Is D7 accepted in Central University?

Is D7 accepted in Central University?. Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah has suggested that students who get D7 and E8 in their final exams, should be considered in University admissions.

Is D7 accepted in Central University?

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We have for several years now been deluding ourselves into thinking that that below C6, that is those who get D7, E8 and so on, are not qualified to enter university. Prof Yankah said that although there are only a few state-owned universities in Ghana, they control about 80 percent of student enrollment.

The Ministry of Education has begun consultations with the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) to spell out implications of a new policy for admissions to universities and other tertiary institutions that introduces some flexibility in the consideration of non-credit passes.

Currently, public universities don’t accept D7 for core subjects in admission purposes.

Minimum Requirement for University Admission in Ghana

Minimum/General Entry Requirements into the University of Ghana
An applicant for admission to a degree programme in any University in Ghana must have at least credits (A1 – C6 in WASSCE and A – D in SSSCE) in English, Core Mathematics and Integrated Science (for Science related programmes) or Social Studies (for non-Science related programmes) and three elective subjects in Science for applicants applying to Science or Agriculture related disciplines or three elective subjects in General Arts/Business for applicants applying to non-Science related disciplines, with the total aggregate not exceeding 24.

Basic Requirements at Central University

  • West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE); Six subjects are used to calculate your standard WASSCE score: Integrated Science, Core Math, Core English and three electives. A minimum grade of C6 in each subject is required to apply.
  • Six IGCSE (G.C.E. O-Level) passes including Mathematics, English, and Science are required together with at least three ‘A’ Level passes (with grade A-D)
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
  • American / Canadian High School Diploma
  • French Baccalaureate (a certified copy of the original score and a certified translated copy in English)
  • Other equivalent exam results approved by the National Accreditation Board of Ghana.

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ABOUT Central University

Central University is an educational Initiative of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC).

It has its origins in a short-term Pastoral training institute, which was started in October 1988 by ICGC. It was later incorporated, in June 1991 under the name, Central Bible College. In 1993, the name was changed again to Central Christian College. The College later upgraded its programmes to the baccalaureate level, and in line with national aspirations, expanded its programmes to include an integrated and practice oriented business school, named Central Business School.

Is D7 accepted in Central University?

To reflect its new status as a liberal arts tertiary institution, the university was re-christened Central University College in 1998. The National Accreditation Board has since accredited it as a tertiary Institution. It is co-educational with equal access for male and female enrolment. Central University has eight (8) faculties/schools, namely the Central Business School (CBS), the School of Architecture and Design (SADe), School of Graduate Studies (SGS), Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS), Faculty of Law(FOL), School of Pharmacy(SOP), School of Engineering and Technology (SET) and  the School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) 

In January 2016, the University College received the long awaited Presidential Charter to become an autonomous and a fully-fledged university as Central University.


1984 The International Central Gospel Church [ICGC] is founded by Rev. Dr. Mensa Otabil

1988 The ICGC opens a ministerial institute to train a new generation of leaders

1991 Central Bible College is birthed from the success of the ICGC ministerial institute

1993 Central Bible College is incorporated as the Central Christian College

1997 Investiture of Rev. Dr. Mensa Otabil as Chancellor

Central Business School is commissioned

1998 Central Bible College is re-christened Central University College to reflect its new status as a liberal arts tertiary institution

Mr. Johnson Kanda is inducted as the first Registrar

Rev. Prof. Kingsley Larbi is appointed as the first Principal

2002 The Business Development Centre opens for business

2003 Development Directorate is carved from the pre-existing Project Office

2004 Prof. V.P. Y. Gadzekpo takes office as the second President

2006 Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences is established

2007 Quality Assurance Unit is launched

Vision & Legacy Unit is established

2008 School of Applied Sciences is commissioned

2009 Mr. J. F. Odartey Blankson is appointed as the University’s second Registrar

Human Resources Directorate is created.

Centre for International Relations & Programmes is inaugurated

2011 School of Graduate Studies is established

William Ofori-Atta Institute of Integrity [WOAII] is instituted

The historic migration of the University from Mataheko to Miotso begins 2012

2012 Prof. Kwesi Yankah is appointed as the third President of the University

2013 Faculty of Law is inaugurated

Three lecture-series: Distinguished Speaker Series, Professorial Inaugural Lectures and Annual Colloquia are instituted.

CU’s Schools and Faculties commence the first Annual Colloquia Series

Prof. Adigun Agbaje begins the Distinguished Speaker Series with the topic “Electoral Politics and the Travails of Democracy” in Africa.

2014 The second and third lectures of the Distinguished Speakers Series are delivered by Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and Prof.Kwesi Botchwey on the respective topics: “Restoring the Value of the Cedi” and “The State of the Nation’s Political Economy”. Is D7 accepted in Central University?

The first Professorial Inaugural Lecture is given by Prof. Kwaku Appiah-Adu on the topic “A Framework for Oil & Gas Development in Ghana”.

The University receives the Socrates Award [Oxford] for Best University & Best Manager

2015 The Head of State Awards for Academic Excellence [Tertiary] is conferred on the University

2016 The University is awarded a Presidential Charter as a fully-fledged University

The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Kwesi Yankah is awarded Laureate for Education in Ghana by Impact Africa Summit.

2017 Prof Bill Buenar Puplampu is appointed Ag. Vice Chancellor

School of Pharmacy is established.

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