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Ghana among top 25 countries sending the highest number of students to the US

Ghana among top 25 countries sending the highest number of students to the US

Education, Ghana News
More than 6,400 Ghanaian students studied in the United States in the 2022-2023 academic year, according to a report published by Open Doors published today, Monday, November 13, 2023. The Open Doors Report is published annually by the Institute of International Education (IIE), analyzing the number of international students in the United States. “U.S. colleges and universities offer world-class educational opportunities and Ghanaian students in the United States are deepening the ties of friendship, family, and business between our countries.  We are so happy to see Ghanaians seeking to learn, develop their skills, and return to Ghana to benefit their communities,” said U.S. Ambassador to Ghana Virginia Palmer. Ghana is now in the top 25 countries worldwide that send the hi...
First-year SHS students to report to school today

First-year SHS students to report to school today

Education, Ghana News
Despite calls for a reconsideration of the reopening date, first-year senior high school students nationwide are expected to commence reporting to their respective schools today. In defiance of the pleas from parents and other stakeholders to extend the reporting date, citing various reasons, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has maintained the December 4 date. In response to these concerns, Parliament has urged the Minister of Education to contemplate rescheduling the reopening date to the first week of January instead of Monday, December 4. However, despite Parliament's appeal, the Ghana Education Service (GES) has declined the request.https://cdn.vuukle.com/widgets/quiz.html?version=1.14.0Advertisement In a statement, the GES emphasised that "It is the expectation of manage...
Students advised to use Internet advantageously

Students advised to use Internet advantageously

Ghana News, Health & Wellbeing, Lifestyle & Social
Member of the Tema Secondary School Old Students Association (TOSA), Kwadwo Owusu Baah, has encouraged final year students in Senior High Schools to pay attention to advantages on social media to create passive income for themselves. Mr. Baah said this at a forum in Tema Secondary School dubbed “TOSA Tertiary Talks,” an initiative of TOSA that seeks to call on illustrious alumni of the school to encourage and present to the students a picture of life after school because most of them will graduate without any insight into what lies ahead of them. He said, at their stage, it was critical to identify who they wanted and didn’t want to become in life and seek to also identify ways of working and living that would not add unnecessary risk to their path. He told students that the evol...
IFC launches EDGE Green Building Challenge for students, young professionals in built environment

IFC launches EDGE Green Building Challenge for students, young professionals in built environment

Science & Technology, World News
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has launched the EDGE Green Building Challenge for architectural and engineering students as well as professionals in the built environment at the Green Park, Cantonments City, Accra. The Challenge is in two strands: the Net Zero Ready Design Competition, which is aimed at getting architecture and engineering students and recent graduates in the built environment to exhibit their understanding of green buildings using the EDGE App and utilizing knowledge from the Design for Greater Efficiency (DfGE) course. The DfGE course covers the basics of energy and resource efficiency measures in design from the technical and commercial perspective, and seeks to encourage and incentivize resource efficiency in the construction sector. The second stra...
Pentecost Members Benefit From Over GH¢7 Million Educational Support

Pentecost Members Benefit From Over GH¢7 Million Educational Support

Ghana News, Pentecost News
The Church of Pentecost in 2021 spent a total amount of seven million, twenty-seven thousand and seventy-six Ghana Cedis, eighty-five pesewas (GH¢7,027,076.85) in sponsoring the education of its members in Ghana. This was disclosed by the Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, in his State-of-the-Church Address delivered at the Opening Session of the 17th Session of the Extraordinary Council Meeting of the church on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Gomoa-Fetteh, near Kasoa in the Central Region. The gesture by The Church of Pentecost goes a long way to give hope to parents and the beneficiary students who hitherto had no hope of pursuing education at the tertiary level.  According to the Chairman, the church gave ful...
Russia-Ukraine War: The Church Of Pentecost Saves 1,000 Ghanaians, Other Nationals

Russia-Ukraine War: The Church Of Pentecost Saves 1,000 Ghanaians, Other Nationals

Ghana News, International, World News
Heart-warming news coming from Hungary indicates that more than 300 displaced Ghanaians and over 600 other nationals who escaped from Ukraine have been relocated to a safe place in Hungary through the intervention of The Church of Pentecost, a leading global classical Pentecostal church, with branches in over 135 nations across the world. The Church, through its officer-in-charge of Hungary, Elder Kwesi Asemanyi, and other team members, has successfully processed about 1,000 people, fully registered them, and given them accommodation, food, and water, and subsequently handed most of them over to their respective embassy representatives. So far, the Church, through the International Missions Office, has spent a substantial amount of money on the upkeep of the evacuated Ghanaian stude...
Ghanaian Medical Students In Ukraine Transferred To Grenada

Ghanaian Medical Students In Ukraine Transferred To Grenada

Ghana News, International
Ghanaians studying Medicine in Ukraine whose education has been truncated due to disturbances in that country can now continue their studies in Grenada. Last Tuesday, the government secured an agreement with the Caribbean island state for 200 Ghanaian medical students who had to flee Ukraine to continue and complete their education at the St George’s University of Medicine, Grenada. The Registrar of the Scholarships Secretariat, Kingsley Agyemang, and the Director of Recruitment and Commercial Engagement of the university, David Anthonisz, signed the agreement to this effect in the United Kingdom (UK). Those present at the ceremony included the Chief Growth and Strategy Officer of Medforth, a global healthcare education organisation, Molly K. O’Neill, the Chief Accountant of the ...
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