It is the policy of the College that each individual faculty and staff member and student is expected to maintain high ethical standards in the conduct and reporting of his/her research. Should alleged incidents of misconduct in research occur, reporting of such possible violations is a shared responsibility, and it is the duty of the faculty, staff members and students to respond in a fitting manner to resolve issues arising from such alleged misconduct.
Faculty, Staff, and Student Responsibilities
Faculty members, staff, and students at BlueCrest College are expected to maintain ethical standards in the conduct and reporting of scientific and scholarly research. Faculty, staff, and students have responsibilities for ethical conduct in research not only to the college, but also to the community at large, to the academic community, and to private and public institutions sponsoring the research activities.
Definition of Research Misconduct
Research Misconduct is defined for the purposes of this regulation as fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism in proposing, performing, or reviewing research, or in reporting research results.
A work which is made in the course of independent efforts is the property of the creator. A College-supported work is the property of the College, and the creator shall share in the proceeds there from subject to preexisting commitments to outside sponsoring agencies. College personnel are required to disclose promptly, pursuant to the College's Intellectual Property Policy, all College-supported works, including all instructional works. The Head for Research or the Head's designee shall inform the creator of the College's decision regarding ownership and the College's legal rights as soon as practicable, but no later than 60 days from receipt of the complete disclosure of the work. Any College-supported work shall be handled in accordance with the College's Intellectual Property Policy, which is incorporated herein by reference. The Work Disclosure form, and the Invention Disclosure form, incorporated in the College's Intellectual Property Policy are available from the Office of Research. Copies of the College's Intellectual Property Policy are Office of Research.
College personnel are required to disclose any invention made or discovered by them promptly pursuant to the College's Intellectual Property Policy. All inventions must be disclosed, even those believed by the creator to be unrelated to his or her College duties and not involving the use of College support.
Step 1: Admission Requirements
Ensure that you have met the admission requirements for the programme that you are interested in.
Step 3: Provide the following supporting documents
Note: Additional supporting documents may be required on a case-to-case basis, which our staff will advise the applicant accordingly.
Only duplicate copies of these documents (except photographs) should be submitted to the College. Original copies of the documents will be required by the Admissions Department upon approval of the Student’s application.
Documents in foreign languages MUST be translated into English language and legally certified.
Types of payment Modes: Cash / Cheques / Banker's Draft only
Payments in Ghana Cedi and US$ are accepted.
Step 4: Send us your application
You are required to submit all required documents to the Admission Department personally or mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Please make sure that your application forms and documents reach us at least 2 weeks before course commencement.
Step 5: Acceptance by the College
Processing time of completed application will take approximately 5 working days. A telephonic interview may also be conducted if required. Applicants who have been offered a place at BlueCrest Ghana will receive the following via email:
Step 6: Fee Payment
Upon receiving the letter of acceptance from the student, the BlueCrest shall also ensure that the following are adhered to:
For Certificate and Diploma Programs:
Intakes for these programs are open throughout the year. Please contact BlueCrest College Admissions Office for batch start dates for these programs.
For Undergraduate Degree Programs:
The BlueCrest Ghana Academic Calendar for Undergraduate Degree program consists of two intakes per year, as per the below:
|Term||Duration (Academic Year)||Application Deadlines|
|Fall|| September – July || 25th August|
|Spring||Feb - December|| 15th February|
For Postgraduate Degree Programs:
Postgraduate Degree programs are offered in partnership with University of Sunderland, UK. Intake for these programs are generally announced during the months of July and November each year. Session starts in October and February respectively.
Prospectus and Application
Click here to download the Application Form and other Admission related documents.
Fee are different for individual programmes. Kindly write to registrar@bluecrest..edu.gh for more details about the fee of the programme selected.
BlueCrest College Ghana announced new merit based scholarships for fresh applicants and continuous students, which will be effective from August 2016. Unlike before these scholarships are applicable for admission into the undergraduate degree programmes for both Ghanaian and Foreign applicants. Fresh Applicants can get upto 100% scholarships based upon their grades in WASSCE / SSSCE examination.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of scholastic achievement, and selection is highly competitive.
Regular Applicant into Level 100 Semester 1 and Semester 2:
1. Grade Criteria
Scholarships are awarded for one year only. Students are encouraged to reapply each year.
8th August 2016
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