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Accra College of Education Releases first batch of 2020/2021 Admission List

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The Accra College of Education has released the first batch of successful applicants who applied to be admitted into the school for the 2020/2021 academic year.

The list which contains prospective level 100s pursuing three different programs has been pasted on the College’s notice board for public perusal.

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According to the released list, 37 applicants have been admitted to pursue B. Ed Early Childhood Education, 52 for Primary Education and 168 admitted in the JHS sector.

Master Ebenezer Danso, the P.R.O. of the College’s SRC, in an interview with the AcCE SRC Media Team congratulated the successful applicants on behalf of the SRC and also expressed the association’s desire to see them succeed in the admission process to become full members of the City College.
“Accra College of Education over the years have attracted a lot of people but unfortunately only a few get admitted. So on behalf of the students’ Representative Council, I congratulate them on their successful applications. We look forward to seeing them after the completion of the admission process”.

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