Robert Gordon University has been working in West Africa for many years and has been home to hundreds of Ghanaian students

Subjects popular with our Ghanaian students include

Oil & Gas EngineeringInternational BusinessMaster of Business AdministrationIT for the Oil & Gas Industry

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Some of our Ghanaian alumni have gone on to work at such companies as

Schlumberger
Vodafone
Barclays
Baker Hughes
Newmont Mining Corporation


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Please note that the information continued here is intended as a guideline and allows you to broadly compare your qualifications to the British qualifications specified on the course pages of this website.

Undergraduate
Postgraduate

International High School qualifications (eg. A Levels or International Baccalaureate) are expected to have comparable results to students from UK institutions.

Students who do not hold an International High School qualification will be expected to undertake a pathway programme at our International College (ICRGU)

Most courses require a Bachelor's degree from a recognised university at 2.2 or higher

In many cases exceptions can be made for some Energy Centre Courses

Students with Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) results will be examined on a case by case basis

Students who do not meet the direct entry requirements may be able to undertake a pre-masters programme at our International College (ICRGU)

 


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BCIE Ghana
Off Oxford Street
Behind SSNIT Hospital
Next door to Mama Mia restaurant
Osu
Accra

Tel: +233 302 765 090

Email ismail@preparationforlife.com

Visit the website - www.preparationforlife.com

Go Study Abroad
29 Oleander Street
PO Box TN 131
Teshie Nungua Estates
Accra

Tel: +233 302 937 339

Email info@gostudyabroad.co.uk

Visit the website - www.gostudyabroad.co.uk

Preparation for Life (PFL)
2nd Floor Blueberry Mall Building
Anmada Street, near Shaka Zulu Restaurant
Olusegun Obasanjo Way
(37 Military Hospital - Dzorwulu Highway)
Accra

Tel: +233 302 778 748

Email ghana@bcie.co.uk

Visit the website - www.bcie.co.uk


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The Tullow 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.

Scholarship applications are typically open from January every year.

Visit the Tullow Group Scholarships website (opens in new tab)


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A number of our Ghanaian graduates have gone on to have great success in their chosen careers, either at home or in the UK. We believe that our Ghanaian alumni can be a great research resource for Ghanaian students who want to know more about what it is really like to study here at Robert Gordon University.

Visit the RGU LinkedIn page to learn more (opens in new tab)


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  1. Ernest

    Ernest from Ghana is studying the MSc Oil and Gas Accounting at RGU's Aberdeen Business School.

    Ernest - International Student From Ghana Oil and Gas Accounting MSc

Ernest from Ghana
  1. Mavis

    Mavis from Ghana is studying the MSC Oil and Gas Accounting at RGU's Aberdeen Business School.

    Mavis - International Student From Ghana Oil and Gas Accounting MSc

Mavis from Ghana

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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.