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Nursing Training: Date Finally Out For 2021/2022 Admissions

The Ministry of Health, Ghana, has now declared to the general public of the online admission portal to receive 2021/2022 applications from suitably qualified applicants into public health training institutions. The process commences from Wednesday, April 14, and ends on July 30, 2021.

The Ministry of Health in a statement, has auspicated that, suitably qualified applicants must; 

Walk into any Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) or Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB) branch to purchase an application code for Two Hundred Ghana Cedis (GH¢200.00).

After payment, a voucher with a unique Serial Number and Pin will be given to applicants. 

Applicants who wish to purchase application forms through Mobile Money(MoMo), can dial

*887*18# and follow the prompt.

Applicants must have a personal valid e-mail account and an active phone number to receive all necessary information. Your Ghana Post Digital address and House number will be needed in the application process. 

Log onto https://healthtraining.gov.gh/ by using your PIN code and Serial Number to access the application form. 

After assessing the portal, follow the instructions carefully and fill the relevant stages of the admission process.

NOTE: 

*only Applicants who meet admission requirements will be invited to attend an emulous interview at the school of choice.

* the online registration form is accessible only by the PIN and self-created password.

*no postage envelopes are required as all messages will be sent via SMS or E-mail. 

*all purchased vouchers are valid up to 15th August, 2021, if not used.

All applicants are advised to seek help from any of their Health Training Institutions nearby in the filling of the forms as wrong filling of the form will render the application invalid and will affect your admission. 

Thank you. 

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