An Infograph of Ghana's WASSCE results since 2011
Published on : 2016-08-13 23:23:26 | Author : UniAfrica | No of Views : 839

An Infograph of Ghana's WASSCE results since 2011....

Rwanda: A New Education Hub
Published on : 2016-08-11 21:12:42 | Author : UniAfrica | No of Views : 1137

As per Rwandan President Paul Kagame education is more than the learning process in schools, it does provide not only the high-level skills necessary for every labour market but also acquiring values needed to achieve individual potential, hence a critical component of human and societal development. He made this statement during the graduation ceremony for University of Rwanda students in July 2016.   Rwanda, as per its Government policy, considers education a critical investment for the country’s future growth and development. As...

Accra College of Medicine : One small step, but a gigantic leap for Ghana
Published on : 2016-08-11 21:04:53 | Author : ANIS HAFFAR | No of Views : 969

The maiden matriculation ceremony of Accra College of Medicine (at their premises at Adjirigarno, Saturday, April 30, 2016) was both emotional and historic. It cast my mind back to an article by K.B. Asante titled “Learning From Our Heroes,” (Daily Graphic, June 13, 1994). He wrote, “Nkrumah one afternoon called Charlie Easmon and told him to get his colleagues together to start a medical school. ‘You can do it, you know,’ he told Easmon. Quartey, Dodu, Badoe, Sai and the other specialists at Korle Bu were formed i...

Why study in Ghanaian Universities?
Published on : 2016-08-11 20:52:33 | Author : UniAfrica | No of Views : 941

Ghana has one of the most promising higher education sector in Africa with significant contribution from private sector. With sixteen (16) public universities and quasi-public tertiary institutions, polytechnics (now technical universities), two (2) private universities, number of nursing and education colleges and more than seventy (70) private university colleges (colleges), Ghanaian institutions hosts more than 389,000 students at the end of year 2013 in various level of programmes. Approximately 17% of the total students are studying in var...

25 African Leaders Selected as 2016 Eisenhower Fellows
Published on : 2016-08-11 20:33:30 | Author : GYPSY GUILLN KAISER | No of Views : 1905

Eisenhower Fellowships announces the selection of 25 visionary African leaders working in government, business and civil society across eight countries as 2016 Africa Program Eisenhower Fellows. These ascendant leaders, comprising Eisenhower Fellowships’ inaugural Africa Program, will embark on a seven-week journey throughout the United States to engage in a transformative exchange of knowledge and ideas with the leading minds in their fields.   “These innovative Fellows are united by their passion to benefit their countries...