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UNIVERSITY OF GHANA ADMISSION LIST

The University of Ghana (UG – LEGON) is one of the most prestigious, oldest, and largest of all the Ghanaian national public universities.

It was founded in 1948, in the British colony of the Gold Coast as the University College of the Gold Coast, and was originally an affiliated college of the University of London, which supervised its academic programs and awarded degrees.


For every academic year, the management of the University of Ghana (UG Legon) releases the names of applicants who applied for admission into various programs in the institution for a specific academic session.

THE UG(LEGON) ADMISSION LIST

This list of successfully admitted students is known as the Admission List.


The admission list, therefore, is simply the names of successfully admitted applicants offered provisional admission into an institution.

Admission lists are usually released by the tertiary institutions after the conduct of the admission screening exercise and it usually comes in batches (1st/first batch, second/supplementary admission list, 3rd/third batch, and sometimes a fourth (4th) batch, etc.)


After the school has released the admission list, it is then announced on the official website of the University by the school’s management for the students who applied for the admission to check the list if they met the criteria for the university to admit them or not.

Applicants are therefore advised to refresh the list and search for their names in that list since due to a large number of the applicants, the network might be jammed which sometimes makes it difficult for applicants to have easy and faster access to the University’s Website.


After that, all successfully admitted students (Prospective students) are expected to complete their registration within a week to seal their place in the school’s admission system.

If one happens to be admitted or given admission into the University of Ghana (UG) Legon, kindly download, print the Legon admission letter on the portal, and proceed to pay your school fees.

The newly admitted students are required to check the University of Ghana (UG) Legon School Fees and opening date for the first semester of the academic year as they may be different from the fees and dates for continuing students.


And in this article, we take you on a journey on how to access the UNIVERSITY OF GHANA ADMISSION LIST.

HOW TO ACCESS THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA ADMISSION LIST

  1. Go to the University of Ghana Undergraduate Admission Status checking Portal at https://apply.ug.edu.gh/admissions/admissionstatus

2. Enter your surname or serial number in the search box to check your admission status.

3. After that, click the “Check Admission Status” button to access your UG admission status.

4. Kindly proceed to download and print your University of Ghana provisional admission letter on the portal and proceed to pay your school fees at any of the accredited banks of the University that have been stated in the provisional admission letter.

 5. Then, you make the payment of the accommodation fees at the accredited banks of the University as well in order to have access to the University Hall booking Site.

6. Visit the University’s Portal to book a hall.


✓ Go to University of Ghana Legon undergraduate admission status checking portal at https://apply.ug.edu.gh/admissions/admissionstatus.


✓ Enter Your Serial Number or Surname in the search box above to check your admission status,


✓ Finally, click the “Check Admission Status” button to access your UG admission status.


✓ Kindly proceed to download and print your University of Ghana provisional admission letter on the portal and proceed to pay your school fees at any of the accredited banks of the University that have been stated in the provisional admission letter.


✓ After that, you make the payment of the accommodation fees at the accredited banks of the University.


✓ Visit the University’s Portal to book a hall.
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