The Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) School of Alternative Learning has introduced a 6-week alternative learning for mature persons interested in enrolling at Ghana’s Premier Communication University.
The alternative learning initiative is for persons who do not have the required West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) or its equivalent grades for standard admission.
The applicants must be 25 years and above and should be desirous of pursuing courses in journalism, integrated marketing public relations and other communication-related courses.
The school has encouraged such applicants to register as mature students for the 6-week access course at the GIJ School of Alternative Learning.
According to the school, a team of highly motivated lecturers would be taking potential applicants through 6 weeks of tuition, both online and in-person.
An in-person examination upon completion of the 6-week tuition will qualify applicants to enrol at the GIJ to pursue their dream courses.
Applicants are to show proof of their age with a birth certificate and register at the school’s registry or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Studying at GIJ offers numerous advantages. The school attracts lecturers and speakers who are experts in the field as well as students who already work in media and communication. Thus students gain invaluable opportunities to learn from peers and practitioners.
The vision of the school is to be the preferred communications training institute in Africa, upholding high academic standards and producing world-class professionals for the transformation of society.