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The University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) in cooperation with the Drolor Education Foundation and supported by the Drolor Centre for Strategic Leadership (DCSL) launched the Drolor Scholarship Scheme (DSS) in 2016. The Scheme is the brain-child of HRM Drolor Bosso Adamtey I, Chancellor of the University (HRM Drolor Bosso Adamtey I, Suapolor of the Sɛ (Shai) Traditional Area).

The Scheme is in line with the mission of UPSA to provide and promote Quality High Academic and Professional Education in Business and other social science related disciplines by leveraging a structured mix of scholarship with professionalism.

The Scheme focuses on undergraduate education as a means of inspiring and supporting the next generation of scholars from the Shai and other Ga-Dangbe Traditional Areas, by providing much needed assistance to brilliant but needy students from the area.

The Scheme is currently supported by funding from the Chancellor of the University

The DS Scheme is currently accepting applications from qualified candidates from the Shai and other Ga-Dangbe Traditional Areas for Diploma and Undergraduate Degree programmes run by the University.

The DSS applicants can be new or continuing undergraduate students.

Scholarships cover only tuition.

The eligibility criteria which also encapsulates the application format is currently available on-line at www.upsa.edu.gh

Applicants must acquaint themselves with every detail of the criteria to ensure their eligibility before applying for sponsorship.

All applications, introductory letters from Traditional Councils where applicants hail from, and other relevant documents (as stipulated in the Eligibility Criteria) must be forwarded to the Drolor Centre for Strategic Leadership (DCSL) Secretariat at UPSA.


DROLOR SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME SELECTION CRITERIA-University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA)-click here



Please find below Students admitted to the various programmes at the University. All admitted students are kindly requested to log on to admission.upsa.edu.gh  with their Online Serial Number(OSN) to download copies of their online admission letter and Guidelines for Fresh Students.

Please click here to view the list of the first batch of admitted graduate school students.

Please click here to view the list of the second batch of admitted graduate school students.

Please click here to view the list of the first batch of admitted diploma and undergraduate students.


The University of Professional Studies has established that fees will be paid by students as set out in the fees schedule published before the beginning of a new academic year.

The approved fees normally comprise: academic facility user fees, residential facility and miscellaneous charges.

The fees policy in part provides as follows:

  • Fees are not subject to increment once enrolled on an academic programme as a student.
  • Fees charged per academic year are supposed to be paid by two installments i.e.  50% at the beginning of the first semester and the remaining 50% at the start of the second semester. Full payment (100%) is, however, accepted if the student can afford.
  • A student rusticated or suspended or withdrawn or dismissed under a University policy or procedure is not entitled to a refund as specified in the students’ handbook.

The approved fees for the 2017/2018 academic year are provided. Please click here to download.



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  •     All students should register with the library at the beginning of their programme.
  •     All readers must enter and exit the library through the approved door.
  •     Silence should be observed at all times within the library and its precincts
  •     Group discussion as well as chatting is not allowed within the library
  •     Smoking is forbidden in all parts of the library
  •     No kind of food is allowed in any part of the library. This includes toffees, fruits, candies, water etc.
  •     Gowns, raincoats, umbrellas, bags, cameras, scanners, tape recorders, etc, must be deposited on the shelf provided for them and a tag collected for each item. However, such items are deposited at owner’s own risk. The library disclaims responsibility for any loss or damage to any item so deposited.
  •     Mobile phones should not be used in the library; they should be switched off.
  •     Wearing of hats and caps in the library is strictly not allowed.
  •     Readers must submit all books, files and bags for inspection when leaving the library.
  •     Books consulted should be left on the tables, readers should not re-shelve them.
  •     No seat shall be reserved by or for any reader; any seat(s) so reserved shall be cleared by library staff for use of others.
  •     Firearms and other offensive weapons are not allowed into the library.
  •     All borrowed books shall be returned by the last day of semester.
  •     Orderly conduct must be maintained at all times in all parts of the library.
  •     Unlawful acquisition of library materials, i.e. attempted stealing, shall be subject to appropriate sanctions.
  •     No one should write in or deface any library book. Any offender will face a severe penalty.
  •     It is an offence to cut page(s), write in or cancel any print in a book.
  •     It is forbidden to write on, cancel or remove library notice and circulars.

    Students shall discharge all obligations to the library before:

    Examination fees are refunded for professional students
    The commencement of any semester/trimester examination.








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