UPSA unveils double-track system ahead of reopening for 2020/2021 academic year

UPSA unveils double-track system ahead of reopening for 2020/2021 academic year

UPSA Vice-Chancellor, Abednego Feehi Okoe Amartey

The University of Professional Studies, Accra has revealed a phase by phase approach towards lectures for the 2020/2021 academic year.

Per the school’s campus reporting schedule, Levels 100 and 400 students will report for a face-to-face lectures on January 4, 2021.

During this period, Levels 200 and 300 students will have classes online until February 22, 2021, when they will resume their face-to-face encounter with their lecturers.

“Students in Levels 200 and 300 will report to campus on February 22, 2021, for face-to-face instruction, while Levels 100 and 400 will move to take their courses online,” the university said in a statement published on its website.

But this tentative timetable may change.

“Kindly note that the approved tentative arrangement may change based on further directives from the President of the Republic on the re-opening of tertiary institutions,” Dr Koryoe Anim-Wright, the Registrar has said.

Find the summary of the tentative academic timetable below:

Undergraduate and Diploma (Level 100 and Level 400)

First Semester
Teaching (in-person)Monday, 4th January – Sunday, 21st February, 2021
Teaching (on-line)Monday, 22nd February – Sunday, 4th April, 2021
RevisionMonday, 5th April – Sunday, 11th April, 2021
ExaminationsMonday, 12th April– Sunday, 2nd May, 2021

Undergraduate and Diploma (Level 200 and Level 300)

First Semester
Teaching (on-line)Monday, 4th January – Sunday, 21st February, 2021
Teaching (in-person)Monday, 22nd February – Sunday, 4th April, 2021
RevisionMonday, 5th April – Sunday, 11th April, 2021
ExaminationsMonday, 12th April– Sunday, 2nd May, 2021

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