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5 colleges of education in Ghana that admit only women; their locations and courses offered.

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Ghana currently has about forty six colleges of education which are responsible for training teachers to teach in the basic schools across the country. Previously, all these colleges used to be Diploma awarding institutions until the recent upgrading into tertiary status and the rollout of the Bachelor of education program which began from the 2018 academic year. Dear reader please click on the follow button to continue to read my informative articles on this platform.

Out of these number, some five of them only specifically for women. Many people especially parents prefer that their wards attend single sex schools due to various reasons. However, many people also prefer to attend mixed school. It is just a matter of choices. This article intends to help our cherished readers identify their names, location, courses offered and their mentoring universities. Per the new Bachelor of education courses that have been introduced in the various colleges, the following courses are available in these respective colleges.

1. St. Teresa College of education (Teresco).

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St. Teresa College of education is one of the female colleges of education in Ghana. It was established in the year 1961 by the Catholic Church. St. Teresa college of education is located in Hohoe in the Volta region of Ghana.

Courses available:

B.Ed(Early Childhood Education)

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B.Ed(Primary Education)

Mentoring University: Universities of Cape Coast (UCC)

2. Presbyterian Women’s College of Education.

Presbyterian Women’s College of Education also enrolls and trained females who are qualified and have the desire to take up teaching as a profession. It was established in the year 1928 by the Presbyterian Church. It is located at Aburi in the Eastern region of Ghana.

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Courses offered:

B.Ed(Early Childhood Education)

B.Ed(Primary Education)

Mentoring University:

3. Ola College of Education.

Ola College of Education is also a single sex college for women. Ola College is located at Cape Coast in the Central region of Ghana. The college was established in the year 1924 to train females who have the passion to join the teaching profession.

Courses offered:

B.Ed(Early Childhood Education)

B.Ed(Mathematics/Science)

B.Ed(English/Ghanaian language)

B.Ed(ICT/Mathematics)

B.Ed(Physical Education/Science)

B.Ed(RME/Music)

Mentoring University: University of Cape Coast

4. Holy Child College of Education.

Holy Child college of education is a was established in the year 1946 to train young qualified and competent women to join the teaching profession. It is located at Takoradi in the Western region of Ghana.

Courses offered:

B.Ed(Early Childhood Education)

B.Ed(Primary Education)

Mentoring University: University of Cape Coast (UCC)

5. St. Monica College of education.

St. Monica college of education is also among the female colleges of education in Ghana. It trains female teachers to become professional in the talk and chalk fraternity. It was established in the year 1930. It is located at Mampong in the Ashanti region of Ghana.

Courses offered:

B.Ed(Primary Education)

B.Ed(RME/Music)

B.Ed(English/Ghanaian language)

Mentoring University: University of Cape Coast.

I appreciate you for taking time to read this article. If you intend to attend a single sex college of education or recommend any of these colleges to anyone, then this article has come to support you opinion. However, let me emphasize that do not entirely base your decision on this article without making any further enquiries. This is very important in arriving at a more updated and latest information.

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