How To Login To GIJ Student Portal
The Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) is without a doubt Ghana’s top school for journalism and media.
There, some well-known journalists and media figures in Ghana received their education. Students at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) must use their assigned login credentials to access a student portal, and in this post, you will learn how to do so successfully.
What you need for a Successful Login to GIJ student portal
Before logging in, you need the following:
You must be a student of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ)
Have a computer, phone, or other devices for connecting to the internet.
Student login information (username and password)
How to sign into your student account at the Ghana Institute of Journalism
Logging into your student account only requires a few easy steps. Please follow the steps below to log in;
- Click the link https://registration.gij.edu.gh/Account/Login?ReturnUrl=%2f
- After that, you must enter the login username and password that the school provided for you
- You must click LOG IN to access your account after entering your username and login password in the relevant sections.
How to change your password or reset your GIJ student portal password
On the student portal, you cannot modify or reset your password. For the requisite help, the student must go to the school’s information systems department.
If You Can’t Login to your GIJ student portal, Here is Who to Contact
The student would have to go to the school’s Information Systems Department if they were having trouble logging in.
On October 16, 1959, Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first president, founded the Ghana Institute of Journalism. The Ghana Institute of Journalism was founded by Kwame Nkrumah with the goal of educating a patriotic cadre corps of journalists who would contribute significantly to the emancipation of the African continent.
The institution, which is now known as Accra Technical University, used to be known as the School of Journalism. The school’s first principal and journalism instructor was Mr. Richard McMillan, who at the time was set to retire from his position as Director of the British Information Services in Ghana.
The school offers master’s, bachelor’s, and diploma programs.
- The two-year Diploma Program includes courses in communication, social sciences, and the arts.
- Journalism or public relations are available as specializations in the 4-year Bachelor of Arts program.
- The one-year master’s program offers specializations in media management, journalism, public relations, and development communication.