46 graduate with Masters in Public Health at Ensign College


Ensign College of Public health, located at Kpong in the Eastern region and affiliated to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi and the University of Utah in the USA, has organised its second congregation for the conferment of Masters of Public Health (MPH) degree on 46 Graduates of the school. The school which started its formal operations ...

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16-member University of Ghana Council inaugurated


A 16-member Council for the University of Ghana has been inaugurated to govern the affairs of the school. The Council, which will be chaired by Prof. Yaw Twumasi was inaugurated today at the University of Ghana by the Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh. A letter signed by the Office of the President and signed by the Chief of ...

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Takoradi Technical University hosts SHS students


On the day of the celebration of the World Youth Skills Day, the Takoradi Technical University in the Western Region opened up its various departments to Secondary and Technical Schools in the region. The move was to expose the students to programs and courses the university offers and to guide them make relevant choices in the selection of programs. Participating ...

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Governing Council of University of Education, Winneba inaugurated

Prof Yankah, Minister of State in Charge of Tertiary Education, leading the council members into the conference room after a photo session

The Minister of State in-charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, yesterday inaugurated the Governing Council of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) with a charge on the members to use their vast experience to restore calm on the campuses of the university. The council, chaired by Prof. Emmanuel Nicholas Abakah, is expected to champion, among others, the implementation of ...

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WAEC releases 2017 WASSCE provisional results

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The West African Examination Council has released provisional results of the 2017 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). According to WAEC, this year’s figures show a slight improvement of last year’s results. The Council in a statement on Wednesday and signed by Agnes Teye-Cudjoe, Head of Public Affairs at WAEC, said while it is working at dispatching the results ...

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Citi FM’s Literacy Challenge launched [Photos]


Citi FM on Wednesday launched an educational initiative dubbed “Literacy Challenge” to positively revolutionize basic education in Ghana. For over 12 years, Citi FM, your relevant radio partner, has been promoting excellence in education through several projects including the Write Away contest. Thousands of Ghanaian students have benefited from the station’s activities in the educational sector. The launch, which took ...

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Koforidua Technical University to offer scholarships for women


As part of measures to bridge the gap between male and female in academia, management of the Koforidua Technical University has decided to award scholarship to ten brilliant but needy students to pursue higher education at the university. This move according to management of the university is to help increase the number of female students in science and technology related programs ...

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Citi FM launches Literacy Challenge today


Citi FM will today [Wednesday] launch a nationwide competition that seeks to promote and reward versatility and intelligence of Junior High School (JHS) students. The competition, dubbed The Literacy Challenge, will engage contestants in a three month long, fun packed and education driven set of activities. The overall winner of the competition will walk away with a cash prize of ...

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Bolga Polytechnic given 14 days to clear electricity debt


Management of the Bolgatanga Polytechnic have been given a 14-day ultimatum to pay an amount of GHC713,327.78 it owes the Volta River Authority  as electricity debt or risk being disconnected from the national grid. The school was disconnected on July 7, 2017 over its indebtedness to VRA and that greatly affected both academic and administrative work. The management of the school on ...

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UEW crisis: Court ruling attack on academic freedom – UTAG


The University Teachers Association (UTAG) has described the court decision ordering the Vice Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba and Finance Officer to step aside as an attack on academic freedom. According to the Association, their members at the UEW campus who are currently on strike are being forced to work under what it described as “court imposed management.” ...

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