Frequently Asked Quetions
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To get access to our free admission form, you can visit our website at
https://klintapscohas.edu.gh/apply and find the application form link there.
Our admission forms are free as part of our commitment to provide free online admission forms for all applicants.
Yes, Klintaps is an accredited institution. You can confirm this from the website of
the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (formally, the National Accreditation
We accept all students irrespective of their religious background, provided your
beliefs do not infringe on the rights of anyone else on campus.
We are located at Tema, Community 19, Klagon, opposite the Klagon Police
Station. You can find our precise location on Google Maps at
Solving the ‘unsolved’
We offer a multitude of health and allied health programs. These include :
a. BSc. Physician Assistant Medical
b. BSc. Radiography
c. BSc. Diagnostic Medical Sonography
d. BSc. Dietetics
e. BSc. Community Nutrition
f. BSc. Ophthalmic Dispensing (Optician)
g. BSc. Dental Therapy
h. BSc. Medical Laboratory Science
Currently, due to COVID-19, we do not conduct interviews, but the requirements
for interviews vary, sometimes when there is a highly competitive admission
cycle which may necessitate interviews.
Aggregate 36 is the recommended cut-off point. You just have to pass six
courses; three core and three electives with at least a C6.
Physician Assistant programs go for (3,300 cedis per semester: 6,600 cedis
yearly) and the remaining programmes go for (2,300 cedis per semester: 4,600
cedis yearly). Visit our website at https://klintapscohas.edu.gh/fees-and-financial-
aid/ for specific information and our fee payment plans.
KCoHAS believes that financial challenges should never be a hindrance to a
good education. We have a specially developed payment plan that can allow you
to pay your fees in installments if you so choose. Visit our website at
https://klintapscohas.edu.gh/fees-and-financial-aid/ to learn more.