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since You had grade 24, doing a Business course in any of the public universities would be really hard. Banking and finance is an option in Bsc Business administration which requires single aggregate to apply. I will advice you to consider another subjects. On the other hand if you are interested in private Universities, then you can apply to EITHER Central university or Ghana telecom university or regent university

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