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Check out the top twenty universities in Ghana 2021

It is time for applicants to apply for the various universities to pursue course of their choices.That notwithstanding, it is fair enough for students to know about the top ten universities in order to choose wisely.This ranking was conducted by an organization called uniRank.Their criteria for classification are as follows: 1.being chartered, licensed or accredited by the appropriate Ghanaian higher education-related organization 2.offering at least four-year undergraduate degrees (bachelor degrees) or postgraduate degrees (master or doctoral degrees) 3.delivering courses predominantly in a traditional, face-to-face, non-distance education format Check out the top twenty universities 20.University of Mines And Technology (Tarkwa) 19.Presbytarian University College (Abetifi) 18.Ghana Institute of Journalism (Accra) 17.Kumasi Technical University (Kumasi) 16.University of Energy and Natural Resource (Sunyani) 15.Garden City University College (Kumasi) 14.University of Professional Studies , Accra 13.Central University (Tema) 12.Koforidua Technical University (Koforidua) 11.Ghana Technology University College (Accra North) 10.University of Health and Allied Science (Ho) 9.ValleyView University (Accra) 8.University of Development Studies (Tamale) 7.Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (Accra) 6.Regent University College of Science and Technology (Accra) 5.Ashesi University (Berekuso) 4.University of Education ,Winneba 3.University Of Cape Coast 2.Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology 1.University of Ghana,LEGON The top twenty courses in the University of Ghana are as follows https://www.operanewsapp.com/gh/en/share/detail?news_id=e09d4931639697450be0d480b9a0316a&news_entry_id=s80ff9eb210409en_gh&open_type=tanscoded&request_id=2fede63a7acf0c9a7f2c4fc90a82c3888bdac72d&from=publisher

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