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British Council

About CIPS 

CIPS is the world’s largest professional body serving procurement and supply; a not-for profit organisation that exists for the public.  We have the largest membership of procurement and supply professionals in the world, covering all industries, sectors and job activities and have a global community of over 115,000 in 150 countries.  Throughout the world CIPS qualifications are recognised as the drivers of leading-edge thinking and professionalism in procurement and supply.

Become MCIPS

MCIPS membership grade is globally recognised as the professional licence signifying high achievement and ongoing commitment to excellence in procurement and supply.

About our qualifications and exams

We offer five qualifications to support your professional development in procurement and supply:

  1. Certificate in procurement and supply operations 
  2. Advanced certificate in procurement and supply operations   
  3. Diploma in procurement and supply  
  4. Advanced diploma in procurement and supply 
  5. Procurement diploma in procurement and supply 

Click here to download our Guide to CIPS qualifications 

CIPS holds exams in international centres three times a year, May, July and November. For each of our qualifications you are required to complete five units. You will be required to join CIPS as a Student Member before you can enter for an exam.  

Our Resource Center is opened from 9 am - 4 pm, Mondays to Fridays

CIPS in Ghana

P.O.Box CT 7422, Cantonments.
Accra Ghana.Location Adress
Hse# 99A 
4th Norla Street.
North Labone 
Office Line.0507196483

How do I become a CIPS member?

TO BECOME A MEMBER

  1. Download and complete a CIPS Membership Application form (142 KB).
  2. Pay the Cedi equivalent of the pound amount given by CIPS to the British Council. This payment can be made at any Standard Chartered Bank in Ghana using the British Council deposit slip - Account number 9910504 plus the last six digits of any national ID. 
  3. Submit completed form and the green copy of the bank deposit slip to your nearest British Council office.

TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP

  1. Download and complete a British Council CIPS Membership Renewal form (38 KB).
  2. Pay the Cedi equivalent of the pound amount given by CIPS to the British Council. This payment can be made at any Standard Chartered Bank in Ghana using the British Council deposit slip - Account number 9910504 plus the last six digits of any national ID. 
  3. Submit completed form and the green copy of the bank deposit slip to your nearest British Council office.

Important: your application will not be processed until payment and completed forms have been received.

How do I register?

When you have registered with the CIPS, they will send you login details and details of the level of examination you should sit.

Candidates can register for a May, July or November exam by completing a CIPS exam form (available from British Council offices or the CIPS website).

Please note that our Exchange Rate for the month of  May 2019 is GHS 6.72 to £1

CIPS Exam Fees :

  • Certificate Computer Based Exams (CBE)  Exam fee £58
  • Diploma Exam fee £78 

CIPS Membership  Fees :

  • £100 for New Membership
  • £65 for Membership Renewal
  • £35 Renewal Penalty  

CIPS Exemption Fees:

  • £100

How to pay

You can contact British Council for your unique payment reference number and/or use the British Council’s virtual account deposit slip at any Standard Chartered Bank

For those who wish to contact British Council before making payment

1.Contact British Council for Unique Reference Number and Account number

2.Walk to any  branch of Standard Chartered Bank  in Ghana and Pick a British Council Virtual Account Deposit Slip

3.Write the name of the Registered Candidate  in the student name row (not the depositor if  different from registered candidate) 

4.Ensure you write your full unique reference number in the Registration reference row

5.Quote the given Account number against the product you are registering for.

For those who wish to make payment before contacting British Council 

1.Walk to any  branch of Standard Chartered Bank  in Ghana and Pick a British Council Virtual Account Deposit Slip

2.Write the name of the Registered Candidate  in the student name row (not the depositor if  different from registered candidate) 

3.Ensure you write your National ID / Passport number in the Registration reference row

4.Write the relevant Virtual account number per the instructions below:

•For CIPS exams and Exemption fee:  write 9910514659975  against CIPS Exam fee row on the deposit slip

•For CIPS New Membership and renewal fee: write 9910511260533   against CIPS Membership fee row on the deposit slip.

How do I get my results?

  • Results will be available on My CIPS.

Special arrangements

If you have any special needs, please get in touch with us at least eight weeks before submitting your application. You should include any supporting documents, such as a medical certificate, with your exam registration paperwork. 

Disclaimer

The British Council and the exam boards take all reasonable steps to provide continuity of service. Therefore, please understand that we cannot be held responsible for any interruptions caused by circumstances beyond our control. If examinations or their results are disrupted, cancelled or delayed, every effort will be made to resume normal service as soon as possible. The British Council’s liability will be limited to the refund of the registration fee or retesting at a later date.

Where you can sit your exam

The exam venue will be communicated to candidates

CIPS Accredited Study Centres

1.

HARLEY REED

 

Address: Trat House, Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, Adabraka, Accra (next door to Glico)

Tel: +233 302 223943

Mobile : +233 208338250
Email: ghana@harleyreed.com

Mr. Daniel Danso

2.

University of Cape Coast

Department of Marketing and Supply Chain

Tel: 0249539547

Mr Innocent Acquah

3

DALE CONSULT

 

C/O Trinity Lutheran School (CMB)

 PO BOX 8290

Community Seven

Tema- Ghana

Tel: 233204671888

E-mail: alfadelconsult@gmail.com

Mr. Alexander Akrofi

4

KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Department Of Procurement And Supply Chain

Private Mail Bag.

University Post Office.

KNUST- Kumasi .

Contact: +233202508605.

Email: scis@knust.edu.gh

Dr. Jonathan Annan/ Dr David Asamoah

5

CIPS GHANA

P.O.Box CT 7422, Cantonments.

Accra Ghana.Location Adress

Hse# 99A

4th Norla Street.

North Labone

Tel: 0507196483

 

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