The renowned University of Ghana, Legon in the Greater Accra region has recently been called out after it was named as one of the few Public Institutions in the country running academic programs and courses that have not met the necessary requirements needed to receive the proper accreditation.
All these shocking revelations have been made bare after the release of the Auditor-General’s report for 2021.
According to the Auditor-General’s 2021 report, about 374 of the academic courses currently being offered at the University of Ghana, one of the most renowned universities in the country, are unaccredited.
The statistical breakdown of these 374 unaccredited courses have also been released by the Auditor General’s office.
The data presented shows that, among the 374 courses, 14 of them are Diploma programmes and 80 out of the 374 programmes are Undergraduate courses. Also The Post-Graduate unaccredited courses are 213 in number whilst 67 are known to be PhD courses.
Ghanaians have called out the management of the institution for allowing students to enroll onto programs knowing fully well they’re unaccredited.