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Type: Public Institution
Motto: Empowered to Serve
Affiliated to: Saginaw Valley State University - USA, London South Bank University - UK, Buckinghamshire New University - UK, Salford University - UK, NCC Education - UK, Association of African Universities (AAU), Council of Independent Universities - Ghana, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) - USA
Established: 2020
No of Students: 3,437
No of Staff: 150
Vice-Chancellor: Rev. Prof. Kwabena Agyapong-Kodua
Campuses: Sowutuom campus
Website: https://pentvars.edu.gh/
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Pentecost University, also known as PU, is a private university, located in Sowutoum, Greater Accra Region, Ghana. PU was founded by the Church of Pentecost in the year 2020. It was originally called the Pentecost Bible College, and it had a mission to train the Church of Pentecost’s Lay Leaders and full-time Ministers.

However, in May 2003, the Ghanaian president at the time; His Excellency J. A. Kufuor, inaugurated the Pentecost Uni.. more

Pentecost University, also known as PU, is a private university, located in Sowutoum, Greater Accra Region, Ghana. PU was founded by the Church of Pentecost in the year 2020. It was originally called the Pentecost Bible College, and it had a mission to train the Church of Pentecost’s Lay Leaders and full-time Ministers.

However, in May 2003, the Ghanaian president at the time; His Excellency J. A. Kufuor, inaugurated the Pentecost University College (PUC). By November 2004, the university had received full accreditation by the National Accreditation Board.  In May 2020, PUC received a Presidential Charter to operate as a fully-fledged university known as the present Pentecost University.

Pentecost University College was declared the most outstanding and overall best private university in Ghana by the Private Universities Students Association of Ghana (PUSAG) in 2019. PUSAG is an umbrella body of private universities that annually reviews and recognises the performances of Ghana’s universities.

PU is the biggest ABE centre in West Africa and one of ABE’s top 40 centres from over 200 centres globally. ABE students at PU are listed among ABE’s Global Top Paper Award Winners.

In 2018, PUC emerged the overall best institution at the PUSAG games held in Kumasi; bagging thirteen out of the seventeen trophies.  PUC equally won, Career Development and Business Challenge Competition organized by L’AINE Services. PU has a total of over 3,000 students.

Pentecost University possesses several academic and non-academic facilities geared towards students’ academic and social contentment. Some of these facilities include a 1000 – 1300 seater capacity auditorium, 3 halls of residence (accommodating 750 people), classrooms with projectors, a 500 KVA Generator, a 48 Seater Yutong Bus, a 33 Seater Coaster Bus, a water treatment plant, exhibition grounds, a library, and a sports centre (containing Basketball, Tennis and Volleyball courts).

Some notable alumni of PU include Joe Mettle (Ghanaian gospel singer and songwriter), Eunice Nana Akosua Konadu (Broadcaster, CEO and founder of Enak Consult), Rachel Florence Appoh (Ghanaian politician and former National Democratic Congress Member of Parliament) and Kofi Amponsah (former Ghanaian International footballer).

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FACULTIES/ SCHOOL/ STUDY PROGRAMMES

Pentecost University has three faculties and two schools, each having several study programmes.

Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)

  • Department of Accounting and Finance
  • Department of Economics, Marketing and Services
  • Depar.. more

FACULTIES/ SCHOOL/ STUDY PROGRAMMES

Pentecost University has three faculties and two schools, each having several study programmes.

Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)

  • Department of Accounting and Finance
  • Department of Economics, Marketing and Services
  • Department of Management

Faculty of Engineering Science and Computing (FESAC)

  • Department of Information Technology
  • Department of Built Environment

School of Theology, Mission and Leadership (STML)

  • Department of Theology
  • Department of Mission
  • Department of Leadership
  • Centre for Ministerial Formation

Faculty of Health and Allied Sciences (FHAS)

  • Department of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Department of Physician Assistantship

Graduate School

  • MCom Taxation
  • MCom Microfinance
  • MCom Applied Accounting
  • MBA Finance
  • MBA Marketing
  • MBA Entrepreneurship
  • MBA Project Management
  • MBA Human Resource Management
  • MBA Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • M. A. Pentecostal Studies
  • MSc. Health Planning, Policy and Management
  • MSc. International Accounting & Finance (In collaboration with Buckinghamshire New University – UK)
  • MSc. Accounting and Finance (In collaboration with the University of Salford – UK)
  • MSc. Management (In collaboration with the University of Salford – UK)
  • MSc. Procurement, Logistics & Supply Chain Management (In collaboration with the University of Salford – UK)
  • MSc. Human Resource Management & Development (In collaboration with the University of Salford – UK)
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UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

A. Ghanaian Applicants
Entry Requirement for Degree Programmes
– SSSCE Holders
• Six (6) passes including: Core English, Core Mathematics, and either Integrated Science, or Social Studies, and three (3) Electives in relevant subjects
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UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

A. Ghanaian Applicants
Entry Requirement for Degree Programmes
– SSSCE Holders
• Six (6) passes including: Core English, Core Mathematics, and either Integrated Science, or Social Studies, and three (3) Electives in relevant subjects
• Applicants should have an aggregate score of 6 – 24 in the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations.
– WASSSCE Holders
• Six (6) Credits including: Core English, Core Mathematics, and either Integrated Science or Social Studies, and three (3) Electives in relevant subjects
• Applicants should have an aggregate score of 6 – 36 in the WASSCE
**Both SSSCE and WASSSCE Holders Candidates with a combination of the two grading systems shall be treated on a case-by-case basis.
– ‘A’ Level Holders
• Five (5) Credit passes in GCE ‘O’ Level Examination, including English Language, and Mathematics, and Three (3) ‘A’ Level passes in relevant subjects.
• A pass in the General paper is required.
– Mature Applicants
• Must be at least 25 years old and above at the time of submitting the application
• Must have at least two years of relevant work experience
• Must pass a written examination and an interview conducted by the College for Mature Applicants.
– Other Certificate Holders
• Holders of: City and Guilds, Senior Stenography certificate, Private Secretary and any other Certificates in related subject deemed equivalent to the above-mentioned certificates can also apply to be considered on merit
• Holders of: HND in related subjects, ABE Certificate or higher qualification with CREDIT scores in English and Mathematics, ICA part 1 or higher qualification, CIM Certificate or higher qualification, CA part 1 or higher qualification, ICSA part 1 or higher qualification, RSA part III, LCCI part III, CII, City and Guilds part III, WAEC Commercial Diploma and any other Diploma or Certificate in the related subject area, which the University deems equivalent to the above-mentioned certificates, can also apply.

Entry Requirement for Professional Programmes
Association of Business Executives (ABE)
There is no particular grade required of applicants who wish to pursue this professional programme. Regardless of the grade attained at WASSCE, interested applicants can use that to apply for ABE. A candidate who, however, wish to apply for a Degree programme after successfully passing ABE are expected to have 5 Credits at WASSCE; at least C6 in 3 Core subjects and C6 in 2 electives.
‣ Candidates will purchase a form for GH¢ 50.00
‣ Attach a result slip and
‣ Two (2) passport pictures

National Computing Centre (NCC) Education
The main requirement for applicants for NCC Education is to have a pass in Maths and English in the WASSCE exams.
‣ Candidates will purchase a form for GH¢50.00
‣ Attach a result slip and
‣ Two (2) passport pictures

Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM UK)
There is no particular grade required of applicants who wish to pursue this professional programme. Regardless of the grade attained at WASSCE interested applicants can use that to apply for the CIM UK programme. However, candidates who have a Diploma in Marketing (eg HND) or a 1st Degree in Marketing are given exemption to join the programme at a higher level.
‣ Candidates will purchase a form for GH¢50.00
‣ Attach a result slip and
‣ Two (2) passport pictures

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT)
There is no particular grade required of applicants who wish to pursue this professional programme. Regardless of the grade attained at WASSCE interested applicants can use that to apply for the CILT programme.
‣ Candidates will purchase a form for GH¢50.00
‣ Attach a result slip and
‣ Two (2) passport pictures

Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana (ICAG)
• The main requirement for applicants for ICAG is to have a pass in Maths and English in the WASSCE exams.
‣ Candidates will purchase a form for GH¢50.00
‣ Attach a result slip and
‣ Two (2) passport pictures

B. International Applicants
Qualifications acceptable for admissions:
‣ Senior Secondary School Certificates (SSSCE/WASSSCE)
‣ NECO(must be verified at the National Accreditation Board, Ghana)
‣ Baccalaureate (French)
‣ International Baccalaureate (IB)
‣ GCE (Cambridge) – ‘O’ and ‘A’ Levels
‣ IGCSE (Cambridge) – ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels
‣ American High School Grade – Grade 12 and 13 examinations
‣ Other external qualifications which have equivalences to the WASSCE/SSSCE and the GCE (A Levels)

General Entry Requirements for SSSCE/WASSSCE Applicants
To be admitted to any Degree programme, Senior High School graduates must possess at least credits (A1 – C6 in WASSSCE and A – D in SSSCE) in English, Core Mathematics and Agricultural Science/Biology in addition to the specified requirements for various programmes.

General Entry Requirements for all other Applicants
IGCSE/IB – To be admitted to any Degree programme, IGCSE/IB graduates must possess at least Grades A*/A – C in English, Mathematics and Biology at the Standard (SL)/’O’ Level in addition to three Higher Level (HL-A to C)/’A’ Level (A to D)/IB 2 (A-C) grades in the specified requirements for various programmes.
**Prospective applicants who are waiting for the declaration of their baccalaureate results may apply before the deadline otherwise they cannot be considered for admission. They need not wait for the declaration of their results before applying.

POSTGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Entry Requirements PU Postgraduate Programmes
• A candidate seeking admission to the various degree programmes must:
‣ Have obtained a good first degree (at least, a Second Class Lower Division) in an appropriate field of study from a recognized academic institution.
‣ Submit an official transcript of academic record.
‣ Submit a certified copy of a certificate.
‣ Submit, at least two referee’s reports, one of which must be from a former lecturer
‣ Satisfy any additional requirements prescribed by the College. These may include relevant work experience, a written entrance examination and/or an interview.
• In special cases, an applicant who does not have a first degree but is otherwise adjudged suitable may be admitted into the programme. Such an applicant must:
‣ Have special knowledge and considerable experience in his/her area of interest.
‣ Have, at least, GCE ‘O’ Level/SSSCE/WASSCE passes in English Language and Mathematics.
‣ Have a Diploma in the relevant field of study
‣ Be, at least, 35 years of age.
• A candidate who possesses a first degree with a Third Class or Pass may be considered for admission into the programme. Such an applicant will be required to:
‣ Submit a transcript of his/her academic record.
‣ Pass a selection interview

Entry Requirements For Bucks New University Programmes
A candidate seeking admission to MSc International Accounting & Finance degree programme must:
‣ Have obtained a good first degree (at least, a Second Class Lower Division) in an appropriate field of study from a recognized academic institution.
‣ Submit an official transcript of academic record.
‣ Submit a certified copy of certificates.
‣ Submit, at least two referee’s reports, one of which must be from a former lecturer
A candidate who possesses the Chartered Professional Accountancy certification and other related Qualifications specifically ICAG, ACCA, CIMA, CPA, may be considered for admission into the programme.
A candidate who possesses other Chartered Professional Qualifications: CIB, CITG, CIM, CILT, CIPS, IHRMP, may be considered for admission into the programme.
A candidate who possesses a first degree with a Third Class or Pass may be considered for admission into the programme. Such applicant must have 2 years working experience in the area of Accounting and Finance.

Entry Requirements For University Of Salford Programmes
A candidate seeking admission to the various MSc degree programmes must:
‣ Have obtained a good first degree (at least, a Second Class Lower Division) in an appropriate field of study from a recognized academic institution.
‣ Submit an official transcript of academic record.
‣ Submit a certified copy of certificates.
‣ Submit, at least two referee’s reports, one of which must be from a former lecturer
A candidate who possesses the Chartered Professional Accountancy certification and other related Qualifications specifically ICAG, ACCA, CIMA, may be considered for admission into the programme.
A candidate who possesses other Chartered Professional Qualifications: CIB, CITG, CIM, CILT, CIPS, IHRMP, may be considered for admission into the programme.

HOW TO APPLY

Ghanaian Applicants
A. Undergraduate Application
There are two modes of application: online and by post. Kindly read the instructions under the suitable headlines.
Online Applicants
‣ Go to Homepage
‣ Click on Application Forms
‣ Click on Online Application
‣ Register for Login Pin
‣ Fill the forms appropriately
Upload certified copies of your certificates, result slip and any other relevant documents
‣ Upload scanned passport size photograph
‣ Click on the Send button when you are done
Applying by post
‣ Go to Homepage
‣ Click on Application Forms
‣ Click on Download Application Form
‣ Fill form appropriately
‣ Add certified copies of your certificates, result slip and any other relevant documents
‣ Include 3 passport pictures with one endorsed
‣ Post to:
The Academic Registrar
Pentecost University
PO. Box KN 1739
Kaneshie-Accra.
‣ Or deliver personally at the Academic Affairs Office, Sowutuom Campus.

B. Graduate School Application
You may buy an Admissions Application form from any of our campuses or visit our website http://www.pentvars.edu.gh and download a form. The downloaded form must be accompanied by a banker’s draft of Ghc120.00 purchased from any bank in the name of PU Graduate School.
Attach:
‣ 2 passport-sized colour photographs
‣ 2 reference letters
‣ An original academic transcript
‣ A photocopied true certified copy of your first-degree certificate duly endorsed by the Registrar or his/her representative
‣ A typed personal statement clearly indicating the reasons why you wish to attend PUC Graduate School
‣ Medical clearance form by a doctor from any recognized government hospital.
Submit the completed form to any of our campuses or post them to us at the following address:
The Academic Registrar
P.O. Box CT 8938
Cantonments, Accra-Ghana.

International Applicants
Foreign Applicants to the Bachelors and Masters Degree Programmes fall under the following categories:
‣ Foreign Applicants
‣ Ghanaians with Foreign Educational Background
‣ Ghanaians from abroad

A. Undergraduate Application
Download a copy of the form online via the school’s website, fill and scan in addition with your certificate and a copy of the banker’s draft of $100 payable to Pentecost University at iso@pentvars.edu.gh. If you have a relative or friend in Ghana, he or she can get the admission form on the PU campus.
Kindly follow the instructions below:
‣ Go to Homepage
‣ Click on Application Forms
‣ Click on Online Application
‣ Register for Login Pin
‣ Fill the forms appropriately
‣ Upload certified copies of your certificates, result slip and any other relevant documents
‣ Upload scanned passport size photograph
‣ Click on the Send button when you are done
Successful Students shall receive their Admission letters through their emails within one month of application. Admitted Students must bring the originals of their transcript and certificate when they arrive on campus at the International Student Office.
The application process may start as early as a year before the start date of your programme of study. It is important that you understand clearly all the stages involved and that you ask the International Relations Office (iso@pentvars.edu.gh) for assistance if you have any questions.

Graduate School Applicants
You may buy an Admissions Application form from any of our campuses or visit our website http://www.pentvars.edu.gh and download a form.
Attach
‣ 2 passport-sized colour photographs
‣ 2 reference letters
‣ An original academic transcript
‣ A photocopy of passport
‣ Evidence of English proficiency (for non- English speakers)
‣ A Letter of Degree Equivalency from the National Accreditation Board (NAB), Ghana
‣ A photocopied true certified copy of your first-degree certificate duly endorsed by the Registrar or his/her representative
‣ A typed personal statement clearly indicating the reasons why you wish to attend PUC Graduate School and
‣ Medical clearance form by a doctor from any recognized government hospital.
All documents must be translated into English
Submit the completed form to any of our campuses or post them to us at the following address:
The Academic Registrar
P.O. Box CT 8938
Cantonments, Accra-Ghana.

Deadline
The admission periods into the Pentecost University generally runs during July-September, January-February and March.
For Graduate School
You may submit your application at any time during the year for provisional admission.
Full admission takes approximately 2 months.
You may only apply for one Graduate programme at a time.

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ABOUT THE CITY OF ACCRA
Accra is the capital and largest city of Ghana. The city lies on a cliff, 8 to 12 metres high, and spreads northward over the Accra plains. The name Accra comes from an Akan word “Nkran” that means ‘black ants in the vicinity‘. When the Portuguese first settled on the coast of what is now known as Ghana, in.. more

ABOUT THE CITY OF ACCRA
Accra is the capital and largest city of Ghana. The city lies on a cliff, 8 to 12 metres high, and spreads northward over the Accra plains. The name Accra comes from an Akan word “Nkran” that means ‘black ants in the vicinity‘. When the Portuguese first settled on the coast of what is now known as Ghana, in 1482, Accra was occupied by several villages of the Ga tribe. Between 1650 and 1680, the Europeans built three trading posts along the coast, known as Fort James (English), Fort Crevecoeur (Dutch), and Christiansburg Castle (Danish). After a tribal war, the major Ga towns on the Accra plains were displaced and drawn to the coast by the prospect of profitable trade with the Europeans. As a result, three coastal villages that are Osu (Christiansborg), Dutch Accra (later called Ussher Town), and James Town, sprang up, becoming the nuclei of what was to be Accra. Accra then grew into a prosperous trading centre, and after the Danes and the Dutch left the region in 1850, Accra became the capital of the British Gold Coast colony. It served as the capital, and after independence, Accra became the country’s capital, acting as its administrative, economic, and educational centre. Accra is influenced by the local steppe climate with an average temperature of 26.6 °C. The Ghanaian culture is characterised by a host of social gatherings – both colourful and musical. The celebration of festivals is an essential part of life, whether for child-birth, rites of passage, puberty, marriage or death. Accra’s economy revolves around the industrial, financial and service sectors. It is equally a bastion of tertiary education, boasting some of the best universities in Ghana like; the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, the University of Professional Studies, Accra, Ashesi University, Wisconsin International University College, Ghana, the Central University and the Pentecost University, one reason why the city has become a popular study abroad destination.

Accra is one of Ghana most historic neighbourhoods where history resides on every street corner. It is best known for the Independence Square which contains monuments of Ghana’s independence struggle, including the Independence Arch, the Black Star Gate, and the Liberation Day Monument. Another visible historical landmark is the Jamestown Lighthouse that was constructed in 1875 by the British. The city encourages relaxation through the presence of numerous parks like the Kwame Nkrumah Mausoleum & Memorial park (final resting place of Ghana’s first president and it contains photos, artefacts and an insight into Dr Nkrumah’s life), the Labadi beach and the Osu Castle. It promotes cultural exploration through the W.E.B Dubois Memorial Centre, the Artist Alliance Gallery and the National Theatre. Ghana is a country with a deep sports heritage and Accra being its capital upholds that heritage through the Accra Sports stadium, a 39,800 all-seater and multipurpose stadium. The Makola Market is a renowned market place and shopping district in the city, where a wide array of products are sold. Accra encourages movement within and out of the city through its airports, namely the Kotoka International Airport and the Accra International Airport. The city possesses a raft of health centres that cater to the health needs of the population. Provisions for worship are put in place through numerous worship houses like the Cathedral Church of the Most Holy Trinity and the Accra Central Mosque.

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Scholarships

Pentecost University offers scholarships to students with a high level of need and good academic performance. The scholarships are available to all new and continuing undergraduate students enrolled at Pentecost University.

The number and amount of scholarship awarded will be determined annually by the Scholarship Committee in consultation with the Donor(s). The award comprises the payment of Tuition Fees only.

Types of Scholarships
• Full Scholarship: covers 100% of Tuition Fees.
• Half Scholarship: covers 50% of Tuition Fees.
• Student Bursaries: any monetary award as determined by the Scholarship Committee.
• 10% discount tuition fee for all Church of Pentecost Members (Student must provide evidence of church membership).

Objectives
• To provide scholarships to needy, but brilliant students to enable the individuals to pursue their Undergraduate programme.
• To provide scholarships to talented student-athletes, exceptional leaders and innovators.

Eligibility
To qualify for the Scholarship Award:
• Applicant should be a student at the time he/she applies for a scholarship (evident by his/her admission letter).
• Newly admitted students must possess an aggregate of 6-18 from their West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) or equivalent.
• Continuing students must have obtained a minimum of 3.00 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) at the time of application.
• Applicant should be a talented student with creative and innovative skills (must show evidence of innovation and creativity).
• Applicant should demonstrate an exceptional commitment to ethical leadership as an incoming or continuing student (show evidence of national and international awards).

Application
All applicants should complete an application form. The following documents must be attached to the application form:
• A copy of an unconditional admission letter from the University.
• The applicant’s Result Slip or Transcript of previous studies.
• A testimonial from the former school/ Letter from Mentor if a Continuing student.
• Letter of recommendation from a Teacher or Counselor or Minister of Religion, and or Principal/Vice Principal of a reputable institution.
• A brief explanation of why you should be awarded this scholarship (250 words maximum).
• Two recent Passport pictures (not older than 6 months).
• Birth Certificate/Baptismal Certificate/Affidavit.
• Self-addressed envelope.
• Copy of an Official pay slip or payroll record of parent/guardian or the applicant.
• Copy of a Death Certificate or witness by a Religious leader.
• Pensions letter of retired parent/guardians.
• Copy of School, NHIS, Voter’s or National ID card.

Note:
• All forms must be sealed in an envelope and submitted to the Scholarship Coordinator’s office.
• All certificates and related documents submitted must be certified by a recognized official or by the institution that issued the documents and must bear the official stamp and signature of the certifier.
• Interested applicants are advised to apply before the beginning of the Academic Year (March to July) after they have received their admission letters.

Selection
• In awarding scholarships, the Scholarship Committee will look for applicants who have a strong need base and demonstrate very good intellectual skills.
• Applications will be received and reviewed at the beginning of each Academic Year.
• Shortlisted candidates will be called for interviews at a decided date by the Committee. The date for interviewing will be announced.
• The final selection will be announced after the interviewing process has been completed. The decisions of the Committee shall be final.
• Those nominated will be offered scholarships in writing and will be asked to accept or decline the offer also in writing within a 15 to 30 working day period.

Tenure
• The maximum tenure of the scholarship is 4 years subject to the conditions of the student and availability of funds.
• This is also subject to review to ensure that beneficiaries maintain at least a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.0.

Withdrawal of Scholarship
• Students who fail to obtain the minimum CGPA of 3.0 will have their awards withdrawn.
• Any disciplinary action meted against the beneficiary from the university will result in immediate withdrawal of the award.
• Upon deferment of programme, the scholarship will be withdrawn. A student who wishes to defer the course must comply with Section 37 of the University’s Student Handbook.

General Conditions of Awards
The following conditions apply to all scholarship beneficiaries:
• Scholarship beneficiaries must follow the approved programmes and abide by the University`s rules, regulations and codes of conduct.
• Maintain full-time enrollment until completion of the undergraduate programme of study for which the scholarship is provided.
• Scholarship beneficiaries may not change their programme during the tenure of the scholarship.
• Maintain an acceptable level of academic standing (not below 3.0 CGPA).
• This award is only given once.

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Type: Public Institution
Motto: Empowered to Serve
Affiliated to: Saginaw Valley State University - USA, London South Bank University - UK, Buckinghamshire New University - UK, Salford University - UK, NCC Education - UK, Association of African Universities (AAU), Council of Independent Universities - Ghana, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) - USA
Established: 2020
No of Students: 3,437
No of Staff: 150
Vice-Chancellor: Rev. Prof. Kwabena Agyapong-Kodua
Campuses: Sowutuom campus
Website: https://pentvars.edu.gh/
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