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Selection of elective subjects for the UCC 3-SEM top-up-Key things to note

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The selection of electives for various applicants successfully admitted is a hell-like thing to many. According to Listengh.net’s observations, many are confused as to what these electives are and the need to select them.

THE BREAKDOWN

Well, every Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) holder might have obtained the certificate from the teacher training college or the university either through regular, distance or sandwich mode. During the course study period, there were a lot of electives one could choose from.

For example, in the training college, an individual who offered a general programme could choose either agricultural science, home economics, Ghanaian language, creativity as an elective subject. Every trainee offered at least two of these electives in two different semesters. Therefore, in selecting your electives for the current top-up programme, one needs to cast his/her mind back to the electives he/she chose to offer way back in the college. This is no different from the individuals who obtained their DBE certificates through the university-likewise the Untrained Diploma in Basic Education (UTDBE) certificate holders. However, successful applicants can CLICK HERE to select their study their centres and choose their electives.

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All persons are advised to select an elective course he or she has an upper hand on to prevent too much struggle when programme commences.

Candidates are advised to note that an elective subject or course must be selected no matter the programme one decides to offer. Many are those who think choosing the early childhood course will not come along with the selection of an elective. This is a wrong perception because, without the selection of an elective, you cannot choose a study center.

24 COMMENTS

  1. Please i have already submitted my elective to the university. I chose ICT as my elective when filling online form, offered admission alright but i offer RME back at college. What do i do now.

  2. Pls I did home economics at college but when fillingthe form I chose social studies .I have tried to register my course but if I choose the home economics as my elective there is no study centre to choose.pls what do I do.

  3. PLS I HAVE VERIFIED MY NAME AND FEES SINCE LAST WEEK YET I HAVE NOT BEEN SENT THE REGISTRATION NUMBER AND PASSWORD IS THERE ANYTHING I SHOULD DO TO GET MY REGISTRATION AND PASSWORD SENT TO ME FOR MY REGISTRATION?

  4. Please I have been offered admission but I got my letter on 14 November and it has been stated in the letter that the closing date for the payment of fees is 13th November so what do I do?

  5. Please I have printed my admission letter but when I went to the bank to pay the fees the teller told me that I have not been captured. Please what can I do?

  6. Hello Sir, with the payment of fees…. My Care taker paid half of the fees for me and my cousin who also wants to enroll for the programme but due to financial constraints we still haven’t been able to pay the arrears till now. She suggests one should quit and reapply next year…Since we have all paid half of the fees,is it possible to use her fees as a top up for mine since fees paid are not refundable?…… And if yes, please how do we get it done… Thank you.

    • With UCC top-up courses, fees must be paid fully before you are given access to write an exam.
      However, if you wish to retrieve your half-paid fees, write an official letter to the institute-you may be heard out, that is if you are lucky.

    • Kindly search and read on the article ” selection of elective”
      That was the directive given by the institute.
      However, individuals (first cohorts) who selected any elective of their choice were however given the opportunity to offer it. The decision is I’m your hands.

  7. I did diploma in development education at University for Development Studies and now working with GES as a teacher. Can I also apply for this program?

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