We accept qualified students from around the world.

Successful applicants applying to one of our full first degrees (e.g. BA / BSc / LLB) or Diploma of Higher Education programmes must normally satisfy our general entrance Requirements and specific programme requirements (e.g. Mathematics and English competency).

Those applying to one of our lower awards (e.g. Certificate of Higher Education), must normally hold qualifications at least equivalent to WASSCE standard grade C or above and must satisfy specific programme requirements (e.g. Mathematics and English Language competency).

You will need access to a computer and to the internet in order to study successfully on all of our courses. Students are strongly encouraged to secure their own laptop computers in advance of the programme.

Please note: where possible IMATT College will always try and advise an applicant on eligibility prior to submitting a formal application.

If you are not automatically eligible then you will be individually considered by the College’s Special Admissions Panel. The Special Admissions Panel will consider qualifications which are not published under the Qualifications for Entrance Schedule, incomplete qualifications (e.g. diplomas / degrees) and substantial relevant work experience. If we cannot accept you with your current qualifications and experience, we will advise you what qualifications you could take in order to become eligible in the future.

The College is committed to ensuring all decisions taken by the Admissions Office are clear, transparent and in-line with set precedent.

If you want to appeal against a decision concerning your eligibility then please contact us via imatcollegefreetown@gmail.com). You must state the basis of your appeal and include any additional information such as further complete/incomplete qualifications or work reference(s) that were not submitted with your original application.

Providing that no additional evidence is required, we will aim to respond to an appeal with a reviewed decision within ten working days.