Ghana Institute of Journalism School Fees 2024/2025

Ghana Institute of Journalism School Fees 2024/2025. Are you searching for the 2024/2025 tuition fees for the Ghana Institute of Journalism?  This article has all the information about the school fees for new and returning students for the 2024/2025 academic year. 

The Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) management has officially released the school fees details for the upcoming academic year 2024/2025. This information includes the fee structure for both students who are returning to the institute and new students joining for the first time.

If you’ve applied to or are studying at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), it’s essential to be aware of the current tuition fees. Knowing this information will prevent errors that could affect your admission.

About (GIJ) Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ)

UniMAC-GIJ, once known as the Ghana Institute of Journalism, began on October 16, 1959. It was officially inaugurated by Mr. Kofi Baako, who served as the Minister of Information and Broadcasting at that time. This school was created by the Kwame Nkrumah government to train journalists. Their goal was to have a group of journalists who were patriotic and could help in the progress of Africa.

At first, it was a part of the Accra Technical Institute, which is now known as the Accra Technical University. Mr. Richard McMillan, who was retiring as the Director of British Information Services in Ghana, was the first principal and journalism tutor. In 1966, the school relocated to its current location, which was previously the site of the Ghana Press Club.

Over time, the institute has undergone significant changes and is now a tertiary institution due to certain laws and regulations that were put in place.

Ghana Institute of Journalism School Fees 2024/2025

Here are the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) school fees for the 2024/2025 academic session.

B.A. IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES
LEVEL 2024/2025
LEVEL 100 (FRESH STUDENTS) 2,400.00
LEVEL 200 2,400.00
LEVEL 300 2,400.00
LEVEL 400 2,400.00
LEVEL  300 (TOP-UP) FRESH STUDENTS 2,600.00
LEVEL 400 (TOP-UP) 2,600.00
DIPLOMA IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES
YEAR GH¢
FIRST-YEAR 2,200.00
SECOND YEAR 2,200.00
POSTGRADUATE
POSTGRADUATE   PROGRAMMES(MA) GH ¢8,000.00
DEGREE FOREIGN
DEGREE (FRESH) US$ 4,200.00
DEGREE – CONTINUING US$ 4,000.00
DIPLOMA FOREIGN
FIRST YEAR US$ 3,200.00
SECOND YEAR US$ 3,000.00
MA FOREIGN
MA: FOREIGN US$ 5,500.00

NOTE:

New students must pay GHC90.00 for the S.R.C. fees while returning students are also required to pay the same amount for the S.R.C. fees. 

The Ghana Institute of Journalism may have varying fees for different levels or years of study. Generally, the fees are mostly determined by the program you choose to study.

Conclusion

Attending UniMAC-GIJ has many benefits. The university brings in top-notch teachers and speakers who are experts in their fields. Also, students at UniMAC-GIJ are already professionals. This means our students can learn not only from their teachers but also from each other and working professionals. UniMAC-GIJ has two campuses: one at Ringway, Osu, and another at North Dzorwulu, both in Accra.