Print UENR Admission Letter 2020/2021

Were you offered admission at the University of Energy and Natural Resources, UENR in the 2020/2021 academic year? This post will guide you through the process of obtaining your official UENR Admission Letter.

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UENR Admission Letter: The official University of Energy and Natural Resources Admission Letter is a document that indicates that you have been offered provisional admission into any degree programme in a University.

The document contains information about the school offered admission, the faculty/school/college, department, the degree you are pursuing and the duration of the course, basically everything you need to know about your admission.

In order to be certified as a formal student of any tertiary institution in Ghana, you will be issued an admission letter from your institution. Below is how to download and print your UENR admission letter.

How to Print Your UENR Admission Letter

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Before you proceed to print your admission letter, make you confirm your admission status on UENR Admission List 2020/2021.

  •  After confirming your UENR Admission Status, you are to process to https://www.uenr.edu.gh/admissions/ for Admission letter process.
  • All admitted students are required to log in to the link above with their admission details to download the Admission Letter.

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