The Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast has released the academic calendar highlighting the schedule of activities to be carried out in the various study centers across thy country for second semester. The calendar is meant the 1-year top-up students (first cohort) who are pursuing Bachelor of Education programmes in the various campuses.
Teachers teaching in the Junior high schools (JHS) across the country and are doing their sandwich programmes be it three (3), five (5) or six(6) semester programmes in the University of Cape Coast (UCC) are to note the following information. The Management of the Institute of Education under the University of Cape Coast has sought permission from the Ghana Education Service (GES) to allow affected teachers to report on campus on April 19th, 2021 to continue their face-to-face interaction with lecturers and
The first-semester examination results of some students from the various colleges of Education will be withheld due to the decision taken by the professional board. A press statement signed by the Director of School of Educational Development and Outreach, Prof. Christine Adu-Yeboah indicates that the Professional Board at its First Regular Meeting held on Tuesday, 18 May 2021 discussed the non-payment of College fees by the students in the Colleges of Education after they have paid their examination fees directly to the Institute of Education.
The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has once again opened its application portal to admit new students into the three-semester sandwich program.In a statement issued, the management of the institute of education indicated that the second cohort commences on Monday, 15th March 2021.
The Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Ghana National Association of Teachers will run Three-Semester Bachelor of Education (Post-Diploma in Basic Education) Programmes in the sandwich mode starting in the first semester of 2020/2021 Academic Year. This is to enable holders
The Institute of Education has released the 2020/2021 academic calendar for diploma holders who wants to top-up to degree. In an admission letter sighted by on their portal the program will commence on Monday, November 16 2020 with online delivery to support the traditional face-to-face approach. Students are to report to the study centers on Saturday, December 19 2020 for the face to face session and will end on Saturday, January 9 2020. It is important to understand that all information will have a certain
All students offering the various sandwich programs should take note of their reporting date and exams.
UCC 5 Semester Programmes (Sandwich) For The Which Expand Your Horizon To the Secondary Schools Unlike The 3 Semester Programme POST DIPLOMA TOP-UP The new 3 semester post diploma programme, just like the other 2 Years Post Diploma programmes is limited to the basic school but this 5 semester programmes by UCC expands your horizon to the secondary school. A look into the Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast 5 Semester Bachelor of Education Programmes (Sandwich) .The courses are as follows, ·Bachelor
UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST COLLEGE OF EDUCATION STUDIES!!School Of Educational Development And Outreach Institute Of Education.Payment of examination fees for the end of first semester examination to the institute of education.
The Institute of Education recently called on all in-service teachers with Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) to apply for a degree top-up Programme which will run for a year. This decision came to being after further deliberations from the teacher Unions and some major stakeholders of the Ghana Education Service (GES) an online portal was launched to receive applications from interested persons teachers to apply. The Institute refused to communicate the deadline for applications-as a result, many teachers felt
A communique issued to stakeholders involved in the three semester top-up for diploma holders in education has wailed that, the payment for the three semester top-up programme, pegged at Ghc2000 is too much for Newly Qualified Teachers to raise such an amount within a week. According to the spoke person of the group, Frank Frimpong Odame, he pleaded that, the Institute of Education should accept payment on installment so that interested admitted applicants can join the top-up programme. A few months ago our
The Institute of Education recently called on all in-service teachers with Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) to apply for a degree top-up Programme which will run for a year. This decision came to being after further deliberations from the teacher Unions and some major stakeholders of the Ghana Education Service (GES) an online portal was launched to receive applications from interested persons teachers to apply. According to Apam Jonathan who said he received an information from University of Cape Coast (UCC),
*UCC. opens admission for diploma teachers to run 3-semester bachelor of education programme. University of Cape coast responsible for college of education studies school of Education Development And Outreach has opened application for admission into the Three-semester Bachelor of Education sandwich programmes for Diploma teachers. The institute of Education,University of Cape coast, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) will run 3-semester Bachelor
Just some few weeks ago, the president of the republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo indicated in his 15th address to the nation that pre-tertiary institutions that were not able to conduct and organize online exams for their students will be reopened on the 24th August, 2020. However, Colleges of education affiliated to UCC were also part of the pre-tertiary institutions. Again, the management and stakeholders of university of cape Coast had released the arrangements for both first and second year students. Now,
The University of Cape Coast, also known as the university of choice under the institute of Education, distance learning has by a press release, stated the new dates for writing the end of semester exams for sandwich students pursuing various degree programmes in the several study centres across the country. The change in the examination date is as a result of the many challenges faced by the institution and scores of the sandwich students. The online studies which was supposed to complement the traditional
Envision!- Extension Of Revision Days For Level 200 Teacher Trainees. It appears students are truly winning their fight. Students didn't take it well after University of Cape Coast and Institute of Education gave an announcement for learners to continue their scholarly schedule, utilizing only seven days for correction and afterward followed by assessment on tenth September, 2020. After the arrival of the announcement by UCC, they kept on delivering the assessment plan (I e. the tests begins on tenth September
The Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) will run 3-Semester Bachelor of Education (Post-Diploma in Basic Education) programmes in the sandwich mode starting in the first semester of 2020/2021 Academic Year. This is to enable holders of Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) to be upgraded to a Bachelor's degree. The programmes which UCC will be offering as the top up for the Diploma In Basic Education
The foundation of the Ghanaian child is the most important part of the future leaders of the nation but here is the situation where those who are to train these children are not treated with the utmost respect in their effort in pursuit of be trained as professional teachers. Unlucky for teacher trainees, the day they were to re-open to start the second semester of the 2019/2020 academic year; a directive was given by the President of the nation to close all schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Teacher trainees
The impact of Covid-19 has been felt by all, but we believe we are having the major part of it. Following the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's declaration made in his last and recent Address to the Nation, continuing students of the Colleges of Education and the Universities were to report to campus on Monday, 24th August to prepare and sit for their end-of-semester exams. It is against this backdrop the Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast took an intermediary decision that the students