In our guide on Teacher Training Colleges in Ghana, there is no doubt to admit that Ghana has made remarkable developments in improving its higher learning centres.
Education is becoming increasingly accessible because of the growing number of schools day in and day out.
Currently, students at any level can enrol in an institution of their choice to pursue their dreams.
Unlike the previous years, securing admission in Ghana is not difficult. However, to ensure you land in an institution of your choice, you need to analyse a few of them to get a glimpse of what to expect.
Every school comes with its demand. Due to that schools are normally ranked in Ghana. Like the case of Senior High Schools, they have been categorized into four parts, Ie, Category A, B, B, C, and D.
Category A, B, and C are various public and private senior high schools while Category D schools are the various technical and vocational schools in the country.
At the Tertiary Level, there are private and public universities, public technical and vocational schools, as well as various public and private nursing training colleges.
Ghana also has several public and private teacher training colleges affiliated with various autonomous universities in Ghana.
Wondering how you can apply to any of the teacher training colleges we have below? Don’t! Because we have a detailed guide on how to apply for teacher training colleges in Ghana here.
As of the time of this post, there were about 46 certified teacher training colleges in Ghana you can apply for.
In other to increase your chances of gaining admission into any of these teacher training colleges, you should check on the various admission requirement for teacher training colleges in Ghana.
Our article here also details all the cut off points for teacher training colleges in Ghana you need to meet to be considered for admission.
HERE ARE THE LIST OF COLLEGES OF EDUCATION IN GHANA TO APPLY TO.
1. Abetifi Presbyterian College of Education
4. Agogo Presbyterian College of Education
5. Akatsi College of Education
6. Akrokerri College of Education
7. Atebubu College of Education
8. Bagabaga College of Education
9. Berekum College of Education
10. Bimbila E.P. College of Education
11. Dambai College of Education
12. Enchi College of Education
13. Evangelical Presbyterian College of Education
15. Gbewaa College of Education
16. Holy Child College of Education
17. Jasikan College of Education
18. Kibi Presbyterian College of Education
19. Komenda College of Education
20. Mampong Technical College of Education
21. Mount Mary College of Education
22. Nusrat Jahan College of Education
23. Offinso College of Education
26. Presbyterian College of Education
27. Presbyterian Women’s College of Education
28. SDA College of Education, Asokore-Koforidua
29. St John Bosco College of Education, Navrongo
30. St. Francis’ College of Education, Hohoe
31. St. Joseph College of Education, Bechem
32. St. Louis College of Education, Kumasi
33. St. Monica’s College of Education, Mampong-Ashanti
34. St. Teresa’s College of Education, Hohoe
35. Tamale College of Education, Tamale
36. Tumu College of Education,Tumu
37. Wesley College of Education, Kumasi
38. Wiawso College of Education, Wiawso
LIST OF PRIVATE TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGES IN GHANA
1. AIM Professionals Institute and Training College, Ho
2. Cambridge Teacher Training College
3. Holy Spirit College of Education, Ho
4. Jackson College Of Education, KNUST – Kumasi
5. McCoy College Of Education, Nadowli-WA
6. Methodist College of Education, Akim Oda
7. SDA College of Education, Agona-Kumasi
8. St Ambrose College of Education, Dromaa Akwamu, B/A
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