Admission FAQ’s

Below are some frequently asked questions that will guide you through applying to SNAS. If you still have any questions about scholarships and admissions do contact us at:



What are SNAS application requirements?
Admission into SNAS is a highly selective process which is based in part on the evaluation of information submitted during the application process. For general information on entry requirements for both Ghanaian and International students, please click here..

How are scholarship decisions made?
The selection process begins by determining who should be given an offer of admission based on each applicant’s overall profile. Applicants are considered on the basis of documented financial need and upon a thorough assessment by the IAEA Scholarship Committee of all information gathered during the admissions process for each candidate.

Will an application for a scholarship affect the decision to offer me admission to SNAS?
No. The decision to make an offer of admission is done independently of scholarship applications and decisions. The Admissions Office first determines which applicants are most qualified to attend SNAS. A Scholarship Committee then makes an independent decision regarding scholarship awards.

When will I know whether I have been awarded a scholarship?
The IAEA Schorlarship Committee  will give you a date you can expect to hear back from them, based on the date you applied. You will receive both your admission and scholarship decision at the same time.

Will my scholarship be renewed every year?
As long as you  can continue to demonstrate excellent academic records, good character and all other rules and regulation governing the scholarship , you can expect that your scholarship award will be renewed annually.