University of Ghana Congregation Schedule 2024

University of Ghana Congregation Ceremonies Date for 2024 has been released. The UG Congregation Ceremony is scheduled from Tuesday, January 23, to Saturday, January 27, 2024.

The management of the University of Ghana (UG) has released the Congregation Ceremonies Schedule for the 2023/2024 academic year. All graduating students should see the UG congregation ceremony schedule below.


University of Ghana Congregation Ceremonies Date Schedule 2024

The University of Ghana announces that congregation ceremonies will be held for students of the under-listed Colleges and the School of Graduate Studies, who completed their programmes of study during the 2022/2023 academic year:

  • College of Basic and Applied Sciences
  • College of Education
  • College of Health Sciences
  • College of Humanities

The January 2024 Congregation ceremonies which will take place at the Great Hall and the Cedi Conference Centre (Department of Economics), will be held from Tuesday, January 23, to Saturday, January 27, 2024.

Accordingly, students who completed their programmes during the 2022/2023 academic year and wish to be presented during the January 2024 Congregation ceremonies are required to take note of the following:

  1. Ensure that all outstanding financial obligations to the University have been fulfilled.
  2. Register from Friday, December 29, 2023 to Thursday, January 18, 2024.  The deadline for the payment of registration fee is Thursday, January 18, 2024, at midnight.
  3. Graduands are required to pay GH¢400.00 at any branch of Ecobank, or online using Visa/MasterCard/Mobile Money and proceed to their designated collection points in their colleges for their graduation gown and invitation cards for graduand and two guests.  Graduate students will collect their graduation gowns and invitation cards from the School of Graduate Studies.
  4. List of Graduands to be presented in January 2024 will be available on the University’s website.
  5. For more information on the January 2024 Congregation registration process and the sessions, visit

Please Note:       

Admission is strictly by invitation. Therefore, graduands are to be presented and their guests should come along with their invitation cards.

Graduands are also expected to be seated at the designated venue (Great Hall/Cedi Conference Centre) in the academic gown appropriate to their degrees, worn preferably over a suit/jacket with tie, or other suitable attire.

Graduands are hereby notified that sashes worn by graduating students will not be allowed at any of the Congregation grounds.

To avoid traffic congestion on the Congregation days:

  1. All entry and exit points to/from the University of Ghana will be opened to the public.
  2. The general public is advised to use alternative routes if they do not have any immediate business on the Legon Campus.
  3. Only vehicles of guests with embossed permits on their invitation cards will be allowed to drive towards the Great Hall/Cedi Conference Centre and park their vehicles at the designated parking spaces.

Shuttle services will be provided for graduands and their guests.

  1. Graduands and their two guests with embossed shuttle pass permits affixed on their invitation cards may enjoy a free return ride on the shuttle vehicles upon showing their invitation cards.
  2. All other vehicles will be directed to designated parking spaces away from the Great Hall and the Cedi Conference Centre.
  3. The designated Parking Spaces are:


  1. The lawn opposite the Legon Mosque/Republic Bank
  2. The lawn adjacent International House/opposite the School of Law
  3. The lawn behind the University Guest Centre

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  1. MY name is Mark Essien, I am part of those who graduated this year.
    PLease, my name is not part of the Graduation List Nov 2020. this is because one of my results for level 300 is not reflecting. I contacted the lecturer (Political Science- Dr. Nene Kuditcha) in charge since the first and second of Level 400 but nothing has been done about it. I visited him at the office in September to show concern but to my greatest disappointment, he never kept his asssurance. I kept on and still keep on sending emails and calls but he ignores all. please I am extremely worried I might not graduate this year. Kindly help me out, anyone reading this now.

    My Contact 0540624222

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