6. Specific Computer Science (Honours) Requirements:
Applicants for the Computer Science (Honours) programme must have at least a pass in Physics.
Applicants with passes in Elective Mathematics will be preferred
Applicants who do not have Elective Mathematics must take the Mathematics Foundations programme in lieu of Elective Mathematics.
7. HND: Applicants with Higher National Diploma or Equivalent:
The HND must be in an area of study relevant to the proposed programme of study.
Applicants with First (1st) Class must have at least 1 (one) year of relevant work experience. Successful applicants will be admitted into Level 300.
Applicants with Second (2nd) Class Honors (Upper or Lower Divisions), must have at least 1 (one) year of relevant work experience. Successful applicants will be admitted into level 200.
Applicants with Third (3rd) Class or lower must have at least 3 years of relevant work experience. Successful applicants will be admitted into Level 100, subject to passing an entry examination / interview.8. Full Technological Course (FTC):
Applicants with FTC, HNC, or equivalent, must have at least 3 (three) years of relevant work experience. Successful applicants will be admitted to level 100.9. Applicants to Diploma or Certificate programmes:
Successful applicants to diploma or certificate programmes at the University must pass an internal Diploma Entrance Examination.10. Mature Applicants:
To qualify as a mature student, an applicant must be at least 25 years old by the date of admission. The mature applicant must also have relevant work experience and relevant education, and Credits in WASSCE / SSSCE English and Mathematics, and/or equivalent academic qualifications. Equivalent education includes but is not limited to Teachers Certificates and short-term diplomas from accredited institutions. Mature students may also be required to pass an internal mature Students Entrance Examination.
Teachers' Certificate holders, who must pass the mature student examination, will be admitted into level 100.
11. Candidates on Transfer from an Accredited Tertiary Institution:
The University College defines a transfer student as one who has been a registered student in another accredited/registered College or University and made satisfactory progress over one or more academic years in the discipline in which they intend to transfer. A transfer applicant must submit all official transcripts from all institutions attended to the office of Admissions.
Irrespective of the number of years spent in the previous University a transfer student may be admitted Into levels up to a maximum of Level 300. A transfer student must therefore spend a minimum of 2 calendar years at ANUC to be awarded the University College's degree.
12. In cases not outlined above, a candidate may be required to obtain an Equivalence Letter from the National Accreditation Board to assist the Admissions Board in its decisions.
13. Other combinations of credentials will be analyzed on a case-by-case basis.
14. The relevant academic departments will be consulted in order to determine credits accepted toward the chosen discipline.
15. Foundation Programmes:
Notwithstanding the NCTE regulations, candidates with qualifying but high aggregates or weak entry qualifications may be admitted into Foundation Programmes, for the purpose of strengthening their skills base for the academic programme they wish to pursue. The major Foundation Programmes currently available at All Nations University College are: Engineering Foundations, business Foundations, Science Foundations, and biblical Foundations.