A West African country, Ghana is vibrant and colourful. With an interesting and diverse gastronomy, art style and clothing style, Ghana has something to delight all of your senses. The Ghanaian culture is very different to that of most Western countries, but would provide any international student with a unique higher education experience.

Why Study In Ghana?

A growing nation in a burgeoning continent, Ghana offers students a prosperous academic environment. With an academic environment that promotes research growth and learning, Ghana’s universities are already gaining international recognition. Ghana is rapidly developing, and is one of the most prosperous African Nations. As well as this, Ghana was the first colonial nation to gain its independence, so it has a history of creating its own path.

Ghana boasts numerous accredited colleges, universities and polytechnic institutions, all of which are able to grant degrees. You will also find some specialist higher education institutions, such as the National Film and Television Institute, and the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration. The oldest and most prestigious institution is the University of Ghana, which was founded in 1948


This country found in the West-African sub-region has English as the official language. With over 100 tertiary institutions in Ghana comprising universities, colleges, polytechnics among others which offer undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs, students have a wide range of options to choose from. There are programs available to meet every need and to support you to determine the best program for you, this section seeks to feed you with knowledge about each institutionâ??s location, programmes on offer, the requirements for admission, etc. It also includes many other details needed for students to make informed choices as well as ensure successful applications.

Courses & Tuition Yearly            

Courses                                                                                                                    Tuition Semester

B.Sc. I.C.T                                                                                                                            -$3,400
B.Sc. Applied Science                                                                                                       -$3,400
B.Sc. Business Administration                                                                                      -$3,200
B.A Fashion Design                                                                                                           -$3,400
B.A Communication(Graphic Design)                                                                           -$3,400
B.Sc. Allied Health                                                                                                             -4,000
Oil and Gas Engineering                                                                                                  -$2,820

Nursing                                                                                                                                -$3,500
Medical/Physical Assistantship                                                                                    -$4,000
Information Communication Technology                                                                 -$3,200
Business Administration                                                                                                -$3,200
Business Economics                                                                                                         -$3,200
Agribusiness                                                                                                                       -$3,200
Mathematics                                                                                                                      -$3,200
Environmental and Natural Resources Management                                            -$3,200
Rural & Community Development                                                                               -$3,200
Computer Science                                                                                                            -$2,055
Computer Engineering                                                                                                    -$2,255
Business Administration                                                                                                -$2,055
Electronics and Communication Engineering                                                          -$2,255
Biomedical Engineering                                                                                                  -$2,255
Biblical Studies                                                                                                                  -$1,470

(Can be paid in installments) 


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There are numerous positive reasons for applying to study in Ghana. This section offers objective and practical advice and guidance to prospective international students on studying in the Republic of Ghana; in relation to both Undergraduate and Post Graduate studies.

·         Recognition

Courses offered by the Ghanaian tertiary institutions have gained international recognition over the years.

·         Quality

Ghanaian universities are known for quality programs and excellent tuition from qualified lecturers. There are also periodic visits from lecturers in other internationally recognized institutions across the world. The universities have further adopted modern technology and teaching methods to add value to the learning process.

·         Choice

The educational system in Ghana has enabled a wide range of institutions to co-exist and collaborate across academic and social environments, offering diploma and degree programmes as well as specialized subjects.

·         Direct Admission

Admission into educational institutions is direct! Aside the WASSCE certificate, there are no written examinations such as SAT, TOFEL, IELTS, JAMB, NECO, etc. before admission into Ghanaian universities and institutions.

·         Value

As an investment in your future, a Ghanaian degree gives you great value for the money. You are presented with wide range of tuition fees, cost of living plus financial help from several departments within and outside of the universities, to make studying in Ghana cost effective.

·         Environment

A safe, serene and peaceful environment, coupled with favorable weather conditions is a requisite for academic success. The Ghanaian environment provides just that.

·         No Visa

Unbelievable!!! Yes 100% no visa required.

Ghana University and there tuition fees


Theology and Religious Studies
Ghanaians – 1,188 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-1,584 cedis

School of Business
Ghanaians – 1,188 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-1,584 cedis

Institute of Computer Science
Ghanaians – 1,240.80 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-1.716 cedis

Ghanaians – 940.63 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-1,584 cedis

Development studies
Ghanaians – 1,188 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-1,584 cedis

Ghanaians – 1,320 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-1,848 cedis


All courses
Ghanaians – 1,498cedis, Non Ghanaians – $1,390


School of Applied Sciences,Computing with education, Information Systems Sciences
Ghanaians- 1,450 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$2,600

Computer Science
Ghanaians – 1,500 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$2,800

Applied Electronics & Systems Engineering
Ghanaians – 1,550 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$2,900


(per semester for Ghanaians and per year for Non-Ghanaians )
Ghanaians – 1,450 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,500

Medical/Physical Assistantship
Ghanaians – 1,800 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$4,000

Information Communication Technology
Ghanaians – 1,155 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,200

Business Administration
Ghanaians – 1,080 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,200

Business Administration
Ghanaians – 1,200 cedis, Non-Ghanaians- —-

Business Economics
Ghanaians – 1,080 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,200

Ghanaians – 975 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,200

Ghanaians – 975 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,200

Environmental and Natural Resources Management
Ghanaians – 1,080 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,200

Rural & Community Development
Ghanaians – 1,080 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,200
(can be paid in installments)


Theology & Missions
Ghanaians – 781 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$700

Business Administration
Ghanaians – 1,210 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$1,200

Information technology
Ghanaians – 1,320 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$1,300


all courses
Ghanaians – 1,392.60 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-2,088cedis



School of Theology and Missions
Ghanaians -1,110 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$1,520

School of Business Administration
Ghanaians – 1,480 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$2,020

Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Ghanaians – 1,370 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$2,020

School of Applied sciences
Ghanaians – 2,175 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,260

Ghanaians – 1,405 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,060

Ghanaians – 2,195 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,260

Ghanaians – 2,085 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,260

Civil Engineering
Ghanaians -2,085 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,260

Physician Assistantship
Ghanaians- 2,430 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$3,260


(per semester)
All courses
Ghanaians-$1,200, Non-Ghanaians-$1,200
(can be paid in 3 installments before the end of the semester)


*(reg fee +application fee +exam fee payable to the University of London during application, only for law program=1,401 pounds)
Tuition – Ghanaians and Non-Ghanaians-1,320 cedis(yearly)
Bachelor of Business Administration
Ghanaians and Non-Ghanaians-900 cedis(per semester)
Ghanaians and Non-Ghanaians-400 cedis(per semester)


(per semester)
Telecom engineering
Ghanaians – 1,700 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$1,800
Computer Engineering
Ghanaians – 1,700 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$1,800
Information Technology
Ghanaians – 1,700 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$1,800
Business Administration
Ghanaians – 1,200 cedis, Non-Ghanaians-$1,000


Faculty of Engineering
Ghanaians – 1,097cedis, Non-Ghanaians-1,343 cedis
Faculty of Computer Science
Ghanaians – 1,009cedis, Non-Ghanaians-1,233 cedis
Faculty of Business Administration
Ghanaians – 1,009 cedis, Non-Ghanaians- 1,233 cedis


(Story)  From watchman to doctor: The story of Tetteh Nettey

He has a passion for education and will do whatever it takes legally to achieve an educational goal he sets for himself. For him, education is the key to an individual’s breakthrough in life.

‘Personally I have come to believe in education. I didn’t have that belief when I was growing up but along the way in the 1990s, my perception of life changed for the better because I suddenly realised that education is really important to success in life’.

These are the words of the Founder and President of High Point Academy, Meridian Pre-University and the Marshalls University College at Odorkor in Accra, Dr Tetteh Nettey.

He also serves as the Vice-Chairman of Meridian-Marshalls Holding Limited (MMH), the mother company of Meridian Pre-University and Marshalls College. The MMH will launch its initial public offer (IPO) to be listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange on April 22, 2015.

The event will take place at the World Trade Centre in Accra. The MMH will thus become the first and only educational institution in sub-Sahara Africa to be listed on the Stock Exchange.

He is the co-founder of HYPERLINK “http://www.run360online.com” www.run360online.com and the author of the book,You Failed, So What?.

Dr Nettey, who recently successfully defended his dissertation for his Doctor of Management Degree in Columbus, Ohio, hails from Gbese at James Town in Accra.

He was born to Maxwell Nerboi Nettey and Mary Opong Ansomaa from Nsawam in the Eastern Region.

He began school with his siblings at the St Anthony Preparatory School at Latebiokorshie.

Young Nettey then proceeded to Cambridge International School after which he stayed at home for sometime because the second cycle schools he chose did not admit him due to his grades.

He did not give up but decided to continue his education this time by pursuing a technical programme at the Accra Technical Training Centre (ATTC) for three years to study Auto Mechanic.

‘I went on an internship at Construction Pioneers (CP) on three different occasions. On two occasions, I was there as an auto mechanic intern. I was, however, fired as an intern as a result of what they described as day-dreaming,’ he quipped.

For him, he was not sleeping on the job but waiting for his master to bring a certain part for them to complete the job.

Apparently, while he waited, one of the CP German supervisors who passed by saw him seated idle and thought he had nothing to do and so fired him.

That, however, did not deter him, and so he applied again to the same company but to a different department as a watchman.

He was subsequently posted to the James Town office of CP where he worked for two-and-a-half years.

During night duties and whenever he was less busy, Nettey, then about 24 years, would use the time to read books.

‘I did not like my environment because I was so close to the Korle Lagoon with all the stench. So I had to do a lot of thinking, asking myself whether that was where my life was going to end?’

He told The Mirror that asking himself so many questions about his life and future challenged him to improve upon himself by putting his belief strongly in God. Having considered education as the way out, he was faced with the task of funding his education if he wanted to go back to school to better himself.

Tetteh Nettey took advantage of his 24-hour off shifts to do private studies by going out to friends who were in school for assistance. That was how he wrote his General Certificates of Education (GCE) Ordinary and Advanced Level courses.

He did his GCE Ordinary Level (O’ Level) in 10 months. Immediately he finished, he did not wait for the release of the O’Level results and proceeded to do his A’Level.

In 11 months, he passed his A’Level and was admitted to the University of London where he failed his law courses.

‘The programme was a distance one and I found it difficult to understand the university education and its settings and how things were done. That is how come I wrote the book, You Failed, So What?. He believes that failure to achieve certain tasks is not the end of one’s life.

He did not give up but enrolled in Central University College in Accra and read Bachelor of Science Human Resource Management. At the university too, he was a watchman opening the gate for his colleagues while he studied.

Finally, he came out with a Second Class Upper and followed it up later with a Master’s programme in Entrepreneurship at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administraion (GIMPA) also in between the time he did his undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

He introduced the pre-university concept in Ghana, with the setting up of the Meridian Pre-University in August, 2007 because he wanted to give opportunity to students who did not meet the requirements for the universities but had completed second cycle institutions.

‘We started the Meridian Pre-University in 2007 but we did not have a university in mind. But in second/third year, we realised that there was the need to start our own university college. So we started the process of accreditation for Marshalls and by God’s grace in our fifth year, we had the green light from the National Accreditation Board’.

He also went ahead to set up a remedial school called High Point Academy having in mind those who did not pass their West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). It was to enable them to pass their examination for university education.

‘I have made attempts in various ways to try and improve myself and I know the only way, in my opinion, is through education,’ he emphasised.

His persuit for more knowledge has caused him to enroll on a Stanford University Programme to further sharpen his skills.

He believes the acquisition of more knowledge would make him better.

Dr Nettey is married to Genevieve and they have three children – Grandsir, Lynnette and Giovanni Nettey.

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