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KNUST BA. French and Francophone Studies cut off points & requirements 2023

Embarking on a journey to explore the rich tapestry of the French language and its cultural nuances is a captivating endeavor. The Bachelor of Arts (BA) program in French and Francophone Studies at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) offers just that. However, before delving into this fascinating academic pursuit, it’s crucial to grasp the cut-off points and requirements for admission in 2023.

Prospective students should possess either a West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) or a Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) qualification. It’s worth noting that the cut-off points for WASSCE are typically slightly higher than those for SSSCE.

General Requirements: To be considered for admission, applicants must hold a minimum of six credit passes (A1-C6 for WASSCE and A-D for SSSCE) in core subjects, with English and Mathematics being fundamental.

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Subject-Specific Requirements: Given the specialized nature of French and Francophone Studies, having a background in subjects like French, English, or related fields can be beneficial.

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Aggregate Score: The aggregate score, calculated based on performance in core and elective subjects, is a pivotal factor in gaining admission.

WASSCE/SSSCE APPLICANTS Entry Requirements

Core Subjects: Credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, and Integrated Science
Elective Subjects: Good pass in French (at Grade A1-B3) and any TWO from History, Religious Studies, Economics, Geography, Government, Literature in English, Business Management, Ghanaian Language, and any other General Arts Elective.

‘A’ LEVEL APPLICANTS Entry Requirements

‘O’ Level: Credit passes in FIVE (5) subjects including English Language and Mathematics.
‘A’ Level or equivalent: Credit passes in THREE (3) subjects including French and/or Akan or any other Ghanaian Language, and any TWO (2) of the following: Literature in English, Economics, Geography, Government, History, Business Management, and Religious Studies.

MATURE APPLICANTS Entry Requirements

An applicant must be at least 25 years at the time of the application.
An applicant must also satisfy the requirements for WASSCE/SSSCE OR ‘A’ Level.

Cut-off Point

Admission into the BA French and Francophone Studies program at KNUST is a competitive process, and applicants must meet specific cut-off point of 14. Although these points may fluctuate annually based on the caliber of applicants, as of 2023, here are the anticipated cut-off points:

Conclusion

Embarking on a BA in French and Francophone Studies at KNUST promises a journey of linguistic and cultural exploration. However, meeting the cut-off points and fulfilling the requirements is the pivotal initial step toward securing your place in this program.

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