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Does GIJ Accept D7 for Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies?

Yes! The Ghana Institute of Journalism does NOT accept D7 for Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies programme. Kindly read the details provided below for more information on your eligibility status.

Requirements to Study Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

SSSCE Holders

Applicants must possess passes (A-D) in six (6) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English, Mathematics, and three (3) elective subjects with an overall aggregate of 24 or better.

WASSCE Holders

Applicants must possess passes(A1-C6) in six (6) subjects comprising three (3) core subjects, including English, Mathematics, and three (3) elective subjects with an overall aggregate of 36 or better.

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GCE Advanced Level Holders

Applicants must possess a General Certificate of Examinations (GCE) ‘A’ Level Grade E or better in three (3) subjects, at least, one of which should be Grade D or better. Credit passes i.e. Grade 6 or better in five (5) GCE Ordinary Level (‘O” Level) subjects including English, Mathematics, and a Science subject, for non-science students.

Diploma Holders

GIJ Diploma holders with a CGPA of 1.79 and below can apply to be admitted to level 200.

Mature Students (Who can apply?)

Persons wishing to enter the Ghana Institute of Journalism as Mature Students must be at least 25 years old and show proof of age with a birth certificate or any legitimate documentary proof of date of birth which is at least 5 years old at the time of application.

Applicants will be considered for admission on passing a special entrance examination in English Language, Mathematics, and Aptitude Test/General Paper to be conducted by the Institute.

In conclusion, these are the qualifications to study Bachelor in Communication Studies at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ). Applicants must take note of this information before applying for admission.

Source GIJ