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How to Apply for Transcript and English Proficiency from UDS online

How to Apply for Transcript and English Proficiency from UDS Online

You can request your Transcript Directly or Via our Agent on Campus 0550414552, Specify the transcript Type. 

Get more details Below

Apply Via Online

In partnership with the Directorate of ICT, UDS, the UDS Alumni Association wishes to inform all alumni that they can now request, and pay for academic documents online and have them delivered to their doorstep through the Ghana Platform for Educational Services (GHAPES).

Supported academic documents include transcripts, English proficiency, and letters of recommendation

This initiative aims to enhance the overall convenience and experience of all members.

Here are steps on how to use the platform:

Visit the GHAPES website by clicking.

Click on the Services menu item and then click New Request.

Select the institution from the drop-down menu ( University for Development Studies)

Enter your student ID thus Student Number (Student name and program will be populated for confirmation)

Provided Registered Name

Enter your Programme

Click on Add Service to select the type of documents being requested for, i.e (Transcript, English proficiency, etc)

Confirm the selected service details and click to continue

Check the confirmation box at the bottom of the invoice to activate the confirm request button. Click to confirm the request.

Print out the invoice and make payments at any of the bank branches indicated on the invoice.

After Computation, You will be given an invoice Number, do not throw it away and keep it.

How to Track Your Transcript

Go to the Same Page,

Click on Services

Select Track Transcript

On the Page, enter your invoice number to track your transcript.

Fewer Charges for Request

You can get the transcript through a colleague on campus,

Contact the person with your details

Ask the person to request you.

After Processing your transcript or English Proficiency, Send it to SPEEDAF or EMS, DHL, etc for Delivery at a low cost. Giving it to cars may be expensive



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