University of Cape Coast

Job Vacancies at University of Cape Coast

7 vacancies
      • Senior Assistant Registrar (Legal Services)

      • The Cape Coast University invites applications from suitably qualified, competent, experienced, results-oriented and highly motivated individuals for the following position: Senior Assistant Registrar
        • 10 September
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      • Lecturer

      • The Cape Coast University invites applications from suitably qualified, competent, experienced, results-oriented and highly motivated individuals for the following position: Lecturer Subject Areas:
        • 10 September
      • Senior Lecturer

      • The Cape Coast University invites applications from suitably qualified, competent, experienced, results-oriented and highly motivated individuals for the following position: Senior Lecturer Quali
        • 10 September
      • Professors

      • Areas of Specialization: Forensic Psychology & Criminology Forensic Pathology Forensic Toxicology and Drug Analysis Fires and Explosives Cyber Forensics & Digital Forensics (Netw
        • 08 May
      • Associate Professors

      • Areas of Specialization: Forensic Psychology & Criminology Forensic Pathology Forensic Toxicology and Drug Analysis Fires and Explosives Cyber Forensics & Digital Forensics (Netw
        • 08 May
      • Senior Lecturers

      • Areas of Specialization: Forensic Psychology & Criminology Forensic Pathology Forensic Toxicology and Drug Analysis Fires and Explosives Cyber Forensics & Digital Forensics (Netw
        • 08 May
      • Lecturers

      • Areas of Specialization: Forensic Psychology & Criminology Forensic Pathology Forensic Toxicology and Drug Analysis Fires and Explosives Cyber Forensics & Digital Forensics (Netw
        • 08 May

About University of Cape Coast

The University of Cape Coast was established in October, 1962 as a University College and placed in a special relationship with the University of Ghana, Legon. On October 1, 1971, the College attained the status of a full and independent University, with the authority to confer its own degrees, diplomas and certificates by an Act of Parliament - The University of Cape Coast Act, 1971 [Act 390] and subsequently the University of Cape Coast Law, 1992 [PNDC Law 278].

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