How To Apply For 2017 Teacher Training College Admissions
The following are How To Apply For 2017 Teacher Training College admissions. All applicants are to follow the steps in order to increase their chances of getting admission.
Online Application Procedure:
Applicants will first make a payment of the application fee into the schools account at the following banks
i) GCB Bank Ltd.
ii) uniBank Ghana Ltd.
iii) Additionally, payment can also be made through mobile money wallet: Tigo Cash, Airtel Money or MTN Mobile Money by dialing short code *924*8# from all networks.
- Upon payment, applicants will be given the following information:
(A) A Personal Identification Number (PIN).
(B) An Admission Application Serial Number.
(C) The Admission Website Address- admission.coeportal.edu.gh
- iv) With this PIN, applicants will then visit the Colleges of Education admission website: admission.coeportal.edu.gh and follow specific guidelines to fill the online application form.
a) Applicants are advised to read and to ensure they fully understand all related instructions before completing the application form.
b) Applicants are to note that application forms not properly completed will not be processed.
c) After completing the online application form, an applicant will need to print a copy which should be sent with one passport photograph and a copy/copies of their results slips (where available) by EMS priority envelope obtainable from Ghana Post nationwide and addressed to: The Principal of the COLLEGE chosen.
d) Applicants will be notified of the receipt of their applications by SMS (text message) and should therefore provide correct and reliable cell phone numbers when completing the form online.
e) Applicants will also receive admission offer notifications by SMS and those who do not receive such notifications may understand it to mean that their applications have not been successful.
f) Applicants are to note that the Colleges will cross-check the results of all applicants from the West African Examinations Council. Applicants found to have submitted fake or falsified documents in support of their applications will face the legal consequences of their actions.