The University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) says it will limit the 2023/24 admissions to applicants who will score an aggregate six in their WASSCE examinations.
The Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Abednego Feehi Okoe Amartey, who disclosed this at a ceremony in the school explained that this is to curb the rise in the number of admissions to the school.
According to him, the rate of admissions is going overboard – which is putting pressure on the school’s facilities.
He said despite the deliberate efforts by the management to provide more facilities, it has become important admissions are checked.
Professor Abednego Feehi Okoe Amartey, therefore, urged potential applicants to better their grades if they want to be admitted.
“…and I want to believe that going forward from next year, we may cut down on the numbers because it getting overboard much as we try to put up facilities we realise that too much of us are coming in.
“So please tell your brothers and sisters that if you don’t get aggregate six, UPSA next year, you can’t enter. It is very important,” he said.
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