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UDS holds congregation for 562 students

The University for Development Studies (UDS), Tamale, on Saturday held a congregation for 562 students. The graduates were part of students who completed various programmes of study from the School of Graduate Studies and the School of Nursing and Midwifery, the Faculty of Sustainable Development, and the Faculty of Education. The Chairman…
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Garden City University is now In Upper West

The Garden City University College (GCUC) a Private University in Kumasi-Kenyase has extended its services to the Upper West Region, specifically, Wa. They have engaged with Wa Nursing Training College at Kperisi and are currently holding their lecturers there for students, they also have the online mode of study for Undergraduate students…
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KNUST: Over 3,550 deferred students reinstated

About 3,350 out of the over 6,000 students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) whose programmes of study were deferred for the non-payment of fees have had their status restored. This followed a window of opportunity offered by the management of the university to the affected students to pay the fees and have…
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UGBS receives ¢75K cheque from Stanbic bank

UGBS receives ¢75K cheque from Stanbic bank A seven-member delegation from Stanbic Bank Ghana presented a cheque donation of GH¢ 75,000.00 to support the UGBS Endowment Fund, on 17th February 2022. The Dean of the University of Ghana Business School, Prof. Justice Bawole, received the donation on behalf of the school. He welcomed the Stanbic…
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GES Revert Back 3-Term Calendar System

The Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum, has directed that the academic calendar of public schools be reverted from the semester system to the trimester system. The Ghana Education Service (GES) on Thursday, January 13 announced new dates for reopening of public schools from kindergarten to senior high schools. The dates implied that all…
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President Akufo-Addo shames Free SHS critics

Ghana’s president, Nana Akufo-Addo, says that he is proud to have introduced the Free Senior High School policy under his administration. He said that the just released WASSCE results, of the second batch beneficiaries of the policy, further prove the policy’s success and defends the government’s decision to introduce the policy. In his speech…
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