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APPLY NOW:University of Cape Coast Special Post-graduate Programme

The Institute of Education in collaboration with the School of Graduate Studies and the College of Education Studies of the University of Cape Coast have introduced a Post-Graduate programme for tutors in the Colleges of Education in Ghana and interested persons who have M.A/M.Ed and wish to pursue regular M.Phil/Ph.D programme through a special teaching and learning arrangement.

The programme according to the University is planned to enable tutors in the Colleges to pursue without interference with their work schedules.

Teaching and learning will be done online to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Applications are invited from all qualified persons for admissions into the regular special graduate programme

in the University for the 2020/2021 academic year beginning November 2020.

Applicants are to access the admission brochure through

Special-Post-Graduate-Programmes-for-Tutors-for-the-2020-2021-Academic-Year

 

Applicants are to buy an e-voucher which will enable them to apply online.

Other information about the Special Graduate Programme can be found in the attached document below.

Special Post-Graduate Programmes for Tutors for the 2020-2021 Academic Year

Paa Kweku Eshun Talksafrica.com

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