The Accra Institute of Technology (AIT) admission requirement for all the courses has been released for the 2022/2023 academic session.
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AIT Admission Requirement
Accra Institute of Technology AIT Entry Requirements
SSSCE and WASSCE.
Bachelors Degree program in Information Technology or Business Administration: applicants are expected to have minimum credit passes in English Language and Mathematics (minimum D for SSSCE or C6 for WASSCE applicants) in addition to minimum credit passes in three elective subjects.
Also, applicants must have obtained minimum credit passes in Integrated Science for Ghanaian applicants.
For other applicants outside Ghana; especially from Nigeria, besides the English and Mathematics, applicants should have also obtained minimum credit passes in four other elective subjects.
Applicants seeking admission into any engineering and computer science program at AIT should have in addition to the above obtained minimum credit passes in Physics and Elective/Further Mathematics.
City and Guilds, Technician Part I, II, and III, FTC, NVTI, etc are considered.
HND holders with minimum 2nd Class Lower in the relevant area of steady can be considered for a top up at L300.
Applicants who are 25 years and above at the time of applying can admitted as matured students after an entry exams. Such applicants should have passed English Language and Mathematics before qualifying to sit for the mature entrance exams.
AIT Bachelors Degree Entry Requirement
(i) Senior Secondary/High School Certificate Examination
(SS/HSCE) or West African Senior Secondary School Certificate (WASSCE) or equivalent With an aggregate score of 24 or better in six subjects including passes in: Three Core Subjects (including Core English, and Core Mathematics) plus Three Electives.
For Engineering or Computer Science Programs, the Three electives should include Elective Mathematics and Elective Science (Physics, plus Chemistry or Biology).
OR any one or more of the following qualifications:
(ii) Two (2) GCE Advanced Level passes in Science and five GCE Ordinary Level credits in Science. Two (2) of the GCE Ordinary Level credits should be English and Mathematics.
(iii) Other recognised local and international diplomas and certificates (including City and Guilds) deemed equivalent to (i) or (ii) of the above will be considered on merit.
(iv) Holders of AIT’s CTech/DTech qualifications in a subject area relevant to the program the candidate is applying for. Candidates must meet the minimum score and other requirements that will be stipulated from time to time by the AIT Academic Standards Board to qualify for transfer to the degree program.
(v) Holders of Teachers Certificate A with a minimum of 3-year qualification experience.
(iv) HNC/HND Holders with Second Class Lower or better. The HNC/HND must be obtained in an equivalent or relevant subject area of the program the candidate is applying for. Qualified HNC holders will be admitted at Level 200 of the degree program and holders of HND will be admitted on a top-up program which starts at Level 300 of the degree program. For example, Level 200 for HNC or equivalent certificate holders and Level 300 for HND or equivalent certificate holders.
(vi) Mature Students Applicants who are 25 years and above working or having worked for 3 years or more can apply as mature candidates. Mature candidates will be required to write a university entrance examination in three papers: General Mathematics, English and General Studies equivalent to Senior Secondary/High School level. Only candidates with a pass mark of 60% or above in each of these papers will be admitted.