feet 8 from the ground and weighs 65kg.

Devon’s marriage with Karrueche’s mom, Cindy Adamson, a Vietnamese-American didn’t last long. The couple separated shortly after their Model Celebrity, Karrueche Tran was born.

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According to various reports, Karrueche Tran is believed to have found out that her biological father, Devon Minters, was gay when she was in her middle school years. This makes it prudent to assume that the abrupt end of the relationship was a result of the father been gay.

Karrueche Tran was not the only child of Devin Minters and Cindy Adamson, they had a handsome son called Raymond Adamson.

The end of Devon Minters’ relationship with Cindy did not prevent him from the fatherly care he had for his children. Devon Minters has still maintained a good relationship with her daughter and son despite their separation.

Devon Minters has been captured on several occasions having a good time with his children in lavish restaurants.

WAEC Releases Results of 2021 For BECE Private Candidates

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The West African Examinations Council (WAEC), has released the results of the 2021 Basic Certificate Examination (BECE) for private candidates who sat for the exams earlier this year.

The results are available on WAEC’s website.

“The Council has posted the results online and candidates may access their results at the Council’s website at www.waecgh.org,” a statement signed by Mrs. Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, Head of Public Affairs at WAEC added.

The examination is both for certification and selection into Senior High Schools and Technical Institutes in Ghana.

It consists of candidates who previously sat for BECE but could not make the required grade(s) and first-timer candidates.

The examination is conducted in the regional capitals of Ghana in February each year.

A total of 1,067 candidates made up of 584 males and 483 females sat for the 2021 examination, which was written at 11 centres throughout the country.

Out of the total number of candidates who registered, 929 sat for the examination, while 138 candidates were absent, according to WAEC.

Candidates who wish to check their results online may want to check out our detailed article on how to check BECE results using the phone here.

Full Statement 

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Cut Off Points For Teacher Training Colleges In Ghana 2021

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Cut Off Points For Teacher Training Colleges In Ghana | Cut off Points For Teacher Training | Cut off Points for Colleges of Education or Training College Cut Off Points 2021/2022.

Management of the various College of Education, formerly teacher training Colleges has released the cut off points for prospective candidates or applicants seeking admission.

In this detailed article, we have outlined the core courses and relevant elective subjects that applicants may need to gain admission to the schools’ education programmes.

This guide applies not only to applicants applying for degree programs but diploma programmes too.

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What are Cut Off Points For Teacher Training Colleges In Ghana?

The cut off points refer to the lowest possible score on an exam, standardized test, or another form of assessment that a student must earn to either pass or be considered proficient.

Management of schools uses the cut off points to determine grades or results you need to obtain to qualify for admission into a specific program.

Cut off points are set by experts using various sophisticated psychometric methods on large-scale standardized tests or assessments.

In Ghana, various colleges of education use almost similar cut off points for admission purposes.

Before you check on the Cut off points for teacher training Colleges, you may want to also check their admission requirements and all details about their admission forms here.

Applicants who want to also check on the list of available teacher training Colleges in Ghana.

WASSCE /SSSCE /TVET Qualification For Applicants

The general Cut off point for admission to the Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) and Bachelor of Education programme are as follows:

WASSCE Holders: Credit Passes (A1-C6) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two elective subjects relevant to the programme of choice.

SSSCE Holders: Credits (A-D) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to the Programme of choice.

TVET HOLDERS: Applicants must have credits in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, which must include English Language and Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to ones programme of choice.

  • Candidates awaiting results for September/October, 2021 WASSCE can also apply.

Cut Off Points For Teacher Training Colleges In Ghana 2021

The Cut Off Point for Teacher Training Colleges in Ghana 2021 is aggregate 30. Applicants are to have credit passes (A1-C6) in three core subjects including Core mathematics and English. Credit passes in two elective subjects (A1-C6) would also be considered in calculating the cut off points.

So in effect, three core subjects and two elective subjects would be used to calculate Cut off points 2021 for various Colleges of Education which is aggregate 30.

Find below the Cut off Points for teacher training Colleges in Ghana below (School based);

1. Abetifi Presbyterian College of Education Cut Off Points

2. Accra College of Education Cut Off Points

3. Ada College of Education Cut Off Points

4. Agogo Presbyterian College of Education Cut Off Points

5. Akatsi College of Education Cut Off Points

6. Akrokerri College of Education Cut Off Points 

7. Atebubu College of Education Cut Off Points

8. Bagabaga College of Education Cut Off Points

9. Berekum College of Education Cut Off Points

10. Bimbila E.P. College of Education Cut Off Points

11. Dambai College of Education Cut Off Points

12. Enchi College of Education Cut Off Points

13. Evangelical Presbyterian College of Education Cut Off Points

14. Foso College of Education Cut Off Points

15. Gbewaa College of Education Cut Off Points

16. Holy Child College of Education Cut Off Points

17. Jasikan College of Education Cut Off Points

18. Kibi Presbyterian College of Education Cut Off Points

19. Komenda College of Education Cut Off Points

20. Mampong Technical College of Education Cut Off Points

21. Mount Mary College of Education Cut Off Points

22. Nusrat Jahan College of Education Cut Off Points

23. Offinso College of Education Cut Off Points

24. Ola College of Education Cut Off Points

25. Peki College of Education Cut Off Points

26. Presbyterian College of Education Cut Off Points

27. Presbyterian Women’s College of Education Cut Off Points

28. SDA College of Education, Asokore-Koforidua Cut Off Points

29. St John Bosco College of Education, Navrongo Cut Off Points

30. St. Francis’ College of Education, Hohoe Cut Off Points

31. St. Joseph College of Education, Bechem Cut Off Points

32. St. Louis College of Education, Kumasi Cut Off Points

33. St. Monica’s College of Education, Mampong-Ashanti Cut Off Points

34. St. Teresa’s College of Education, Hohoe Cut Off Points

35. Tamale College of Education, Tamale Cut Off Points

36. Tumu College of Education,Tumu Cut Off Points

37. Wesley College of Education, Kumasi Cut Off Points

38. Wiawso College of Education, Wiawso Cut Off Points

Cut Off Points for Colleges of Education (Private Colleges)

1. AIM Professionals Institute and Training College, Ho Cut Off Points

2. Cambridge Teacher Training College Cut Off Points

3. Holy Spirit College of Education, Ho Cut Off Points

4. Jackson College Of Education, KNUST – Kumasi Cut Off Points

5. McCoy College Of Education, Nadowli-WA Cut Off Points

6. Methodist College of Education, Akim Oda Cut Off Points

7. SDA College of Education, Agona-Kumasi Cut Off Points

8. St Ambrose College of Education, Dromaa Akwamu, B/A Cut Off Points

Below are the Cut Off Points by Subjects for all the colleges of Education in Ghana for 2021/2022 academic year;

Programme Options WASSCE Applicants SSCE Applicants
B.Ed. General(With Specializations in Primary and Junior High School). Credit (A1-C6)in Three (3) CORE subjects, including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3)  Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice
 B.Ed. SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS Credit (A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice. Credit(A-D) in (3) CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
 B.Ed. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relaxant to the course of choice. Credit (A-D) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
B.Ed. FRENCH Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective subjects including FRENCH. Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three(3) Elective subjects including FRENCH.
B.Ed. TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL(APPLICANTS WITH TVET QUALIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and PASSES in Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course.
B.Ed TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL( APLICANTS WITH WASSCE/SSSCE QULIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three Core subjects, including English and Mathematics and Three elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course. CREDIT ( A-D) in Three Core Subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three Elective Subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course..

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St. Ambrose College of Education Cut Off Points 2021/2022

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St. Ambrose College of Education Cut Off Points | Cut off Points For St. Ambrose College of Education 2021/2022.

Management of the prestigious St. Ambrose College of Education has released the cut off points for prospective candidates or applicants seeking admission.

In this detailed article, we have outlined the core courses and relevant elective subjects that applicants may need to gain admission to the schools’ education programmes.

This guide applies not only to applicants applying for degree programs but diploma programmes too.

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What are Cut Off Points?

The cut off points refer to the lowest possible score on an exam, standardized test, or another form of assessment that a student must earn to either pass or be considered proficient.

Management of schools uses the cut off points to determine grades or results you need to obtain to qualify for admission into a specific program.

Cut off points are set by experts using various sophisticated psychometric methods on large-scale standardized tests or assessments.

In Ghana, various colleges of education use almost similar cut off points for admission purposes.

Before you check on the Cut off points for St. Ambrose College of Education, you may want to also check their admission requirements and all details about their admission forms here.

Applicants who want to also check on the list of available courses for this institution my click on this link to check them out.

WASSCE /SSSCE /TVET Qualification For Applicants

The general Cut off point for admission to the Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) and Bachelor of Education programme are as follows:

WASSCE Holders: Credit Passes (A1-C6) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two elective subjects relevant to the programme of choice.

SSSCE Holders: Credits (A-D) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to the Programme of choice.

TVET HOLDERS: Applicants must have credits in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, which must include English Language and Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to ones programme of choice.

  • Candidates awaiting results for September/October, 2021 WASSCE can also apply.

St. Ambrose College of Education Cut Off Points 2021

The St. Ambrose College of Education 2021 is aggregate 30. Applicants are to have credit passes (A1-C6) in three core subjects including Core mathematics and English. Credit passes in two elective subjects (A1-C6) would also be considered in calculating the cut off points.

So in effect, three core subjects and two elective subjects would be used to calculate St. Ambrose College of Education Cut off points 2021 which is aggregate 30.

Below are the St. Ambrose College of Education Cut Off Points 2021/2022 academic year for various programmes available here;

Programme Options WASSCE Applicants SSCE Applicants
B.Ed. General(With Specializations in Primary and Junior High School). Credit (A1-C6)in Three (3) CORE subjects, including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3)  Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice
 B.Ed. SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS Credit (A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice. Credit(A-D) in (3) CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
 B.Ed. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relaxant to the course of choice. Credit (A-D) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
B.Ed. FRENCH Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective subjects including FRENCH. Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three(3) Elective subjects including FRENCH.
B.Ed. TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL(APPLICANTS WITH TVET QUALIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and PASSES in Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course.
B.Ed TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL( APLICANTS WITH WASSCE/SSSCE QULIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three Core subjects, including English and Mathematics and Three elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course. CREDIT ( A-D) in Three Core Subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three Elective Subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course..

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SDA College of Education, Agona Cut Off Points 2021/2022

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SDA College of Education, Agona Cut Off Points | Cut off Points For SDA College of Education, Agona 2021/2022.

Management of the prestigious SDA College of Education, Agona has released the cut off points for prospective candidates or applicants seeking admission.

In this detailed article, we have outlined the core courses and relevant elective subjects that applicants may need to gain admission to the schools’ education programmes.

This guide applies not only to applicants applying for degree programs but diploma programmes too.

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What are Cut Off Points?

The cut off points refer to the lowest possible score on an exam, standardized test, or another form of assessment that a student must earn to either pass or be considered proficient.

Management of schools uses the cut off points to determine grades or results you need to obtain to qualify for admission into a specific program.

Cut off points are set by experts using various sophisticated psychometric methods on large-scale standardized tests or assessments.

In Ghana, various colleges of education use almost similar cut off points for admission purposes.

Before you check on the Cut off points for SDA College of Education, Agona, you may want to also check their admission requirements and all details about their admission forms here.

Applicants who want to also check on the list of available courses for this institution my click on this link to check them out.

WASSCE /SSSCE /TVET Qualification For Applicants

The general Cut off point for admission to the Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) and Bachelor of Education programme are as follows:

WASSCE Holders: Credit Passes (A1-C6) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two elective subjects relevant to the programme of choice.

SSSCE Holders: Credits (A-D) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to the Programme of choice.

TVET HOLDERS: Applicants must have credits in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, which must include English Language and Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to ones programme of choice.

  • Candidates awaiting results for September/October, 2021 WASSCE can also apply.

SDA College of Education, Agona Cut Off Point 2021

The SDA College of Education, Agona 2021 is aggregate 30. Applicants are to have credit passes (A1-C6) in three core subjects including Core mathematics and English. Credit passes in two elective subjects (A1-C6) would also be considered in calculating the cut off points.

So in effect, three core subjects and two elective subjects would be used to calculate SDA College of Education, Agona Cut off points 2021 which is aggregate 30.

Below are the SDA College of Education, Agona Cut Off Points 2021/2022 academic year for various programmes available here;

Programme Options WASSCE Applicants SSCE Applicants
B.Ed. General(With Specializations in Primary and Junior High School). Credit (A1-C6)in Three (3) CORE subjects, including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3)  Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice
 B.Ed. SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS Credit (A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice. Credit(A-D) in (3) CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
 B.Ed. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relaxant to the course of choice. Credit (A-D) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
B.Ed. FRENCH Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective subjects including FRENCH. Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three(3) Elective subjects including FRENCH.
B.Ed. TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL(APPLICANTS WITH TVET QUALIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and PASSES in Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course.
B.Ed TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL( APLICANTS WITH WASSCE/SSSCE QULIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three Core subjects, including English and Mathematics and Three elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course. CREDIT ( A-D) in Three Core Subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three Elective Subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course..

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Methodist College of Education Cut Off Points 2021/2022

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Methodist College of Education Cut Off Points | Cut off Points For Methodist College of Education 2021/2022.

Management of the prestigious Methodist College of Education has released the cut off points for prospective candidates or applicants seeking admission.

In this detailed article, we have outlined the core courses and relevant elective subjects that applicants may need to gain admission to the schools’ education programmes.

This guide applies not only to applicants applying for degree programs but diploma programmes too.

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What are Cut Off Points?

The cut off points refer to the lowest possible score on an exam, standardized test, or another form of assessment that a student must earn to either pass or be considered proficient.

Management of schools uses the cut off points to determine grades or results you need to obtain to qualify for admission into a specific program.

Cut off points are set by experts using various sophisticated psychometric methods on large-scale standardized tests or assessments.

In Ghana, various colleges of education use almost similar cut off points for admission purposes.

Before you check on the Cut off points for Methodist College of Education, you may want to also check their admission requirements and all details about their admission forms here.

Applicants who want to also check on the list of available courses for this institution my click on this link to check them out.

WASSCE /SSSCE /TVET Qualification For Applicants

The general Cut off point for admission to the Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) and Bachelor of Education programme are as follows:

WASSCE Holders: Credit Passes (A1-C6) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two elective subjects relevant to the programme of choice.

SSSCE Holders: Credits (A-D) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to the Programme of choice.

TVET HOLDERS: Applicants must have credits in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, which must include English Language and Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to ones programme of choice.

  • Candidates awaiting results for September/October, 2021 WASSCE can also apply.

Methodist College of Education Cut Off Point 2021

The Methodist College of Education 2021 is aggregate 30. Applicants are to have credit passes (A1-C6) in three core subjects including Core mathematics and English. Credit passes in two elective subjects (A1-C6) would also be considered in calculating the cut off points.

So in effect, three core subjects and two elective subjects would be used to calculate Methodist College of Education Cut off points 2021 which is aggregate 30.

Below are the Methodist College of Education Cut Off Points 2021/2022 academic year for various programmes available here;

Programme Options WASSCE Applicants SSCE Applicants
B.Ed. General(With Specializations in Primary and Junior High School). Credit (A1-C6)in Three (3) CORE subjects, including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3)  Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice
 B.Ed. SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS Credit (A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice. Credit(A-D) in (3) CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
 B.Ed. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relaxant to the course of choice. Credit (A-D) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
B.Ed. FRENCH Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective subjects including FRENCH. Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three(3) Elective subjects including FRENCH.
B.Ed. TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL(APPLICANTS WITH TVET QUALIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and PASSES in Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course.
B.Ed TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL( APLICANTS WITH WASSCE/SSSCE QULIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three Core subjects, including English and Mathematics and Three elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course. CREDIT ( A-D) in Three Core Subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three Elective Subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course..

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McCoy College of Education Cut Off Points 2021/2022

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McCoy College of Education Cut Off Points | Cut off Points For McCoy College of Education 2021/2022.

Management of the prestigious McCoy College of Education has released the cut off points for prospective candidates or applicants seeking admission.

In this detailed article, we have outlined the core courses and relevant elective subjects that applicants may need to gain admission to the schools’ education programmes.

This guide applies not only to applicants applying for degree programs but diploma programmes too.

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What are Cut Off Points?

The cut off points refer to the lowest possible score on an exam, standardized test, or another form of assessment that a student must earn to either pass or be considered proficient.

Management of schools uses the cut off points to determine grades or results you need to obtain to qualify for admission into a specific program.

Cut off points are set by experts using various sophisticated psychometric methods on large-scale standardized tests or assessments.

In Ghana, various colleges of education use almost similar cut off points for admission purposes.

Before you check on the Cut off points for McCoy College of Education, you may want to also check their admission requirements and all details about their admission forms here.

Applicants who want to also check on the list of available courses for this institution my click on this link to check them out.

WASSCE /SSSCE /TVET Qualification For Applicants

The general Cut off point for admission to the Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) and Bachelor of Education programme are as follows:

WASSCE Holders: Credit Passes (A1-C6) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two elective subjects relevant to the programme of choice.

SSSCE Holders: Credits (A-D) in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Core Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to the Programme of choice.

TVET HOLDERS: Applicants must have credits in five (5) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, which must include English Language and Mathematics, and two (2) elective subjects relevant to ones programme of choice.

  • Candidates awaiting results for September/October, 2021 WASSCE can also apply.

Jackson College of Education Cut Off Point 2021

The McCoy College of Education 2021 is aggregate 30. Applicants are to have credit passes (A1-C6) in three core subjects including Core mathematics and English. Credit passes in two elective subjects (A1-C6) would also be considered in calculating the cut off points.

So in effect, three core subjects and two elective subjects would be used to calculate McCoy College of Education Cut off points 2021 which is aggregate 30.

Below are the McCoy College of Education Cut Off Points 2021/2022 academic year for various programmes available here;

Programme Options WASSCE Applicants SSCE Applicants
B.Ed. General(With Specializations in Primary and Junior High School). Credit (A1-C6)in Three (3) CORE subjects, including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3)  Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics, and Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the course of choice
 B.Ed. SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS Credit (A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice. Credit(A-D) in (3) CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
 B.Ed. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relaxant to the course of choice. Credit (A-D) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three (3) Elective Subjects relevant to the course of choice.
B.Ed. FRENCH Credit(A1-C6) in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three (3) Elective subjects including FRENCH. Credit (A-D) in Three (3) CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and Three(3) Elective subjects including FRENCH.
B.Ed. TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL(APPLICANTS WITH TVET QUALIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three (3)CORE subjects including English Language and  Mathematics and PASSES in Three (3) Elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course.
B.Ed TECHNICAL/VOCATIONAL( APLICANTS WITH WASSCE/SSSCE QULIFICATIONS) CREDIT in Three Core subjects, including English and Mathematics and Three elective subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course. CREDIT ( A-D) in Three Core Subjects including English Language and Mathematics and Three Elective Subjects relevant to the Technical/ Vocational Course..

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