UCC Admission Fees
Welcome to our comprehensive guide on University of Cape Coast admission fees. We understand that getting into university can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to tuition fees.
At our institution, we believe that education should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their financial background.
That is why we have put together this guide to help you understand our admission fees and financial aid options.
The University of Cape Coast is a public university located in Cape Coast, Ghana. It was established in 1962 as a University College and became a full-fledged university in 1971.
The University of Cape Coast is known for its strong academic programs in education, science, and technology.
It also has a thriving research community and is recognized for its contributions to the development of Ghana and the West African region.
The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in various fields of study, including education, business, arts, sciences, and technology.
It is a reputable institution of higher learning in Ghana and attracts students from all over the country and the sub-region.
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Tuition Fees for Ghanaian Students
At the University of Cape Coast, we offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes across various faculties, including Arts, Social Sciences, Education, Science, Agriculture, and Health Sciences.
Our tuition fees for Ghanaian students vary depending on the programme of study.
For undergraduate programmes, Ghanaian students can expect to pay between GH¢2,000 and GH¢2,500 per academic year.
For postgraduate programmes, the tuition fees range from GH¢2,500 to GH¢4,000 per academic year.
It is important to note that tuition fees are subject to change each academic year. We advise students to visit our website for the latest information on tuition fees.
Tuition Fees for International Students
International students who wish to study at the University of Cape Coast are required to pay higher tuition fees than Ghanaian students.
The tuition fees for international students vary depending on the programme of study.
For undergraduate programmes, international students can expect to pay between US$1,500 and US$2,000 per academic year.
For postgraduate programmes, the tuition fees range from US$2,500 to US$3,500 per academic year.
In addition to tuition fees, international students are required to pay for their accommodation, meals, and other living expenses.
The university has accommodation options on campus, and students can choose from a range of options depending on their budget.
Financial Aid Options
At the University of Cape Coast, we are committed to providing financial assistance to students who demonstrate financial need.
We offer various financial aid options, including scholarships, bursaries, and grants.
Scholarships are awarded to students who have demonstrated academic excellence and are in financial need.
Bursaries are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need, while grants are awarded to students who have specific financial needs, such as purchasing textbooks or paying for medical expenses.
To apply for financial aid, students must submit an application form and provide supporting documentation, including their academic records, proof of financial need, and a personal statement.