The University for Development Studies (UDS) offered 16,763 applicants admission to study various undergraduate programs in the 2020-2021 academic year. Out of the total number of students that were offered admission into the university, only 5,518 honored the admission. Vice-Chancellor added that the university also admitted 512 postgraduate students and 355 accepted the offer.
Prof Ayum Teye urged the matriculants to take their studies seriously, adding that the university only awarded degrees to hardworking students who met all the academic requirements. Occultism and other anti-social and non-conforming practices are outlawed in this university.
Any student found to be engaging in any form of occultism shall face full rigors of the university’s rules and regulations, he stated. The university is creating campuses at Gbanyamni in Tamale and another at Yendi.