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A meeting with the representatives of the Embassy of Ghana in Switzerland

On the 29th of October, 2018 Director of the Ukrainian State Center for International Education, Olena Shapovalova held a meeting with the representatives of the Embassy of Ghana in Switzerland. During this meeting questions concerning the peculiarities of enrollment of Ghanaians to study in Ukrainian Universities were discussed.

We understand that in order to study Biological and Medical sciences Ghanaian students should have in their secondary school certificates the following subjects: Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry.

 

 

WASSCE (West African Senior School Certificate Examination) SSSCE (Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination) GBCE (General Business Certificate Examination)
A1-C6 A-D A-D

 

For other disciplines the minimum requirement is as follow:

English – D6

Maths (core) – D7

Integrated Science/Core Science – D7

All other elective subjects – minimum – D7.

All applicants must have passed at least six (6) subjects including Mathematics and English. There is no such subject in Ghanaian Secondary Educational System as Social Sciences. Irrespective of the total number of points, the grade E8 is not considered to be a pass.