Details: Continuing Legon Students To Stay At Home 3 Months Next Year
Continued Legon students will be staying at home for three months the following academic year. The 2023–2024 academic year calendar from the University of Ghana has been made public.
A noteworthy benefit of the academic calendar is the three-month break that continuing students will experience the following year. The new Level 100s are not entitled to this three-month break, though.
The University of Ghana Reopening Date
All University of Ghana students are currently on a break after 14 weeks of classes and exams during the first semester. The second semester of this year will start on May 11th, 2023. This year, it will end on August 14. The students will spend a month and three weeks on vacation at home. And the academic year 2022–23 comes to an end during this break.
Two calendars—one for returning students and the other for new students—are included for the academic year 2023–2024. The first semester’s reporting date for continuing students is October 5, 2023. From October 5 to December 23, the continuing students will be in class.
They will break for the holidays on December 23 and return to class on January 7 to start the first semester the following year. Before leaving on February 4, 2024, continuing students will finish their coursework and pass their final exams. The students will restart the second semester on May 3, 2024.
Next year, continuing Legon students will reside in the house for three months.
On January 2, 2024, the 100-student incoming class is required to report to school. The property will be vacated on April 22, 2024. After just eleven days of vacation, the level 100 incoming freshmen will begin their second semester on May 3rd, 2024. For continuing students, the start of the second semester falls on this day.
Reason for the decision
This new arrangement is a result of next year’s All-African Games, which will take place in February and March. This event will be hosted by the University of Ghana, whose halls will be used to accommodate visitors and other spectators.