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Deaf and blind student graduates with First Class at UEW

Deaf and blind student graduates with First Class at UEW

A 30-year-old student from University of Education Winneba(UEW), Slyvia Abena Peprah who pursued a two-year diploma programme in Community-Based Rehabilitation and Disability Studies has graduated with a First Class honours.

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Kumasi Technical University to train more female engineers

Kumasi Technical University to train more female engineers

Ghana’s industrial development has good prospects for transformation as more women opt for the study of Engineering.

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 Kumasi Technical University VC appeals to govt to resolve technical varsity teachers’ strike

Kumasi Technical University VC appeals to govt to resolve technical varsity teachers’ strike

The Vice-Chancellor of the Kumasi Technical University (KsTU), Nana Prof. Osei-Wusu Achiaw, has appealed to the government and other stakeholders to resolve the strike by the Technical University Teachers Association of Ghana (TUTAG) to enable the lecturers to return to the lecture halls.

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Tamale Technical University Governing Council inaugurated

Tamale Technical University Governing Council inaugurated

Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh, Minister for Education, on Monday reiterated government’s commitment in promoting tertiary education as a means of equipping the citizens with tools vital for national development.

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Ghana Technology University College to turn public

Ghana Technology University College to turn public

Privately owned Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) is to be absolved by government, Mr Emmanuel Afoakwa, President of the University College has hinted.

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KNUST: Faculty Of Pharmacy And Pharmaceutical Sciences Holds 4th White Coat Ceremony

KNUST: Faculty Of Pharmacy And Pharmaceutical Sciences Holds 4th White Coat Ceremony

The Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (FPPS) of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has held its 4th White Coat Ceremony on the theme: “The Pharm D Pharmacist and Pharmacovigilance in a Digital Age”. The ceremony saw Two Hundred and Twenty-Eight (228) Doctor of Pharmacy students being robed in their white coats by key preceptors, alumni of FPPS and pharmacist parents.

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UDS’ autonomy would expand demand driven programmes

UDS’ autonomy would expand demand driven programmes

Professor Albert Luguterah, the Principal of the University for Development Studies (UDS), Navrongo Campus, has said innovative and demand driven academic programmes would be expanded once the University becomes autonomous.

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HTU to induct Prof Hoenyenuga as Vice-Chancellor

HTU to induct Prof Hoenyenuga as Vice-Chancellor

The Governing Council of Ho Technical University (HTU) will on Saturday October 12, hold an investiture ceremony to induct Professor Ben Quarshie Hoenyenuga, Associate Professor of Management from the Department of Management Sciences, HTU Business School as Vice-Chancellor.

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HTU students unhappy with TUTAG strike

HTU students unhappy with TUTAG strike

Students of the Ho Technical University (HTU) have expressed unhappiness over the strike action by the Technical University Teacher’s Association of Ghana (TUTAG), claiming it was having setback on academic work.

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UEW introduces new graduate programmes

UEW introduces new graduate programmes

The University of Education Winneba (UEW) is developing innovative, demand-driven programmes and courses to attract a wide range of students, particularly at the graduate levels.

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School of Law exam failings not due to lack of space – Kofi Abotsi

School of Law exam failings not due to lack of space – Kofi Abotsi

A former Dean of the Law Faculty at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), Kofi Abotsi says the problem with the Ghana Law School admissions goes beyond the question of limited spaces for candidates.

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Law Entrance Exams: students use too much ‘computer language’ – Ndebugri

Law Entrance Exams: students use too much ‘computer language’ – Ndebugri

Private Legal Practitioner, John Ndebugri, has attributed the mass failure at the law school entrance exam to what he calls lack of attention and the use of computer language by the current generation.

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Prof. Gyampo Of UG denies engaging in ‘Sex for Grades’ after BBC exposé

Prof. Gyampo Of UG denies engaging in ‘Sex for Grades’ after BBC exposé

A political science lecturer at the University of Ghana, Professor Ransford Gyampo has denied abusing his power to make sexual advances towards students.

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44 tertiary students get scholarships from gov’t

44 tertiary students get scholarships from gov’t

Forty-four students in the Sunyani West District of the Bono Region have been awarded a government scholarship at a cost of over ¢62,000 to enable them to pursue various academic programmes at the tertiary level.

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UPSA awards 31 scholarships to students

UPSA awards 31 scholarships to students

The University of Profesional Studies, Accra (UPSA) has awarded 31 scholarships to students pursuing various degree programmes under its Vice-Chancellor Endowment Fund (VCEF).

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Plans advanced to equip GIJ for improved studies- Rector

Plans advanced to equip GIJ for improved studies- Rector

The Rector of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, (GIJ), Prof. Kwansah Aidoo says plans are advanced to equip the school with modern facilities and technology that will enhance the academic life of students.

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Sakyi Nketsiah elected new UEW UTAG President

Sakyi Nketsiah elected new UEW UTAG President

A Senior Lecturer and Head of Department at the Department of History, Mr Eric Sakyi Nketsiah has been elected the new University of Education, Winneba (UEW) Local Chapter President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG).

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UCC: Confucius Institute enrolls 10,000 Ghanaians to learn Chinese

UCC: Confucius Institute enrolls 10,000 Ghanaians to learn Chinese

The Confucius Institute of the University of Cape Coast (UCC) has had about 10,000 Ghanaian Chinese language learners enrolled on its Chinese language learning programmes.

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Ashesi President appointed to UNESCO 'Futures of Education' Commission

Ashesi President appointed to UNESCO 'Futures of Education' Commission

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has named Ashesi's President, Patrick Awuah, to a new 16-member commission that will be focusing on the future of global education.

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PUC Welcomes First-Year Students into the 2019/2020 Academic Year

PUC Welcomes First-Year Students into the 2019/2020 Academic Year

PUC has welcomed Freshmen/women into the 2019/2020 Academic year with a week-long orientation programme to usher them into a new phase of their academic life. The one-week orientation was packed-up with different exciting sessions.

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