The University of Cape Coast is one of the rare sea front universities in the world. It was established in October, 1962 as a University College and placed in a special relationship with the University of Ghana, Legon.
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The University of Cape Coast has several services available to postgraduate students. These are available from a variety of sources including the Government, the University, and Private sources. They include accommodation, library, healthcare, international students support, counseling and scholarships/financial aid. There are other facilities for recreational and sporting activities.
The University of Cape Coast has a general policy of providing accommodation for all undergraduate freshmen. Your admission will therefore come with a Hall of affiliation and the required fee for your accommodation. After the first year, students are not guaranteed accommodation in the University’s Halls of Residence. However, there are several private hostels within walking distances from the university. You are therefore encouraged to make arrangements to rent one of those after your first year.
The sandwich programmes are non-residential, and students outside Cape Coast are responsible for securing their own accommodation on campus. The time frame for the programme is short and as such online classes are organized on the student portal before face-to-face lessons follows alongside quizs and examination.
I was a part time student who work and the same time go to school and I think I couldn’t cope with the time used by our facilitator to teach all the eight subjects within 24 hours in two days and also the cost of tuition fees was a problem but the good aspects was that ,we had opportunity to be educated than our peers
Studying at University of Cape Coast makes students more confident and are able to fit into the world of work. Learning is more student centered and the lecturers are very friendly and supportive.
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