UPSA releases names of Shortlisted Applicants for 3-Year LLB Entrance Exams (July 2020)

The following applicants have been shortlisted as qualified to take the 2020 LL.B Selection Entrance Examination of the UPSA Law School.

Please click on your respective program for the list of shortlisted applicants: 

1. 3-Year Post-First Degree Bachelor of Laws (LLB)  – first batch

2. 3-Year Post-First Degree Bachelor of Laws (LLB) – second batch

3. 4-Year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) for WASSCE applicants with result slip

DATE:      Saturday, 11th July, 2020    

TIME:       8:30am

VENUE:    Justice Aryeetey Lecture Block Complex (LBC), UPSA

Applicants concerned are required to pay a non-refundable entrance examination fee before admission to the selection Entrance Examination:

Entrance Examination Fee Payable

One Hundred Ghana cedis (GHȻ100.00)

Account Details for Ghanaian Applicants

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Bank Name: Access Bank  


Account Number: 0240100863842

Branch: UPSA

Please note that all applicants are to provide proof of payment and Identification (i.e., any valid national ID such as Passport, Driver’s License, Voter’s ID, National Health Insurance ID and National Identity Card) before you would be allowed access into the examination hall.

Earlier, the Governing Council of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. G. Koryoe Anim-Wright as Registrar of the University.

Dr. Anim-Wright is a seasoned professional with more than 25 years of management experience in higher education. Her experience spans the areas of fundraising, institutional advancement, and grants and contracts. Prior to her appointment, she held the position of Dean of UPSA’s Centre for International Education and Collaboration (CIEC).

As Dean of CIEC, she worked collaboratively with the university community to engage in new programmes that strengthened the university’s internationalisation efforts.

Under the leadership of the Vice-Chancellor, she worked closely with external partners at other higher education institutions in Ghana and abroad, developing several new collaborations and partnerships to expand UPSA’s international efforts to include faculty, staff and student exchanges.

She also served as the lead on several international grants and programmes, and successfully wrote proposals for funding of grants.

Source: | An Educational News Website in Ghana