Entry requirement

The purpose of the College is to admit and train students deemed to be academically qualified and who accept the college’s vision and mission.

Admission to all departments is made yearly. Generally, admissions are made through the fillling of application forms accompanied with relevant certificates or documents. Forcertain programmes students will be required to sit for an entrance exam beforequalifying for the pursuance of the course. In other cases applicants may be asked toattend an interview to determine their suitability for the programme. For the specificdates before the beginning of certain programmes students must consult the relevantheads of department. Submitting an application and its supporting documents are thefirst steps in the selection process. An application should NOT be completed andsubmitted in ways that will disadvantage or disqualify an applicant. The respectiveapplicants are entreated to read their admission brochures carefully before completingtheir application forms. For all certificates and results other than those from the WestAfrican Examinations Council, the Universities in Ghana and Institutions accredited bythe National Accreditation Board should be cleared with the National AccreditationBoard and the evaluation reports should be attached to the application forms.

Admission of junior members to TAC shall be subject to their passing a medicalexamination. Dates of the Semesters are announced in notices and calendars of theCollege

The following enclosures should accompany the completed application form:

  • Certified photocopies of certificate(s) or result slip(s).
  • One certified copy of Social Security identification card (for mature applicantsonly). N.B: Copies of documents submitted in support of applications are notreturnable.
  • No application will be processed unless the requirements above are fully met.Only selected applicants will be written to.
  • he College does not accept late requests for applications.

Minimum entry requirements

Thhe basic requirements to be satisfied to qualify for entry into the College. Theserequirements are to be met in addition to the other programme-specific requirements.

LEVEL 100

  • SSSCE/WASSCE

    Application with credit passes in six (6) subjects including English, Maths and CoreScience and over all aggregate score of 24 or better

  • WASSCE means (A1-C6) and
  • SSSCE means (A-D)
  • Mature Students

    Applicants who does not satisfy the above requirements must meet the followingcategories

  • Must be 25 years and above at the time of submitting theapplication
  • Should have a minimum of a SHS Certificate or a Certificate ofProfessional Training from a recognised institution.
  • Must have a minimum of 3 years working experience
  • Must pass Trans Africa College Entrance Examination and interview

LEVEL 200

  • With ‘O’ Level/WASSCE/SSSCE English and Maths)
  • GCE ‘A’ Level, Must have G.C.E. ‘A’ Level any three (3) passes
  • RSA Stage II Five (5) passes in any subjects RSA Stage III three (3) passes in any subjects
  • Level I of ACCA/CA (GH)/CIM Prof. Cert
  • Diploma from the following Institutions: GIJ/Universities/Polytechnics and Other recognised Tertiary Institutions
  • DBS Graduates and Diploma in Nursing Holders with a minimum oftwo years relevant work experience
  • Cert ‘A’ Holders (Post-Sec) with a minimum of two (2) years workexperience

LEVEL 300 – (TOP-UPS)

HND Holders with a minimum of second class lower in the relevant discipline may beadmitted into the accelerated top-up degree programmes for 3 Semesters

NB: below is the table used for the interpretation of the WASSCE Applicants’ grades:

SSSCE WASSCE Aggregate Interpretatioon
A A1 1 Excellent
B B2 2 Very Good
C B3 3 Good
D C4,C5, C6 4 Credit
E D7, E8 5 Pass
F F9 Not Available Fail