Admission Requirements

Engineering Programmes

Business Administration Programmes

Law Programmes

BSc Civil Engineering

Candidates applying to the programme must meet the following entry requirements:

WASSCE / SSSCE Candidates

Relevant credit passes shall include an Arts subject, plus three(3) relevant elective subjects •Chemistry
•Physics
•Elective Mathematics

GCE ‘A’ LEVEL Holders

The three (3) A level subjects are Physics, Chemistry and Elective Mathematics

HND (Civil Engineering) Holders

Applicant must be a graduate in Civil Engineering

BSc Geomatic (Geodetic) Engineering

Candidates applying to the programme must meet the following entry requirements:

SSSCE Holders

Credit scores (aggregate D) or better in the following subjects: English Language, Integrated Science, Core Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Elective Mathematics.

WASSCE Holders

Credit scores (aggregate C6) or better in the following subjects: English Language, Integrated Science, Core Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Elective Mathematics.

Mature Applicants

Applicants in this category must meet the following requirements: •Must be at least 25 years old at the time of submitting application
•Must have a minimum of three (3) years relevant experience in the intended field of study
•Must have credit scores in English Language, Physics, Chemistry, Additional Mathematics or Elective Mathematics
•Must pass an entrance examination or an interview

GCE ‘A’ LEVEL Holders

Must have GCE ‘A’ LEVEL passes in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

HND (Surveying) Holders

HND graduates with a minimum of two (2) years relevant experience will be placed at Level 200 of the programme. However, applicants with 1st Class or 2nd Class Upper Division certificate and two (2) years relevant experience may opt for top-up.

Top-up for HND Holders

Candidates who hold HND certificates (1st Class or 2nd Class- Upper Division) in Surveying and have a minimum of two (2) years relevant experience may be admitted to Level 300 as regular students, upon successful completion of one semester bridging course. Those work or business schedule cannot allow them to attend as regular students may opt for the non- regular student module. For such students, evening and/or weekend classes will be conducted at our Accra Lecture Halls.

BSc Construction Technology

Candidates applying to the programme must meet the following entry requirements:

SSSCE Holders

•Credit scores (aggregate D) or better in the following core subjects: English Language, Integrated Science, Mathematics and;
•Credit scores (aggregate D) or better in,
•Physics, Chemistry and Elective Mathematics; OR,
•Economics, Geography and Elective Mathematics; OR
•Technical Drawing, Building Construction and Elective Mathematics

WASSCE Holders

•Credit scores (aggregate C6) or better in English Language, Integrated Science, Core Mathematics; and,
•Credit scores (aggregate C6) or better in,
•Physics, Chemistry and Elective Mathematics; OR,
•Economics, Geography and Elective Mathematics; OR
•Technical Drawing, Building Construction and Elective Mathematics

Mature Applicants

Applicants in this category must meet the following requirements: •Must be at least 25 years old at the time of submitting application;
•Must have a minimum of three (3) years relevant experience in the intended field of study;
•Must have credit scores in English Language, plus
•Physics, Chemistry and Elective Mathematics; OR,
•Economics, Geography and Elective Mathematics; OR
•Technical Drawing, Building Construction and Elective Mathematics; and,
•Must pass an entrance examination or an interview.

GCE ‘A’ LEVEL Holders

Must have GCE ‘A’ LEVEL passes in either •Physics, Chemistry and Mathematic; OR,
•Economics, Geography and Elective Mathematics.

Construction Technician Certificate (CTC II/III)

Applicants in this category with a minimum of two (2) years relevant experience will be placed at Level 200 of the programme.

HND (Civil Engineering) Holders

HND graduates with a minimum of two (2) years relevant experience will be placed at Level 200 of the programme. Applicants with 1st Class or 2nd Class Upper Division certificate and two (2) years relevant experience may opt for top-up.

Top-up for HND Holders

Candidates who hold HND certificates (1st Class or 2nd Class- Upper Division) in Building Technology and have a minimum of two (2) years relevant experience may be admitted to Level 300 as regular students, upon successful completion of one semester bridging course. Those whose work or business schedule cannot allow them to attend as regular students may opt for the non-regular student module. For such students, evening and/or weekend classes will be conducted at our Accra Lecture Halls.

Bsc. Electrical/Electronics Engineering

Candidates applying to the programme must meet the following entry requirements:

WASSCE/SSCE

Credit passes (A1-C6) in six (6) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Mathematics, plus three(3) relevant elective subjects: •Chemistry
•Metal work
•Auto Mechanics
•Applied Electricity
•Technical Drawing
•Engineering Science
•Electronics
with a minimum of grade C6/D, aggregate 36 or 24 respectively.
HND Candidates

Applicant must have graduated with certificate in Electrical Engineering.

Bsc. Mechanical Engineering

Candidates applying to the programme must meet the following entry requirements:

WASSCE/SSSCE

Credit Passes(A1-C6) in six (6) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English Language and Mathematics plus three (3) relevant elective subjects: •Chemistry
•Metal Work
•Auto Mechanics
•Applied Electricity
•Technical Drawing
•Engineering Science
•Electronics
with a minimum of grade C6/D, aggregate 36 or 24 respectively.
HND Candidates

Applicant must have graduated with certificate in Mechanical Engineering.

Bridging Course

All applicants who hold HND Certificates, CTC I, II/III and have a minimum of two years relevant working experience may apply. Such applicants shall be placed on level 300 after successfully going through one semester Bridging program.