Cut-Off Points for Ghana Institute of Languages
Cut-Off Points for Ghana Institute of Languages SOBS is accessible to holders of:
a) Senior High School Certificate with credits in English, French, Mathematics and 2 other subjects, or
b) G.C.E “O” Level/West Africa School Certificate with credits in five (5) subjects including English, French and Mathematics and three(3) G.C.E ‘A’ level passes including English and French, Or
c) Baccalaureat série A
The duration of the course is three years.
Students of SOBS graduate with the Higher National in Bilingual Secretaryship after a three year intensive course. Products of the School get ready employment in Ghana and abroad since they are well armed as bilingual secretaries. The academic curriculum includes English Language, French Language, English Typing and Shorthand, French Typing and Shorthand, Computer Studies, Law, Accounting, Commercial French, Introduction To translation, Business Organization and economics.
The School Of Translator is located in the headquarters, Accra
Admission requirements here include:
a) Senior High School Certificate with ‘C / B3′ in French and English. Credit in Social Studies and a credit in three other subjects,
b) G.C.E “O” Level/West Arica School Certificate with credits in five (5)subjects including English, French and three G.C.E passes at the Advanced Level: French, Literature in English, and General Paper,
c) Baccalaureat série A4
Success in a competitive entrance examination,
d) University Degree in modern languages including French.
e) Mature students: applicants must be 27 years old and above
Students are required to spend one year abroad for language immersion. Anglophones go to the University of Benin while Francophones spend the year in the United Kingdom. or any approved Anglophone country
Students of the School of Translators graduate with a B.A Translation in English, French and a third language chosen from among Arabic, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
The duration of the course is four years for holders of SSSCE/ A’ Level, three years for Baccalauret holders or B.A Degree in languages without a third language, and two years for holders of B.A degree in languages with a third language