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Don’t lose hope – President Mahama tells UCC students


President John Dramani Mahama has asked the country’s youth to keep faith with government as it continues to put in place policies to improve their living conditions and to create job opportunities for them. Addressing students of the University of Cape Coast, President Mahama also admonished the youth to enter into entrepreneurship to create more jobs for others. “As I ... Read More »

University of Ghana Elects 2nd Female SRC President


University of Ghana until 2016 ,had only one lady ever being voted for as the President of the Students Representative Council. You May Also Read….Gov’t To Cut Funding To Public Universities Soon – Vice President Esinam Afi Seade has emerged winner of the University of Ghana”s SRC elections run off, beating Emmanuel Adu Amofa in a keenly contested race. She ... Read More »

Actors In KNUST Sex Tape are Not Students of the University – KNUST Authorities


Authorities of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have served notice the actors in the sex tape gone viral on social media are not their students. KNUST also insisted that there could be an issue of “mistaken identity” because “a query of our database showed that the alleged names do not match the picture as seen in ... Read More »

Gov’t To Cut Funding To Public Universities Soon – Vice President


Vice President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur has urged managers of public universities in the country to prepare for the future where government will cut funding to the universities.Mr. Amissah-Arthur said public universities must begin to innovate ways of funding themselves.   According to the former Governor of the Central Bank, public universities must be prepared to fund themselves since they have ... Read More »

10 UPSA students confess to manipulating their grades


A grades manipulation scheme at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) formerly Institute of Professional Studies (IPS) has been uncovered. Documents available to Joy News reveal, 22 final year students of the school – who were supposed to graduate last year – had their grades manipulated. Ten out of the 22 have already confessed to partaking in the malpractice. ... Read More »

UG’s Prof. Ernest Aryeetey Appointed as Member of UN University Governing Council

Prof Aryeeteh

Prof. Ernest Aryeetey of the University of Ghana has been appointed a member to the governing Council of the United Nations University (UNU). Prof. Aryeetey is one of 12 members appointed by the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Director-General Irina Bokova of the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in accordance with Article IV of the United ... Read More »

University of Ghana ranked 7th Best University in Africa


University of Ghana has done it again!!! The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings has announced Africa’s  best Universities in the recently published World University Rankings. University of Ghana is now at the 7th position in the whole of Africa making Ghanas premier University the topmost University in the West Africa sub-region, and indeed at the national level.   ... Read More »

University of Ghana honours three former Vice Chancellors


The University of Ghana has honoured three of its former Vice Chancellors by naming some facilities after them. Professors Akilagpa Sawyerr, George Benneh and Ivan Addae-Mensah were honoured for the immense contribution to the development of the nation’s premier university. Prof. Sawyerr who served as VC from 1985-1992 has the road from Yiri Lodge to the Triangular Intersection behind Mensah ... Read More »

University of Ghana to host African Universities Summit


The University of Ghana, Legon, is set to host other African Universities on “Globalization and Policy Direction for African Higher Education”. The summit, which is in partnership with Times Higher Education, and slated for April 27-29, 2016, is to focus global attention on the developments in various African universities. According to Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Professor Ernest ... Read More »

Face of Central University 2016 contestants unveiled

face of central university

The Women’s Commission of the Students Representative Council’s (SRC) of Central University (CU) has unveiled 11 finalists for the 2016 edition of its annual beauty pageant dubbed “Face of Central University”. The 11 contestants who were selected from the Miotso and Mataheco Campuses of CU were Halima Iyke- Oginah, Caroline Mawusae Agbenyenu, Akua Adobea Obuobi and Grace Essilfie. The rest ... Read More »

Legon Ga-Dangme students install new king, queen


Members of the Ga-Dangme Students Association of the University of Ghana installed a new king and a queen for the 2016/2017 academic year during their “Annual Royal Durbar” held at the Akuafo Hall Gardens. The ceremony attracted traditional leaders, political representatives, family heads, lecturers, students and various Ga-Dangme groups from the Greater Accra Region, during which the new king and ... Read More »

University of Ghana pegs mature entrance age at 27


The age for matured students entrance examination of the University of Ghana (UG) has been revised from 25 to 27 years to ensure academic excellence.This would assist the University in its responsibility to develop and produce world class human resource to meet the demands of national development and the international market.The Dean of School of Performing Arts of the University, ... Read More »

Koforidua Polytechnic now University of Technology

University of Technology

The Koforidua Polytechnic is now Koforidua University of Technology as it is the second after the Takoradi Polytechnic to meet the conversion criteria.President John Mahama, as part of his working tour of the Eastern region inaugurated an engineering block to kick start the Technical course in the university.The faculty of Engineering has five well equipped laboratories, ten workshops, a conference ... Read More »

UCC Inaugurates Search Committee for New Vice-Chancellor


A six-member committee has been inaugurated to search for a suitable candidates for the position of Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast effective October 1, 2016. The current Vice-Chancellor, Prof. D. D. Kuupole’s four-year term ends on September 30 this year. As part of their terms of reference the committee comprising members of the University Council and the Academic ... Read More »

Seaweld Engineering Ghana to train Regional Maritime University Students in Oil and Gas


The Regional Maritime University (RMU), has signed an agreement with Seaweld Engineering Ghana, an indigenous company in maritime, oil and gas industry to train its students. The move is to ensure hands on training in exploration and production of the oil and gas industry for students of the University. Seaweld Engineering will help provide them with requisite skills needed for ... Read More »

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