University of Cape Coast responds to reports of alleged ban in Nigeria: “Unfounded”

The University of Cape Coast has responded to reports that its operations have been suspended by the Nigerian federal government, saying they are baseless.

The school made it clear that it has no operations in Nigeria after reports of the ban on a 'Cape Coast University' emerged.

The school noted that the University of Cape Coast was different from Cape Coast University. Source: Facebook/University of Cape Coast
Source: Facebook

There were media reports in Ghana and Nigeria, three Ghanaian universities were banned by the country's National Universities Commission (NUC).

In total, Nigeria has blacklisted 58 illegal degree-awarding institutions and described them as diploma mills.

The school's statement noted that the University of Cape Coast was different from Cape Coast University.

It further urged all international students, including Nigerians, who wish to study at UCC to apply directly to the university for consideration.

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The University of Ghana also released a statement clarifying the status of individuals who had D7 in some subjects.

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