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Some Universities Still Offering Admissions in Ghana For 2014 session

Following the request i get from my readers that wants to know the schools that still process admission for their 2014 session, i decided to write this post.

Here are some Ghana universities that their admission process is still ongoing:

  • All Nations University College (
  • Presbyterian University College (
  • ValleyView University College (
  • Zenith University College (
  • Wisconsin International University College (
  • University Of Mines And Technology, Umat (
  • Central University College (
  • Regent University College Of Science And Technology (
  • Knutford University College (
  • Accra Institute Of Technology, AIT (

Note: for further information on how to apply for admission, visit the school's website which i have put in bracket for each of the schools. You can also check my blog posts containing information on some of the schools.

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