Software Engineering Schools In Ghana

Are you interested in learning how to become a software engineer, but don’t know the relevant institutions to enroll to make the dream happen? Worry no more as we present you the comprehensive list of Software Engineering Schools In Ghana.

A software engineer is someone who writes the code behind software products (video games, operating systems, apps, features, robots, etc.).  Having at least a bachelor’s degree is an important first step to becoming a software engineer. Programming and tech skills, knowledge of scripting and object-oriented language as well as a curious nature and knack for problem-solving are also helpful. A portfolio that demonstrates your coding abilities can show employers what experience you can bring to their company.

A new career Software Engineer with 1-4 years of experience makes an average total remuneration of GH 1,000 to GH 3,000 monthly  (including tips, bonus, and overtime pay) whiles  a mid-career Software Engineer with 5-9 years of experience makes an average total salary of GH 4,000 to GH 7,000.

This article guide will walk you through the best Software Engineering Schools In Ghana as recommended by ICT Catalogue.

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Becoming a software engineer typically encompasses six key steps: 

  1. Planning your career path
  2. Obtaining an education
  3. Gaining experience
  4. Getting certified
  5. Building your portfolio
  6. Applying for jobs

Below are the Software Engineering Schools In Ghana

The institutions listed below all offer programs that mould you into becoming a software engineer.

Department of Computer Science, University of Ghana

 IPMC Training

Software Engineering – Ashesi University

Accra Institute of Technology

KAAF University

Department of Computer Science, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology 

Regent University College of Science & Technology

All Nations University College

Regional Maritime University

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