- The University of Cape Coast has released the examination timetable for the end of the second semester
- The examinations has been scheduled for June 15, 2020
- The date is however subject to review if the coronavirus situation does not get any better
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Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that authorities of the University of Cape Coast has released the examination timetable for the end of second-semester exams amid the COVID-19 fight.
The university has slated the examinations for June 15, 2020.
Although the university has fixed June 15 for end of semester examination to begin, it said the date is tentative as it will depend on the coronavirus situation in the country.
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The university, however, also announced the resumption of academic work since the school closed down three weeks ago due to the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
According to a 3news report, lectures will begin for all students from April 22 to June 2 on the university’s online platform, the Moodle Platform.
The report further stated that should the situation in the country remain the same beyond May, “new dates for revision and end of semester examinations would be communicated to members of the university community”
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In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that students of the University of Ghana will resume classes albeit via online from March 30, 2020.
Following the announcement by President Nana Akufo-Addo that all schools in the country, from nursery to tertiary level should close due to the novel COVID-19 pandemic, the premier university also closed its doors to students in sharp response.
But the University through its Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Professor Nana Aba Appiah Amfo in a statement signed on Monday, March 23, 2020, announced arrangements for students to have online tuition from March 30.
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