Results of First-Year Students in Colleges of Education to be Cross-checked


Information reaching Our News Desk reveals the results of the newly admitted students across all the forty-six (46) public colleges of Education would be re-checked, starting from Monday, February 13, 2023, by the Management of the various Colleges and other external officials.

The verification process is to ensure that students offered admissions truly deserve it. Individuals with unqualified results would be sanctioned as indicated on their admission letters.

Requirements for the verification

The following are some of the documents students are to provide;

  • WASSCE Certificate or Result Slip
  • Admission Letter (As issued by the college)
  • Ghana Card (Or any National Photo ID)

Read also: List of Colleges of Education in Ghana, their Specialisms, Admission Requirements and Universities of Affiliation

Admission Requirement

It should be noted the Ministry of Education did not accept D7 as a passing grade in the admission of students into any of the 46 public colleges of education across the country for the 2022/2023 academic year.

A minimum requirement of C6 in 3 core subjects including English and Mathematics and 3 elective subjects was required to meet the colleges of education minimum admission requirements by applicants.  

Therefore, students who did not meet the requirement but were able to find their way into the college would have themselves to blame.

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