The St. Teresa’s College of Education is one of the 46 Colleges of Education in the country.
St. Teresa’s College of Education, a female institution, which was originally called Women’s Training College (WOTRACO) was established on the 1st of November, 1961 with 35 pioneer students.
The college was founded by His Lordship Rt. Rev. Anthony Konings who was the Bishop of Keta Diocese.
The name of the College was changed to St. Teresa’s Training College in 1964 when the institution was placed under the patronage of St. Teresa of the Child Jesus and adopted the motto “Live the Truth in Charity”.
The college inherited the premises of a Sisters’ Convent which had two storey buildings and one bungalow. Between1963-1967 a number of structures for academic work and residence were built. A 6-unit classroom block and a Library were put in 2007 by the government.
In 1975, government converted the college into a Teachers’ Resource Centre against the wish of the Dioceses. The teacher training program was re-introduced in 1977 with the admission of men in addition to female students.
In the 1990/1991 academic year it was restored to its original status as a female institution.
The College, at the time of its establishment, offered the 2-year Teachers Certificate ‘B’ course. The first batch of Certificate ‘A’ 4-year trainees were admitted in 1962/63 were admitted.
St. Teresa’s College of Education Courses
Courses offered at the St. Teresa’s College of Education are the approved programs to be run by the colleges in Ghana. These are programs accredited by the National Accreditation Board and supervised by the Ministry of Education.
We have a dedicated page about all the courses offered by the St. Teresa’s College of Education. You may use the link above to access the page.
St. Teresa’s College of Education Admission Requirements
Admission Requirements are the minimum criteria the school use when accepting a student into the college.
Since the colleges of education in Ghana are under the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Education in consultation with other stakeholders like the Ghana Education Service set the admission requirements for all colleges of education in Ghana.
We have a dedicated page for the admission requirements for students who want to attend the St. Teresa’s College of Education you can access the admission requirements by using the highlighted link.
St. Teresa’s College of Education Admission Forms
Admission Form means the form provided by the school for parents/guidance to complete when accepting a place at the school. The admission forms for St. Teresa’s College of Education can be accessed by visiting our dedicated page.
The page also has other vital information like the price for the various forms on sale, the year of programs available for admission, and a bit of the admission requirements for program-specifics.
St. Teresa’s College of Education Admission List
The admission list of St. Teresa’s College of Education is the list of students who have successfully been offered a place to study in the college. Students who want to apply to this college use the common platform used to apply to all the teacher training colleges in Ghana.
Successful students who met the admission requirements and the cut-off point of the college are admitted.
The list of successful applicants is published on the school’s website and notice boards. Most often, applicants are sent text messages confirming their acceptance into the institution.
The admission list may be accessed by using our dedicated page for the admission list of St. Teresa’s College of Education.
St. Teresa’s College of Education Fees Schedule
The fees schedule of the St. Teresa’s College of Education is the approved academic fees and other related charges by the Ministry of Education.
Fees and most charges are determined by the Ministry of Education and Ghana Education Service.
However, you may have noticed that some colleges’ fees may be a bit higher compared to other colleges. This is because there are some extra charges the colleges of education are permitted to add to the approved fees.
You may visit our page for the fees schedule to determine the exact fees schedule of St. Teresa’s College of Education.
Applicants are advised to check the figures well to determine what they need to pay for and vice versa. All fees must be paid into the designated fees collection account of the college.
St. Teresa’s College of Education Cut Off Points
The Cut-Off Point for Teacher Training Colleges in Ghana 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 for various Colleges of Education, which is aggregate 30.
NB: Cut Off Points of various colleges of education are revised on yearly basis. To stay up-to-date, you may visit our dedicated page for the Cut Off Point for St. Teresa’s College of Education via the highlighted link.
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