How To Buy Presbyterian University E-Voucher

Presbyterian University Admission forms are out. Applicants can purchase Presbyterian University E-Voucher by following the steps provided below.

Presbyterian University e-voucher

SALE CENTRES FOR PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY E-VOUCHER

Here are the Presbyterian University e-voucher centres. Applicants who wish to apply into the isntitution can obtain their scratch card here.

Purchase an eVoucher from any branch of these banks:

  • Agricultural Development Bank (ADB)
  • Ecobank
  • Republic Bank (HFC Bank)
  • Universal Merchant Bank
  • Prudential Bank
  • Consolidated Bank of Ghana (CBG)
  • Ghana Commercial Bank (GCB)
  • Fidelity Bank

The cost of an eVoucher is GHS 100.00 for Ghanaian applicants and $100.00 for Non-Ghanaian applicants.

HOW TO PURCHASE PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY E-VOUCHER ONLINE

Below steps will help you successfully purchase for Presbyterian University E-Voucher online

1. Visit here

2. Choose your preferred Application Voucher by clicking on its “buy” button.

3. Fill out the required spaces provided (ie. your Name, Email Address and a valid Telephone Number. Please make sure to include international prefix and number should be a registered MTN mobile money subscriber.

4. Choose MTN as your payment method by clicking on the “pay now” button.

5. Wait for PIN and Serial Number to be sent to the Telephone Number as SMS or the Email Address you provided.

Presbyterian University e-voucher

ABOUT PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

According to the church history, in 1843, the Presbyterian Church of Ghana established the first primary school in the country. This sparked off a series of bold, visionary and pioneering initiatives in the development of education in the country. Five years later, it established the Presbyterian Training College (PTC) at Akropong, the second higher educational institution in West Africa after Fourah Bay College in Sierra Leone. Since those early beginnings, the Presbyterian Church of Ghana has established and managed, in partnership with the Government of Ghana , hundreds of primary schools, many high schools and colleges of education.

These schools and colleges, guided by the proverbial Presbyterian discipline, set very high moral as well as educational standards, which have characterized the Presbyterian Education tradition. Also in partnership with government, the church has provided and managed Professional, Technical and Vocational Institutions in a wide range of fields including Agriculture and Health. Specifically, the church has established 1,886 schools comprising 490 Nurseries, 973 Primary Schools, 388 Junior High Schools, five (5) Vocational Institutes, five (5) Colleges of Education and 25 Senior High Schools.

With the establishment of the Presbyterian Training College (PTC), it was hoped that, like the Fourah Bay College in Sierra Leone, it might one day be upgraded to a university. However, after several years, it was not until 1996 that the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana at that time took the bold decision to initiate steps into establishing a university. The body charged with pushing forward this initiative, the Presbyterian University Implementation Committee, was formally established in 1998. It is through these efforts and the determination of the Church that the  Presbyterian University  College, Ghana has come into being.

THE CONCEPT

The Presbyterian University College is conceived as a response to the challenge presented by the high demand for student admission in Ghanaian Universities (low access), the perceived lowering of academic standards and the erosion of moral and ethical values in the Ghanaian Society. It will relate its programmes to the developmental needs of Ghana in the 21st Century and beyond, in terms of training, research, extension and service. It will identify and fill important niches in the development of higher education in the country.

THE MISSION OF THE INSTITUTION

The mission of the University is;

‘‘To design and implement relevant academic and Professional programmes of teaching, research and outreach for a global population within the context of Christian ethics that produce holistic human development.’’ Read More Here.

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