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Ghana - The University of Cape Coast

With its longstanding relationship with SUNY Oneonta, the University of Cape Coast has over 14,000 students and offers an environment that motivates individuals to respond effectively to the development needs of a changing world.

The University of Cape Coast is one of the rare sea front universities in the world and is focused on supporting and advancing specific areas of economic and social activity through learning, teaching and research. The campus is diversified, welcoming, and friendly has a reputation for its excellence in teaching. Students have the opportunity to study the culture and history of Ghana including slave trade pan-Africanism, politics, community development, and art. Studying in Ghana is a life changing experience, confronting the student with the impact of the European slave trade on West Africa, visits to the slave-trade forts, and learning about the history of trade and exports. The country has a rich history of oral story tellers, writers, and poets.

Open to all SUNY students and all majors. Eligibility for studying at UCC Ghana includes sophomore standing with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. Study for the fall, spring or academic year.

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