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KNUST BA. Geography and Rural Development cut off points & requirements 2023

Are you fascinated by the intricacies of geography and the sustainable development of rural areas? Pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Geography and Rural Development at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) might be your perfect academic endeavor. Let’s delve into the specific cut-off points and requirements for the 2023 admissions.

Cut Off Points

The cut-off points are pivotal in securing admission to the BA. Geography and Rural Development program at KNUST. The cut off point of this program is 11.

Academic Requirements

In addition to the cut-off points, applicants must fulfill specific academic criteria to qualify for the BA. Geography and Rural Development program. These commonly include:

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Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE) or West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE): Prospective students must attain a minimum grade in relevant subjects, including Geography and any other related subjects.

WASSCE/SSSCE APPLICANTS Entry Requirements

Core Subjects: Credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, and Integrated Science
Elective Subjects: Credit passes in THREE (3) including Geography and any TWO (2) from Economics, Government, French, Literature in English, Religious Studies, History, Elective Mathematics, Akan, and any other General Arts Elective.

Also Read: KNUST BA. English cut off points & requirements 2023

‘A’ LEVEL APPLICANTS Entry Requirements

‘O’ Level: Credit passes in FIVE (5) subjects including English Language and Mathematics.
‘A’ Level or equivalent: Credit passes including Geography and TWO (2) other Subjects from History, French, English, Akan, Religious Studies, Elective Mathematics and Economics. They must also obtain a pass in General Paper.

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.

Conclusion

Aspiring students for the BA. Geography and Rural Development program at KNUST need to focus on both the cut-off points and the specific academic and non-academic requirements. Regularly checking the official KNUST website or contacting the university’s admissions office for the most accurate and up-to-date information is highly recommended.

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