2018 ADMISSION IN PROGRESS
Basic Entry Requirement
A high School education is required for all programmes except the Masters and Doctoral programmes which requires a theological degree.
Tuition and Fees
Changing Ways Bible College and Seminary is an affordable choice for the highest quality of theological training – which means great value for you. Not only do we work hard to offer reasonable tuition, we also work hard to keep student fees to a minimum. A flexible fee payment plan is available:
50% of the full fees on admission. 100% before the End of the Semester.
Admitted international applicants are welcomed to enrol.
However, international applicants must submit the following four (4) items, in addition to those listed for each degree application:
1. Church Endorsement Form
Changing Ways Bible College and Seminary strives to cooperate with churches in other countries by admitting those students who, in the judgment of their churches, will enrich their future ministry.
2. Affidavit of Support
An applicant must have a financial sponsor submit a completed Affidavit of Support.
3. Bank Statement
4. Demonstration of English Proficiency (TOEFL or degree taught in English).
Ghana, is a west African country, bounded on the north by Burkina Faso, on the east by Togo, on the south by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the west by Côte d'Ivoire.
Formerly a British colony known as the Gold Coast, was led to independence by Dr. Kwame Nkrumah on the 6th of March, 1957. Ghana became the first black nation in sub-Saharan Africa to achieve independence from colonial rule.
The country is named after the ancient empire of Ghana, from which the ancestors of the inhabitants of the present country are thought to have migrated.
Climate- tropical; warm,
Hot and humid in the Southwest and hot and dry in the North
The population of Ghana is divided into some 75 ethnic groups.
The estimated population of Ghana in 2012 is 24,652,402 (females-51%, males 49), giving the country an overall population density of 78 persons per sq km (201 per sq mi). The most densely populated parts of the country are the coastal areas, the Ashanti region, and the two principal cities, Accra and Kumasi.
About 70 percent of the total population lives in the southern half of the country. The most numerous peoples are the coastal Fanti, and the Ashanti, who live in central Ghana, both of whom belong to the Akan family. The Accra plains are inhabited by the Ga-Adangbe. Most of the inhabitants in the northern region belong to the Moshi-Dagomba or to the Gonja group.
Ghana is divided into ten administrative regions:
Central Cape Coast
Upper East Bolgatanga
Upper West Wa
Greater Accra. Accra (capital of Ghana)
Accra, the capital, has a population of 10% out of the total population. Kumasi is the capital of the Ashanti region. Sekondi has an artificial harbor and was the first modern port built in Ghana. Other major cities include Tema, Tamale, and Cape Coast. People living in urban areas account for 37 percent of the population.
Accra, capital and largest city of Ghana, southeastern Ghana, on the Gulf of Guinea. Accra is an important commercial, manufacturing, and communications center. It is the site of an international airport and a focus of the country's railroad system, including a link to nearby Tema, which since 1962 has served as the city's deepwater port. Industries include vehicle and appliance assembly, petroleum refining, and the manufacture of foodstuffs, textiles, metal and wood products, plastics, and pharmaceuticals.
A sprawling city, Accra presents a varied appearance, with buildings of modern, colonial, and traditional African architecture. Of note here are the 17th-century Christiansborg Castle, now the residence of the chief of state, and the National Museum (1957). Several research and technical institutes are located in Accra, and the University of Ghana (1948) is in the nearby town of Legon. The site of what is now Accra was occupied by villages of the Ga, the local people, when the Portuguese first visited here in the late 15th century. During the 17th century the Portuguese were forced to withdraw by the Dutch, who, along with the Danes and the English, founded rival trading posts, which became the settlements of Ussher Town, Christiansborg, and James Town, respectively.
In the 19th century Britain purchased Dutch and Danish rights in the area, and in 1876 Christiansborg was made the capital of the Gold Coast Colony. The three separate towns grew and gradually coalesced to form the city of Accra. Much of the modern city's layout was planned in the 1920s, and since then growth has been rapid. Accra remained the capital city, when in 1957 the Gold Coast Colony became the independent state of Ghana. Population (1990 estimate) 953,500.
Language and Religion
English is the official language of Ghana and is universally used in schools in addition to nine other local languages. The most widely spoken local languages are, Ga, Dagomba, Akan and Ewe.
Traditional religions accounts for two-fifths of the population. The Christian population also accounts for two-fifths of the total population and includes Roman Catholics, Baptist, Protestants, etc. The Muslim population (12 percent of the total) is located chiefly in the northern part of the country.
Short Courses (3 Months)
Certificate - English Proficiency & Financial Management
Diploma - Church Administration
Diploma - Guidance & Counseling
Associates Degree Programs:
Associates in Biblical Studies (60 credits)
Bachelor Degree Programs:
Bachelor of Biblical Studies (60 credits)
Graduates Degree Programs:
Masters Degree Programs:
Masters of Biblical Studies (30 credits)
Doctoral Degree Programs:
Doctor of Biblical Studies (30 credits)
Contact the admissions office for admission into any of the above courses
Changing Ways Ministries
Oyibi Estate, Off Appolonia Rd.
P. O. BOX AT 9, Achimota – Accra, Ghana.
0243-588-275 / 0244-428-193 / 0246-803-607
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