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2024 University Admissions & Fees: What 2023 WASSCE Candidates Need to Know

When 2023 WASSCE Candidates Should Expect University Admissions and Fee Payment for January 2024 Intake. When will the admission commence for successful applicants to start preparing for their school fees?

Find all the answers to these and many other questions in this post.

Are you a Ghanaian student eagerly awaiting your university admission for January 2024? Here’s a breakdown of the key dates and deadlines you need to keep in mind:

WASSCE Results:

  • Expected Release Date: December 14th, 2023 (latest)

2023 WASSCE Candidates and 2024 University Admissions Date

University Admissions:

  • Processing Time: This takes up to two weeks after the release of WASSCE results, but may be earlier.
  • Release Date: Expected to start from December 28th, 2023 (approximately)
  • Source: Individual universities

Fee Payment and Registration:

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  • Commencement: After the university admission announcement and release of fee details, students will pay the fee. This is expected to start in January 2024. The university of Ghana has announced that students will start their registrations on Janaury 2nd, 2024.
  • Deadline: Varies depending on the university

Timeline Breakdown:

  1. December 14th, 2023: WAEC releases the 2023 WASSCE for School results.
  2. December 28th, 2023 onwards: Universities begin releasing admissions list for the January 2024 intake.
  3. January 2nd, 2024 onwards: Successful applicants can start preparing for fee payment and registration based on the university’s instructions.

Important Notes:

  • Keep checking the official websites and social media channels of your preferred universities for updates on their admissions process.
  • Be prepared to submit any additional documents required for your application.
  • Contact the university admissions office if you have any questions or concerns.

Here are some additional resources that may be helpful:

  • West African Examinations Council (WAEC): https://waecgh.org/
  • Check for updates on Ghanaeducation.org and the websites of the universities you applied to.

Remember: The earlier you start preparing for fee payment and registration, the smoother your transition to university life will be. Stay focused, patient, and keep checking for updates!

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