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Robert Gordon University has now been working in West Africa for over five years and have seen the interest from Ghanaian students to study here increased each year.
Each year the University welcomes more and more students from Ghana.
Popular courses include Oil and Gas Management, Corporate Social Responsibility & Energy, Energy Management and OSPAP - the Overseas Pharmacists Assessment Programme.
The following information is for guidance only and should be used together with the University's general entrance requirements and any specific degree programme requirements.
Applications are considered on an individual basis and other qualifications / work experience may be taken into consideration.
- Requirement is a Bachelor's degree from a recognised university at 2.2 or higher
- *Please note that exceptions can be made for some Energy Centre Courses.*
- A WAEC Senior School certificate with an English grade at Credit level, between 1 and 6 or A - C, is also required. Without this, alternative proof of ability in English is essential
- Students with Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) results will be examined on a case by case basis
Students with qualifications from any international high school are expected to have results comparable to students from UK institutions.
Entry requirements for undergraduate courses are listed on the course information pages under Areas of Study.
Representatives in Ghana
Download a list of our university approved agents in Ghana. In addition to our Admissions Office they are available to help you with any enquiries and also to help you with the submission of any application should you be interested in studying at Robert Gordon University.
Visits to Ghana
Forthcoming visits can be found on the International Visits page.
If you have any queries please use our International Enquiries form.
The Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme
The Tullow Group Scholarship Scheme aims to build capacity in areas where Tullow’s host countries experience significant skills gaps, especially, but not exclusively, around these countries’ oil and gas industries.
The Scheme is part of Tullow’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme (referred to as Social Enterprise (SE)) which aims to contribute to long-term socio-economic development in countries where we operate.
Closing date for applications is 13 February 2013.
For more information and how to apply please visit the following website:Tullow Group Scholarships
International Student Testimonial - Ghana
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