UCC Admission Cut-off Points 2020/2021 [All Courses]

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UCC cut off points for admission 2020/2021, cut-off points for UCC | The University of Cape Coast UCC Cut-off Points required for Admission into the institution for the 2020/2021 academic year.
UCC Cut Off Points For Admission
This is to inform all aspirants that the management of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has released the official cut off point/mark for admission to study any course /program at this notable institution of learning for the 2020/2021 academic year.

There are certain criteria to be observed before being admitted to study in any of the courses in any tertiary institution in Ghana. One of these which include meeting the required cut-off points for each school as well as the courses itself. It is very easy to obtain admission if one has met the required cut off mark for the admission into a particular course.

UCC Cut off points 2020/2021 is used to determine who gets admitted into the institution and which course the person is offered.
In most cases, the cut-off point for UCC is to be used by a prospective student seeking to get admission into the institution as guidance is selecting his or her courses or programmes.
The said student is to measure the University of Cape Coast Cut off points 2020/2021 against his or her grades in order to find out whether he or she is qualified to be admitted into the particular programme of choice.

University of Cape Coast UCC Cut Off Points 2020/2021

The following is the University of Cape Coast cut-off points to consider before for Admission to any academic programme available at UCC for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.
 
NOTE: This page will be UPDATED

PROGRAMME

MALE

FEMALE

Bachelor of Commerce (Finance)

15

15

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

12

12

Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resource Management)

20

20

Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing)

20

20

Bachelor of Commerce (Procurement & Supply Chain Management)

17

17

Bachelor of Commerce (Management)

17

17

B.A. (Social Sciences) Econs/Geo/Maths

25

25

B.A. (Population & Health)

26

26

B.A. (Anthropology)

28

28

B.A. (Geography & Regional Planning)

18

19

B.Sc. (Tourism Management)

32

32

B.Sc. (Hospitality Management)

20

20

B.A. (Arts)

33

33

B.A. (Communication Studies)

19

19

B.A. (Theatre Studies)

28

28

B.  Music

28

28

B.A. (African Studies)

30

30

B.A. (Linguistics)

26

26

B.A. (Film Studies)

33

33

Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery
B.Sc.  (Fisheries & Aquatic Science)

30

33

B.Sc. (Biochemistry)

15

15

B.Sc. (Nursing)

11

11

B.Sc. (Environmental Science)

29

29

B.Sc. (Molecular Biology & Biotechnology)

28

          29
B.Sc. (Entomology & Wildlife).

28

28

B.Sc. (Biomedical  Science)

19

19

B.Sc. (Forensic Science)

25

25

B.Sc. (Information Technology)

19

19

B.Sc. (Computer Science)

21

21

B.Sc. (Optometry)

11

11

B.Sc. (Laboratory Technology)

20

20

B. Sc. (Medical Laboratory Technology)

15

15

B.Sc. (Chemistry)

27

27

B.Sc. (Industrial Chemistry)

23

23

B.Sc. (Water & Sanitation)

28

28

B.Sc. (Physics)

27

27

B.Sc. (Engineering Physics)

27

27

B.Sc. (Meteorology & Atmospheric Physics)

27

27

B.Sc. (Mathematics)

29

29

B.Sc. (Actuarial Science)

14

14

B.Sc. (Statistics)

27

27

B.Sc. (Mathematics with Economics)

19

19

B.Sc. (Mathematics & Statistics)

28

28

B.Sc. (Mathematics with Business)

19

19

B.Sc. (Agriculture)

32

33

B.Sc. (Agricultural Extension & Comm. Devt.)

30

30

B.Sc. (Agri-Business)

29

29

B.Sc. (Agro-Processing)

34

34

B.Sc. (Psychology)

20

20

B.ED. Home Economics (Food & Nutrition)

30

30

B.ED. Home Economics (Clothing & Textile)

30

30

B.ED. (Physical Education)

34

34

B.ED. (Social Sciences) Geo/Econs/History

14

14

B.ED. (Accounting)

13

13

B.ED. (Management)

15

16

B.ED. (Arts)

18

19

B.ED. (Social Studies)

18

19

B.ED.  (Basic Education)

23

24

B.ED. (Early Childhood Education)

25

25

B.ED. (Science)

23

23

B.ED. (Mathematics)

18

19

B.ED. (Computer Science)

28

28

NOTE:

The cut-off-points stated above were for admissions only and are solely for the guidance of applicants in the choice of their programmes.

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UCC Admission Cut-off Points 2020/2021 [All Courses]

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UCC cut off points for admission 2020/2021, cut-off points for UCC | The University of Cape Coast UCC Cut-off Points required for Admission into the institution for the 2020/2021 academic year.
UCC Cut Off Points For Admission
This is to inform all aspirants that the management of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has released the official cut off point/mark for admission to study any course /program at this notable institution of learning for the 2020/2021 academic year.

There are certain criteria to be observed before being admitted to study in any of the courses in any tertiary institution in Ghana. One of these which include meeting the required cut-off points for each school as well as the courses itself. It is very easy to obtain admission if one has met the required cut off mark for the admission into a particular course.

UCC Cut off points 2020/2021 is used to determine who gets admitted into the institution and which course the person is offered.
In most cases, the cut-off point for UCC is to be used by a prospective student seeking to get admission into the institution as guidance is selecting his or her courses or programmes.
The said student is to measure the University of Cape Coast Cut off points 2020/2021 against his or her grades in order to find out whether he or she is qualified to be admitted into the particular programme of choice.

University of Cape Coast UCC Cut Off Points 2020/2021

The following is the University of Cape Coast cut-off points to consider before for Admission to any academic programme available at UCC for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.
 
NOTE: This page will be UPDATED

PROGRAMME

MALE

FEMALE

Bachelor of Commerce (Finance)

15

15

Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)

12

12

Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resource Management)

20

20

Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing)

20

20

Bachelor of Commerce (Procurement & Supply Chain Management)

17

17

Bachelor of Commerce (Management)

17

17

B.A. (Social Sciences) Econs/Geo/Maths

25

25

B.A. (Population & Health)

26

26

B.A. (Anthropology)

28

28

B.A. (Geography & Regional Planning)

18

19

B.Sc. (Tourism Management)

32

32

B.Sc. (Hospitality Management)

20

20

B.A. (Arts)

33

33

B.A. (Communication Studies)

19

19

B.A. (Theatre Studies)

28

28

B.  Music

28

28

B.A. (African Studies)

30

30

B.A. (Linguistics)

26

26

B.A. (Film Studies)

33

33

Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery
B.Sc.  (Fisheries & Aquatic Science)

30

33

B.Sc. (Biochemistry)

15

15

B.Sc. (Nursing)

11

11

B.Sc. (Environmental Science)

29

29

B.Sc. (Molecular Biology & Biotechnology)

28

          29
B.Sc. (Entomology & Wildlife).

28

28

B.Sc. (Biomedical  Science)

19

19

B.Sc. (Forensic Science)

25

25

B.Sc. (Information Technology)

19

19

B.Sc. (Computer Science)

21

21

B.Sc. (Optometry)

11

11

B.Sc. (Laboratory Technology)

20

20

B. Sc. (Medical Laboratory Technology)

15

15

B.Sc. (Chemistry)

27

27

B.Sc. (Industrial Chemistry)

23

23

B.Sc. (Water & Sanitation)

28

28

B.Sc. (Physics)

27

27

B.Sc. (Engineering Physics)

27

27

B.Sc. (Meteorology & Atmospheric Physics)

27

27

B.Sc. (Mathematics)

29

29

B.Sc. (Actuarial Science)

14

14

B.Sc. (Statistics)

27

27

B.Sc. (Mathematics with Economics)

19

19

B.Sc. (Mathematics & Statistics)

28

28

B.Sc. (Mathematics with Business)

19

19

B.Sc. (Agriculture)

32

33

B.Sc. (Agricultural Extension & Comm. Devt.)

30

30

B.Sc. (Agri-Business)

29

29

B.Sc. (Agro-Processing)

34

34

B.Sc. (Psychology)

20

20

B.ED. Home Economics (Food & Nutrition)

30

30

B.ED. Home Economics (Clothing & Textile)

30

30

B.ED. (Physical Education)

34

34

B.ED. (Social Sciences) Geo/Econs/History

14

14

B.ED. (Accounting)

13

13

B.ED. (Management)

15

16

B.ED. (Arts)

18

19

B.ED. (Social Studies)

18

19

B.ED.  (Basic Education)

23

24

B.ED. (Early Childhood Education)

25

25

B.ED. (Science)

23

23

B.ED. (Mathematics)

18

19

B.ED. (Computer Science)

28

28

NOTE:

The cut-off-points stated above were for admissions only and are solely for the guidance of applicants in the choice of their programmes.

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  1. micheal appahu says:

    Social studies b2
    English Lang. c6
    Mathematics(c) b3
    Integrated scin. b3
    Economic b3
    Governments a1
    Mathematics(e) c6
    Geography b3

    Please can read economics or so
    Sociology..

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