The University of Ghana, the premier and largest university in Ghana, was founded as the University College of the Gold Coast by Ordinance on August 11, 1948 for the purpose of providing and promoting university education, learning and research.
University of Ghana is run on a collegiate system and comprises the following colleges:
· College of Basic and Applied Sciences www.cbas.ug.edu.gh
· College of Education www.coe.ug.edu.gh
· College of Health Sciences www.chs.ug.edu.gh
· College of Humanities www.coh.ug.edu.gh
In addition, the University has several research institutions and centres for learning and research, including Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIR), www.noguchimedres.org; Centre for Tropical, Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Regional Institute for Population Studies, rips-ug.edu.gh; Institute for Environmental and Sanitation Studies, iess.ug.edu.gh; and the Institute for Statistical, Social and Economic Research, isser.edu.gh.
As part of its vision to become a world class research intensive institution, University of Ghana has identified four priority areas where the university will focus and promote international collaboration in research initiatives to enhance the University’s research output. These research areas are: • Malaria Research • Trans-disciplinary Research into Climate Change Adaptation • Enhancing Food Production and Processing • Development Policy and Poverty Monitoring and Evaluation
The University aims to produce the next generation of thought leaders to drive national development. Through our research institutes and other centres of learning and research, faculty members are involved in studies that support policy making for national development, often in collaboration with other international institutions.
There are currently a number of Ghanaian and international institutions that hold affiliation with the University of Ghana. As a leader in tertiary education, the University has established several link agreements with universities in Africa, Europe and North America for student, faculty and staff exchange as well as collaborative research.
The student population is over 38,000 made up of students enrolled on our regular programmes, sandwich programmes, and distance education as well as students from affiliate institutions. Our growing number of international students come from over 70 countries to join either our regular undergraduate and graduate programmes, enroll on our study abroad and other special programmes designed for international students.
The University of Ghana has built an image as one of the continent’s reputable universities which makes the University of Ghana the first choice for academics, researchers and students.
Applicants needing any help can send their enquiries to the following addresses:
|No.||Unit||Email Address||Phone Numbers|
|1.||Admissions Unitfirstname.lastname@example.org||0302 213820 ext 6018 0302 213820 ext 2637026-095-0170020-048-0431020-048-0344024-398-5001|
|2.||College of Health Sciencesemail@example.comP. O. Box KB 52Korle-Bu, Accra||02684202150550202911|
|3.||College of Humanitiesfirstname.lastname@example.orgP. O. Box LG 1173Legon||050717802805528994450307080628|
|4.||College of Basic & Applied Sciencesemail@example.comP. O. Box LG 1195Legon||059 501 6052020 645 0182|
|5.||College of Educationfirstname.lastname@example.orgP. O. Box LG 1181Legon||02000884320552996775|
The Help Lines can be reached between 7:00 am and 6:00 pm (Mondays to Fridays)
Contact the Academic Affairs Directorate
Hours: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Location: Left wing of the Registry, Close to the Great Hall
Telephone Number: +233 302 500 395, 020-8106480
Individual staff members are available for unscheduled meetings with students during the office hours indicated above.
Students experiencing any difficulties may contact the underlisted e-mail addresses:
- email@example.com: General academic matters
- firstname.lastname@example.org: For issues relating to fees and other financial matters
- email@example.com: Issues relating to graduate programmes
Note: In sending the complaint, please indicate your Student Number.