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University of Ghana

The management of the University of Ghana (UG) has released a new date for the deadline for registration, add/drop of courses, and deferment of programmes for the first semester for both Level 200 and 300 Students.

The new deadline has been announced as Friday, April 23, 2021

The extension of the Academic and Course Registration deadline for Level 200 and 300 Students for the 2020/2021 academic year was signed by Mrs. Christy Badu, Acting Director of the Academic Affairs Directorate in a release sighted by unitedshowbiz.com.gh.

In the release, Mrs. Christy Badu made it known that, “Any student who fails to register by the new deadline shall forfeit his or her right to register for the academic year.”

This means that, students have from now to Friday, April 23, 2021 to register for their programmes.

Below reads;

Release

Steps for Academic and Course Registration

  1. Access the University Website: https://www.ug.edu.gh (link is external)
  2. Click on MIS Web link (Under STUDENTS on top of the thick blue banner).
  3. Type in your Student ID Number and 5-digit PIN.
  4. Then click on “Login” to enter the registration system.
  5. Click on “Registration” under the Student iEnabler (on the left side of the screen).
  6. Click on “Submit Registration”.
  7. Then click on the “blue letters” under “Qualification Code” and select “Register for This Qualification”
  8. Then click on “Save and Continue” to see the list of courses that are relevant to your level. To register for courses from the list, click on the small box close to the course code and title to select the courses you are required to register for this semester.
  9. Click on “Save and Continue” to view the courses you selected. You can click on “Restart Process” if you need to make some corrections.
  10. Then click on “Continue” to view the Registration Cost (Academic Facility User Fee).
  11. Click on “Accept Registration” to complete registration.
  12. Click on “Printer Friendly Format” and print proof of registration.
  13. Click on LOG-OUT to EXIT.

Students are required to print a “proof of registration”.

Steps for Adding Courses

  1. “Login in” to enter the registration system.
  2. Click on “Registration” under the Student iEnabler (on the left side of the screen).
  3. Click on “Add Subject to a Registration”
  4. Click on “Qualification” to see the list of courses. To register for additional courses from the list, click on the small box close to the course code and title to select the courses you are required to register for this semester.
  5. Click on “Save and Continue” to view the courses you have selected. You can click on “Restart Process” if you need to make some corrections.
  6. Then click on “Continue”.
  7. Click on “Accept Registration” to complete registration.
  8. Click on “Printer Friendly Format” and print proof of registration.
  9. Click on LOG-OUT to EXIT.
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Steps for Deleting Courses

  1. Login in” to enter the registration system.
  2. Click on “Registration” under the Student iEnabler (on the left side of the screen).
  3. Click on “Subject Cancellation” to see the list of courses registered. To cancel courses from the list, click on the small box close to the course code and title and select the reason for cancelling from the drop-down list next to the course.
  4. Click on “Save Subject Cancellation”.
  5. Click on “Student Enquiry” under the Student iEnabler to view the updated proof of registration.
  6. Click on “Printer Friendly Format” and print proof of registration
  7. Click on LOG-OUT to EXIT.

NB: Courses that are cancelled cannot be added again on the MIS Web.

Source: unitedshowbiz.com.gh

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