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All Nations Institute Of Technology 2021/2022 Courses and Cut off Points
All Nations Institute Of Technology 2021/2022 Courses and Cut off Points, There are several Courses offered at All Nations University. These courses are listed below.
All Nations University College offers the following programmes:
- Pre Engineering
- Pre Nursing
- ABCE, GBCE
English as a Second Language Programme (ESL)
School of Business
- Banking & Finance
- Human Resource Management
School of Engineering
- Oil & Gas Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Electronics & Communications Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
School of Humanities and Sciences
- Biblical Studies with Business Administration
- Diploma in Biblical Studies
- Certificate in Biblical Studies
Short term courses
- Managerial Decision Making: The role of Case teaching and writing in business management education (Course duration: one (1) month every May)
The University is submitting the following programmes for accreditation:
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical & Electronic Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
All Nations University College ANUC Cut Off Points 2021/2022
Details of All Nations University Cut off points 2021; Get all the cut off points and admission requirements you need before you apply.
The University currently uses the standard cut off point of SSSCE aggregate 36 or better; WASSCE aggregate 24 or better; the ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels as well as the GBCE/ABCE qualifications to admit qualified applicant. The Faculties have also additional requirement to be satisfied by the applicant
The All Nations University Cut off points 2021 are very difficult to come by. According to the school, the cut off points are only used when they have received more than enough applications.
Applicants are however advised to make sure they meet the All Nations University admission requirements stated below
The admission requirements described in this section are minimal for consideration for admission and should be viewed as guidelines only. All Nations University College reserves the right to accept or deny admission of applicants without explanation. A review of an admission decision may be requested provided that substantially new and significant information is supplied to the Admissions Board. To meet the needs of applicants with diverse backgrounds, ANUC has developed a number of admission categories.
Where general requirements do not cover, the interview process that each applicant will undertake, will determine his/her qualifications. Such interviews will be conducted by the Registrar’s Office or those assigned by that office.
General Admission Requirements
The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) Ghana directives guide the Admissions Policy for school candidates. All applications to the University College must be accompanied by Original Transcripts from previous institutions or examination bodies. Awarding institutions must be accredited and recognized by the National Accreditation Board.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO FIRST DEGREE PROGRAMME
1. WASSCE/SSSCE APPLICANTS:
The general requirements for admission of WASSCE and SSSCE candidates to first degree programmes are three (3) credit passes in three core subjects and three (3) credit passes in three relevant elective subjects or better.
- SSSCE Candidates: Passes (A-D) in six (6) subjects comprising three core subjects, including English language and Mathematics, plus three (3) relevant elective subjects or better.
- WASSCE Candidates: Credit passes (A1-C6) in six (6) subjects comprising three core subjects, including English language and Mathematics, plus three (3) relevant elective subjects or better.
- An applicant for admission to a degree programme in the University College must have aggregate 24 or better, with at least credit passes in Mathematics, English Language, and Integrated Science. Social Studies may be accepted for non-Engineering Programmes, but Integrated Science is preferred plus three (3) elective subjects, or their equivalent relevant to the chosen programme.
- Candidates with aggregates higher than 24 will NOT be admitted for degree programmes. Such applicants may apply to attend the University College’s Pre University programme.
2. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE (HONORS):
- Applicants must have at least a credit pass (WASSCE A1-C6 or SSSCE A-D) in Physics.
- Applicants with credit passes in Elective Mathematics will be preferred
3. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR ENGINEERINGCOURSES –
This applies to all Engineering Programmes;
- Applicants for Engineering must have credit in Physics and Chemistry.
- For Biomedical Engineering, Biology may be accepted instead of Chemistry.
- Applicants with credit in Elective Mathematics will be preferred
- Applicants who do not have Elective Mathematics may apply to attend the University College’s Pre University programme.
4. GCE (GENERAL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION):
Applicants must have CREDIT passes in three (3) subjects (at least, one of the passes should be Grade D or better). Also, the applicant must have had credit passes (Grade 6) in five (5) GCE Ordinary Level subjects including English Language, Mathematics and a Science subject for non-science students) and an Arts subject for (Science students).
5. ABCE (ADVANCED BUSINESS CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION):
Applicants must have credit passes in three (3) core subjects plus at least two (2) electives relevant to the programme of study
6. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS HND: APPLICANTS WITH HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT:
Applicants must have graduated with a good HND certificate (i.e. at least 2nd Class Lower Division).
7. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR HND: APPLICANTS WITH HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT:
The HND must be in an area of study relevant to the proposed programme of study.
Applicants with First (1st) Class must have at least two (2) years of relevant work experience. Successful applicants will be admitted into Level 300 in a related field.
Applicants with Second (2nd) Class Honors (Upper or Lower Divisions), must have at least 1 (one) year of relevant work experience. Successful applicants will be admitted into Level 200 in a related field.
Applicants with Third (3rd) Class or pass must have at least 2 years of relevant work experience. Successful applicants will be admitted into Level 100, subject to passing an entry examination/interview.
Other qualifications from elsewhere assessed to be equivalent to HND may be similarly considered.