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    PROMISINGYOUR O. Box KN 1739 Accra - GhanaTEL +233 302 417 057/8EMAIL

    POST-GRADUATE PROGRAMMESMCom TaxationMCom MicrofinanceMCom Applied AccountingMBA FinanceMBA MarketingMBA EntrepreneurshipMBA Project ManagementMBA Human Resource ManagementMBA Logistics and Supply Chain ManagementM.Sc. International Accounting & Finance (With Buckinghamshire New University - UK)M. A. Pentecostal Studies

    SESSIONS FOR PROGRAMMES Regular Evening Monday - Thursday Weekend Saturdays

    ADDED BENEFITS OF THE PROGRAMMES Exemptions from the following Professional bodies:

    MCom Applied Accounting - ICAG (Part 1-3) MBA Finance ICAG - (Part 1-3) M.Sc. International Accounting & Finance

    ICAG -(Part 1-3) Or ACCA (F1-F9) MBA Logistics & Supply Chain Management -

    Automatic Chartered Member of CILT MBA HRM - HRM Professional (Level 1 & 2) Taxation MCom Taxation - CITG's Professional

    Level Examinations and two subjects from Final Level I)

    ADMISSION REQUIREMENTSCandidates must possess a good First degree from a recognised University .

    DURATION OF THE PROGRAMMEThe Masters Programmes run for two Academic Years.

    Application forms or e-voucher may be obtained at a cost

    of GHC 80.00 from any of the following outlets:

    All Church of Pentecost Area offices

    Ghana Post Office (EMS counters in all regional

    branches nationwide)

    Pentecost University Campus, Sowotuom - Accra

    (Accounts Office)

    Pentecost University Graduate School, KAMA Plaza

    Labone - Accra

    All Prudential Bank and Unibank Branches nationwide

    Apply online at

    Local Applicants (Ghanaians)

    Local Applicants should please note that the online

    application will require scanned copies of result slip, passport

    size photograph, pin number and form number on the

    e-voucher purchased from Prudential Bank or Unibank.


    International Applicants (Non-Ghanaians)

    online application for International Applicants

    will require scanned copies of result slip and

    scanned passport size photograph.

    International applicants are to generate pin at no cost

    on the international students admissions portal.SSSCE HoldersSix (6) passes including core English, Mathematics and either

    Integrated Science or Social Studies and three (3) Electives in

    relevant subjects. Applicants should have an aggregate score of

    6 24 in the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) Senior

    Secondary School Certificate Examinations.

    WASSSCE Applicants Six (6) credits including core English, Mathematics and either

    Integrated Science or Social Studies and three (3) Electives in

    relevant subjects. Applicants should have an aggregate score of

    6 -36 in the WASSCE as interpreted below:

    Candidates with a combination of the two grading systems shall be treated on a case-by-case basis.

    Diploma And Professional Certificate HoldersHolders of HND in related subjects, ICA part 1, CIM Certificate,

    CA part 1, ICSA part 1, RSA part III, ABCE, LCCI part III, CII, City

    and Guilds part III. WAEC Commercial Diploma and any other

    Diploma, or Certificate in related subject area can also apply to

    be considered on merit.

    Other Certificate HoldersAny other Certificates in related subject deemed equivalent to

    the above mentioned certificates can also apply to be

    considered on merit.

    International Students Qualifications acceptable for international admissions include the following: Senior Secondary School Certificates (SSSCE/WASSSCE) Baccalaureate (French) International Baccalaureate (IB) GCE (Cambridge) O and A Levels IGCSE (Cambridge) O and A levels American High School Grade Grade 12 and 13

    examinations Other external qualifications which have equivalences to

    the WASSCE/SSSCE and the GCE (A Levels)




    INTERPRETATIONExcellentVery Good




    VISION The vision of the Pentecost University College is to empower students to serve their own generation and posterity with integrity and the fear of God.

    MISSIONThe University's mission is to be on the cutting-edge of the dissemination of knowledge, quality education, research and training for the purpose of producing an excellent human resource base to meet the demands of Ghana's development.

    The University shall be governed by the highest level of integrity and ethical standards.

    CORE VALUESPUC recognises the under-listed institutional core values as qualities that students and staff must display in the execution of their tasks:

    1. Faith in God through Jesus Christ

    2. Integrity of heart and credibility

    3. Commitment and dedication to hard work

    WHO WE ARE4. Capacity building

    5. Creating a Christian environment and relationships

    6. Developing leaders with integrity

    7. Respect for the equality for all people


    B. A. Theology M. A. Pentecostal Studies


    B.Sc. Marketing B.Sc. Accounting B.Sc. Banking & Finance B.Sc. Human Resource Management B.Sc. Insurance with Actuarial Science B.Sc. Logistics & Supply Chain Management B.Sc. Insurance B.Sc. Corporate & Business Development

    Studies Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com) B.A. Communication Studies


    B.Sc. Information Technology B.Sc. Actuarial Science B.Sc. Nursing B.Sc. Applied Mathematics B.Sc. Quantity Surveying &

    Construction Economics B.Sc. Construction Technology &

    Engineering Management



    B.Sc. NursingThe programme is designed to inculcate in the student nurse skillsets to care for individual clients, family, group, or community as unique persons with peculiar needs. We believe in nursing our clients with the fear of God with the highest integrity, irrespective of colour, belief, race or social status. The programme places emphasis on life promotion or otherwise life preservation, restoration and rehabilitation; physically, socially, mentally and spiritually.

    B.Sc. Quantity Surveying & Construction EconomicsThe programme is designed to expose students to an understanding of the theory, concepts and methods pertaining to the construction industry in general and the fields of quantity surveying and construction economics in particular. They will gain detailed knowledge and understanding of the framework within which the construction industry operates, namely the technical, economic, legal, financial and administrative framework.

    B.Sc. Construction Technology & Engineering ManagementThe course provides a firm foundation for future construction managers, providing them with the knowledge and skills in technology, management, processes and commerce relevant to the 21st century construction industry. Teaching is by a combination of lectures and tutorials, with associated field trips and site visits.

    TUTORIAL & MENTORING SYSTEMEach Pentecost University student is assigned to a tutor, senior member or specially trained senior student who works under a senior member. The Mentor serves as an advisor to the student on matters such as the students academic, spiritual and social life.

    COLLEGE ASSEMBLYOur College Assembly is a gathering of the University Community on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:20 am to 1:00pm for the Regular School and on Fridays from 5:00pm to 6:00pm for Evening and Weekend School. College Assembly aims at inspiring and empowering the PentVars Community through a variety of programmes. These include a platform for prominent people to share on various topics.

    PENTECOST UNIVERSITY STUDIES (PENTSTUDS) Leadership and Character DevelopmentThe program aims at providing every student of the College with an opportunity to understand Biblical Christianity; challenges to the Christian faith in the modern African Context; Biblical or Christian Ethics; effective management of oneself; and servant leadership in contemporary society.

    OUR UNIQUENESSSince its inception, the Pentecost University College (PUC) has strived to provide quality academic education spiced with unique programmes that develop students' social and spiritual well-being and leadership skills.

    The past year (2016) marked the beginning of another decade in the life of the University College; as it

    thcelebrated its 10 Anniversary in 2015. For this decade PUC has repositioned itself to become a model Christian University in the sub-region and beyond.

    It is our vision to be a distinguished research oriented Christian University known for excellence in science and technology education and scholarship. To achieve this, PUC will invest in technology to support teaching, learning, research and administration.

    PUC seeks to brand its 'Name' to become a household name noted as a University of excellence and of choice.

    In carving a niche for itself, PUC is in the process of introducing a Diploma in Theology for all students. It is hoped that students who attend PUC would earn a

    Diploma certificate in addition to their respective degrees, by the end of their studies.

    Extra curricula activities are also promoted at PUC. One of such programmes is our collaboration with Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) where interested students obtain driving lessons leading to the acquisition of a driver's license by the time of completing school.

    I wish to take this opportunity to recommend PUC to all who are seeking tertiary education for themselves or their wards not to look beyond PUC. PUC provides her students with an invigorating Christian spiritual learning environment, English proficiency course for non-English speaking students, scholarship opportunities, flexible terms of fee payment for local and international students, and a friendly and peaceful environment.

    Aps. Dr. Daniel Okyere WalkerRector

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