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Prospective candidates who wish to make their way into the country’s premium communication school, Ghana Institute of Journalism for the 2019/2020 academic year would have to cough out extra GHC 50.00; which means bachelor’s degree applicants would pay GHC 250.00 as oppose to the usual GHC 200.00.
This makes it the most expensive among public universities in the country.
Application cost for International applicants has also shot up from USD 100 to USD 120.
However, the cost for prospective Diploma students has been maintained at its GHC 200.00 cost.
GIJ’s upward review of its admission cost is similar to that of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology whose admission cost shot up from GHC 180.00 to GHC 200.00 for the 2019/2020 academic year.