ADISCO Admission Requirements 2024/2025

The Adisadel College, ADISCO admission requirement for all the courses at the Undergraduate, Postgraduate level has been released for the 2024/2025 academic session.

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ADISCO Admission Requirements

Applicants from Junior Secondary School must obtain at least grade one in six subjects of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) offered by the West African Examination Council.

Foreign applicants must present credentials equivalent to the Ghanaian BECE. There are however very limited places for applicants abroad.

Wards of alumni applying from abroad are advised to take the Basic Education Certificate Examination.

Most enrolling first-year students are of 14years of age. There is no age requirement.

Students at Adisadel

Adisadel has a diverse student body. Numbering 2000, the students come from various social and economic background. Majority of the students are from Ghana.

However, there are a few exchange students and others from various parts of the world. All enrolling freshmen have a grade one or better in the Basic Education Certificate Examination.

Though students are introduced to a rigorous academic program they are also encouraged to pursue personal development through the numerous extracurricular activities.


Accepted applicants enroll in September. The school academic year is divided into three terms:

  • 1st Term – September – December  (Advent Term)
  • 2nd Term – January – March  (Lent Term)
  • 3rd Term – April – July  (Trinity Term)

All accepted applicants are encouraged to apply for their choice of dormitory of residence. Due to the popular demand for certain dormitories, applicants will be evaluated on a first-come-first-serve basis.

With the ever-increasing demand for the limited places available, admission to Adisadel College is very competitive. Only half of those who apply are admitted. Admission is solely based on merit.

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