Centre for Gender Research, Advocacy & Documentation (CEGRAD, UCC) in collaboration with the Theologische Hochschule Friedensau,, Germany presents the 2017 International PhD Summer School. Theme: Land Use and Mobile Livelihoods: Intersectional Perspectives on Pastoralism, Migration and Displacement Venue:University of Cape Coast Date: 24th July-4th August, 2017

Kindly click the Career-Oriented Graduate Programmes (Sandwich) Admission List to print the admission letter. Continuing sandwich students are to download the attached file for further information on the respective fees. The activities for the Sandwich 2016/2017 Session are as follows:

Applications are invited from qualified persons for admission into REGULAR (Full-Time) graduate programmes in the University of Cape Coast for the 2017/2018 academic year beginning on 1st August, 2017. Applicants can access the Admission Brochure here

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons (Ghanaian and foreign) for admission into the 3-Year Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree programme of the University of Cape Coast for the 2017/2018 academic year. Applicants are to note that the programme is strictly fee-paying.

1.0       PROGRAMME GOAL AND STUDENT PROFILE

Applications are invited from qualified persons for admission into career oriented graduate programmes (SANDWICH) of the University of Cape Coast for the 2016/2017 academic year. Application Scratch cards for online application forms are up for sale at the centres listed below:

SALES CENTRES

(a) Cash Office, University of Cape Coast (Mode of payment – CASH).

(b) Ghana Post Offices at the Regional Capitals (Mode of payment – POSTAL ORDER).

The interdisciplinary Graduate School ‘Performing Sustainability. Cultures and Development in West Africa’ is a collaborative training network for postgraduate students by the University of Hildesheim (Germany), the University of Maiduguri (Nigeria) and the University of Cape Coast (Ghana). The initiative is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and focuses on innovative research that brings together approaches from performance, arts and culture to bear on sustainable development as defined in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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