EXPRESS APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
Using this service is very fast and convenient for everyone. WAECL consultants will help you to choose the best programs, and will also assist you to prepare and submit the required documents.
Course admission and registration could be a difficult and time consuming process for international students, but with our professional admission team, we are totally committed to help you realize your dream of studying in China or Ghana. We will help you save time and energy by providing you with our professional assistance, and advice you all the way through until you are ready to join the course. This service is very convenient.
We endeavor to make your transition from your home country to Ghana as easy as possible. We have information on where to find homestays, accommodation on campus, international student housing, short term housing and hostels, realtor agencies for longer term leases and hotels, if you prefer. If there are any queries or if you are desperate to find a place to live, we have a wide range of networks to support you in this process. We have personal as well as professional experience in relocating to Ghana and can advise you on things to be aware of as well as the best neighborhoods and areas in which to live.
TOURISM IN GHANA FOR INDIVIDUAL, GROUPS AND SCHOOLS
Ghana has many breathtaking tourist attractions as a result of its natural resource endowments, and also rich cultural heritages. Be sure to stop by Kakum National Park while studying abroad in Ghana to soak in the tropical rainforests, butterflies, pygmy elephants, and meerkats. You will walk over hanging bridges that are at the canopy level — a thrill and a challenge to anyone with a fear of heights.
Mole National Park is the biggest wildlife refuge in the country and home to hippos, monkeys, elephants, antelope, and other creatures. For some incredibly cool photos, check out Nzulezo, a small village built on stilts along the water.
Historic Excursions. Many locations in Ghana are steeped in history; two of the most prominent are Cape Coast Castle and St. George’s Castle built in 1482, The two are close enough together that both can be visited the same day. A guide is highly recommended, as we will be able to explain the significance for the slave trade and take you through the castle. Be prepared to feel unnerved when you visit the dungeons where slaves were kept — the space has a very creepy air. Cape Coast Castle was originally built as a hub for trading gold and timber, but was later used in the slave trade.
The Manhyia Palace Museum in Kumasi is another fascinating Ghanaian landmark that provides a rare glimpse into the lives of Ashanti kings hundreds of years ago.