Wesley College of Education Ghana Admission Forms students portal and requirements – coeportal.edu.gh . Wesley College of Education is a teacher education college in Kumasi, Ashanti Region in Ghana. It was initially established for the training of teachers, catechists and ministers. It was founded by the Methodist Church, located between New Tafo and Old Tafo towns. The beginning of Wesley College of Education goes back to 1918. Following the signing of the lease, the college was named, and the foundation stone of the present site was laid in 1922.
The courses offered in the College have gone through upgrading from 2-year Cert ‘B’; 4-year Cert ‘A’; 2-year Post-Secondary Cert ‘A; 3-year Post-Secondary Cert ‘A’; and now Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) by the passage of a Parliamentary Bill, Education Act 778 on 6 January 2008. Currently, Wesley College of Education offers special programmes at the Diploma in Basic Education level. These are Science, Mathematics and French.
The college participated in the DFID-funded Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) programme. It is affiliated to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Wesley College started with a two-year Post Middle Teacher’s Certificate ‘B’ programme and went through the following programmes in line with government education policies: two-year Post ‘B’ Teacher’s Certificate ‘A’, four-year Post Middle Teacher’s Certificate ‘A’, two-year Post-Secondary Teacher’s Certificate ‘A’ and three-year Post-Secondary Teacher’s Certificate ‘A’. Wesley College of Education is now a Diploma Awarding Institution. It runs a three-year Diploma programme in Basic Education. Accreditation was given to that effect in October, 2007 by the National Accreditation Board (Ghana). The college is building capacity for degree programmes. Wesley College offered Specialist courses in Physical Education, Science and Mathematics, Home Science, and Agricultural Science in the mid-sixties and seventies. It was among the colleges that offered the Modular programme for untrained teachers in the eighties. French was introduced in 2001. Open Distance Learning was also introduced in December 2004 for untrained teachers for the award of Diploma in Basic Education. In August 2007, Wesley College was selected among 15 colleges nationwide to run a two-year Sandwich programme in Diploma in Basic Education for Certificate ‘A’ teachers.
The College has a current enrollment of one thousand one hundred and eighty-one full-time students, three hundred and twenty-six offer French, one hundred and fifty-four offer science while the rest do General Arts. There are nine visually impaired full-time students.
Nine hundred and thirty-four Cert. ‘A’ teachers and one thousand and ninety-four untrained teachers pursuing a two-year and four year courses respectively on sandwich basis for the award of Diploma in Basic Education in the college. Out of the untrained teachers, ten have Visual impairment. There are sixty-five teaching and sixty non-teaching staff.
The courses offered in the College have gone through upgrading from 2-year Cert ‘B’; 4-year Cert ‘A’; 2-year Post-Secondary Cert ‘A; 3-year Post-Secondary Cert ‘A’; Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) and now 4-year B.Ed. degree.
Currently, Wesley College of Education offers the following programmes;
With this PIN, applicants will then visit the Colleges of Education admission website: coeportal.edu.gh and follow specific guidelines to fill the online application form.
Applicants are advised to read and to ensure they fully understand all related instructions for completing the application form.
Applicants are to note that application forms not properly completed will not be processed.
After completing the online application form, an applicant will need to print a copy which should be sent with one passport photograph and a copy/copies of their results slip (where available) by EMS priority envelope obtainable from Ghana Post nationwide and addressed to The Principal of the COLLEGE chosen.
Applicants will be notified of the receipt of their applications by SMS (text message) and should, therefore, provide correct and reliable cell phone numbers when completing the form online.
Applicants will also receive admission offer notifications by SMS and those who do not receive such notifications may understand it to mean that their applications were not successful.
Applicants are to note that the Colleges will cross-check their results from the West African Examinations Council as part of the admission process. Applicants found to have submitted fake or falsified documents in support of their applications will be made to face the legal consequences of their actions.
The college since its inception has trained over fifteen thousand (15,000) teachers. Prominent among them are Kofi Abrefa Busia, Prime Minister of the Second Republic, Emmanuel W. Ellison, Snr, D. Y. Opoku, J. Y. A. Kwofie, J. Kwesi Lamptey, Ben Abdallah, Robert Dodoo, N. K. Pecku, E. H. Brew Riverson, Alex Tettey-Enyo, F. L. Bartels, Gyasi Nimako, Alex Dadey, Kwabena Agyapong, Yinka Sarfo, Yaw Frimpong Manso as well as T. W. Koomson, C. K. Yamoah, C. Awotwi-Pratt, E. S. Essamoah and Jacob S. Adama Stevens, who were past Presidents of Conference of the Methodist Church Ghana.
Anthony Seibu Alec Abban – MP for Ajumako-Asikuma and later Ajumako during the First Republic
Nii Ayikai Adjin-Tettey- Ghanaian athlete and national athletic coach
Timothy Ansah – MP for Tarkwa-Aboso during the First Republic
Joe Appiah, Ghanaian lawyer, politician and statesman
George Aryee, Director General of the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (1991–1992)
Paul Boafo, theologian and minister
Kofi Abrefa Busia, Prime Minister of Ghana from 1969 to 1972
Joseph Ampah Kojo Essel, MP for Dompim during the First Republic
James Kojo Obeng, MP for Amansie during the First Republic
Kobina Hagan, MP for Denkyira during the First Republic
Nathaniel Azarco Welbeck, politician and diplomat
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