Nigeria

 

WAEC or NECO RESULTS

 

5 at least credits including MATH and ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

Students are obliged to arrange for sending, by an appropriate Examination Council (WAEC, NECO, etc.) the letter of confirmation of the results of the examination, directly to the Embassy in Abuja.

Prior to the issuance of a student visa successful candidates will be required to legalize their education credentials at the Embassy of Poland in Abuja. The consular fee will be collected for that service.

 

Cameroon

Anglophone system must present the GCE "O" level with 5 credits (Mathematics and English Language obligatory) and GCE "A" level with at least 2 subjects passed (Religious Studies as one of the only two subjects passed in "A" level is not sufficient for admission).

 

Francophone system must present Baccalaureat with the mention "passable" (overall average of 10 or better).

 

Students are obliged to arrange for sending, by an appropriate Examination Council (WAEC, NECO, etc.) the letter of confirmation of the results of the examination, directly to the Embassy in Abuja.

Prior to the issuance of a student visa successful candidates will be required to legalize their education credentials at the Embassy of Poland in Abuja. The consular fee will be collected for that service.

 

Ghana

 

Students are obliged to arrange for sending, by an appropriate Examination Council (WAEC, NECO, etc.) the letter of confirmation of the results of the examination, directly to the Embassy in Abuja.

Prior to the issuance of a student visa successful candidates will be required to legalize their education credentials at the Embassy of Poland in Abuja. The consular fee will be collected for that service.

 

For holders of General Certificate of Education Advanced Level requirement: 2 or 3 "A" levels, and 5 "O" levels with credit passes in English and Mathematics.

 

WASSCE or SSCE certificates:

 

  • 4 obligatory subjects (Mathematics, English, Integrated Science, Social Studies)

  • 3 or 4 auxiliary subjects

Out of those we will choose 3 the best obligatory subjects and 3 auxiliary

That we exchange marks into points as follows

A-1, B-2, C-3, D-4, E-5, Fail-6 (if Fail is one of the obligatory subjects the student cannot be accepted)

 

Next we add the points and the number of points must be 24 or less.

 

EXAMPLE

 

Social studies c – 3

English d - 4

Math d - 4

Integrated Science d – 4

 

Christian rel studies c – 3

Government b - 2

History b – 2

 

We choose 3 the best of the core and 3 the best of auxiliary subjects

3+4+4 + 3+2+2 = 19 so below 24 – the person is OK for studying