Bolgatanga Midwifery Training College,Zaare in the Upper east region of Ghana.The school is part of the numerous nursing training colleges scattered throughout the country. BOLGATANGA MIDWIFERY TRAINING COLLEGE is under the ministry of health and therefore follows it guidelines for admission
BOLGATANGA MIDWIFERY TRAINING COLLEGE ADMISSIONS
Admission into BOLGATANGA MIDWIFERY TRAINING COLLEGE normally take place in the first quarter of the year. Students by forms from any nursing school near them, fill and then submit the forms. After the school reviews the forms, the students will then be called for interview. After successfully passing the interviews, admission will then be given.
BOLGATANGA MIDWIFERY TRAINING COLLEGE Admission requirement
You need at least c6 in your best six subject to be able to apply for a diploma program here.
For a certificate program, you at least e8 in your best six subjects before you can apply.
OW TO APPLY
Application forms: Application forms can be collected from the following Health Training Institutions: Kokofu, Twifo Prafo, Atibie, Damango, Yendi, kpembi, Nalerigu, Asankragua, Dunkwa-on-offin, Tepa, Navrongo, Tamale, Jirapa, Wa, Ho, Keta Essiama, Sefwi Wiawso, Asanta or downloaded from: www.mohhrhdgh.org.
NB: Any person qualified and interested in above programmes can download the forms from: www.mohhrhdgh.org. Remember, forms are not for sale.
SUBMISSIONS OF COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS
1. Collected one big and two quarto size EMS envelopes from any Health Training Institution
a. Use the big envelope for postage to the School of choice
b. Self address the two quarto size envelopes to enable the college of choice communication to you.
2. The completed application form must be accompanied with the following:
a. Photocopies of results slips /Certificate
b. The two self addressed quarto size envelopes
The only acceptable mode of payment is by Banker’s draft of Thirty Ghana Cedis (GH¢30.00) from any bank and made payable to MOH- Training Institutions/ Ecobank Ghana Ltd.
Forms must be returned to the school of choice either in person or by EMS postage.