botswana college agriculture entry requirements


Botswana College of Agriculture Entry Requirements

BCA Entry Requirements
a) Botswana General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) Holders.
Applicants  are required to:
(i) have taken at least five subjects including English Language and
Mathematics, at the Botswana General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE) examination or its
equivalent and obtained
. a minimum of grade D (Pass) in English Language
. a minimum of grade C (Credit) in Mathematics
(ii) have a minimum grade of C (Credit) in at least two of
. Physics
. Chemistry
. Biology
OR
a minimum of grade of BB, in Science Double Award
(iii) have a minimum of grade C (Credit) in one of the following:
. Agriculture
. Development Studies
. Literature in English

 

00.52 Mature Age Entry Scheme for Undergraduate Programmes

00.521 Applicants of at least 25 years of age on the first day of the semester of entry who have BGCSE with grade C or better in at least three subjects and grade D or better in English Language or equivalent but lack the qualifications for entry into the undergraduate programmes may apply as a mature age applicant.

00.522 Subject to regulation 00.521, any additional entry requirements shall be specified in the appropriate special faculty and departmental regulations.

00.523 Subject to regulations 00.521 and 00.522, a mature age applicant may use the direct entry route if such an applicant possesses BGCSE or equivalent with grade B or better in two subjects and grade C or better in four subjects.

00.53 Transfer Students

00.531 Transfer students from other recognised universities or institutions may be accepted for undergraduate studies if they have at least a cumulative GPA of 2.00 (on a five point scale) or equivalent and are eligible to return to the university or institution last attended.

00.532 Transfer students with a cumulative GPA of less than 2.00 (on a five point scale) or equivalent shall be subjected to the provisions of general academic regulation 00.9 to determine their admissibility for undergraduate studies. Students admitted under such provisions will have an academic probation status.