Rhema Ghana

Location

SCC Gicel Estates - Weija Accra

Call Us

(+233) 549292 112

Email

admin@rhemaghana.org

Main Office

SCC Gicel Estates - Weija Accra

Call Us

(+233) 549292 112

Email

admin@rhemaghana.org

Got Questions?

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the program?

Rhema is a two-year Diploma program.

First-enrollment classes usually start in September and they end in June. A typical academic year is August/September through June/July

Second-enrollment classes usually start in January and they end in August. A typical 2nd enrollment, academic year is early or late January through August/September.

What courses do you offer?

In your first year, you will complete 24 courses: Examples: Faith, healing, righteousness, blood covenant, redemptive realities, O.T. & N.T. Survey, etc.

In your second year, you would take another 24 courses: Examples: Life of honor, submission and authority, angels and demons, pulpit speech, etc.

What days do students attend class?

We have two (2) programs: both Weekday and Weekend.

Our weekday students meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Our weekend students meet every Saturday from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm and every Sunday from 2:00 – to 7:10 p.m.

How much does it cost?

The cost of the first-year program is GHS 3,000.00

The cost of the 2nd year program is GHS 3,700.00

This cost includes the application, registration, school fees, I.D. badge, school shirt and graduation fees (for 2nd year students)

Do I have to pay all at once?

No, to begin the registration process, you need to:

1. Purchase your form for GHS 50.00

2. Registration fees are due on or before the registration deadline- GHS 550.00

3. Once you start school, your first-year balance will only be left with GHS 2,400.00.

This can be broken down into six monthly payments of GHS 400.00 until you’ve cleared your balance.

Is Rhema accredited?

No, Rhema is recognized in Ghana, as it is a registered ministry, but it is not accredited, and therefore, your courses cannot be transferred to another university in Ghana for credit.

Do you do ordination?

Yes; however, it’s not automatic. After graduating, we ask that you join our Rhema Ghana Alumni family. After a period of active standing in the alumni association, you may then apply to be considered for ordination.

How do I enroll in classes?

1. Fill out the student application form at: www.rhemaghana.org/enroll-now

2. Send minimum of GHS 50.00 for processing of Application form of Rhema Ghana’s merchant line: 0596325775

3. Based on the information you provide on your application form, Rhema Ghana will send out two (2) recommendation forms on your behalf. One pastoral and one personal

4. Submit a soft copy of your passport photo (we will ONLY accept photos that were taken at the photo studio) to Rhema Ghana’s WhatsApp line: 0549292112

5. Submit a 1-minute video (guidelines below) to Rhema Ghana’s WhatsApp line: 0549292112 Video Guidelines:

A. What is your first name and surname?

B. When and where did you get born again?

C. When and where did you get filled with the Holy Spirit (with the biblical evidence of speaking in an unknown tongue)?

D. How did you hear about Rhema/Rhema Ghana?

E. Why do you want to attend Rhema?

6. Send your registration fee of GHS 550.00 via mobile money to Rhema Ghana’s merchant line: 0596325775

7. Rhema will process the information above and follow up with (a) an acceptance letter or (b) a request for more information or a follow-up interview, if necessary.