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All You Need To Know About the Presbyterian University

Presbyterian University

Affiliated to the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, the Presbyterian University was established to solve the problem of many Senior High School graduates not being accepted by many public universities in Ghana on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity and nationality.

Presbyterian University

Prior to being granted the Presidential Charter on 30th August, 2022, the Presbyterian University was affiliated to the University of Ghana (UG), the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and the University of Cape Coast (UCC).

With the aim of blending modern trends which reflect Christian principles, PU exist to promote university education, learning and research.

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Presbyterian University Mission

PU aims to design and implement relevant academic and Professional programmes of teaching, research and outreach for a global population within the context of Christian ethics that produce holistic human development.

What Is The Purpose of The Presbyterian University?

  • To provide for and promote University education, learning and research.
  • To acquire and disseminate knowledge and information.
  • To foster relationships with other institutions of higher learning, persons and bodies.
  • To produce disciplined, self-motivated individuals and leaders with moral and intellectual values in the realisation of their responsibilities to God, fellow citizens and the state.

Check Your 2022/2023 PU Admission Status Here.

How Many Faculties Are In Presbyterian University?

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There are approximately seven (7) faculties in the university. They are as follows;

  • School of Business & Economics
  • Faculty of Development Studies
  • Faculty of Education
  • Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
  • Faculty of Law
  • Faculty of Science and Technology
  • School of Graduate Studies

For further information, you can visit their website via www.presbyuniversity.edu.gh


Is Presbyterian University a government university?

The Presbyterian University, Ghana (formerly Presbyterian University College, Ghana) is a partially private & public university with multi- campuses and its headquarters located at Abetifi-Kwahu in the Eastern Region of Ghana.

How much is PU forms?

GH¢ 120.00

Application forms can be obtained from any campus of the University for GH¢ 120.00. Alternatively, Applicants can download a PDF version of the form here. Applicants who download the PDF version are expected to add a Bank Draft (Payable to Presbyterian University, Ghana) of GH¢ 120.00 to the forms.

Is College of Education admission list out?

The latest update concerning the 2022 /2023 admission list of colleges of education is that it has been released awaiting approval of the various stakeholders.

How do I know if I’ve been given admission?

Many of these schools will notify you once you have been offered admission to the school by sending a text message to the phone number you used when you applied for admission to the school. This is why it is advisable that candidates provide their active phone numbers if required while applying for admission.

How much is UPSA Forms 2022?

Online Serial Numbers (OSN) for UPSA are available for purchase at the cost of GHc230.00 for Ghanaian Applicants and US$120.00 for International Applicants at the following sales points: Any Ecobank or Access Bank branch nation-wide. Any Ghana Post (Post Office) branch nation-wide.

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