Applications are invited from qualified persons for admission into career oriented graduate programmes (SANDWICH) of the University of Cape Coast for the 2016/2017 academic year. Application Scratch cards for online application forms are up for sale at the centres listed below:
(a) Cash Office, University of Cape Coast (Mode of payment – CASH).
(b) Ghana Post Offices at the Regional Capitals (Mode of payment – POSTAL ORDER).
The School of Graduate Studies in its quest to improve graduate work and completion rate of postgraduate students in the University has the following manuals for distribution to Year 1 postgraduate students:
It is announced for the information of overstayed Postgraduate students of University of Cape Coast that processing of step-down applications for 2016, has commenced. An overstayed graduate student is a higher degree student who enrolled at the beginning of 2012/2013 academic year or earlier and who at the expiration of the maximum duration for his/her programme (up to 31st July, 2016), did not submit his/her thesis / dissertation.
The School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Award for Outstanding Research is given to one deserving graduand from each College of the University. The award is given in recognition of a major contribution from the scholarly work of a candidate that has enhanced the reputation of the University in a global/national context. The award is a certificate and cash to be presented at annual Congregation of the SGS. Supervisors of the awardees will also be given special recognition at the ceremony.
In collaboration with the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) University of Cape Coast, Ghana.
5th International Conference, 2016.
Education, Leadership, Security Management & National Development
Venue: College of Distance Education (CoDE), UCC
Date: Monday, 26 – Friday, 30 September, 2016.
Conference Fee: GH¢ 570 ($150)
Prof. Nelson Jagero PhD (Kenya)
A training Programme on ‘ICT Use and its Importance in Academic Practices’ for Deans/Directors/Heads and Coordinators of Units in College of Education Studies which is being organized by Centre for Teaching Support (CTS) starts tomorrow at 8:30 am at the Intelligence Centre in the University of Cape Coast.
STATEMENT ON THE APPOINTMENT OF NEW VICE-CHANCELLOR FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
It is announced for the information of the university community and the general public that at its special meeting held on Saturday, 30th July, 2016, the University Council appointed Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, current Provost of the College of Education Studies as the new Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast
Prof Ghartey Ampiah will take over from the incumbent Vice-Chancellor, Prof. D. D. Kuupole at the end Prof Kuupole’s term of office.
The University of Cape Coast invites applications from experienced, results-oriented and highly motivated individuals for the position of Provost for the following Colleges which will become vacant on 1st August, 2016.