Ghana Institute of Languages (GIL) School Of Languages (SOL) Admission Requirement
GIL School Of Languages (SOL) Admission Requirement
The main campus is located Off Barnes Road, Adabraka, Accra, on the same premises as the University of Ghana, City Campus. In Accra, there is a second campus at East Legon close to the University of Professional Studies.
There are campuses at Tema; Kumasi, near the K-Poly, and Tamale on Education Ridge.
TThe School of Languages runs certificate courses in language proficiency in line with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) at the following levels:
• Beginner [A1; A2]
• Intermediate [B1; B2]
• Advanced [C1]
Duration of Courses
All the language programmes run three hours a day, five days a week for 14 weeks to give maximum proficiency.
There are morning classes (9am to 12noon); afternoon classes (1pm to 4pm) and evening classes (5:30pm to 8:30pm)
2. Arabic Diploma
This is a special course for teachers of Arabic at the Basic and SHS levels.
3. BA (Arabic Education) in affiliation with Attadamoun French-Arabic University of Niger.
2. Special Course
The School of Languages organises special courses on demand for individuals, groups and corporate entities to suit their specific language needs and convenience.
1st Session: September to December
2nd Session: January to April
Sandwich Programme: April to August
Vacation Course: July to August
Language proficiency programmes:
Proof of nationality:
a. Birth certificate or passport
b. Passport-size picture
a. Certificate in Arabic, PLUS
b. A pass in an entrance examination
c. A pass in an interview
BA (Arabic Education):
a. Passes in five subjects at the WASSCE plus Certificate in Arabic, OR
b. GIL Arabic Diploma or similar qualification, PLUS
c. A pass in an entrance examination
d. A pass in an interview