Beware of scammers - GTEC cautions mature students

Beware of scammers - GTEC cautions mature students

It said those advertisements, among others, usually indicated that the prospective candidates did not need to have a certificate of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) or Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) requirement to participate in the examination.


You need to have a foundation for you to be able to enter for a tertiary programme.

The advertisements, among others, assure prospective students that they do not need to have any certificate for the admission process.

Jinapor said when the attention of GTEC was drawn to it and the universities cited were contacted, “They tell us they have no knowledge of it and that they do not have any contract with any agent to recruit adult students.”

Indeed, you need to have a foundation.”

“Again, you need to have relevant work experience because you are given the opportunity to access tertiary education even though you do not meet the minimum requirement but because you have the requisite experience, that is why you are given that opportunity, “Prof

“Secondly, what we do is that we have what we call academic audit, which is periodic or ad hoc,” the DDG of the GTEC said, adding that if the commission suspected that a particular university was running unaccredited programmes, it went there to do the audit.

Source: AdomOnline
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