Announcements

Computer Training for Workers, Graduates, School Leavers etc

Starting October 17, 2017 - Ending September 28, 2018

University of Ghana Computing Systems (UGCS) and The School of Continuing and Distance Education (SCDE) in partnership with SmartThink Ltd are organising intensive computer courses specially designed for workers, graduates, teachers, nurses, etc.  to empower them with requisite skills for a rewarding career.

Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Word, Excel and PowerPoint - Learn, Progress, And Succeed!

Course Outline

  • Computer Basics
  • Internet & Email Skills
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft PowerPoint

Target Audience

  • People with & without computer skills
  • Teachers
  • Nurses
  • Workers
  • Lecturers & trainers
  • Graduates
  • School Leavers

A lifetime of benefits

Participants will:

  • Demonstrate their skills on the latest technologies
  • Have a firm measure and increased confidence in their skills
  • Achieve a greater degree of success in their pursuit of higher education or a career
  • Gain recognition among peers and employers, and a distinct edge in the competitive job market
  • Chart a career development path for ongoing Microsoft skills
  • How to apply:  Click on the link below to register

https://goo.gl/TVLRGy

Fees:  GH¢ 400

Training Commences on 4th Nov. 2017

Venue:  UGCS Legon Campus, Accra

Time:  9.30 am – 1.30 pm

Duration:  8 weeks (Saturdays only)

 

Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Networking, Security, Server

Launch your career with Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) training and certification!

Course Description

Microsoft Technology Associate  (MTA) training and certification delivers essential technology skills and an industry-recognised certification to those just starting a career path in Information Technology (IT), or those looking to enhance their understanding of IT fundamentals.  MTA skills development instils practical knowledge on how to apply Microsoft Technologies to solve today’s business challenges, and is the gateway to the advanced Microsoft Certifications that distinguish the industries’ best IT professionals. 

 

MTA IT INFRASTRUCTURE

For those intending to build a career in desktop or server infrastructure or private cloud computing

  • Windows Server Administration Fundamentals
  • Networking Fundamentals
  • Security Fundamentals

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • People who wish to align technical programmes with required computing skills
  • Database Administrators
  • IT Network Professionals
  • Anyone who is interested in building a career in desktop support, server maintenance or cloud services.

 

How to Apply

Click on the link below to register

https://goo.gl/TVLRGy

Fees:  GH¢ 700

Training Commences on 31st Oct. 2017

Venue:   Accra City Campus

Time:  5.30 pm – 7.30 pm

Duration:  9 weeks (Tues & Thursdays)

 

Course Fees

Full course Fee to be paid before the commencement of the programme.  Please pay cash to the following Account. 

Bank:                           Ecobank

Branch:                       Legon

Account Name:           College of Education, University of Ghana

Account Number:       0160134485305902

 

Supply the following information with payment: 

Your name and Course Name

 

For more details, please contact

University of Ghana Computing Systems (UGCS), Legon:      0501451637/0579329939/0276076257

Email: ugcs-training@ug.edu.gh

Invitation to the Introduction to the World of Business Conference

Starting October 13, 2017 - Ending October 13, 2018

INTRODUCTION TO THE WORLD OF BUSINESS:

THE LEGAL AND MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS STARTUPS

 

The College of Humanities, in collaboration with the Careers and Counselling Centre, invites interested students to a series of training sessions

WHO MAY ATTEND – all students in the College of Humanities and other Colleges who hope to start their own business 

BENEFITS – introduction to the real world of business and the necessary preparation to establish your own business enterprise

VENUE: UG School of Law Auditorium

LECTURE TOPICS, DATES AND TIME

Lecture 1 – Business Fundamentals – Wednesday 11th October 2017, 10.30am – 1.30pm

Lecture 2 – Project Funding – Thursday 12th October 2017, 1.30pm – 5.00pm

Lecture 3 – Legal Documents to Protect Your Business Interest – Tuesday 17th October 2017,

1.30pm – 5.00pm       

Lecture 4 – International Commercial Transactions - Wednesday 18th October 2017,

1.30pm – 5.00pm

Lecture 5 – Barriers to Entry In African Business – Thursday 19th October 2017,

1.30pm – 5.00pm

Lecture 6—Simulation: Understanding a crude Oil Contract (Big Money) and other important information – Tuesday, 24th October 2017, 1.30pm – 5.00pm

FACILITATOR: Mr Wayne Sprauve (Legal Practitioner & Business Consultant)

 

Please click here for the event poster

 

 

 

 

Matriculation for Distance Education Students, 2017

Starting October 12, 2017 - Ending October 12, 2018
  1. This year’s Matriculation Ceremony for Distance Education students will take place on Saturday, October 21, 2017 at the Accra, Kumasi and Tamale Learning Centres. Students should be seated by 9:30am.

    Students are to attend the matriculation ceremonies as follows:


    Location for Matriculation ceremonyLearning Centres
    Accra Learning Centre

    (Accra City Campus)

     

    • Accra
    • Koforidua
    • Takoradi
    • Tema
    • Tsito
    Kumasi Learning Centre
    • Sunyani
    • Kumasi
    Tamale Learning Centre
    • Bolgatanga
    • Tamale
    • Wa
  2. Freshmen/women should note that it is obligatory for every student enrolled in the University of Ghana for the first time to go through the rites of Matriculation and sign the Matriculation Oath; failure of which the studentship shall be cancelled.
  3. All newly admitted DE students are to endorse the matriculation oath online. To register, students should click the link “Fresh Students Matriculation” under the featured links on the right side of the University of Ghana homepage (www.ug.edu.gh).

    Following this, students will take the Matriculation Oath during the ceremony.
  4. The prescribed attire is BLACK MATRICULATION GOWN OVER FORMAL DRESS.
  5. Students are required to present copies of their admission letters or proof of registration to collect academic gowns to be worn at the ceremony from their respective Learning Centres. 
  6. The gowns should be returned to the designated points after the matriculation ceremony or at the Learning Centres.
  7. Failure to return the gown by Monday, October 30, 2017 shall invoke a penalty.

Skills Development Fund (SDF) 2nd Call for Concept Notes

Starting October 11, 2017 - Ending October 11, 2018

The Skills Development Fund (SDF) invites eligible Small and Medium Enterprises, trade associations and training institutions (both private and public) to apply for grant support.  SDF is a challenge fund which addresses the skills needs of enterprises in the formal and informal sectors of Ghana. It is a demand –driven response to two critical challenges; a) qualified and skilled labour force and b) acquisition and development of technology towards increased productivity and practical innovations; encountered by the productive sectors in Ghana.

The fund supports initiatives that address the needs of continuous skills upgrading of enterprises in especially the agriculture/ agro-processing and sustainable energy sectors. It also offers support to enterprises in other sectors with exceptionally strong potential for productivity improvement and job creation. Expected outcomes of the funding support are increased productivity and competitiveness of enterprises leading to job creation, increased incomes and better livelihoods for employers and employees.

SDF offers grant support for the following activities:

WINDOW

UPPER CEILING FOR EACH GRANT CATERGORY

MATCHING CONTRIBUTION

REQUIRED

Window 1: Formal sector enterprises skills upgrading

GHS 400,000

40%

Window 2: Informal sector/MSEs skills upgrading

GHS 80,000

20%

Window 3: Training innovation

GHS 500,000

30%

Window 4: Formal sector coaching of management and supervisory staff

GHS 100,000

25%

 

Interested applicants must complete the online application form the SDF website: www.sdfghana.org Online applications must be submitted not later than 2nd November 2017

For more information, kindly call the SDF offices on 050 129 7935; 020 997 7867 or 0303 972 345.

 

 

 

Remembrance Day Muslim Prayers and Christian Service

Starting October 10, 2017 - Ending October 10, 2018

The University Community is invited to the 2017 Remembrance Day Prayers and Service to remember members of the University Community who departed during the 2016/2017 academic year.

 

MUSLIM PRAYERS

Date: Friday, November 3, 2017

Time: 2:00 pm

Venue: University of Ghana Central Mosque

 

CHRISTIAN SERVICE

Date: Sunday, November 5, 2017

Time: 3:00 pm

Venue: Great Hall, University of Ghana.

Dress Code: Black and White

 

All are cordially invited

 

 

 

 

The Pan African Doctoral Academy, University of Ghana (UG-PADA) Invitation to Participate in the January 2018 Doctoral Schools

Starting October 5, 2017 - Ending October 5, 2018

THE PAN AFRICAN DOCTORAL ACADEMY, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA (UG-PADA)

 

INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE JANUARY 2018 DOCTORAL SCHOOLS

 

The University of Ghana (UG) is pleased to announce her Doctoral Schools run by the UG-Pan African Doctoral Academy (UG-PADA)

The Schools are open to all PhD candidates from Universities in Africa with particular focus on West African Universities.

 

Modules Available:

Several Modules are available and will be run over a one week period starting January 15th, and January 22nd, 2018, however only modules that receive the minimum number of subscription required will be run.

 

The available Modules available are: 

 

 

SCHOOL 1: January 15th to 19th, 2018

 

 Title

Eligibility

1

Managing the Doctoral Process (including Managing Literature Review )

PhD  Year 1 & 2 students

2

Quantitative Research Techniques Using SPSS

PhD Year 2&3  students

3

Communicating Research Results: Science

PhD (Science) students

4

Innovative Thinking

All PhD students

   

 

SCHOOL 2: January 22nd  to 26th, 2018

 

 Title

Eligibility

1

Leadership Skills and Issues in Career Development for the Emerging Scholar

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

2

Qualitative Research Methodology

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

3

Presentation Skills (Including Conference Presentations-Oral /Poster Preparations)

All PhD students

4

Use of Selected Computer Packages for Research Data Analysis (Please select a package)

i.      R

ii.   NVIVO

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

5

Statistics for Social and Life Sciences

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

 

Interested candidates may select up to two modules per each School, in order of preference.

Applicants are advised to apply early as space is limited and will be offered strictly on a first-come-first served basis.

 

Fees Structure

 

A/ Ghanaian Applicants

All Ghanaian applicants will be expected to pay the highly subsidized fee of the Cedi equivalent of US$100.00 only PER COURSE.  This is to cover the Course fees and will include snack and lunch as well as other course materials.

 

University of Ghana applicants on Carnegie Scholarship may use part of their funding to cover the Course fees.

B/ External Applicants from Universities participating for the first time

The first six (6) applicants from any newly participating University within the West African sub-region other than Ghana will receive full sponsorship comprising:

1.      Return (Economy Class) Air ticket

2.      Full tuition of $300.00

3.      Accommodation in Students Hall of Residence

4.      Breakfast and Lunch

Please note that no Daily Subsistence Allowance (DSA) will be provided.

 

C/ Other External Applicants

All other applicants from any African country other than Ghana will be expected to pay a subsidized Course fee of $100.00 only PER COURSE.  In addition to the subsidy on the Course fees, participants will be provided with:

1.      Free Accommodation in a Students’ Hall of Residence

2.      Free Breakfast and Lunch

 

Mode of application:

Interested candidates must complete the UG-PADA application form currently available on the University of Ghana website at: www.ug.edu.gh

Completed applications should be submitted electronically to: ugpada@ug.edu.gh.

 

The Application Deadline is: November 30th, 2017.

 

Applicants offered places will be notified before or by December 4th, 2017, and will be expected to make payments by Friday, December 15th, 2017 to secure their places.

 

For further enquiry, kindly contact: ugpada@ug.edu.gh.

 

 

 

Invitation to International Workshop - School of Public Health

Starting October 4, 2017 - Ending October 4, 2018

The University community is hereby invited to an International Workshop being organised by the School of Public Health.

The workshop which is an Introduction to Advanced Level Statistics for Health and Social Science Researchers for National Development is a competence-based training which aims at providing participants with intensive, hands on training from introduction to advanced statistical analysis and geographic information systems for policy formulation, implementation and evaluation in public health and social science research.

It also aims at equipping participants to make informed decisions for national development based on empirical data with robust statistical analysis. It will focus on real life data analysis and interpretation. Theoretical background of the techniques will be introduced briey.

Dates: Monday 8th January 2018 – Friday January 19th, 2018

Time: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day

Venue: Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

 

Please click this link for further details

Please click this link to download application form

 

 

 

International Workshop on Lab Animal Science

Starting September 29, 2017 - Ending September 29, 2018

Members of the University community are hereby invited to a two-week intensive practical training workshop in Laboratory Animal Science by the Department of Animal Science and Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research.

 

The main objectives of the course are to present basic facts and principles that are essential for the humane use and care of laboratory animals and for the quality of research.

 

Date: 23rd October 2017 - 3rd November 2017

Venue: Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, University of Ghana

Time: 9:00 am each day

 

The Workshop is being organised, in collaboration with the Department of Animals in Science and Society, Division of Animal Welfare and Laboratory Animal Science, University of Utrecht and supported with funding from the Laboratory Animals Ltd, UK. Among the facilitators are four International experts in the area of Lab Animal Science from the Netherlands

This course will be of particular interest to researchers and post-graduate students in the bio-medical sciences who are, or intend to conduct research using laboratory animals.

Registration is ongoing and space is limited. Kindly contact the following people at the following addresses and phone numbers:

Dr. Thomas N. Nortey; tnortey@ug.edu.gh (055 820 7504)

Dr. Samuel Adjei; SAdjei3@noguchi.ug.edu.gh (024 367 1670)

Dr. Raphael Ayizanga: raphayi2003@yahoo.com (024 364 8636)

 

All are cordially invited.

 

International Day of Older Persons -1st October 2017

Starting September 27, 2017 - Ending September 27, 2018

1st October is designated by the UN General Assembly as the International Day for Older Persons. Each year, the day is celebrated by raising awareness about issues affecting the elderly such as elder abuse, cognitive decline, and health conditions associated with ageing. It is a day to appreciate the contributions of elder persons to society.

The theme for the International Day of Older Persons 2017 is: “Stepping into the Future: Tapping the Talents, Contributions and Participation of Older Persons in Society”

In Ghana, the Centre for Ageing Studies, University of Ghana, in partnership with Arklifestyle Foundation, Association for Ghana’s Elders (AGE), Samuel Amo Tobin Foundation and F&G Mobile Health Shop will be celebrating the day on Sunday 1st October at the grounds of the Sports Directorate, University of Ghana from 12 noon - 4pm. Activities will include health screening, workshop on wellness and a traditional African dance and fitness session.

On the 2nd and 3rd of October, 2017, the Centre for Ageing Studies will organize a Conference on the theme: “Multidisciplinary Approach to Ageing Research across the Lifespan”. The venue is Great Hall, University of Ghana, from 9am-4pm each day.

The Centre invites the University community and the general public to participate in the celebration of our seniors.

For more information please contact: Anna: 0270116119, Vida: 0204116110, Priscilla: 0272521094 or send an email on cfas@ug.edu.gh

 

School of Continuing and Distance Education Seminar/Workshop Series

Starting September 26, 2017 - Ending September 26, 2018

Members of the University Community and the general public are cordially invited to the School of Continuing and Distance Education Seminar/Workshop Series to be delivered by Prof. Yaw Oheneba-Sakyi, Former Dean of the School as follows:

Theme:       Practical Session on Sakai – Learning From Each Other

Date:          Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Time:         9.00am – 12.00pm

Venue:       ICT LAB, Department of Adult Education and Human Resource Studies 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences Annual Lecture in the Sciences 2017

Starting September 14, 2017 - Ending September 14, 2018

Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences

Annual Lecture in the Sciences 2017

 

Title: Stress and Rest: Pharmacodynamic Modulation for Sustainable Human Health

Speaker: Prof. Arthur C. Sackeyfio, FGA (Founding Dean University of Ghana, School of Pharmacy)

Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Time: 5:30 pm

Venue: Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences Auditorium

 

Chairman: Prof. Samuel K. Sefah-Dedeh, FGA (Vice President, Sciences Section, GAAS)

 

All are cordially invited

 

 

Distance Education Programme 2017/2018 Academic Year

Starting September 4, 2017 - Ending September 4, 2018

All fresh students (diploma, degree and diploma to degree) are warmly welcome to the University of Ghana Distance Education Programme run by the School of Continuing and Distance Education under the College of Education.

 

The mode of delivery of the Distance Education Programme is a combination of E-learning and face to face interaction. Students are therefore expected to have a laptop or any electronic device capable of receiving E-learning resources/materials for the programme.

 

Tutorials will normally be held at weekends, and students are expected to interact with their lecturers, tutors and other students using the SAKAI Learning Management System (SAKAI). Students will be trained on the use of Sakai and basic ICT skills as part of the orientation process.

The pamphlet contains the following information:

 

  1. Summary of Academic Calendar
  2. Procedure for Registration
  3. Notices on Orientation, Matriculation and Handbooks/ID Cards
  4. Notice for BSc. Information Technology Students
  5. Accessing Course Materials Online
  6. Contact Details

 

  1. SUMMARY OF ACADEMIC CALENDAR 1st SEMESTER 2017/2018

 

On-Line registration begins

Monday, September 4, 2017

 

Registration/Downloading of materials at the Learning Centres

 

From Friday, September 8, 2017

ICT Literacy Training

Saturday, September 2 – Friday,

September 15, 2017

 

Orientation

Saturday& Sunday, September 16 & 17, 2017

 

Tutorials begin 

Saturday & Sunday, September 23 & 24, 2017

 

Deadline for on-line registration/Deferment

Friday, September 29, 2017

 

Matriculation

Details to be announced later

 

Interim Assessments

Friday, November 10 –Sunday , November 26, 2017

 

Examinations

Monday January 8, 2018 – Monday, January 29, 2018

 

End of semester

Monday, January 29, 2018

 

 

2.PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION

Full registration involves:

  • Printing of provisional admission letter
  • Payment of Fees
  • Online Registration
  • Registration/ Collection of Course Materials at Learning Centre

 

STEP 1: Printing of Provisional Admission Letter

All admitted students are required to log in to the link on the University’s website http://www.ug.edu.gh with their admission Serial Number and Pin to download their Provisional Admission Letter.

 

STEP 2:  Payment of Fees

ALL students are to pay fees as stated in their admission letters into the College of Education DE Students Fee Collection Account at any branch of GCB Bank LimitedStudents should quote in full their names, level of study and student identification numbers (stated in admission letter) on all payment slips and counterfoils.

 

Note:

  • The number appearing in your letter of admission shall constitute your student identification number and shall remain your identification number throughout your studentship in this University. You shall quote this number wherever your identification number is required. This number shall also be used in writing all university examinations and payment of all approved fees.

 

  • Students are strongly advised to keep all copies of payment receipts, registration receipts and materials in a safe place.  In the event of any difficulty arising from a student’s registration, the College Academic Affairs Office shall demand an inspection of all receipts and registration material.

 

  • Students who have problems with the payment of fees may contact their respective Learning Centres or send an email to coeacademic@ug.edu.gh.

 

STEP 3:   Online Registration

  • Undertake on-line registration 48 hours after payment of fees. The steps for the online registration are available at the website, www.ug.edu.gh.

 

Note:

·Details of courses to be taken by students admitted to various programmes are available in the student handbooks which are available online and in the course bulletin at the Learning Centres.
  • Students should register only for programmes/subjects as stated in their provisional admission letters
  • Remember to print a “proof of registration” You shall be required to show a proof of registration at the Centre.

 

STEP 4: Registration/ Collection of Course Materials at the Learning Centre

All fresh students are expected to register at their Learning Centres and bring their electronic devices there to collect course materials. Upon arrival, proceed to the registration officers and undertake the following processes:

 

  1. Show your Provisional Admission letter and proof of online registration
  2. Proceed with registration
  3. Collect your course materials

 

All nursing students are required to submit copies of the following to the registration officers at the Centres:

  1. Transcripts
  2. Registered Nursing Certificate (R/GN/MN/M/CN)

 

  1. NOTICES ON ORIENTATION, MATRICULATION AND HANDBOOKS/ID CARDS

 

Orientation

Fresh students are required to participate in a compulsory programme of orientation on Saturday & Sunday, September 16 & 17, 2017 at their respective Regional Learning Centres. Details of this programme will be made available to you later.

 

Matriculation

All fresh students will be officially recognized as students of the University at a Matriculation ceremony. Students are to dress formally, and to wear black academic gowns. The date for Matriculation and the procedure for collecting the black gowns will be announced on the College of Education/University website.

 

Student Handbooks/ID Cards

Electronic copies of undergraduate handbooks and regulations are available on the University’s website and hard copies will be made available to students at their learning centres.

 

Student ID cards will be made available to you soon. Arrangements for their collection will be announced on the College of Education/University website, noticeboards in Regional Learning Centres and on the Sakai platform.

 

  1. NOTICE FOR BSC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENTS

 

As a condition of your admission, BSc Information Technology Students are required to have a personal laptop with the following minimum specifications:

 

Operating System                  :           Windows 7 Home Premium

Productivity Tools                :           Microsoft Office 2007/2010

Processor Type                      :           core i5 Processor

Memory                                  :           4 GB RAM

Hard Drive                            :           250 GB

Graphics Card                      :           512 MB Video Memory

Emulation Software              :           Individual lecturers will specify what software

                                                            is required and how to obtain it.

 

  1. ACCESSING COURSE MATERIALS ONLINE

Students may access the course materials through the following channels:

 

  1. PDF copies of ALL course materials can be downloaded from the Sakai Learning Management System.
  2. Video recordings of lectures for some level 100 and Level 200 Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts courses can also be downloaded from the University of Ghana Distance Education YouTube Channel, via the following URL: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrmi-SXPbbqo_p9cnis49Ug
  3. ALL course videos are also available to be viewed at the computer laboratories of Regional Learning Centres.
  4. Students may seek assistance from IT Support Engineers at their Regional Learning Centres to  have copies of pre-recorded videos uploaded onto their personal electronic devices.

 

  1. CONTACT DETAILS:

Students may contact their Regional Learning Centres or any of the following for further information:

  • College Academic Office- 0362194377, 0503899803; Whatsapp 0270316105
  • Department of Distance Education – 0302956122
  • SAKAI Hotline - 0303938855

Email- coeacademic@ug.edu.gh

 

Regional Learning Centres

CENTRE

CONTACT NO.

CENTRE

CONTACT NO.

Accra

 

 

0302 228 182

 

 

Takoradi

 

Tema

0312 023 476

 

0244 818 069

 

Bolgatanga

0382 022 315

 

Tamale

0372 02 2238

0244 22 0988

 

Cape-Coast

0332 132 100

0209 024149

 

Tsito/Ho

0303 938 851

 

Koforidua

0342 290 824

 

Wa

0392 022 189

0200 737 910

 

Kumasi

0322 023 726

 

Sunyani

0352 027 153

 

 

 

 

Fao-Thiaroye Processing Technique (FTT) Fish Smoking Project Results Dissemination Seminar (University of Ghana)

Starting August 30, 2017 - Ending August 30, 2018
 

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, FAO, in collaboration with the Department of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Ghana (Ghana) and Department of Food Safety and Food Quality, University of Ghent (Belgium) wishes to invite you to a one-day research finding dissemination seminar on the “Safety of Smoked Fish in Ghana Using the FAO-Thiaroye Processing Technique (FTT)”.

FAO launched a new innovation in fish smoking called the FAO-Thiaroye Technique (FTT) in 2014 in Ghana. This was to address the weaknesses of the existing ovens such as the Chorkor Smoker with regards to food safety and the drudgery associated with the traditional smoking methods. The main objective of this innovation was to reduce polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) to standards set by the Codex Alimentarius Commission for smoked fish and also to ensure food safety and minimize post-harvest losses among small-scale fishers.

The purpose of this seminar is to share the findings of the research with stakeholders in the food safety and fisheries value chain in Ghana. Please find attached the concept note with agenda for your perusal.

The details of the seminar are as follows:

 

Date: Friday: 8th September, 2017

Venue: University of Ghana ISSER Conference Hall, Legon

Time: 8:30 am – 1.00 pm

We would be grateful to receive your confirmation of participation by 31st August 2017 through the following email address: Ms. Grace Charway (Grace.Charway@fao.org), Ms. Abigail Kanyi (Abigail.Kanyi@fao.org) and Mr Kennedy Bomfeh (kbomfeh@gmail.com). We look forward to your valuable participation and contribution to enrich this discourse in this important seminar.

 

With kind regards,

 

Mr Abebe Haile Gabriel

Regional Programme Leader for Africa/

FAO Representative to Ghana

FAO Regional Office for Africa/RAF

Tel.: +233 302610930 Ext. 42100

Website: www.fao.org/africa

 

 

 

 

I.T. Professional Certificate Short Courses - Department of Computer Science

Starting August 25, 2017 - Ending August 25, 2018

The Univesity community is informed that the Department of Computer Science is organising I.T. Professional Certificate Short Courses as follows:

Course Starts : September 18, 2017

Venue: Department of Computer Science Library (Near Maths Dept.)

Deadline for Registration: September 16, 2017

 

 

Please click here for further details:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Abstracts - Centre for Ageing Studies

Starting August 21, 2017 - Ending August 21, 2018

The Centre for Ageing Studies as part of organizing its First Annual International Research Conference invites the University community to submit an Abstract as follows:

Dates:         Monday & Tuesday 2nd - 3rd October, 2017

Venue:        Great Hall, University of Ghana, Legon

THEME:     Multidisciplinary Approach to Ageing Research across the Lifespan

Abstracts should be submitted to cfas@ug.edu.gh by 5th September, 2017.

Abstracts must be a maximum 250 words and include the names and affiliations of all authors. Presenting author’s name must be underlined.

For enquiries send message to:  cfas@ug.edu.gh

For more details, contact:    Vida: +233 (0) 20 41 1 6110; -

                                            Anna: +233 (0)27 011 6 119 –

         Priscilla: +233 (0) 27 252 1094

 

Sponsors - Centre for Ageing Studies, College of Humanities - Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine and Dentistry, College of Health Sciences, University of Ghana.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Arts Council of the African Studies Association (ACASA) 17th Triennial Symposium - August 8 – 13, 2017

Starting August 8, 2017 - Ending August 8, 2018

The Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, Legon, in partnership with Arts Council of the African Studies Association (ACASA) will host for the first time in Africa the 2017 ACASA 17th Triennial Symposium at the University of Ghana, Legon from Tuesday, 8th – Sunday, 13th August 2017.

The Opening Ceremony will take place on Wednesday, 9th August, 2017 at 8.30am at the Great Hall of the University of Ghana, Legon.

Honourable Professor Kwesi Yankah, Minister of State for Tertiary Education is the Special Guest of Honour. He will deliver the opening address and officially open the 2017 ACASA Triennial.

The Keynote Speaker is Dr. Atta Kwami, Artist. (Formerly of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology)

ACASA facilitates communication among scholars, teachers, students, artists, museum specialists, collectors, and all others interested in the arts of Africa and the African Diaspora. Its goals are to promote greater understanding of African material and expressive culture in all its forms, and to encourage contact and collaboration with African and Diaspora artists and scholars.

This historic Triennial Symposium, expected to be attended by over 350 international and national participants, will provide a unique opportunity for African artists and art historians on the African continent to connect with colleagues from across the world.

For more information contact the Conference Manager Mr. Akunu Dake, Chief Executive Officer, HERITAGE DEVELOPMENT on Cell: 0244 693 827, Tel. 0302 760441, 0302 798184, Email: akunudake@yahoo.com

All are cordially invited

 

 

Please click here for event poster 

 

 

Notice to Shortlisted Applicants of the College of Health Sciences

Starting August 8, 2017 - Ending August 8, 2018

You have been shortlisted for the entrance examination for enrolment into the College of Health Sciences. Please pay a non-refundable processing fee of GHc 100.00 cash in to the College of Health Sciences (CHS Account no. 0160094485604301 at any Ecobank branch). The date for the entrance examination is Friday, 11th August, 2017 at 8:00am, at the following venues:

  • GCB Exams Hall, University of Ghana, Legon (Medicine, Dental)
  • New N Block, University of Ghana, Legon (School of Biomedical & Allied Health Sciences)
  • Old N Block, University of Ghana, Legon (Nursing/ Pharmacy)
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of SurgeryBachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (A-Levels)
Bachelor of Dental SurgeryBachelor of Science in Nursing
School of Biomedical and Allied Health SciencesSchool of Pharmacy
  • BSc Dietetics
  • BSc Medical Laboratory Sciences
  • BSc Occupational Therapy
  • BSc Physiotherapy
  • BSc Radiography
  • BSc Respiratory Therapy
 
  

Bring along pencil, eraser, calculator and any form of ID.     

Applicants are expected to make payment in their own name and submit pay-in-slips at the above examination centers.

Those who are unable to pay into the account can make payment only at the School of Pharmacy on the day of examination.

Candidates should desist from dealing with or paying monies to people peddling as middlemen of the College under the pretext of assisting them to gain admission.

Candidates who contravene do so at their own risk and if found out may be debarred from participating in the admissions process.

Thank you.

MANAGEMENT

 

 

 

International Workshop: Qualitative Methods in Public Health Evaluation

Starting August 1, 2017 - Ending August 1, 2018

International Workshop: Qualitative Methods in Public Health Evaluation

October 22 – 28, 2017

Accra, Ghana

USAID’s MEASURE Evaluation Project is pleased to announce the international workshop on “Qualitative Methods in Public Health Evaluation,” for English speaking professionals. The workshop is sponsored by the School of Public Health, University of Ghana and MEASURE Evaluation, in collaboration with the Global Evaluation and Monitoring Network for Health (GEMNet-Health). The one-week course will be held October 22 – 28, 2017 in Accra, Ghana.

Taught in English, the course is designed for mid-level health professionals, administrators, program managers, and other professionals involved in the implementation and evaluation of public health programs.  The course provides intensive, hands-on training in qualitative research methods in evaluation with an emphasis on moving beyond basic concepts to explore important considerations of qualitative methods in the context of rigorous evaluation. This is an intermediate level course.

The total course fee is USD 2,485 inclusive of the workshop tuition, accommodation, partial board (breakfast daily and lunch on days when the workshop is in session), and round-trip airport transfers. 

Applications must be submitted to University of Ghana by August 31, 2017.   

A limited number of bursaries will be funded by MEASURE Evaluation for qualified candidates from low and middle income countries. 

Please find a brochure and application form attached. This announcement is not only intended to serve as a means of informing you of the availability of the program, but also to ask for referrals of applicants. There may be promising employees working in monitoring and evaluation of public health programs who would be able to increase their contributions to this field in your country by enhancing their qualitative evaluation skills by attending this workshop.  We would appreciate your forwarding this announcement to potential applicants. 

For more information, contact the MEASURE Evaluation Training Officer: email: measure_training@unc.edu, or visit MEASURE Evaluation's website at www.measureevaluation.org/measure/training

 

Please click here to download the application forms: 

Please click here for the details:

 

 

Laboratory Animal Science Course

Starting August 1, 2017 - Ending August 1, 2018

The Department of Animal Science, School of Agriculture and the Department of Animal Experimentation, Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, University of Ghana, in collaboration with the Department of Animals in Society and Science, Division of Animal Welfare and Laboratory Animal Science, University Utrecht, Netherlands, is organizing a two-week intensive course in Laboratory Animal Science from the 23rd October to 3rd November, 2017.

 

Please click here for more details:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call For Applications - MPhil Fellowship Programme

Starting July 31, 2017 - Ending July 31, 2018
Background
The University of Ghana is to receive funding from The Andrew Mellon Foundation of New York to implement a project titled “Enhancing Capacity and Postgraduate Education in the Humanities at the University of Ghana” (ENCAPEH-UG) from 2017-2018 academic year. The purpose of the project is to enhance University of Ghana’s capacity and postgraduate training in the Humanities.
 
The focus of the fellowship is on the following disciplines/units:
1. Languages (including English, Linguistics, French, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Kiswahili and Russian);
2. Arts (including Philosophy and Classics, Archaeology and Heritage Studies, the Study of Religions and History);
3. Performing Arts (including Dance, Music and Theatre Arts);
4. African Studies.
 
Eligibility
An applicant for the MPhil Fellowships must:
1. Hold a Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of Second Class Lower Division in any of the disciplines mentioned above;
2. Have excellent academic credentials and must demonstrate commitment to pursue an academic career.
 
Application Guidelines
Each applicant should submit the following:
1. A Completed Application Form. Forms can be downloaded using this link
2. An offer of admission from the Graduate School, University of Ghana, to pursue an MPhil Degree.
3. An applicant without an offer of admission from the University of Ghana can still apply; however
the award will be disbursed only when the awardee has received
4. An updated CV.
5. Names and contact details of three referees.
6. Certified copies of First Degree and other relevant certificates.
7. MPhil research proposal of not more than 2 pages clearly outlining the background, objectives,
scope and methodology.
8. A work plan and a budget attached as separate sheets
 
The deadline for submission of applications is 5.00 p.m on Monday August 21, 2017, 2017.
Applications should be sent to:
Mrs. Afia Serwaa Attrams
College of Humanities
ENCAPEH-UG Project Office, University of Ghana, BOX LG 1173, Legon
Email: ENCAPEH-UG@ug.edu.gh Phone : 0204967921
 
The funding is subject to approval by the Board of Trustees of the Andrew Mellon Foundation

Download MPhil Fellowship Application Form

 

 

Call For Applications - PHD Fellowship Programme

Starting July 31, 2017 - Ending July 31, 2018
Background
The University of Ghana is to receive funding from the Andrew Mellon Foundation of New York to implement a project titled “Enhancing Capacity and Postgraduate Education in the Humanities at the University of Ghana” (ENCAPEH-UG) from the 2017-2018 academic year. The purpose of the project is to enhance University of Ghana’s capacity and post-graduate training in the Humanities.

 
The focus of the fellowship is on the following disciplines/units:
1. Languages (including English, Linguistics, French, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Kiswahili and
Russian);
2. Arts (including Philosophy and Classics, Archaeology and Heritage Studies, the Study of Religions
and History);
3. Performing Arts (including Dance, Music and Theatre Arts);
4. African Studies

 
Eligibility
An applicant for the PhD Fellowships must:
1. Hold an MPhil Degree in any of the disciplines listed above, or in a related field.
2. Have excellent academic credentials and demonstrate commitment to pursue an academic career.

 
Application Guidelines
Each applicant should submit the following:
1. A Completed Application Form. Forms can be downloaded using this link
2. An offer of admission from the Graduate School, University of Ghana, to pursue a PhD Degree.
3. An applicant without an offer of admission from the University of Ghana can still apply; however,
the award will be disbursed only when the awardee has received admission to University of Ghana.
4. An updated CV
5. Names and contact details of three referees.
6. Certified copies of First Degree and MPhil certificates.
7. PhD research proposal of not more than 3 pages clearly outlining the background, objectives, scope
and methodology.
8. A work plan and a budget attached as separate sheets.

 
The deadline for submission of applications is 5.00 p.m on Monday August 21, 2017
Applications should be sent to:
Mrs. Afia Serwaa Attrams
College of Humanities
ENCAPEH-UG Project Office, University of Ghana, BOX LG 1173, Legon
Email: ENCAPEH-UG@ug.edu.gh Phone: 0204967921
 
The funding is subject to approval by the Board of Trustees of the Andrew Mellon Foundation
 

Click To Download PHD Application Form

 

 

A.G. Leventis Foundation Fellowship Scheme for Students of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine

Starting July 26, 2017 - Ending July 26, 2018

The College of Basic and Applied Sciences (CBAS) announces the A.G. Leventis Foundation Scholarship for graduate students of the Schools of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine for the 2017/2018 academic year.

The scholarships are available for:

·         PhD training

·         MPhil training

The award is based on need and the number of applicants.

FUNDING LEVELS

Awards range from

·         $4,000 - $6,500 for PhD

·         $1,000 - $2,250 for MPhil

METHOD OF APPLICATION

Applicants must provide the following in the application:

·         Indicate their area(s) of specialization

·         Attach detailed or indicative research proposal with budget

·         Attach their current CV

·         Attach academic transcripts (undergraduate and postgraduate)

·         Declare other sources of funding available to them

Applications with supporting documents must be sent through the respective Heads of Departments to the College Secretary’s Office by Thursday, 14th September, 2017.

Staff members from the two Schools pursuing PhD and MPhil degrees are particularly encouraged to apply.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Training Workshop on Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer

Starting July 26, 2017 - Ending July 26, 2018

The Technology Development and Transfer Centre of the Office of Research, Innovation and Development is organising a three (3) day training workshop on Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer.

Details are as follows:

Date:     6th - 8th September 2017

Venue:  Conference Room, Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

Time:     9:00am - 4:00pm each day

Topics to be addressed include:

I.            Intellectual property rights

II.           Importance of patent information search for researchers

III.          Engaging industry on academic research and development projects

IV.          Research and development contracts and agreements

V.           Knowledge exchange and commercialisation

VI.          Technology transfer and commercialisation

VII.         Entrepreneurship

VIII.        Business plan fundamentals

IX.          Pitching of innovation/ technologies

 

Interested person should kindly access the link https://goo.gl/forms/oe8aq2DykFXzv5oi1 to register. For additional information please contact us on 0303930436 / IP Phone -2717 or via email at orid-tdtc@ug.edu.gh

 

 

Sports Directorate Holds Kids Summer School

Starting July 25, 2017 - Ending July 25, 2018

The Sports Directorate will commence a 7-week kids summer school from Tuesday, 25th July, 2017 to Friday, 1st September, 2017 at the University of Ghana Sports Directorate. This is the second year running after a splendid edition in 2017.

All Staff of UG are invited as a big discount awaits UG community.

Rationale

The rationale for the Sports Directorate Kids Summer School (SD-KSS) is to imbibe in the kids healthy living and promote swimming and Taekwondo sport skills at a tender age. The SD-KSS also affords the kids to distress and do some extracurricular activities entirely different from what they usually do in school or at home. The parents can still go on with their daily activities as if their kids were in school.

Sports Directorate Commitment to Healthy and Quality Life

The Sports Directorate through its programmes is very committed in providing quality services and building a culture of exercise and training to keep its clientele (across all ages) healthy and strong to contribute to the community and themselves.

Activities

The summer school for kids entails Swimming, Taekwondo, Cross Fit and Training Games. The programme starts at 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. The age category for the lessons is between 5 years and 15 years.

Preparation and Safety

Mr. Daniel Opare Okyere, Head of Fitness and Wellness Unit of the Sports Directorate, is happy about preparations so far, thanking management of the Sports Directorate and also upbeat of an improved summer school this year. He assures parents and guardians about the safety of their wards and entreats parents and guardians to enroll their wards this year to give the kids a different variety and spice to their vacations.

The cost of the program is highly subsidized for UG community members to make it affordable and increase mass participation by all.

 

Click here to view publicity flyer for the event

 

 

Live Streaming of July 2017 Congregation Ceremonies

Starting July 21, 2017 - Ending July 21, 2018

It is announced that the 2017 July Congregation Ceremonies will be streamed live on the University of Ghana YouTube channel and the University of Ghana website

Please click the links below to access the streams

 

Friday 21st July 2017 - Morning Session

                                    Afternoon Session

 

Saturday 22nd July 2017 - Morning Session

                                          Afternoon Session

 

 

 

 

Invitation to Participate in 3rd Ghana Renewable Energy Fair

Starting July 21, 2017 - Ending July 21, 2018

The Energy Commission announces for the information of the academic community the “3rd Ghana Renewable Energy Fair”.

Details are as follows:

Theme: Renewable Energy: An Engine for Distributed Wealth Creation

Date: 10th - 12th October, 2017

Venue:  Accra International Conference Centre (AICC)

Researchers interested in exhibiting technologies in renewable energy or other technologies should kindly contact the Technology Development and Transfer Centre of the Office of Research, Innovation and Development. You can reach as on telephone number 0303930436; IP Phone 2717 or via email at orid-tdtc@ug.edu.gh

 

 

Interview Schedule For Post-First Degree LL.B Candidates From July 31-August 3, 2017

Starting July 20, 2017 - Ending July 20, 2018

 

Date:   July 31-August 3, 2017

 

MONDAY MORNING (8:30A.M)

  

    GROUP A

  1. ABABIO BAABA
  2. ABDAL-SULLEYMAN HAFIZ
  3. ABDUL NASIR MUKTAR HEBAH
  4. ABDUL RAHMAN ABDUL RAUF
  5. ABDULAI ABDUL-GANNIYU
  6. ABUGRI PHEBE
  7. ABUGRI RITA SYDNEY
  8. ACHEAMPONG GLORIA
  9. ACHEAMPONG STEWART MENSAH
  10. ADADEVOH SELINAM AMENYO
  11. ADAMS FRANK ABEKU
  12. ADDO PEARL BAFFOUR
  13. ADEKURAH JUDITH
  14. ADIBU BERNARD OHENE

  GROUP B

  1. ADIKO PEARL SELORM
  2. ADJADI FECHIN ROBERT
  3. ADJEI MARLICK
  4. ADJEI OSCAR
  5. ADOFO LAMIKAI NAA
  6. ADOKOH HARRIET HANN
  7. ADU ANNA MINTAA
  8. ADU EUNICE ANIMWAA
  9. ADU KOFI TAWIAH
  10. ADZEI FRANCIS ANDERSON
  11. ADZORLOLO STEPHEN
  12. ADZOTOR KWASI SEMENYO
  13. AGBENYEGAH JUDITH ADZOYOO
  14. AGBEVADE SEDINAM AMA

 

MONDAY AFTERNOON (1:30 P.M)

  
   GROUP A
  1. AGUISSI FORTUNE EFUA
  2. AGYEMAN DUAH JUSTICE
  3. AGYENIM-BOATENG LAWRENCE
  4. AGYEPONG LOIS ADDO
  5. AHIADOME PEPERTUAL DZIDEFO
  6. AHMED FAROUTA FATIMA ZAHRA
  7. AIDOO DOREEN
  8. AKABUA ELSIE SEYRAM
  9. AKAKPO BENJAMIN
  10. AKOETEY DENNIS YAO
  11. AKORTIA EDNA
  12. AKPALOO PASCAL ELORM
  13. AKUTAM SELINA

 

   GROUP B
  1. AKYEA-BOBI NUKUNU
  2. ALHASSAN ABDUL WAHID
  3. AL-HASSAN HAMIDA
  4. AMANOR DAVIDSTON
  5. AMANOR KING GEORGE
  6. AMEDZE RAYMOND
  7. AMEMATE AMELIA
  8. AMENORHU FELIX YAO
  9. AMEYI MARIAN ELI
  10. AMPAH CLARA
  11. AMPAH EDNA NANA ADWOA
  12. AMPAH ELVIS OKYERE
  13. AMPONSAH DAVID NANA KWASI

 

TUESDAY MORNING (8:30 A.M)

  
   GROUP A
  1. ANKRAH NII OTENGKORANG
  2. ANKU MILLICENT SENA
  3. ANNAN BERLINDA NAA DEDEI
  4. ANNAN-PRA DEBORAH
  5. ANOMH MAAME ADJOA AFIYE
  6. ANORTEY LEONARD ISAAC
  7. ANSAH FRANK KWADWO
  8. ANSAH JOHN YAW
  9. ANSAH PAULINA OFEIBEA
  10. ANYOMI LOVEMARK ADZO
  11. APAU KWASI OPOKU
  12. APPIAH AUGUSTINE AKWASI
  13. APPIAH MICHAEL KWABENA
  14. APPIAH STELLA OSEI
    GROUP B
  1. APPIAH-ABOAGYE ALEXANDER
  2. ARMOOH JESSICA OWUSUA
  3. ARYEE AMANDA
  4. ASAFO-ADJEI JENNIFER
  5. ASAMOAH BENJAMIN
  6. ASAMOAH JUSTICE
  7. ASAMOAH SAMUEL
  8. ASAMPANA RUTH
  9. ASANTE ERNESTINA
  10. ASARE AGGREY FRANCIS
  11. ASARE LYDIA DEDO
  12. ASARE VIVIAN MONICA
  13. ASHIABI SENA
  14. ASHIE MICHAEL EDWARD

 

TUESDAY AFTERNOON (1:30P.M)

  
   GROUP A
  1. ASHKAR REEMA
  2. ASIAWO PHILIP KWABLAH
  3. ASSIFUAH MONICA ANNA
  4. ATTACHIE CYNTHIA SELASSIE
  5. AWERE MARGARET
  6. AWUAH ABIGAIL SAKAA
  7. AYAMDOO MATHEW AWINE
  8. AYAMGA LUKE ADONBIRE
  9. AYAMGA VICTOR
  10. AYARIGAH OSMAN ABDULAI
  11. AYISI MARIETTA ASABEA
  12. AZURE VICTOR NSOH
  13. BAAH KWAME
  GROUP B
  1. BAAH SEFIAMOR
  2. BADOMBIE GEORGINA
  3. BADOO JOAN HANSEN
  4. BADU JNR FRANKLIN
  5. BAFFUOR CLEMENT GYAWU
  6. BAMFO NANA AFUA BAMFOA
  7. BARFI JOYCE OWUSUA
  8. BART-PLANGE DEBORAH
  9. BERCHIE RAPHAEL KWADWO
  10. BOADI ATTAFUAH ROLAND
  11. BOAFOH SEKYIWAAH EUNICE
  12. BOAKYE ISAAC
  13. BOAKYE JEFFREY KWAKU
  

 

WEDNESDAY MORNING (8:30A.M)

  
    GROUP A
  1. BOATENG ABENA LORRAINE
  2. BOBRKUU DEERYKOG
  3. BOSSO-KING LAWSON
  4. BOTCHWAY WILLIAMS OFFEI
  5. BOYE JANET ADOLEY
  6. BRAKO AUGUSTINE
  7. BREMPONG-ANKU JENNIFER DZIEDZORM
  8. BUKARI ABDUL-KUDUS
  9. CAESAR KORKOR CLEMENTINA
  10. CHRISTINE EARIE YIELEH-CHIREH
  11. DADZIE MICHAELA
  12. DEBRA CHRISTIAN DZIGBORDI
  13. DEBRA JAMES MCKEOWN

14. DONKOR KWADWO BOAKYE

   GROUP B
  1. DOTSE HORLALI DOREEN
  2. DOTSE JAMES
  3. DUAH ISAAC KWABENA
  4. DUORINAAH JUVENTUS
  5. DZAH WORLANYO KWASI SOLOMON
  6. DZAMEFE EMMANUEL KAFUI
  7. DZIKPEHLO WISDOM
  8. EDITH VANESSA KHARTEY
  9. EDZII JULIANA ABOKUMA
  10. ELIASON ALBERT KWAW
  11. ENNIN GIDEON
  12. ENNINFUL ATO
  13. FIAGBENU EMMANUEL JAMES ATIEMO
  14. FIALOR PRINCE GILBERT

 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON(1:30 P.M)

  
    GROUP A
  1. FIANKO COMFORT
  2. FREDERICK APIA
  3. FUGAH GEORGETTE EMEFA
  4. GAWU JAMES MAWULI
  5. GBEILA ALIU WAHAB
  6. GHARTEY ELIZABETH DINA
  7. HANSEN-ADDY DAVIDA ANNE
  8. HINSON EMMANUELLA
  9. IBRAHIM HAFIZ-DEEN
  10. IDDRISU ADAM
  11. JENGRE ENOCH
  12. JORDOR JACQUES

13. KANYOKE IRENE

    GROUP B
  1. KENNY PAUL LAWER
  2. KISSIEDU SAMUEL
  3. KLAYSON JENNIFER YAYRA
  4. KODJOE LILLIAN TERRKO
  5. KUKAH ALEXANDE K. A.
  6. KUMI FLORA NAA KORDEI
  7. KYERAAH DOROTHY
  8. LATSEY WILLIAM KOFI
  9. LEDI DANIEL
  10. MARKWEI MERCY TSOTSOO
  11. MARTEY BERNICE NIKKI
  12. MAURO PAAKWESI SEIDU
  13. MBIBA DANIEL NTANAAH

 

THURSDAY MORNING (8:30A.M)

  
   GROUP A
  1. MENKA EUNICE YAWA
  2. MENSAH ELIZABETH BOAHEMAA
  3. MENSAH LENICE NAA TSHAKOR
  4. MINTAH SARAH
  5. MIREKU EDWARDTA AKUA BOAMAH
  6. NENEGBE IRENE AKU-SIKA
  7. NSAFUL ESI OWUBAA
  8. NTI FRANK KWAKU ANTWI
  9. NTIAMOAH BETTY
  10. NYALETEY YAWA NAYORM
  11. NYANTE MICHAEL DESMOND
  12. NYARKO GLORIA
  13. NYARKO SOLOMON

14. ODOI HORACE CLAUD ALLAN

   GROUP B
  1. OFORI NICHOLAS KWADZO
  2. OFORIWAA-ASEIDU ADWOA ATTAA
  3. OHENE HEPHZIBAH NAMAWU
  4. OKAI ATUKWEI
  5. OKAITEH VALERIE AWO-DEDE
  6. OKOAMPAH ABENA SAKYIBEA
  7. OKYERE DARKO CATHERINE
  8. ONWONA JANICE EFIA
  9. OPARE ALBERT
  10. OPOKU-BONSU ANGELA
  11. ORACCA-TETTEH LESLEY
  12. OSEI-OWUSU AMANDA
  13. OSEKRE EDWIN ADJETEY
  14. OSMAN SHAFIC

 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON (1:30 P.M)

  
     GROUP A
  1. OWIREDU-AIDOO EBO ASSIREDU
  2. OWUSU GODWIN SELASE
  3. OWUSU REGINA
  4. OWUSU-FRIMPONG MICHAEL
  5. OWUSU-PREMPEH BOAKYE AKUA
  6. PATTY MARYAM
  7. PEWU LINDA
  8. PLANCE RAPHAEL AN-NUNANG
  9. PLANGE MARGUERITA NAA TSAAKOR TAYLOR
  10. POKU ZELDA MARIA
  11. PRISCILLA HAGAN
  12. SAIBU BERNARD NAASARA
  13. SALIA MAAMA
  14. SALIA MILDRED SONGSORE
  GROUP B
  1. SALLEY KATUMI
  2. SAMLAFO EDEM YAO
  3. SARBAH KENNETH NII KWEI
  4. SARKODIE RICHMOND
  5. SERBEH-BOATENG JUDE
  6. SUMANI GIFTY HAJA
  7. TEI-KWAPONG PATRICIA
  8. TENU CHEERFUL
  9. TIA ROBERT SULE
  10. TORGBUI MICHAEL
  11. VITOH PRISCILLA AKUA
  12. WARAKA ANDREWS KWADZO ASIAM
  13. YEBOAH FELIX AKOSAH

 

Invitation to participate in the Eighth Sunyani Technical University Research Conference

Starting July 19, 2017 - Ending July 19, 2018

The Sunyani Technical University has the pleasure to invite the University community in the Eighth Research Conference of Sunyani Technical University as follows:

Date: From 23rd to 25th July, 2017

Theme: Conversion of Polytechnics into Technical Universities; a national approach towards job creation and accelerated  development.

Venue: University’s Conference Hall

 

All are cordially invited

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 International Conference on Public Administration (12th ICPA) & International Symposium on West African Studies (1st ISWAS)

Starting July 17, 2017 - Ending July 17, 2018

The University of Ghana in collaboration with the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), University of Cape Coast and University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC) invites Faculty and graduate students to submit research papers for the 2017 International Conference on Public Administration (ICPA) to be held between 14 and 17 November 2017 in Accra and Cape Coast. 

Paper Abstract Due:  July 31, 2017 

Full Paper Due:  August 31, 2017

Paper Acceptance Notification by: Before September 30, 2017 

Registration Fee (in USD):

2017 ICPA: Non-ASPA Member $250,  ASPA Member $200, Student $150

2017 ISWAS: Non-ASPA Member $200,  ASPA Member $150, Student $100

For submission of papers, visit

https://www.aconf.org/conf_94758.2017_International_Conference_on_Public_Administration_&_International_Symposium_onWest_African_Studies

Paper Authors/Submitters have their own options to attend either 2017 ICPA from November 14 to 16 at Accra or 2017 ISWAS on November 17 at Cape Coast or both with differentiated registration fees.

Dr. William Baah-Boateng

Coordinator

 

 

 

Novartis Leadership to visit University of Ghana

Starting July 17, 2017 - Ending July 17, 2018

Dr. Fareed Miraz (Head of Research, Novartis Foundation) and Dr. Ann Aerts (Head, Novartis Foundation) will visit University of Ghana as scheduled below:

Date: From 19 to 21 July, 2017

Time: 3:00 p.m.

Venue: School of Public Health Auditorium

Please click here for the detail:

 

 

 

 

 

Submission of 2016/2017 Performance Appraisal Forms for all Junior and Senior Staff

Starting July 12, 2017 - Ending July 12, 2018

Attention: Central Administration

Please click the link below for the details:

www.ug.edu.gh.hrodd/forms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IAU 2017 Conference

Starting July 11, 2017 - Ending July 11, 2018

The International Association of Universities 2017 Conference and Global Meeting of Associations come off as follows:

Theme: Leadership for a Changing Public Private Higher Education Funding Landscape

Date:    17 - 20 October, 2017

Venue: ISSER Conference Hall

 

 

 

University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) - Request for Expression of Interest

Starting July 4, 2017 - Ending July 4, 2018

The University of Ghana Medical Centre is seeking to outsource various categories of its services to service providers. 

Interested suppliers may visit the University of Ghana Medical Centre Website at www.ugmc.ug.edu.gh for details of the range of services being offered.

Closing date for the receipt of the applications shall be 5pm on Friday, 14th July, 2017

University of Ghana Medical Centre (UGMC) - Job Vacancies

Starting July 4, 2017 - Ending July 4, 2018

The University of Ghana Medical Centre, a unit of the University of Ghana, is seeking to recruit various categories of staff for its operations.

Interested applicants should visit the UGMC website www.ugmc.ug.edu.gh for on-line application forms.

Closing date for applications is Friday, 14th July, 2017.

Vice Chancellor's Occasional Lecture

Starting June 27, 2017 - Ending June 27, 2018

The University community is invited to the Vice Chancellor's Occasional Lecture as follows:

TopicAquaporin water channels: From atomic structure to malaria

Speaker: Prof. Peter Agre, MD Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Date: Tuesday, July 42017

Time: 4:00 pm

Venue: ISSER Conference Centre

Chairman: Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu

Abstract

The pathway by which water rapidly crosses cell membranes was explained by discovery of the aquaporin water channel proteins. AQP1 confers red cells and proximal renal tubules with high water permeability. Present in renal collecting duct, AQP2 is regulated by vasopressin to protect against dehydration. AQP0 is expressed in lens fiber cells, and mutations cause cataracts. Brain edema after head injury involves AQP4 in astroglia, and autoantibodies to AQP4 cause episodic blindness and paralysis. AQP5 allows release of sweat, tears, and saliva. Glycerol release by AQP7 in adipocytes and uptake by AQP9 in liver maintains blood glucose levels during starvation. Plants express multiple aquaporins in rootlets, stems, and leaves. Full virulence of malaria and other parasites is dependent upon aquaporins. Efforts in labs around the world are seeking to target aquaporins for drug discovery as well as well as development of drought resistant crops.

Profile

Prof. Agre joined the faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1981 and rose to the rank of Professor of Biological Chemistry and Professor of Medicine. Prof. Agre is presently Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, and since 2008 has served as Director of the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute at the Bloomberg School of Public Health. He oversees 20 faculty research groups in Baltimore as well as field activities in Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Dem Rep Congo.

In 2003, Prof. Agre shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for discovering aquaporins, a family of water channel proteins found throughout nature. Referred to as “the plumbing system for cells,” aquaporins are responsible for numerous physiological processes in humans and are implicated in multiple clinical disorders including malaria.

Prof. Agre is a member of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine for which he chaired the Committee on Human Rights. From 2009-2011, Prof. Agre served as President and chair of the Board of Advisors of the American Association for the Advancement of Science when he became active in science diplomacy. He continues to lead groups of US scientists to countries including North Korea, Myanmar, Iran, and Cuba.

Research/Scholarship Positions - ISSER

Starting June 27, 2017 - Ending June 27, 2018

The Institute for Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) of the University of Ghana, in collaboration with the Centre on Conflict, Development and Peace building (CCDP) of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies is pleased to invite self-motivated and promising persons to fill the following positions:  

POSITIONS:   

 a) Postdoctoral Researcher/Researcher - Law (50%)

 b) Postdoctoral Researcher/Researcher – Economics (50%)

 c) PhD Research Position – Economics (100%)

 d) PhD Research Position/Research Masters – Law (100%)

for the project entitled “Curbing Illicit Financial Flows from Resource-rich Developing Countries: Improving Natural Resource Governance to Finance the SDGs”, funded by the Swiss Programme for Research on Global Issues for Development (r4d programme), a joint initiative of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).

Application Deadline: June 30, 2017

Start date: 1 September 2017  

POSTDOC/RESEARCHER - LAW

Tasks and responsibilities:

  •  Work closely with Elisabeth Bürgi and the law post-doc position at the University of Bern on the legal aspects pertaining to the study of illicit financial flows, including (but not limited to):
  •  The structure of the Ghanaian tax regime in general, the collection of data on tax payments and tariffs, and an analysis of tax regulations on different levels of governance (and related to  both direct and indirect taxes); and
  •  The study of institutional practices to deal with trade and transfer mispricing, including issues of data exchange, engagement with international organisations and initiatives (such as social    corporate responsibility policy and human rights-related tax jurisdiction).
  • Make inputs into the organisation of meetings, conferences and other project outputs; 
  • Contribute to the publication of academic papers, policy briefs and training materials, including co-authored deliverables with other r4d team members; and
  • Collaborate, under the guidance of Fred Dzanku in Accra and Gilles Carbonnier in Geneva, with the entire international project team on all research-related tasks necessary for the           successful implementation of this project.

 Requirements

  • PhD in Law (including a track record in jurisprudence and preferably also tax law);
  • Excellent English-language writing, drafting, and communication skills;
  • A proven interest/expertise in the field of natural resource governance, commodity trade, development finance or other fields related to the research project;
  • Strong organization, coordination and communication skills; and
  • Ability to work under time pressure, meet multiple deadlines, and work both autonomously and in a participatory manner within an interdisciplinary team.

B) POSTDOC/RESEARCHER - ECONOMICS

Tasks and responsibilities:

  • Take the lead in desk research and expert interviews, data compilation, dataset construction and quantitative analysis to ascertain the volume of commodity trade-related IFFs based on solid data and methods;
  • Contribute to the development of a trade-related IFFs database;
  • Make inputs into organisation of meetings, conferences and other project outputs; 
  • Contribute to the publication of academic papers, policy briefs and training materials, including co-authored deliverables with other r4d team members; and
  • Collaborate, under the guidance of Fred Dzanku in Accra and Gilles Carbonnier in Geneva, with the entire international project team on all research-related tasks necessary for the successful implementation of this project.

Requirements

  • PhD in Economics or related programme;
  • Excellent English-language writing, drafting, and communication skills;
  • Proven interest/expertise in the field of natural resource governance, commodity trade, development finance or other fields related to the research project;
  • Experience with the compilation and management of large datasets (command of relevant software packages);
  • Strong organization, coordination and communication skills; and
  • Ability to work under time pressure, meet multiple deadlines, and work both autonomously and in a participatory manner within an interdisciplinary team.

C) PHD RESEARCH POSITION/SCHOLARSHIP – ECONOMICS

Requirements

  1. Applicants should be a PhD student in Economics or related programmes.
  2. Should have completed their PhD Comprehensive Examinations and confirmed as a PhD candidate in an area relevant to the project. Fresh PhD applicants who demonstrate extra competence with relevant materials may apply.
  3. Strong quantitative analysis background will be an advantage.
  4. Knowledge and experience in the project area.

D) PHD RESEARCH POSITION/RESEARCH MASTERS – LAW (100%)

Requirements

  1. Applicants should either be pursuing a PhD or gained admission to a Master in Philosophy in Law or related programmes.
  2. PhD student applicants should have completed their Comprehensive Examinations and confirmed as a PhD candidate in an area relevant to the project. Fresh PhD applicants who demonstrate extra competence with relevant materials may apply.
  3. Knowledge and experience in the project area.
  4. Strong grasp of the regulatory environment pertinent to the project.

HOW TO APPLY

Interested persons should send a one-page letter of motivation and curriculum vitae via email to the following addresses ablay-abiti@ug.edu.gh/fdzanku@gmail.com. The subject for your application should be that of the position you are applying. For example “Postdoc/Researcher – Economics”.

Call for Papers: The African Journal of Technical Education and Management

Starting June 21, 2017 - Ending June 21, 2018

The African Journal of Technical Education and Management (AJTEM) is an International Peer-reviewed Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Journal of Ho Technical University (HTU), Ghana.

The Journal aims to advance scholarship in the areas of Science and Engineering, Technology, Applied Sciences, Business and Management Studies and the Arts.  It presents a forum for reporting high-quality, original and empirical research that contributes to the body of knowledge and publishes research findings with range from theoretical, conceptual and methodological framework to other national and international policy-oriented works.  Manuscripts from academics and practitioners presenting original and current research results in the areas of Science, Engineering and Technology are accepted for publication. 

We wish to invite authors to submit full papers for consideration and publication in the AJTEM.

 

Please click here for more details:

 

 

 

Cocoa Products Processing competition - Department of Nutrition and Food Science

Starting June 21, 2017 - Ending June 21, 2018

The Department of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Ghana, in collaboration with Ghana Cocoa Board is organising a Cocoa Products Processing competition as follows:

Date:  Friday, September 22, 2017

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Venue: University of Ghana, Legon

 

 

 

 

 

A Six-Weeks I.T. Professional Certificate Short Courses

Starting June 16, 2017 - Ending June 16, 2018

The University community is hereby informed that the Department of Computer Science is organizing a six-week, regular, evening and week-end I.T. programmes on various courses from 3rd, July, 2017.  Please note that closing date for registration is Saturday, 1st July, 2017.

To select the programme of your choice

Please click here for more details:

Strategies for Sustainable Energy Transitions in Urban Sub-Saharan Africa - SETUSA 2017

Starting June 14, 2017 - Ending June 14, 2018

SETUSA 2017, International Research Conference on the theme "Strategies for Sustainable Energy in Urban Sub-Saharan Africa"

Date: Monday, June 19, 2017

Venue: ISSER Conference Auditorium

Keynote Speaker: Prof. Daniel Kebera Irurah, University of Witwatersrand

Chairman: Prof. Samuel Agyei-Mensah, Provost, College of Humanities, University of Ghana

 

http://setusa.isser.edu.gh/

Announcement from University Hospital, Legon

Starting June 9, 2017 - Ending June 9, 2018

Ghana Association of Quasi Health Institutions (GAQHI) in collaboration with the University of Ghana Health Services presents Patient Safety.

Topics:

  1. Defining patient safety and burden of unsafe care
  2. Understanding how things go wrong
  3. Patient safety culture
  4. Practice of Patient Safety
  5. Patient safety goals
  6. Involving patients and care-givers in patient safety

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Points:

Two (2)

Fees: ¢ 100.00

Target

All caliber of Health workers, interns and students

Date:

4th July, 2017

Time

9:00am-3:30pm

Venue

Public Health Conference Room, University of Ghana Hospital, Legon

RSVP Contact: +233 267 893 219

Register here to register.

 

 

GHANA-KOREA INFORMATION ACCESS CENTRE (IAC) Facilities for IT Training, Conferences, Seminars and Workshops

Starting June 2, 2017 - Ending June 2, 2018

GHANA-KOREA INFORMATION ACCESS CENTRE (IAC)

Facilities for IT Training, Conferences, Seminars and Workshops

This is to announce to the University Community that, the Ghana-Korea Information Access Center (IAC) at the University of Ghana, has facilities for IT Training, Conferences, Workshops, Meetings, Video Conferencing and Webinars.  The Internet Lounge within the facility is also dedicated to Information Retrieval and Research.

Located at the West Wing of the Balme Library, the Centre is a modern multi-functional facility which consists of an Internet Lounge, IT Training Lab., Seminar Rooms, Meeting Rooms and an Administrative Office. It is equipped with computers, LCD projectors, printers, video conference equipment and Public-Address Systems among others.

Further enquiries:

a.      Online reservation of the facility: http://libcal.ug.edu.gh/booking/iac

b.      Telephone - 0302 213820 Ext 7277, 7278, 7911 and 3513

c.       E-mail – iacgh@ug.edu.gh

 

Social Media

a.      https://twitter.com/IACGhana          

b.      https://www.facebook.com/iacghana/

c.       https://www.linkedin.com/company/ghana-korea-information-access-center

 

 

International Research Funding, Early-Career Faculty and Graduate Students Interested in Maternal Health Literacy

Starting May 31, 2017 - Ending May 31, 2018

 

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH FUNDING

EARLY-CAREER FACULTY AND GRADUATE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN MATERNAL HEALTH LITERACY

 

WHAT:

As part of the WorldWide Universities Network-funded grant entitled, MPower: Empowering Mothers for Health, The University of Massachusetts Amherst, in collaboration with the Universities of Ghana, Sheffield (UK), Sydney (Australia), and Washington State are offering small competitive research awards to support/supplement relevant research or attend a health literacy conference and meet with research faculty. Support will be provided as direct purchasing of airfare, accommodations, conference registration, or approved research expenses. We anticipate each award to be approximately £1,000 (~ $1,290.00 USD).

 

WHY:

To encourage research in the area of maternal health literacy (MHL). We feel strongly that ongoing and direct involvement of students and junior researchers interested in MHL research will further enhance sustainability and creativity in the field. These small grants are intended to defray research costs or provide seed money to encourage personal and academic development of early career researchers and to equip them with the skills needed for future success. The goal is to allow young scholars to advance their knowledge base within the field of maternal health literacy, establish new contacts and mentors, and/or enhance their graduate work through the experience gained in other research cultures.

 

WHO:

Four awards will be made – one each to a junior faculty member or student from each country/continent.

 

HOW:

Interested individuals should submit materials to their university’s Developmental Liaison.

University of Ghana – Dr. Amos Laar [alaar@ug.edu.gh]

University of Sheffield – Dr. Julie Balan [j.balen@sheffield.ac.uk] ]/Dr. Robert Akparibo [r.akparibo@sheffield.ac.uk]

University of Sydney – Ms. Danielle Muscat [dmus5397@uni.sydney.edu.au

University of Massachusetts/University of Washington – Dr. Elena Carbone [ecarbone@nutrition.umass.edu]

 

WHEN:

All applications must be received by June 15, 2017

Approximate start date: July 1, 2017

Approximate end date: November 30, 2017

 

SUBMISSION MATERIALS:

1-page statement describing how the award will be used and proposed outcomes (e.g., peer-reviewed commentary or short review, supplement to existing MHL research, conference attendance)

Current CV

Unofficial transcript (students only)

 

SELECTION CRITERIA:

Academic merit (students)

Research potential – quality, relevance and feasibility of research proposal and proposed outcomes

Financial need – other sources of funding, funding attempts, how the money will be used

Qualifications – current graduate or professional degree student or early career faculty.

 

 

 

2017 African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) Conference - Call for Papers and Panels

Starting May 30, 2017 - Ending May 30, 2018

 

The African Studies Association of Africa (ASAA) and the Institute of African Studies (College of Humanities, University of Ghana) are co-hosting the 2017 ASAA conference on the theme African Studies and Global Politics.

The conference will provide a platform for intellectuals, academics, and practitioners—to collaborate with ASAA to engage in an important undertaking about the global African condition, the quality of life of Africans on the continent and the African Diaspora, and the effects of global socio-politics on Africa and African people around the world.

The conference will also provide opportunities to attend pre-conference workshops and view films by award-winning African film makers. Well-respected African keynote speakers are expected and the conference will climax with a banquet presenting the best of West African cuisine and live music.

You are invited to submit proposals for individual paper presentations and panels under the following sub-themes, but not limited to them:

  • African Agency in International Relations
  • Democratic Consolidation and Discourses of Development
  • Global Terrorism, Counter-terrorism and African Lives
  • Cyber security, fake news and Prospects for Indigenous African Democracies
  • The movement of African peoples and Citizenship(s)
  • Refugee Crises in War-torn Regions
  • Social Movements, Social Media and Talking Back
  • International Cooperation and the Challenges of Pandemic Diseases
  • Pan-Africanism, African Unity and the African Union
  • The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and Africa’s Agenda 2063
  • New Right-wing movements and Racism in Europe, America and Asia
  • Africans in the Trump Era
  • Debt, Reparations, Aid and Trade
  • Contemporary Religious Movements
  • Health, Vulnerabilities and Healing
  • The Paris Agreement, Climate Change, Droughts and the Environment
  • Humanitarianism and the White Saviour Complex
  • A Sexuality Agenda: Rights, Rhetoric and Citizenship
  • Neo-conservatism and Women’s Leadership
  • Decolonizing Intellectualism and Educational Movements.
  • Internationalising Education; Impact Factors, the “Africa Campus” and Knowledge Systems
  • Music, Dance and Film: Revivals and Appropriations
  • Institutional and Non-Institutional Approaches to Conflict Resolution and Peace Building
  • Politicising debates on Women and Gender

Individual Paper Proposals

Abstracts should be no more than 250 words, and include Name, Email address and affiliation of author(s), Title of the proposed paper, Main arguments, Data and methodology and major findings if applicable.

Panel Proposals

The panel proposal should identify the sub-theme and include Panel title, Names/email addresses and institutional affiliations of the participants (no more than 5), abstracts of no more than 250 words for each participant and the name, email address and institutional affiliation of a discussant if applicable.

Important Dates

Abstract submission deadline: June 30, 2017

Notification of Acceptance: July 14, 2017

 

Visit the link below for further information.

http://as-aa.org/index.php/asaa-2017-conference/call-for-papers-posters-and-panels

Contact

For further enquiries kindly send an email to info@as-aa.org or asaaconference@gmail.com

 

 

 

Course Announcement - Introductory Training on Food Safety Risk Assessment

Starting May 30, 2017 - Ending May 30, 2018

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

OFFICE OF RESEARCH, INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT (ORID)

Building Stronger Universities in Developing Countries Phase II (BSU II)

 

FACULTY COURSE

12TH – 13TH JUNE 2017

APPLICATION DEADLINE: 7TH JUNE 2017

 

INTRODUCTORY TRAINING ON FOOD SAFETY RISK ASSESSMENT

 

BACKGROUND

Food safety research has traditionally focused on determining the occurrence of hazards in foods and formulating methods/actions to prevent them. However, contemporary approaches require adoption of the risk assessment methodology, which relies on thorough evaluations on the nature of particular food-hazard combinations to make scientific predictions on the likelihoods of their adverse health effects on consumers. This helps to focus policies and strategies aimed at protecting public health as far as food safety is concerned.  It is also a requirement in fair international food trade that both exporting and importing countries provide scientific evidence of risk assessments to support claims on the wholesomeness or otherwise of produce. Capacity building in the field of risk assessment is therefore imperative.

 

OBJECTIVE

This workshop seeks to equip participants with basic knowledge on food safety risk assessment. At the end of the training, it is envisaged that participants will be equipped to:

·         differentiate between food safety hazards and food safety risks

·         understand the concept of risk assessment

·         appreciate the role of risk assessment in public health protection and international food trade

·         apply knowledge to plan and write risk profiles

 

Date: 12th – 13th June 2017

Time: 8.30am – 2.00pm

Venue: Ghana-Korea Information Access Centre, Balme Library

 

Click this link to register: https://goo.gl/forms/xYN58a98glGH6NKk1

 

COURSE FACILITATORS

Dr. Mawuli Dzodzomenyo,                         School of Public Health, University of Ghana

Prof. Firibu K. Saalia,                                 Department of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Ghana

Prof. Esther Sakyi-Dawson,                        Department of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Ghana

Prof. Kwaku Tano-Debrah,                         Department of Nutrition and Food Science, University of Ghana

Mr. Kofi Essel/ Mr. Ernest Odame Darkwa, Ghana Food and Drugs Authority

Mr. Kennedy Bomfeh,                                University of Ghana

  

COURSE COORDINATOR

Dr. Mawuli Dzodzomenyo, School of Public Health, University of Ghana

 

DELIVERY METHODS

·         Participants will be expected to be actively involved in discussions on the food safety situation in Ghana

·         The conceptual part of the course itemized in the outline will be delivered using the normal didactic methods i.e. lecturing by an instructor

·         Case studies will be discussed

 

Programme

Day

Time

Topic

Facilitator

DAY 1

8.30am - 8.45am

Registration

 

 

 

 

 

 

8.45am -9.00am

Opening remarks and declaration of training objective

Prof. Esther Sakyi-Dawson

9.00am -10.00am

Overview of the food safety situation in Ghana

Mr. Kofi Essel / Mr. Odame Darkwa (Food and Drugs Authority)

10.00am-10.30am

SNACK BREAK

 

10.30am-11.30am

Selected food safety research in Ghana

Prof. Kwaku Tano-Debrah

11.30am-12.30pm

Food surveillance and Public Health

Dr. Mawuli Dzodzomenyo

12.30pm – 2.00pm

Risk-based approach to food safety research & Introduction to the Risk Analysis Framework

 

Kennedy Bomfeh

Introduction to the Principles of Risk Assessment

Risk Profile vs. Risk Assessment

2.00pm

                                      LUNCH BREAK/CLOSE

DAY 2

8.30am - 8.45am

Registration

 

 

 

 

8.45am -10.00am

Overview of Microbiological Risk Assessment (MRA)

 

Kennedy Bomfeh

10.00am -11.00am

Case study of MRA in Ghana

11.00am-11.30am

                                     SNACK BREAK

11.30am-12.30Pm

Overview of Chemical Risk Assessment

Prof. F. K. Saalia

12.30am -1.30pm

Case study of CRA in Ghana

Kennedy Bomfeh

1.30pm – 2.00pm

Course evaluation, Way Forward & Closing Remarks

Dr. Mawuli Dzodzomenyo

 

                                     LUNCH/CLOSE

 

Ghana Science Association - 30th Biennial Conference

Starting May 26, 2017 - Ending May 26, 2018

 

The 30th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association (GSA) will be held in collaboration with other stakeholders as follows:

Date: Monday 24th July - Thursday 27th July 2017

Venue Koforidua Technical University, Koforidua

 

Please click here for more details

 

 

Special Computer Training Programme For SHS & JHS Leavers

Starting May 24, 2017 - Ending May 24, 2018

The School of Continuing and Distance Education (SCDE) and University of Ghana Computing Systems (UGCS) in partnership with SmartThink are organising an intensive 6 - week IT course for SHS & JHS leavers to empower them with requisite skills for a future rewarding career.

 

Course Outline

Computer Basics

Internet & Email Skills

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Excel

Microsoft PowerPoint

 

Target Audience

 

  • SHS & JHS leavers

 

Fees:  GH¢ 250

Training Commences in June 2017

Venue:  UGCS Legon Campus, Accra

Time:  9.00 am – 11.30 am  &  12.00 noon – 2.30 pm

 

A lifetime of benefits

Participants will:

 

• Demonstrate their skills on the latest technologies

• Have a firm measure and increased confidence in their skills

• Achieve a greater degree of success in their pursuit of higher education or a career

• Gain recognition among peers and employers, and a distinct edge in the competitive job market

• Chart a career development path for ongoing Microsoft skills

How to Apply

Click on the Link below to register

https://goo.gl/IHjR3n

 

For more details, please call

University of Ghana Computing Systems (UGCS), Legon:    0208173133/0501451637/0276076257

Email: ugcs-training@ug.edu.gh

Call for Abstracts – International Conference on Migration, Development and Security

Starting May 23, 2017 - Ending May 23, 2018

The Centre for Migration Studies of the University of Ghana, as part of its 10th Anniversary, is organizing an international conference on the theme Migration, Development and Security. The conference will provide a platform for researchers and policy makers to discuss the topical issues on migration, development and security.

You are invited to submit an abstract of not more than 200 words to cmsconference2017@ug.edu.gh by 30th June, 2017. Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by July 10, 2017.

Abstracts must contain the following information: Title of Paper, Name, Institution, Telephone and Email Address of the author(s).

 

Conference Fees

Participation is free, however, participants who want conference materials and lunch are expected to pay the following fees:

 

Category

Amount

Local students (Ghanaian)

GH ¢50

Local Participants (Faculty and all others)

GH ¢100

International Participants (Students)

$50 (USD)

International Participants (Non-Students)

$100 (USD)

 

 

Kindly click here for further details.

 

 

 

 

 

Call For Abstracts - Ghana Neuroscience Symposium 2017

Starting May 15, 2017 - Ending May 15, 2018

BACKGROUND

The Ghana Neuroscience Symposium 2017 is being organised to build a sustainable local and global network of neuroscientists in Ghana, Africa and the world as a whole. This conference will be a two-day programme and hosted by the School of Pharmacy, University of Ghana. The organising team are neuroscientists from the University of Ghana, KNUST, and University of Warwick, UK. This year’s conference presents exciting activities such as symposium workshops, adoption of the constitution of the Ghana Neuroscience Society and the election of its executive members. Renowned plenary speakers have been invited. Researchers and post graduate students with interest in neuroscience would be given opportunity to present their research findings at this symposium. Basic and clinical neuroscience researchers and specialists, as well as post graduate and undergraduate students with interest in neuroscience research would be given an opportunity to present their research findings at this symposium. It will also be an avenue for interaction between pharmaceutical companies with neuroscience interests and neuroscientists. Prominent and renowned basic and clinical neuroscientists will be present at this gathering. We are therefore inviting papers under the following categories:

·         neuropharmacology, neuro-anatomy, neurophysiology, clinical neuroscience, psychology, psychiatry, neurology, neurosurgery and neuroscience-related disciplines.

Instructions for submitting an Abstract

·         Submit an abstract with not more than 250 words to gns@ug.edu.gh latest by June 30, 2017. Abstracts must contain the following information: Title, Name(s), Department(s), Institution(s) and email address(s) of the corresponding author. Authors should also indicate whether a submission is for oral or poster presentation. Main Abstract body should be under the following headings: Background, Methodology, Results and Conclusion

·         SUMMARY of important dates

o    June 30, 2017: Deadline for submitting abstracts

o    July 15, 2017: Authors are notified of abstract acceptance

Participation fees:

·         Early Bird Registration and Payment: 20% discount (deadline July 15, 2017)

·         Members: GHS 100

·         Non-members: GHS 150

·         Students: GHS 50.00

·         Foreign Participants: $ 100

Further Enquiries: Participants should email gns@ug.edu.gh for registration by providing their names, institutions, departments and email addresses. Payment should be made before or on arrival. Payment details will be provided upon request. All enquiries should be directed to the same email address or call (+233) 20 744 5306 / 56 132 7783

 

 

Short Courses - School of Languages

Starting May 15, 2017 - Ending May 15, 2018
The University community and the general public is informed of Short Courses being organized by the School of Languages.

Participants will be trained in areas such as; Speaking skills, Minutes taking and Agenda writing, Business writing and Presentation skills.

 

 

Please click here for fuller details

 

 

 

School of Public Health - Competency Based Short Course

Starting May 15, 2017 - Ending May 15, 2018

The school of Public Health announces for the information of the University community and the general public  of a competency based short course on Emergency preparedness and management.

Please click here for the course brochure

Please click here for the application form

 

 

University of Ghana School of Public Health Training Programme on Emerging Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis Using NVIVO QRS

Starting May 12, 2017 - Ending May 12, 2018

University of Ghana

School of Public Health

Emerging Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis Using NVIVO QRS

The University of Ghana School of Public Health, Legon is organising a 4-day training programme in Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis from the 26th - 29th of June 2017

 

Please click here for fuller details

Please click here for the application form 

 

 

Call For Papers - Kumasi Technical University - 4th International Conference On Applied Sciences And Technology (ICAST 2017)

Starting May 11, 2017 - Ending May 11, 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS

Kumasi Technical University

Presents

4th International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology (ICAST 2017)

 

Theme:

Sustainable Development Through the Application of Science and Technology

Thematic Areas: Agriculture/Food Science; Business, Management and Administration; Climate change & the environment, Creative and Applied Arts; Computer Science Technology; Economics/Statistics; Engineering; Science and Technical Education; Health/ Natural Sciences; Hospitality and Tourism; Housing and Waste Management; and Socio-Cultural Studies.

 

Papers Should Be Presented as Follows:

*Call for Papers – 20th March 2017

*Deadline for submission of Full Papers – 30th May, 2017

*Notice of acceptance of Full Papers – 30th June, 2017

*Deadline for submission of Revised Papers – 31st July, 2017

*Submission of PowerPoint Presentation – 31st August, 2017

 

Conference

4th - 6th October 2017

The New Great Hall KSTU Campus, Kumasi

9:00 am each day

For Further Enquiries and Submission

Cell : 0269614400 / 0206309539

Email : icast0814@gmail.com

Website : http://icast.kstu.edu.gh

 

 

 

 

Admission into the (UGSMD /GMU) Transnational Medical Programme 2017/2018 Academic Programme

Starting May 8, 2017 - Ending May 8, 2018

The University of Ghana School of Medicine & Dentistry (UGSMD) and Gulf Medical University (GMU) in UAE are inviting applications from qualified applicants for admission into the Special Medical Programme of UGSMD and GMU for the 2017/2018 academic year leading to the award of MB ChB degree (UG).

Entry Requirements

  • Applicants should have good qualifications in IB, GCE A' levels, and WASSCE/SSSCE examinations or an equivalent examination.
  • Applicants would be required to study for the Associate Degree in Preclinical Sciences Programme (ADPCS) at Gulf Medical University - U.A.E. All credits acquired at the Gulf Medical University - U.A.E will be transferred to the MB ChB programme at UGSMD - Ghana and continue with the Clinical Courses in Accra, University of Ghana (UG) at the School of Medicine and Dentistry (SMD) and upon successful completion of the courses/ credits at UGSMD - Ghana be awarded the MB ChB degree by virtue of an articulation agreement between both institutions.

Nature of Program and Duration

The Transnational Medicine Programme is a Six (6) Year Medical Programme leading to the award of MB ChB degree, UG. The Programme will begin in September 2017 and the first batch of students is expected to graduate in 2023.

Entry Requirements

This Programme is especially targeted at:

  1. Candidates who qualify for admission locally in Ghana but are unable to secure placements and want to therefore travel abroad to study Medicine in a reputable collaborating university.
  2. Foreign candidates in the sub region and globally who want to study Medicine and graduate with MB ChB degree from UGSMD - Ghana.

Mode of Application

Applicants are required to apply online by visiting Gulf Medical University (GMU) website or University of Ghana School of Medicine & Dentistry (UGSMD) website and follow corresponding links to GMU/UGSMD.

Application Deadlines

Applicants for the Transnational Medicine Programme must apply on or before 31 July 2017. Admissions will be given on a first-come basis.

UG Programmes/Admission Requirements

Office of the Admissions

Gulf Medical University

P.O. Box: 4184 - Ajman,

United Arab Emirates.

Email: admissions@gmu.ac.ae

Online Applications Gulf Medical University Website: www.gmu.ac.ae

Phone: +971 6 7431333, Arabic Ext: 1443, English Ext: 1252, 1354

Fax: +971 6 7431222

For further information, please contact the GEMP Secretariat (Adjacent to Reproductive Health/ Maternity Block), Korle Bu or School of Medicine & Dentistry Administration Block, Academic Affairs Office (Room 23), Korle Bu.

Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

+233302-666987/8 Ext 123

+233302-661446

Email: academic.smd@ug.edu.gh or gempsmd@ug.edu.gh

Short Courses on Social Protection, Targeting & Qualitative Research

Starting May 5, 2017 - Ending May 5, 2018

 

 

Launch of Book by Dr. Caesar A. Atuire

Starting May 4, 2017 - Ending May 4, 2018

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research - 2017 Research Conference

Starting May 3, 2017 - Ending May 3, 2018

 

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

2017 Research Conference 

Theme: Postdoctoral Fellowships and the Control of Infectious Diseases of Poverty in Africa

Date: 4-6 May 2017

Time: 9: 00 am

Venue: Noguchi Conference Facility

 

 

 

Institute Of Statistical, Social And Economic Research (ISSER) - Short Course Announcement

Starting April 28, 2017 - Ending April 28, 2018

 

The Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) of the University of Ghana, Legon is organizing four short courses for policy makers, analysts, programme implementers, consultants, Central Government, Ministries, District Assemblies, NGOs, social services groups, researchers and students, etc.

The courses aim to equip participants with useable operational skills, methods and techniques that are relevant to solving development problems in Ghana.

 

Please click here for more details

 

 

Short Course In Effective Management Of Health Training And Science Related Institutions

Starting April 25, 2017 - Ending April 25, 2018

A team of experienced Administrators, Lecturers and Professors from various fields of Universities in Ghana is organizing a Short Course for Health Training and Science Related Institutions in Ghana and other countries south of the Sahara.

Whereas it is very necessary to upgrade one’s knowledge by enrolling for masters or PhD programmes, it is also important to know that creativity, technological advancement and expert knowledge are changing in a fast and aggressive manner. Organisations that want to keep pace with such advancements have no option than to rely on important short intermittent courses that would fill the niche to make them competitive.

Lecturers, Administrators, Finance Officers, Academic Heads of Department, Deans have no option than to be on top of such rapid changes in order to be able to impact the required knowledge at any particular time. Besides, this short course would provide concentrated study experience that will make an important difference in the academic and professional life of the participants. In fact, no course of study can readily offer the wide range of programmes lined for the course. It cuts across several disciplines ranging from sociology, psychology, leadership, human resource, research ethics, curriculum development etc.

The specific areas of training include: -

1)      Leadership in Health Training and Science Related Institutions

2)      Research Ethics in Health Training and Science Related Institutions

3)      Effective Records Management

4)      Proposal writing in Health Training and Science Related Institutions

5)      Fundraising and Resource Mobilization

6)      Motivation as a management tool in Health Training and Science Related Institutions

7)      Curriculum Development in Health Training and Science Related Institutions

8)      Managing strategically. A focus on universities, colleges and schools

9)      Effective Total Quality Management in Health Training and Science Related Institutions

 

Target

Lecturers, Administrators, Finance Officers, Academic Heads of Department, Deans, etc.

 

Cost and Venue

The short course which is non-residential and being organized on the Korle-Bu campus of the University of Ghana is partly sponsored. Participants from outside the University of Ghana will pay GHC600.00, while staff of the University or those affiliated to the University of Ghana will pay GHC400.00. The fee schedules for both outside institutions and University of Ghana staff are subsidized.

 

This Short Course for Health Training and Science Related Institutions is scheduled to commence on Wednesday, 31ST May 2017 to Friday, 2nd June 2017. You may download an application form or pick one from room 26, College of Health Sciences, Korle-Bu. Completed application forms are to be submitted in person or via email to epoku-sarkodie@ug.edu.gh or novindus257@gmail.com not later than 20th May, 2017. For further inquiries, contact the following numbers 0266222063/0244677382/0245107315/0302-665103/4 or download the brochure.

 

Mode of payment

Prospective applicants can pay in cash at the College of Health Sciences Accounts office or write cheque in the name of College of Health Sciences.

 

This advertisement is sponsored by Forms Capital Limited, Databank Ghana Limited and Agricultural Development Bank.

 

Experimental Genetics Malaria Course - WACCBIP

Starting April 25, 2017 - Ending April 25, 2018

Sanger Institute, UK & WACCBIP Presents:

A Five (5) Day African Regional Workshop on Genetic Manipulation of Malaria Parasites

Date: April 30 – May 6, 2017

Venue: Department Of Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology, College Of Basic and Applied Sciences, University of Ghana, Legon

 

Please click here for the publicity banner

 

 

Celebration of 2017 Intellectual Property Day

Starting April 25, 2017 - Ending April 25, 2018

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development, cordially invites the University Community to an event to commemorate the 2017 Intellectual Property Day being organised in collaboration with the Registrar Generals’ Department and the Copyright Office.

Details of the event are as follows;

Theme:                                 “Innovation -Improving Lives”

Date:                                     Wednesday, 26th April, 2017

Time:                                     8:30 am

Venue:                                  Coconut Groove Regency Hotel, Ayensu Hall, Accra

Guest Speaker:                 Madam Gloria Akuffo; Attorney -General

 

There will be a launch of a Technology Competition for students at this event.

Department of Earth Science - Seminar by Prof. Axel Hofmann

Starting April 24, 2017 - Ending April 24, 2018
Members of the University community are hereby cordially invited to a Seminar being organized by the Department of Earth Science (School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences, College of Basic & Applied Sciences) on the topic:
 
Early Earth Life and Mineral Systems
 
 
Presenter: Professor Axel Hofmann (University of Johannesburg)
 
Date: 26th -  28th April, 2017
Venue: Department of Earth Science (LTR1)
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.
 
 
All are cordially invited
 
 
Coordinator: Dr. Isaac A. Oppong
 

 

Profile

Axel Hofmann is an Associate Professor at the Department of Geology of the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. He holds a doctorate from the University of Mainz in Germany and has worked as a researcher and lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe in Harare, Wits University in Johannesburg and the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban. His main interest and expertise is centred on the Archaean geological record of southern Africa. His research emphasizes the importance of field work and the usage of an integrated suite of petrological and geochemical tools in order to decipher the geological history of Archaean volcano-sedimentary successions. Research is undertaken at the interface between geology, geochemistry and geobiology, utilizing analytical equipment for in-situ trace element geochemistry, geochronology and (non-traditional) stable isotope geochemistry at the micro- and nano-scale, for the understanding of Archaean surface processes, early life and sediment-hosted mineral deposits. 

 

 

School of Arts International Conference on The Arts in the Post Modern Academy and Society

Starting April 24, 2017 - Ending April 24, 2018

 

The School of Arts, University of Ghana, invites the University community to its maiden conference under the theme “The Arts in the Post-modern Academy and Society.”

The conference is aimed at discussing and debating the place and value of the Arts, and its methodological approaches in the post-modern academy and society.

The keynote address will be delivered by Prof. Ciraj Rassool of the University of Western Cape, South Africa, on the topic “History and Biography beyond Modernism”.

 

Date: Wednesday May 3 and Thursday May 4 2017.

Time: 9.00 am daily

Venue: R.S. Amegashie Auditorium, University of Ghana Business School (UGBS).

 

 

All are cordially invited

 

Please click here for the publicity banner

 

 

Workshop on Computational Modelling

Starting April 21, 2017 - Ending April 21, 2018

The Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Ghana and the Department of Chemistry, Physics and Engineering, Lincoln University are jointly organising a computational modelling workshop for drug discovery. This workshop is intended to provide basic training in some of the computational techniques listed.

 

Please click here for more details.

 

Shortlisted Applicants for Post First Degree LL.B for 2017/2018 Academic Year

Starting April 21, 2017 - Ending April 21, 2018

The following students have been shortlisted as qualified to take the 2017 Post First Degree LL.B Selection Entrance Examination of the University Of Ghana School Of Law, University of Ghana. 

* Date: 4th May, 2017.     Time: 09:30am 

* Venue: "N" Block and New 'N' Block, University of Ghana

You are required to pay a non-refundable entrance examination fee before admission to the selection Entrance Examination:

You are required to come along with the under-listed documents:

Fee payable by Ghanaian nationals' citizens:

One Hundred And Eighty Ghana Cedis (GHȻ180.00)

Fee Payable By Non-Ghanaian Or Foreign Students/Applicants:

One Hundred And Eighty Ghana Cedis (GHȻ180.00) 

Note: Foreign applicants are required to pay the Entrance Examination Fee at the University of Ghana Cash Office.

Account Details for Ghanaian Applicants

ECOBANK ACCOUNT NAME:             UG ADMISSION FORMS ACCOUNT

BRANCH: LEGON                  ACCOUNT NO. 0163024409780404

Please note that you are to provide proof of payment and Identification (i.e., a valid national ID such as Passport, Driver’s License, Voter’s ID, National Health Insurance ID and National Identity Card) before you would be allowed access into the exam hall.

Applicants are to ignore any adverts for a lawyer’s coaching to pass the entrance exams since the exam is to determine your analytical skills, expression, use of language, organization of material etc.

FOR FURTHER ADVICE AND INFORMATION

Please direct all formal and /or further enquiries during official working hours only (8:30am to 5:00pm, GMT) to 0303963750 or send e-mails to lawschool@ug.edu.gh.

No.

Name

Packet No.

 

Application Serial Number

 

 

ABA JOSHUA KWEKU

298

 

8017609

 

 

ABABIO BAABA

169

 

8004893

 

 

ABAKAH LISA FRANCISCA

247

 

8015200

 

 

ABANKWA DANIEL

200

 

8015891

 

 

ABBAN ABIGAIL

476

 

8004124

 

 

ABBAN IVY NANA AFUA SAFOA

370

 

8003677

 

 

ABBEY NII TETTEH-DJAN

376

 

8003340

 

 

ABDAL-SULLEYMAN HAFIZ

409

 

8012803

 

 

ABDUL-RAHAMAN IBRAHIM

199

 

8009764

 

 

ABDUL NASIR MUKTAR HEBAH

347

 

8009681

 

 

ABDUL RAHMAN ABDUL RAUF

16

 

8006775

 

 

ABDULAI ABDUL-GANNIYU

561

 

8027663

 

 

ABDULAI AKAPAME AUGUSTINA

552

 

8011719

 

 

ABDULAI RAHMATU

780

 

8012142

 

 

ABDULRAHIM HIBATULLAH

736

 

8007041

 

 

ABDU-RAZAK ABIDET LARRY

130

 

8002991

 

 

ABEBRESE ANDREATTA TETTEH

349

 

8017654

 

 

ABGEME FREDERICK NEWMAN

640

 

8022858

 

 

ABLORDEPPEY DZIFA AWO

598

 

8026048

 

 

ABRAHAM OBUOBI

698

 

8027687

 

 

ABROQUAH ERNESTINA

367

 

8009320

 

 

ABUBAKAR ATIKU MIQDAD

791

 

8010420

 

 

ABUGRE DONG ALIMATU SADIA

551

 

8027970

 

 

ABUGRI PHEBE

364

 

8027102

 

 

ABUGRI RITA SYDNEY

594

 

8025488

 

 

ACHEAMPONG GLORIA

66

 

8016727

 

 

ACHEAMPONG ISAAC OPPONG

45

 

8007351

 

 

ACHEAMPONG JOSEPH ASARE-BAFFOUR

635

 

8022146

 

 

ACHEAMPONG NANA BOATENG

733

 

8023692

 

 

ACHEAMPONG STEWART MENSAH

106

 

8020515

 

 

ACKON HELENA DE-GRAFT

210

 

8017013

 

 

ACOLATSE EMMANUEL KOFI

761

 

8029429

 

 

ACQUAH BARBARA ASAMOAH

644

 

8018961

 

 

ACQUAH EMMANUEL NKANSAH

563

 

8028793

 

 

ACQUAH ERIC STANLEY

75

 

8018955

 

 

ACQUAH RITA

689

 

8013725

 

 

ACQUAYE GEORGE

574

 

8009307

 

 

ADABLA ESTELLA ELIKPLIM

55

 

8008834

 

 

ADADEVOH SELINAM AMENYO

602

 

8015829

 

 

ADAM ABDALLAH

482

 

8015466

 

 

ADAM GARIBA MOHAMMED

800

 

8016989

 

 

ADAM JADALHAK

782

 

8014211

 

 

ADAMS FRANK ABEKU

560

 

8016898

 

 

ADANUVOR EMEFA KEKELI

166

 

8009784

 

 

ADDAE EKOW

708

 

8011682

 

 

ADDAE ERNEST

157

 

8007682

 

 

ADDAE NUKU DAISY SENA

480

 

8024469

 

 

ADDAE-ASAMOAH AUDREY

374

 

8014262

 

 

ADDAI EMMANUEL EFFAH

307

 

8010992

 

 

ADDISON AFUA AMPOMAA

576

 

8022975

 

 

ADDISON JAMES

451

 

8008829

 

 

ADDO ABENA OTWE

646

 

8004400

 

 

ADDO AURELIA NAA ADOWEY

704

 

8017027

 

 

ADDO FLORENCE EUDORA AKU

566

 

8018181

 

 

ADDO PEARL BAFFOUR

178

 

8005328

 

 

ADDOQUAYE KENNETH ANNANG

734

 

8026718

 

 

ADDY NII TETTEY ANTIAYE

537

 

8019788

 

 

ADE ELIZABETH

578

 

8025966

 

 

ADEKURAH JUDITH

183

 

8014556

 

 

ADIBU BERNARD OHENE

88

 

8000807

 

 

ADIKO PEARL SELORM

5

 

8002890

 

 

ADJADI FECHIN ROBERT

51

 

8009907

 

 

ADJEI DANSO KATE

632

 

8023784

 

 

ADJEI KLU FELIX

195

 

8016701

 

 

ADJEI MARLICK

519

 

8007232

 

 

ADJEI MOSES AMANKWA

485

 

8002006

 

 

ADJEI OSCAR

702

 

8026096

 

 

ADJEI STEPHEN

651

 

8021584

 

 

ADJEI-BOYE NII ADJEI

661

 

8024554

 

 

ADJEI-MENSAH EUNICE

202

 

8009266

 

 

ADOFO LAMIKAI NAA

357

 

8010626

 

 

ADOKOH HARRIET HANN

245

 

8024141

 

 

ADOMBIRE JOHN APOLIGRA

785

 

8024410

 

 

ADU ANNA MINTAA

652

 

8021849

 

 

ADU DORA

146

 

8004892

 

 

ADU EUNICE ANIMWAA

489

 

8028290

 

 

ADU KOFI TAWIAH

460

 

8025594

 

 

ADU SHADRACK ADU

306

 

8017917

 

 

ADUENI JOSEPHINE

323

 

8023416

 

 

ADZAGLI SETH MAKAFUI

579

 

8028099

 

 

ADZEI FRANCIS ANDERSON

221

 

8006322

 

 

ADZIMAH MILLICENT AKOSUA SELASSIE

530

 

8015690

 

 

ADZORLOLO STEPHEN

62

 

8007709

 

 

ADZOTOR KWASI SEMENYO

732

 

8028545

 

 

AFARI EMMANUEL KOFI

475

 

8006423

 

 

AFFUL BENYIN JOSEPH

728

 

8029215

 

 

AFLAKPUI MILLICENT SEYRAM

48

 

8007610

 

 

AFOAKWA MINA SERWAA AKOTO

84

 

8012863

 

 

AFRIYIE HELEN ASOR

474

 

8021174

 

 

AGBENORKU EDITH

273

 

8020315

 

 

AGBENYEGAH JUDITH ADZOYOO

383

 

8017097

 

 

AGBEVADE SEDINAM AMA

295

 

8024267

 

 

AGBEZUDOR VICTORIA

631

 

8001323

 

 

AGBO CATHERINE FORSON

10

 

8000901

 

 

AGBOZO FRANCIS YAO

766

 

8011286

 

 

AGORBORTU SUCCESS ISABELLA

408

 

8024600

 

 

AGUISSI FORTUNE EFUA

478

 

8004991

 

 

AGYARKO-MINTAH EMMANUEL TWEREFOO

425

 

8011207

 

 

AGYEI ALBERT KWABENA

171

 

8001611

 

 

AGYEI SOLOMON ASARE

764

 

8009403

 

 

AGYEI-GYEKYE BENJAMIN MPERE

140

 

8002680

 

 

AGYEKUM-AWUKU SANDRA

665

 

8020491

 

 

AGYEMAN DUAH JUSTICE

375

 

8022348

 

 

AGYEMAN-DUAH ADWOA BRAYIE

757

 

8015339

 

 

AGYEMANG NANA OFEIBEA

467

 

8020883

 

 

AGYENIM-BOATENG LAWRENCE

592

 

8026908

 

 

AGYEPONG LOIS ADDO

206

 

8009969

 

 

AHEY DIVINE ELORM

377

 

8025916

 

 

AHIADOME PEPERTUAL DZIDEFO

314

 

8004507

 

 

AHIADU ROSE-EVA ELIKEM

573

 

8021725

 

 

AHIADZRO NELSON KOFI

430

 

8017298

 

 

AHIAKU DIANA

534

 

8022006

 

 

AHMED FAROUTA FATIMA ZAHRA

251

 

8020678

 

 

AIDOO DOREEN

379

 

8010004

 

 

AKABUA ELSIE SEYRAM

177

 

8023563

 

 

AKADJAH BLESS

65

 

8007997

 

 

AKAKPO BENJAMIN

547

 

8004844

 

 

AKUFO CAROL ADOBEA

108

 

8001000

 

 

AKOETEY DENNIS YAO

72

 

8001353

 

 

AKOLGO JOHN

456

 

8013895

 

 

AKOMEA-ABOAGYE AMA TIMAH

587

 

8011129

 

 

AKOMEAH OSMAN NANA AKWASI

556

 

8021180

 

 

AKONSI SAMUEL WUNMALYA

9

 

8005926

 

 

AKORTIA EDNA

104

 

8020116

 

 

AKOSUA AKYEAMAA ASUMAN-ADU

103

 

8014588

 

 

AKOWUAH AKWASI GYAMFI

700

 

8015407

 

 

AKPAKLI HANNAH

49

 

8002791

 

 

AKPALOO PASCAL ELORM

172

 

8007901

 

 

AKROFI HARRIET AISHA

445

 

8026581

 

 

AKRONG CINDY

236

 

8012999

 

 

AKUTAM ABEDNEGO

317

 

8027453

 

 

AKUTAM SELINA

110

 

8013372

 

 

AKYEA-BOBI NUKUNU

685

 

8028560

 

 

ALAGSKOMAH EUGENE ALAGSKOMAH

773

 

8027652

 

 

ALFRED KPODO

254

 

8023615

 

 

ALHASSAN ABDUL WAHID

638

 

8027138

 

 

AL-HASSAN HAMIDA

412

 

8022699

 

 

ALHASSAN SADAT N

554

 

8023109

 

 

AMA-AKYEA OPOKU-AMPOMAH OWUSU

115

 

8013829

 

 

AMANING SAMUEL DANQUAH

695

 

8023404

 

 

AMANKWAA MARTHA KAKRA

749

 

8024027

 

 

AMANOR DAVIDSTON

642

 

8009864

 

 

AMANOR KING GEORGE

558

 

8025443

 

 

AMEDIOR RUBY AKUSIKA

706

 

8020109

 

 

AMEDZE RAYMOND

208

 

8026952

 

 

AMEH DEBORAH

89

 

8002309

 

 

AMEKUDZI KWAKYEWA ESTHER

657

 

8027205

 

 

AMEMATE AMELIA

726

 

8025529

 

 

AMENORHU FELIX YAO

329

 

8026587

 

 

AMESU REJOYCE MAWUSE

400

 

8007058

 

 

AMEYI MARIAN ELI

69

 

8015245

 

 

AMOAH DANIEL KOMLA

481

 

8000872

 

 

AMOAH HENRIETTA

216

 

8006577

 

 

AMOAH JENNIFER

539

 

8010973

 

 

AMOAH KOFI PATRICK

696

 

8026794

 

 

AMOAH ROBERT

341

 

8006444

 

 

AMOAKOHENE EMMANUEL YEBOAH

797

 

8026399

 

 

AMOAKOHENE JOHNSON

470

 

8018000

 

 

AMOAKOHENE REBECCA

515

 

8016819

 

 

AMOAKUH-ARKOSAH PETER PARTINTENG

548

 

8022265

 

 

AMOASI EMMANUEL KWESI

669

 

8020542

 

 

AMOFA ADJOA RACHEL

159

 

8007944

 

 

AMOO AKOSUA ADDAI

608

 

8027080

 

 

AMORO AKENDITA IRENE

739

 

8015703

 

 

AMPADU WELBECK KOFI

634

 

8018200

 

 

AMPAH CLARA

350

 

8022092

 

 

AMPAH EDNA NANA ADWOA

297

 

8002838

 

 

AMPAH ELVIS OKYERE

645

 

8021060

 

 

AMPAH MIRIAM

43

 

8014702

 

 

AMPOFO KIRSTY NANA BEADJEI

326

 

8018893

 

 

AMPONSAH DAVID NANA KWASI

125

 

8004431

 

 

ANAME ALALDAGO RAMSON

707

 

8022710

 

 

ANAMOGSI ALBERT  A.

601

 

8020257

 

 

ANANI ABIGAIL AFI

562

 

8028071

 

 

ANIABA FRANCIS JOHN

417

 

8005442

 

 

ANIAKOR SANDRA NWADINKP

67

 

8100594

 

 

ANIMAH AKOSUA

389

 

8012932

 

 

ANINAKWAH NKETIA RHODA

619

 

8026631

 

 

ANKRA PEDRO NII AKWEI

296

 

8006260

 

 

ANKRAH NII OTENGKORANG

483

 

8020817

 

 

ANKU MILLICENT SENA

92

 

8004659

 

 

ANNAN ANTOINETTE

180

 

8000884

 

 

ANNAN BERLINDA NAA DEDEI

218

 

8023097

 

 

ANNAN-PRA DEBORAH

102

 

8000917

 

 

ANOMH MAAME ADJOA AFIYE

624

 

8017905

 

 

ANORTEY LEONARD ISAAC

138

 

8000832

 

 

ANSAH EMMA ESI

291

 

8027209

 

 

ANSAH FRANK KWADWO

97

 

8012105

 

 

ANSAH JOHN YAW

650

 

8027461

 

 

ANSAH PAULINA OFEIBEA

690

 

8013204

 

 

ANSAH-AGYEI DAVID JOHN AKUFFO

622

 

8007155

 

 

ANSONG MATILDA OSEI

799

 

8006541

 

 

ANTI AKOSUA NTIRIWAA

337

 

8010748

 

 

ANTWI KWABENA NKETIAH

277

 

8011563

 

 

ANTWI SANDRA NYARKO

182

 

8015186

 

 

ANUKA BRANDEN ELVIS

363

 

8001721

 

 

ANYAELE ANGELA

501

 

8009841

 

 

ANYOMI LOVEMARK ADZO

434

 

8025800

 

 

APAU KWASI OPOKU

402

 

8024377

 

 

APEDOE EUNICE

26

 

8011297

 

 

APPAU AWO

658

 

8028432

 

 

APPIAH AUGUSTINE AKWASI

322

 

8003341

 

 

APPIAH DANIEL NKUM

284

 

8015528

 

 

APPIAH EKUA ZAKIYA

712

 

8028553

 

 

APPIAH EMMA ASANTEWAA

288

 

8000774

 

 

APPIAH MICHAEL KWABENA

711

 

8029167

 

 

APPIAH SIMON JUNIOR

207

 

8020317

 

 

APPIAH STELLA OSEI

391

 

8008755

 

 

APPIAH Y\JOYCE

531

 

8011049

 

 

APPIAH-ABOAGYE ALEXANDER

384

 

8018308

 

 

APPOE DAVID

136

 

8002333

 

 

ARKROFUL MILDRED EWURAMA

309

 

8025577

 

 

ARMOOH JESSICA OWUSUA

610

 

8024602

 

 

ARTHUR DAVID YEBOAH

719

 

8029435

 

 

ARTHUR EFFIE DEEDE

77

 

8005997

 

 

ARTHUR ESTHER ADWOA KUSIWAA

449

 

8024374

 

 

ARTHUR EVELYN

381

 

8018629

 

 

ARTHUR GEORGE JUSTICE

6

 

8000625

 

 

ARYEE AMANDA

667

 

8023844

 

 

ARYEE JONAS NII AYI

228

 

8016531

 

 

ASABERE RICHARD APPIAH

188

 

8007364

 

 

ASAFO-ADJEI JENNIFER

582

 

8015902

 

 

ASAMANY EVANS ADDO

571

 

8016532

 

 

ASAMOAH AMO VERA

509

 

8026231

 

 

ASAMOAH BENJAMIN

648

 

8027223

 

 

ASAMOAH JUSTICE

458

 

8008334

 

 

ASAMOAH MABEL

95

 

8002519

 

 

ASAMOAH RICHMOND FRIMPONG

775

 

8015350

 

 

ASAMOAH SAMUEL

721

 

8010996

 

 

ASAMOAH-ADDO JEFF

448

 

8014487

 

 

ASAMPANA RUTH

469

 

8006343

 

 

ASANTE BERNICE KYERAA

585

 

8027113

 

 

ASANTE ERNESTINA

465

 

8026190

 

 

ASANTE KWESI DEI

750

 

8002626

 

 

ASANTE LUCY AFUA ANIWAA

160

 

8011008

 

 

ASANTE WENDY AKOSUA SERWAA

87

 

8011504

 

 

ASARE AGGRE FRANCIS

688

 

8021187

 

 

ASARE BROWN SENYO

599

 

8022875

 

 

ASARE GRACE OWUSU

680

 

8027319

 

 

ASARE JONATHAN OWUSU

418

 

8005547

 

 

ASARE KORANG JENNIFER

666

 

8026532

 

 

ASARE LYDIA DEDO

132

 

8001885

 

 

ASARE OBENG PRINCE

139

 

8015742

 

 

ASARE VIVIAN MONICA

57

 

8003993

 

 

ASEBI BOAKYE DENNIS ATUAHENE

184

 

8018440

 

 

ASHIABI SENA

353

 

8023629

 

 

ASHIE MICHAEL EDWARD

164

 

8022746

 

 

ASHKAR REEMA

729

 

8024949

 

 

ASHLEY NAA MORKOR ROSEMOND

371

 

8017856

 

 

ASIAMAH CHARLES OBENG

223

 

8017788

 

 

ASIAWO PHILIP KWABLAH

535

 

8023463

 

 

ASIMIYU MORUFU OPEYEMI

790

 

8101068

 

 

ASOMANI GLORIA ADOMAA

575

 

8021646

 

 

ASSAMOAH M. DANIEL

360

 

8009656

 

 

ASSIFUAH MONICA ANNA

58

 

8005343

 

 

ASUEM ROSE ATUGAACHANG

226

 

8013819

 

 

ATAMBILA JOHN ABUGRE

181

 

8020380

 

 

ATANGIBA MOHAMMED SHAKIRU

39

 

8000810

 

 

ATIDIGAH MAVIS

416

 

8023180

 

 

ATTACHIE CYNTHIA SELASSIE

227

 

8003056

 

 

ATTAH TAKYI DONKOR

268

 

8003281

 

 

ATTIYE LAWSON KOFI

42

 

8008777

 

 

ATUM CHRISTIAN ANUGNOM

762

 

8026635

 

 

AUBIN SOLOMON

289

 

8001091

 

 

AVORKPO DENNIS

577

 

8026198

 

 

AWERE MARGARET

319

 

8025309

 

 

AWOG-BADEK SIMON

311

 

8000767

 

 

AWUA MENSAH OLIVER

133

 

8010430

 

 

AWUAH ABIGAIL SAKAA

798

 

8013058

 

 

AWUDI FORGIVE KOFITSE

394

 

8027664

 

 

AWUKU EMMANUEL AGBEVOR

495

 

8020232

 

 

AWUNNORE EDWARD

23

 

8001302

 

 

AYAMDOO MATHEW AWINE

553

 

8017656

 

 

AYAMGA LUKE ADONBIRE

442

 

8019292

 

 

AYAMGA VICTOR

333

 

8004338

 

 

AYARIGAH OSMAN ABDULAI

538

 

8000700

 

 

AYERH JOASH OKOE

192

 

8020463

 

 

AYISI MARIETTA ASABEA

505

 

8017875

 

 

AYITTEY RHODA EMEFA

266

 

8017936

 

 

AYOMBIL MERCY

76

 

8003612

 

 

AZURE VICTOR NSOH

331

 

8023301

 

 

BAAH GEORGE SENIOR

428

 

8019535

 

 

BAAH KWAME

591

 

8007074

 

 

BAAH LILY ANIMWAA

584

 

8016206

 

 

BAAH SEFIAMOR

7

 

8003965

 

 

BAALA FRANK

270

 

8024617

 

 

BADOMBIE GEORGINA

533

 

8015494

 

 

BADOO JOAN HANSEN

71

 

8100210

 

 

BADU JNR FRANKLIN

699

 

8026366

 

 

BADWI JUDITH AMA

4

 

8001457

 

 

BAFFUOR CLEMENT GYAWU

621

 

8017390

 

 

BAIDOO ANGELINA

801

 

8027028

 

 

BAIDOO ERIC

334

 

8016564

 

 

BAKARI SUMANI

753

 

8028416

 

 

BAMFO NANA AFUA BAMFOA

593

 

8026624

 

 

BANGNI SIMON WUNPINI

25

 

8010947

 

 

BANSON JUANITA

237

 

8015549

 

 

BARFI JOYCE OWUSUA

137

 

8014740

 

 

BARNIE LETICIA

90

 

8011673

 

 

BART-PLANGE DEBORAH

486

 

8000596

 

 

BASSAW FRANKLINA EUNICE

279

 

8000880

 

 

BAYEL HARRIET HENRY

186

 

8008741

 

 

BAYOR PROSPER

420

 

8003737

 

 

BEKAI ADELAIDE ABENA

150

 

8002140

 

 

BEKOE BERNARD

541

 

8003782

 

 

BELLSON BLESS

28

 

8000775

 

 

BEMPONG FRANCIS

351

 

8022048

 

 

BEN-SMITH SAMUEL

380

 

8023890

 

 

BERCHIE RAPHAEL KWADWO

730

 

8018647

 

 

BISMARK BANA-HENE BOAKYE

260

 

8002872

 

 

BOADI ATTAFUAH ROLAND

79

 

8007600

 

 

BOADU AUGUSTINE OSEI

618

 

8015266

 

 

BOAFO DAVIDA

479

 

8025947

 

 

BOAFOH SEKYIWAAH EUNICE

304

 

8011788

 

 

BOAKYE ISAAC

230

 

8019233

 

 

BOAKYE JEFFREY KWAKU

784

 

8018351

 

 

BOAKYE KOFI GIDEON

366

 

8011266

 

 

BOAKYE NANA ADDO

677

 

8009769

 

 

BOATENG ABENA LORRAINE

399

 

8003531

 

 

BOATENG ABOAGYE LILLY AKOSUA ESENAM

13

 

8007821

 

 

BOATENG DOREEN OSAA

681

 

8011906

 

 

BOATENG EMMANUEL KWASI

484

 

8023919

 

 

BOATENG JOEL NANA

131

 

8000768

 

 

BOATENG KWAME AGYENIM

52

 

8009889

 

 

BOATENG KYEREWAA AKUAMOAH

722

 

8018280

 

 

BOATENG MAXWELL KWAKU

771

 

8005323

 

 

BOATENG RHODALYN

432

 

8018022

 

 

BOATENG SYLVAESTER KWAME-KWAKYE

403

 

8009870

 

 

BOBRKUU DEERYKOG

419

 

8003657

 

 

BONI LYDIA EMEFA

190

 

8011042

 

 

BORTEY GIFTY NAA BORTELEY

174

 

8023251

 

 

BOSSMAN MAGDALENE

308

 

8023910

 

 

BOSSO-KING LAWSON

153

 

8007193

 

 

BOTCHWAY WILLIAMS OFFEI

504

 

8001068

 

 

BOYE JANET ADOLEY

286

 

8001087

 

 

BRACE ISAAC EKRA

276

 

8023037

 

 

BRAKO AUGUSTINE

705

 

8009189

 

 

BREFO-ABABIO ALEXANDER

462

 

8003141

 

 

BREMPONG-ANKU JENNIFER DZIEDZORM

217

 

8015290

 

 

BRIMAH YAYAH NONE

310

 

8004470

 

 

BROBBEY ERNEST OWUSU

233

 

8010927

 

 

BROWN NANCY NAA AKU

344

 

8013484

 

 

BRUTTOH BRUNO

73

 

8014024

 

 

BUGASE KAREN KANIA

424

 

8003083

 

 

BUKARI ABDUL-KUDUS

684

 

8028917

 

 

BUSIA OPOKU PRINCE

249

 

8013981

 

 

CAESAR KORKOR CLEMENTINA

373

 

8011389

 

 

CARTEY KING DAVID

302

 

8023494

 

 

CHRIS SAMAI

606

 

8101477

 

 

CHRISTINE EARIE YIELEH-CHIREH

625

 

8009704

 

 

COLEMAN BENEDICT OBIL

444

 

8018457

 

 

COMMEY SAMUEL

740

 

8029359

 

 

CRAMER ATO BLAY

359

 

8003202

 

 

DADZIE MICHAELA

765

 

8024432

 

 

DAKO KWAME BOAMAH

264

 

8021971

 

 

DAMBAKURA ATANGA CHAD

660

 

8013698

 

 

DANKWA BERNICE KISSIWAA

517

 

8015080

 

 

DANKYI ELVIS

70

 

8009950

 

 

DAPAAH RUPERT AFFAWUAH

299

 

8014393

 

 

DAWDA LATIFA

672

 

8025249

 

 

DEBRA CHRISTIAN DZIGBORDI

464

 

8003904

 

 

DEBRA JAMES MCKEOWN

99

 

8000782

 

 

DEEGBE FIIFI RALPH

636

 

8002264

 

 

DEFEAMEKPOR DELALI ADZO

100

 

8007508

 

 

DENNIS ELORM ARULETEY

118

 

8015003

 

 

DERIC OPPONG BOATENG

703

 

8002614

 

 

DEUEGBE PATRICK DELALI

386

 

8025368

 

 

DJANIE CURTIS NIKOI

61

 

8010566

 

 

DJARBENG OHEMAA AGYEKUMAA

570

 

8009934

 

 

DJENTUH EMMA MAWUTOR

238

 

8024745

 

 

DOKU ROGER WILLS TACHIE

595

 

8005113

 

 

DOMO VITUS NYENGKANAKPE

787

 

8018710

 

 

DONKOR KWADWO BOAKYE

671

 

8023488

 

 

DONKOR NYARKO HENRIETTA

565

 

8022553

 

 

DOTSE HORLALI DOREEN

372

 

8005768

 

 

DOTSE JAMES

327

 

8019369

 

 

DOWUONA COMFORT NORTSOO

283

 

8013023

 

 

DOWUONA NANCY NAA NORKOR

54

 

8002201

 

 

DOWUONA-HAMMOND MARGARET

275

 

8023667

 

 

DRAYI EMMANUEL DARLINGTON

626

 

8022860

 

 

DUAH ISAAC KWABENA

265

 

8023477

 

 

DUGBATEY ABAYATEYE

356

 

8011977

 

 

DUORINAAH JUVENTUS

244

 

8003890

 

 

DZAH BELINDA KAFUI

557

 

8023505

 

 

DZAH WORLANYO KWASI SOLOMON

324

 

8016952

 

 

DZAMEFE EMMANUEL KAFUI

290

 

8008557

 

 

DZIKPEHLO WISDOM

328

 

8016215

 

 

DZINEKU FERGUSON JOHN

697

 

8004311

 

 

DZOGBEWU FESTUS

143

 

8023831

 

 

DZUDZOR CYNTHIA AFI

502

 

8017304

 

 

EDDY-WILLIAMS SHEILA

687

 

8027018

 

 

EDITH VANESSA KHARTEY

114

 

8002923

 

 

EDZII JULIANA ABOKUMA

280

 

8010237

 

 

EFFAH CYNTHIA AKOSUA CARRIN

158

 

8013713

 

 

EFFAH GODWIN YAO

597

 

8027126

 

 

EFFAH MENSAH SHAMMAH NYAMEWOHO

429

 

8005425

 

 

EFFAH PORTIA AMPONSAH

431

 

8004760

 

 

EHUN ELIZABETH

47

 

8002109

 

 

ELIASON ALBERT KWAW

313

 

8019227

 

 

ELKINGTON ANDREWS AYISI

59

 

8001330

 

 

ENGMANN JESSE-JAMES

488

 

8005606

 

 

ENNIN GIDEON

85

 

8013854

 

 

ENNINFUL ATO

20

 

8001823

 

 

ESSIAW HUMPHREY NANA YAW

493

 

8022754

 

 

ESSUMAN EMMANUEL

794

 

8025963

 

 

ESSUMAN KWAME KAKRA

627

 

8019739

 

 

EUGENE DERY

365

 

8001011

 

 

EYIAH-MENSAH KOFI TAKYI

745

 

8026300

 

 

FERGUSON GEORGE KWASI

516

 

8022855

 

 

FIAGBE INNOCENT

550

 

8025376

 

 

FIAGBENU EMMANUEL JAMES ATIEMO

713

 

8028283

 

 

FIALOR PRINCE GILBERT

421

 

8024295

 

 

FIANKO COMFORT

222

 

8017189

 

 

FORDAH ELIZABETH SUNKWA

74

 

8002066

 

 

FREDERICK APIA

258

 

8015398

 

 

FREDERICK ROBERT DANIEL

500

 

8013664

 

 

FRIMPONG ERIC

754

 

8028794

 

 

FRIMPONG EVANS

518

 

8027657

 

 

FRIMPONG KWADWO AGYEKUM

293

 

8020704

 

 

FRIMPONG SHARON FLORA

709

 

8022034

 

 

FUGAH GEORGETTE EMEFA

532

 

8006678

 

 

FUMI FLORA NAA KORDEI

511

 

8015949

 

 

GABLAH RICHARD DOTSEY

759

 

8023167

 

 

GAMELI-FIGBADU KOMLA

659

 

8028789

 

 

GARIBA YENTIK

197

 

8001085

 

 

GATI RICHMOND ASIWOME

600

 

8019231

 

 

GAWU JAMES MAWULI

191

 

8023188

 

 

GBANDI JOSEPH

40

 

8003642

 

 

GBEILA ALIU WAHAB

426

 

8008519

 

 

GEORGE NOBLE KWAKU HOENYEDZI

540

 

8025902

 

 

GHARTEY ELIZABETH DINA

527

 

8007768

 

 

GILLIE VINCENT

604

 

8028345

 

 

GORNI MARY

330

 

8004376

 

 

GYAN PRINCE BOAHEN KYEI

272

 

8016483

 

 

GYAPONG ELLEN AYENSUAA

253

 

8022086

 

 

GYASI NANA YAW OFORI

231

 

8020614

 

 

GYEBI OMARI SASU YAW

123

 

8001043

 

 

GYIMAH BABARA

607

 

8004183

 

 

HAIZEL ESTELLE MAAME AMA YAHAN

34

 

8002279

 

 

HALIDU JEMILA

522

 

8010567

 

 

HAMMON PAUL AYIAH

173

 

8005011

 

 

HAMMOND EMMANUEL

525

 

8024055

 

 

HANSEN-ADDY DAVIDA ANNE

243

 

8001185

 

 

HARUNA YUSSIF

161

 

8002575

 

 

HAYFORD HELENA

774

 

8007936

 

 

HINSON EMMANUELLA

447

 

8000759

 

 

HINSON REBECCA

589

 

8028889

 

 

HOKEY EVANS EDEM

777

 

8007231

 

 

HONYENUGA ISAAC KWAKU TAWIAH

225

 

8006486

 

 

HUKPORTIE JOSEPH

361

 

8027452

 

 

HUMPHREY ANNOR

744

 

8000924

 

 

IBRAHIM DAVID

257

 

8022596

 

 

IBRAHIM HAFIZ-DEEN

795

 

8019104

 

 

IBRAHIM IFTIN

405

 

8028270

 

 

IDDRISU ADAM

682

 

8029513

 

 

IDDSAH YEBOAH SEIDU

117

 

8005777

 

 

ILUPEJA GLORIA

549

 

8009055

 

 

IMORO MOHAMMED ZAYAN

105

 

8001002

 

 

IMORU LUCIA

300

 

8003004

 

 

INSAIDOO AGNES

119

 

8013853

 

 

INTERKUDZI NANA DOKUA

612

 

8014167

 

 

ISSAKA MANSUR RAYMOND

436

 

8023926

 

 

JENGRE ENOCH

2

 

8001756

 

 

JORDOR JACQUES

796

 

8027921

 

 

JOY KWEKU SAKYI

129

 

8017357

 

 

KADEY ANTHOINETTE AFUA

397

 

8025861

 

 

KALINJA JOSEPH NTISIMBON

3

 

8003275

 

 

KAMINTA EUNICE

224

 

8003370

 

 

KAMPELIGI SAMUEL KWAME SARKODIE

662

 

8026303

 

 

KANYI NADYA DEDE

168

 

8020458

 

 

KANYOKE IRENE

491

 

8026144

 

 

KAPIRAH CYNTHIA

187

 

8007158

 

 

KASIM AMANDA NAEMATU

305

 

8025375

 

 

KATAMANI THOMAS OWENS SELLAH

362

 

8001084

 

 

KEDJAH PRISCILLA OWUSU

292

 

8013727

 

 

KENNEDY AMISSAH ISHMAEL

151

 

8003909

 

 

KENNY PAUL LAWER

656

 

8025411

 

 

KEN-TSIDZI ABIGAIL FAFALI

29

 

8008350

 

 

KISSIEDU SAMUEL

176

 

8016597

 

 

KLAYSON JENNIFER YAYRA

614

 

8007454

 

 

KOBUA JOYCE SERWAA

154

 

8008320

 

 

KODIAH EMMANUEL OKPOTI

724

 

8027041

 

 

KODJOE LILLIAN TERRKO

83

 

8001957

 

 

KODUAH SAMUEL MENSAH

769

 

8027547

 

 

KOFI GYIMA-BOTA

358

 

8005346

 

 

KOFI-HEY THEODORA

513

 

8024316

 

 

KONKURI PROSPERA

542

 

8014618

 

 

KONNEH JAMAL

321

 

8026114

 

 

KOOMSON FAUSTINA ABA

401

 

8025534

 

 

KORLETEY SAMUEL TEY

120

 

8005840

 

 

KORLEY EUNICE NAA ANYEMA

398

 

8026146

 

 

KOSIBA MARGARET

175

 

8006739

 

 

KOTEY JENNIFER

127

 

8003984

 

 

KPATSI CHRISTIAN MAWULAWOE KWAME

44

 

8010500

 

 

KPEKPENA FORGIVE

269

 

8022291

 

 

KUKAH ALEXANDDER K. A.

116

 

8009186

 

 

KUMAH GIFTY KWAKYEWAA

747

 

8014101

 

 

KUMAH NATHANIEL

332

 

8014906

 

 

KUMI DANIEL HUMPHREY-OSEI

727

 

8018662

 

 

KUMORDZIE SELASIE ESI

737

 

8027459

 

 

KUMURIWO RAFIATU

472

 

8013195

 

 

KURANKYI AARON

715

 

8020472

 

 

KUSI BOATEMAA NYAMEKYE

520

 

8024568

 

 

KUSI REGINA

239

 

8003461

 

 

KWAKYEWA PAULINA ADWOA

586

 

8014928

 

 

KWAME AGYEI

255

 

8026939

 

 

KWAME CATHERINE

583

 

8024143

 

 

KWAME FOSTER

101

 

8009892

 

 

KYERAAH DOROTHY

441

 

8025434

 

 

LAMPTEY JOSEPH

50

 

8005774

 

 

LARBI NANA ADEBI

528

 

8018527

 

 

LARYEA JENNIFER LARTELEY

414

 

8023660

 

 

LATSEY WILLIAM KOFI

637

 

8025821

 

 

LATUO EDNA KUUNIBE NEIBELANG

382

 

8006326

 

 

LAWSA ABENA GYANWA OFORI

623

 

8027473

 

 

LEDI DANIEL

112

 

8019629

 

 

MAAFO JOSEPH OSAFO

37

 

8001459

 

 

MAC FORSON RACHEL

496

 

8020474

 

 

MACAULEY SELORM YAO

18

 

8002686

 

 

MACCARTHY CHARLES EMMANUEL

339

 

8004662

 

 

MADUGUH JOY

694

 

8021216

 

 

MAHAMA JUSTICE AKLO

193

 

8010544

 

 

MAHAMA ROBERT RUFIA

473

 

8006499

 

 

MAHAMUD LEILA SUHUYINI

455

 

8013467

 

 

MALM BERNARD

340

 

8020156

 

 

MARKWEI MERCY TSOTSOO

487

 

8011320

 

 

MARTEY BERNICE NIKKI

1

 

8003085

 

 

MAURO PAAKWESI SEIDU

647

 

8023689

 

 

MBIBA DANIEL NTANAAH

676

 

8022132

 

 

MENDS ABIGAIL DELA

490

 

8023296

 

 

MENKA EUNICE YAWA

463

 

8026824

 

 

MENSAH AKUA BOAKYEWAA

91

 

8007149

 

 

MENSAH ANFO ABIGAIL

96

 

8012288

 

 

MENSAH CHRISTOLOVE JACKLINE

213

 

8006419

 

 

MENSAH DAVID

320

 

8022934

 

 

MENSAH ELIZABETH BOAHEMAA

86

 

8101187

 

 

MENSAH FORIWAA MAAME AKUA

378

 

8024372

 

 

MENSAH LENICE NAA TSHAKOR

149

 

8003878

 

 

MENSAH MICHAEL ATTA

41

 

8011559

 

 

MENSAH NAA MAELEY-DROMOH

151

 

8007373

 

 

MENSAH SAMUEL KOFI

141

 

8016072

 

 

MENSAH SIMON EGYIR KOBINA

422

 

8021355

 

 

MICHAEL ARKOFUL-QUANSAH

259

 

8026350

 

 

MINTAH SARAH

720

 

8021717

 

 

MIREKU EDWARDTA AKUA BOAMAH

396

 

8003525

 

 

MOFERI FREEMAN SUGURUMAN

779

 

8025364

 

 

MOFFAT EDWARD NII AKWEI

643

 

8025182

 

 

MOHAMMED ABDUL-SABUR SUGLO

81

 

8019573

 

 

MOHAMMED FAILA

312

 

8009029

 

 

MOHAMMED HAAFIZ NAJIAH

714

 

8008214

 

 

MOHAMMED MARIAM

521

 

8009240

 

 

MOHAMMED MASHID

128

 

8012819

 

 

MOHAMMED NURIDEEN

163

 

8016446

 

 

MORVEY ELIZABETH

301

 

8020418

 

 

MPERE ELSIE OTIBU BOSSMAN

274

 

8016821

 

 

MUSAH HAJAH

278

 

8012608

 

 

MUSAH SHERIF-DEEN

14

 

8004059

 

 

NAKANMUAH ISSAH DIMAH

352

 

8020965

 

 

NAMINE ALBERT

196

 

8015294

 

 

NANA AFIA AFRAKOMA DADZIE

252

 

8022735

 

 

NANI, DANIEL KWAME-KUMAH

792

 

8028258

 

 

NARTEY PHILIPPA-MARY TEIKI

611

 

8017888

 

 

NASIRDEEN ISSAHAQUE

461

 

8012420

 

 

NATSWA ABASS ADARGO

717

 

8025751

 

 

NAYYAR KHALID YAW KWEGYIR

250

 

8012203

 

 

NAZOTIN PATRICK DAVY

94

 

8006425

 

 

NENEGBE IRENE AKU-SIKA

477

 

8020183

 

 

NETTEY GEORGINA NARTELEY

641

 

8002613

 

 

NGMAN-WARA HEDWIG SUNTUURO

725

 

8028995

 

 

NII LANKWEI LAMPTEY

536

 

8014273

 

 

NIKABS NAADANG NANA

588

 

8008107

 

 

NINSAW ENOCH DAWUNI

229

 

8022371

 

 

NNAEMEZIE CHIKAODILI LYNDER

155

 

8101009

 

 

NORTEY ALEX

205

 

8001127

 

 

NSAFUL ESI OWUBAA

211

 

8020969

 

 

NTI FRANK KWAKU ANTWI

204

 

8006223

 

 

NTI JAMES

498

 

8016050

 

 

NTIAMOAH BETTY

281

 

8018844

 

 

NTIM McADAMS NANA KWAME

564

 

8001730

 

 

NTOW STEPHEN ABOAGYE

673

 

8025935

 

 

NUKPOR BELINDER YETSA

514

 

8005864

 

 

NUTAKOR WOEDEM YAO

630

 

8029080

 

 

NUWPRDU PERRY KWASHIE

121

 

8020860

 

 

NWACHUKWU ANTHONY NWABUEZE

683

 

8101210

 

 

NYALETEY YAWA NAYORM

369

 

8007839

 

 

NYAMADAXEH INNOCENT KOFI

523

 

8017567

 

 

NYAMADOR PROSPER WONDER

544

 

8024702

 

 

NYAMEKYE FRANCIS

738

 

8015561

 

 

NYAMEKYE SARFO JUNIOR

546

 

8004421

 

 

NYANOR NANA SERWAA MENSAH

315

 

8003939

 

 

NYANTAKYI GLORIA

452

 

8027933

 

 

NYANTE MICHAEL DESMOND

219

 

8005673

 

 

NYARKO GLORIA

194

 

8016893

 

 

NYARKO PAULINA

423

 

8023624

 

 

NYARKO SOLOMON

679

 

8000654

 

 

NYORIKEY IVAN

387

 

8025053

 

 

OBENG CHRISTIANA YANKSMAN

440

 

8024351

 

 

OBENG ISAAC

17

 

8005887

 

 

OBENG JOYANN

615

 

8005915

 

 

OBENG KWAME DUKU

776

 

8024458

 

 

OBINYEBI ABIGAIL KWAKYEWAA

325

 

8007145

 

 

OBIRI GYAU JULIET

220

 

8011565

 

 

OBIRI-KORANG PRISCILLA

36

 

8001077

 

 

OBOUR PHYLLIS TOKU

649

 

8028062

 

 

OCQUAYE ABIGAIL NAA SHORMEY

392

 

8023265

 

 

ODAI HENRI NII-ODAI

459

 

8016667

 

 

ODAME STEPHENS GEORGE

756

 

8026700

 

 

ODOI HORACE CLAUD ALLAN

214

 

8001405

 

 

ODRO EBOW BARTON

512

 

8022999

 

 

ODURO ANDREW

368

 

8013613

 

 

ODURO ASIEDU JOSEPH

355

 

8000923

 

 

ODURO BOATENG JOSEPHINE

415

 

8015859

 

 

ODURO-DANSO ERIC

242

 

8006462

 

 

OFFEH NANA AMABUABENMAA

406

 

8022948

 

 

OFORI HARRIET

603

 

8026537

 

 

OFORI NICHOLAS KWADZO

135

 

8023941

 

 

OFORI-ADJEKUM ESTHER

241

 

8024435

 

 

OFORI-BAH EMMANUEL KOFI ASARE

346

 

8026030

 

 

OFORI-KWAKYE ABIGAIL

348

 

8008531

 

 

OFORIWAA-ASEIDU ADWOA ATTAA

263

 

8005166

 

 

OHENE HEPHZIBAH NAMAWU

439

 

8023726

 

 

OHENE KETEKU KWABENA

234

 

8020986

 

 

OKAE-YEBOAH OHENE FORSTER

718

 

8005219

 

 

OKAI ATUKWEI

453

 

8019002

 

 

OKAI ENJAMIN AYIKAI MCBROWN

668

 

8026259

 

 

OKAITEH VALERIE AWO-DEDE

303

 

8023527

 

 

OKOAMPAH ABENA SAKYIBEA

613

 

8024054

 

 

OKUTU MAVIS

675

 

8001190

 

 

OKYERE DARKO CATHERINE

497

 

8014963

 

 

OKYERE SARITA

510

 

8010811

 

 

OLYMPIO ANNA SOPHIA MENSA

692

 

8028593

 

 

ONUABUCHI NNEOMA JENNIFER

287

 

8101146

 

 

ONWONA JANICE EFIA

145

 

8006685

 

 

OPARE ALBERT

107

 

8019821

 

 

OPLERM EMMANUEL KABU

342

 

8008104

 

 

OPOKU GILBERT ADUSI

235

 

8023020

 

 

OPOKU NEWMAN

134

 

8000914

 

 

OPOKU THEODORA FOSUA

185

 

8020622

 

 

OPOKU-BONSU ANGELA

27

 

8015040

 

 

OPOKU-DARKO GEOFFERY

11

 

8001076

 

 

OPPONG FREDA FREMAH

620

 

8026229

 

 

OPPONG LORRETA

12

 

8004243

 

 

OPPONG-BRENYA GERDA

21

 

8001818

 

 

OPPONG-BRENYAH MARTHA

569

 

8028555

 

 

ORACCA-TETTEH LESLEY

78

 

8000577

 

 

OSAE YAW

336

 

8005851

 

 

OSEI AMOASI MARGARET

788

 

8027620

 

 

OSEI ANTHONY ADDAI

545

 

8015453

 

 

OSEI DICKSON KWAKU

723

 

8027181

 

 

OSEI ELIZABETH ABENA

411

 

8003248

 

 

OSEI ISAAC NANA

567

 

8015731

 

 

OSEI KYEI NANCY

678

 

8019399

 

 

OSEI THEOPHILUS BOATENG

203

 

8002620

 

 

OSEI TUT AGYEMAN

742

 

8008028

 

 

OSEI-DARKO WILLIAM

686

 

8008743

 

 

OSEI-OWUSU AMANDA

507

 

8006788

 

 

OSEI-POKU ABIGAIL

19

 

8002384

 

 

OSEI-WUSU ANITA

568

 

8026440

 

 

OSEKRE EDWIN ADJETEY

674

 

8021933

 

 

OSMAN ABIDEEN

710

 

8000119

 

 

OSMAN SHAFIC

271

 

8008384

 

 

OTOO CHERYL

701

 

8027464

 

 

OTOO PRISCA ANNA

772

 

8004405

 

 

OTOO SHEILA NARTEY

46

 

8017649

 

 

OTSIWAH OFORI FRED

8

 

8004813

 

 

OWIREDU-AIDOO EBO ASSIREDU

385

 

8003725

 

 

OWUSU BENJAMIN EPTON

468

 

8020456

 

 

OWUSU DAVID BOAGYE

427

 

8026793

 

 

OWUSU ERIC

147

 

8015248

 

 

OWUSU ESTHER

767

 

8027594

 

 

OWUSU FRANCIS

778

 

8024774

 

 

OWUSU GODFRED

201

 

8019926

 

 

OWUSU GODWIN SELASE

466

 

8020889

 

 

OWUSU JESSE NANA YAW

572

 

8024672

 

 

OWUSU REGINA

596

 

8027155

 

 

OWUSU-ACHEAMPONG AMA

768

 

8028866

 

 

OWUSU-ASANTE EMILIO KWAKU

751

 

8013096

 

 

OWUSU-FRIMPONG MICHAEL

56

 

8002543

 

 

OWUSU-PREMPEH BOAKYE AKUA

655

 

8017756

 

 

OWUSU-YEBOA OSREMA

770

 

8005175

 

 

PAA-WILLIE BENJAMIN KWADWO

63

 

8008616

 

 

PAINTSIL PHILOMENA RICHLOVE

763

 

8017973

 

 

PARKINS ANITA JENNIFER

395

 

8018771

 

 

PATRICK ADIITA

122

 

8023094

 

 

PATTY MARYAM

494

 

8027583

 

 

PERPETUAL BOAA ANTWI

124

 

8019901

 

 

PEWU LINDA

32

 

8006291

 

 

PLANCE RAPHAEL AN-NUNANG

653

 

8027654

 

 

PLANGE MARGUERITA NAA TSAAKOR TAYLOR

524

 

8026489

 

 

POKU ZELDA MARIA

215

 

8018922

 

 

POTAKEY DORINDA SEYERAM

316

 

8020803

 

 

PRISCILLA HAGAN

789

 

8025677

 

 

QUAGRAINE GIDEON NANA KOFI EDU

760

 

8028940

 

 

QUANSAH JENNIFER

111

 

8002209

 

 

QUARM KWAME AGYEVI

590

 

8023741

 

 

QUARSHIE LAWRENCE

748

 

8021939

 

 

QUAYE ESTHER AKWELEY

53

 

8009912

 

 

QUAYE OFORI JUSTICE

609

 

8001588

 

 

QUAYE RAYMOND

189

 

8004941

 

 

QUAYSON GERTRUDE

443

 

8012762

 

 

RAHAEL OFOSU

267

 

8025827

 

 

RAHAMAN SUMAILA NAMBE

256

 

8024260

 

 

RAMADAN MOHAMMED

294

 

8012248

 

 

REINDORF-SAM

633

 

8024878

 

 

RIBERO-ABBAM DELPHINA NANA KENSIMA

142

 

8014962

 

 

SAAH ISABELLA

285

 

8023290

 

 

SACKEY GLORIA

492

 

8026542

 

 

SACKEY-ACQUAH CHRISTIANA

499

 

8009085

 

 

SADIGUE A. ADAM

693

 

8021701

 

 

SAEED ABDUL-LATIF ADAM

179

 

8007927

 

 

SAFO AKUA FRIMPOMAA

126

 

8013177

 

 

SAFOA ABIGAIL AKUA

338

 

8022896

 

 

SAFOAH VERA OHENEBA

98

 

8017918

 

 

SAGARY-NOKOE THEOPHILUS

629

 

8026865

 

 

SAGOE RAYMOND

38

 

8001378

 

 

SAIBU BERNARD NAASARA

413

 

8011439

 

 

SAKYI EMMANUEL NANA YAW AFENYI

752

 

8022162

 

 

SALIA MAAMA

783

 

8024930

 

 

SALIA MILDRED SONGSORE

388

 

8010954

 

 

SALIAH NABEELA SAKUON

248

 

8010116

 

 

SALIFU ASHETU

581

 

8027377

 

 

SALLEY KATUMI

109

 

8021353

 

 

SAMLAFO EDEM YAO

617

 

8023089

 

 

SAMUEL KWADWO OFORI

148

 

8021579

 

 

SARBAH KENNETH NII KWEI

68

 

8002995

 

 

SARKODIE RICHMOND

212

 

8018874

 

 

SAWYERR RUTH ABA TOBI

670

 

8002821

 

 

SCHANDORF ANGELA OBOSHIE

446

 

8004146

 

 

S-DARKO JANNIFER GOLDENA

755

 

8026991

 

 

SEIDU ANASS

232

 

8025108

 

 

SEIDU NURIDEEN PELPUO

80

 

8011001

 

 

SEINI SHERIFF AHMED

82

 

8011290

 

 

SENOO SELORM KORKU

404

 

8015013

 

 

SERBEH-BOATENG JUDE

343

 

8009851

 

 

SIAW RUTH

15

 

8006218

 

 

SIAW SETH

162

 

8016513

 

 

SONO ABIGAIL NYANTAKYIWAA

335

 

8024627

 

 

SORKPOR RANSFORD ELI

628

 

8022139

 

 

SOSU ANGELA ELIKPLIM

437

 

8004912

 

 

STEPHENS EL-SHADDAI NSIA

559

 

8024122

 

 

SULEMANA ABDUL KARIM

580

 

8027887

 

 

SUMALIA MICHAEL NLASIA

390

 

8020314

 

 

SUMANI GIFTY HAJA

503

 

8007411

 

 

TACKEY STEPHANIE ANGELA AKU ANSABA

262

 

8008945

 

 

TAMATEY NICHOLAS

543

 

8011007

 

 

TAWIAH BETTY NAAKOR

616

 

8010645

 

 

TEI-KWAPONG PATRICIA

246

 

8000907

 

 

TENGEY JONAH

716

 

8028421

 

 

TENU CHEERFUL

471

 

8012308

 

 

TETTEH CYNTHIA

786

 

8009699

 

 

TETTEH EPHRAIM KWABLAH

261

 

8024560

 

 

TETTEH SANDRA KORKOR

170

 

8006477

 

 

TEYE VIVIAN AYERKIE

144

 

8005061

 

 

TIA ROBERT SULE

22

 

8006513

 

 

TIJANI AHMED

731

 

8025850

 

 

TOPPAR JACQUELINE

454

 

8002936

 

 

TORGBUI MICHAEL

746

 

8025772

 

 

TOTIME ROBERT ATSU

282

 

8019727

 

 

TSAWUDZI KWAKU ROBERT

735

 

8025718

 

 

TSEKPETSE ANTHONY WORLANYO

438

 

8017101

 

 

TSETSE PROSPER KOMLA NORMAN

457

 

8019412

 

 

TSEWU DESMOND KWAKU

35

 

8003405

 

 

TULASI ESTHER EDEM

410

 

8018930

 

 

TURKSON EMMA ADJOA

506

 

8019565

 

 

TWENEBOAH KODUA NANA ABENA AYIWAAH

743

 

8019382

 

 

TWUM BARIMAH MAAME DARKWAA AKOSUA

450

 

8023240

 

 

UKOBO UWAKMFON GODWIN

781

 

8100756

 

 

VANDA-ICE IDDRIS SAMUEL

198

 

8009497

 

 

VAN-LARE GERALD

526

 

8022137

 

 

VITOH PRISCILLA AKUA

167

 

8007099

 

 

WAMPAH ASARE JUDE

354

 

8011299

 

 

WARAKA ANDREWS KWADZO ASIAM

793

 

8026302

 

 

WOODE RICHMOND

31

 

8005333

 

 

WORLANYO DAVID

691

 

8017204

 

 

XATSE PAULA DZIFA ABENA

605

 

8019447

 

 

YAKUBU ISSRISU

165

 

8002789

 

 

YAMOAH MICHAEL

508

 

8023161

 

 

YANKAH MAAME ADJOA NYAKOA

60

 

8000602

 

 

YEBOAH FELIX AKOSAH

407

 

8013060

 

 

YEBOAH FRANCIS ACHEAMPONG

93

 

8001760

 

 

YEBOAH FRANK

433

 

8017792

 

 

YEBOAH HAYFORD

664

 

8001789

 

 

YEBOAH-ASUAMAH CELESTINE

156

 

8011491

 

 

YORMABU EDITH

741

 

8025319

 

 

YUSSIF ABDUL-RAZAK BAWA

209

 

8016240

 

 

ZIBRIM RUFAYI

555

 

8001744

 

 

ZOKLI VERA SELORM

240

 

8025983

 

 

58th Volta Hall Week and Alumnae Fun Day

Starting April 20, 2017 - Ending April 20, 2018

As Part of the 58th Volta Hall Week Celebrations, Volta Hall and Her Alumnae invite you to a Fun Day

Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017.

Time: 6.30 A.M.

Venue:  Volta Hall. 

 

Exciting activities lined up for the day include:

 

·        Aerobics

.        Indoor and outdoor games

·        Interaction with students in residence/Mentoring/Networking

·        Music and Dancing

·        Side attraction: Treasure Hunt

 

Free breakfast (koko and koose) will be served, there will also be kenkey buffet shortly after the fun activities

 

All Volta Hall ladies with vision and style; students, Fellows, Alumnae and Associates are especially encouraged to be present.

 

Come and be part of the fun!!! You cannot miss this!!!!

 

 

Institute of Applied Science and Technology Industry- Academia Interaction Series

Starting April 19, 2017 - Ending April 19, 2018

Members of the University community are hereby invited to the third Industry-Academia Interaction Series (IAIS) hosted by the Institute of Applied Science and Technology.  

The IAIS is meant to provide a platform for presenting and discussing high-level research collaborations between local and international companies, and the UG research community. 

The upcoming Interaction session will receive a presentation from prominent industry members such as the CEO of Kantanka Group, CEO of Ghana Regional Appropriate Technology Industrial Service (GRATIS) and Founder of MCHAMMAH Engineering Company Ltd. These companies are Ghanaian-owned conglomerate and leading manufacturers of specialized goods and services for industries such as agriculture/agro processing, environment and sanitation equipment, automobile and other associated services. There will be a plenary discussion as part of the programme followed by an exhibition of locally manufactured products.

                                                                                                          

Date:      Thursday 27th April, 2017

Time:      9:00 am –12:00 noon

Venue:   Centre for African Wetlands

SPEAKERS: Mr. Ebenezer Kakrah Hammah (Founder of MCHAMMAH Engineering Company Ltd), Nana Kwadwo Safo Junior (CEO of Kantanka Group) and Dr. Emmanuel Asiedu (CEO of Ghana Regional Appropriate Technology Industrial Service (GRATIS) )

 

For further information, please contact Miss. Bertha Tamakloe on 0541 363 432 or e-mail iast@ug.edu.gh.

 

Please click here for more details

Please click here for the publicity poster

 

 

Centre for European Studies - Second Lecture Series

Starting April 19, 2017 - Ending April 19, 2018

The Centre for European Studies is pleased to invite all faculty members and students of the University community to its Second Lecture Series for the year 2017.

This lecture is being organized in partnership with the German Embassy in Ghana under the theme: European Union and Africa Union: A Comparative Study and Lessons for the Africa Union.  The schedule is as follows:

 

Speaker: Dr. Juliana Asante, Research Fellow, LECIAD

Date: Tuesday, 25th April, 2017

Time: 3pm

Venue: Kofi Drah Conference Hall, Department of Political Science, UG

Chairperson: Prof. Henrietta Mensah Bonsu

 

Formed in the early 1950s with six founding countries, the European Union (EU) has grown in terms of membership and size. Indeed, the EU today serves as a powerful politico-economic union of close to thirty member states in Europe. It has developed several initiatives and interventions that have strengthened the Union as a powerful bloc in world politics. These, inter alia, include an internal single market through a standardized system of laws that apply in all member states, and policies aimed at ensuring free movement of people, goods, services and capital within the internal market. 

Similarly, the African Union (AU) is a continental Union of over fifty African countries formed in 2001 to replace the Organization of African Unity (OAU). The AU has several objectives, notable among them include achieving greater unity and solidarity among African countries; promoting sustainable development at the socio-economic and cultural levels; and advancing the development of the continent through research.

Even though the AU seems to have been modeled along the lines of the EU, the two bodies appear asymmetrical. What are the similarities and differences between the two? Why is one more powerful than the other? How can the weaker one be strengthened as a powerful bloc? These and other thought-provoking questions would be answered as part of discussions and contributions expected to ensue after the lecture.

The event is expected to be attended by over 300 participants comprising students and faculty of the University of Ghana, heads and country representatives of the European Union in Ghana, AU officials, civil society, policy makers, and media practitioners.

We hope all would bring their rich experiences to bear on the discussions that would ensue after the lecture.

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Computer Science - Regular,Evening and Weekend Courses

Starting April 7, 2017 - Ending April 7, 2018

The Department of Computer Science is organizing regular, evening and weekend programmes on various courses from 15th May, 2017 to 30th June, 2017.

Please click here to access the full list of programmes

 

 

 

University of Ghana Pan African Doctoral Academy (UG-PADA) Invitation to Participate In the June 2017 Doctoral Schools

Starting April 5, 2017 - Ending April 5, 2018

 

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA PAN AFRICAN DOCTORAL ACADEMY (UG-PADA)

INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE JUNE 2017 DOCTORAL SCHOOLS

 

The University of Ghana (UG) is pleased to announce the ninth and tenth in the series of Doctoral Schools run by the UG-Pan African Doctoral Academy (UG-PADA)

The Schools are open to PhD candidates from Universities in Africa with particular focus on West African Universities.

 

Modules Available:

Each Module will be run over a one week period starting June 12th-16th, and June 18th-23rd, 2017.

 

The available Modules are: 

 

SCHOOL 1: June 12th  to 16th, 2017

 

 Title

 

1

Managing the Doctoral Process (including Managing Literature Review )

 PhD  Year 1 & 2 students

2

Quantitative Research Techniques Using SPSS

PhD Year 2&3  students

3

Communicating Research Results: Science

PhD (Science) students

4

Innovative Thinking

All PhD students

5

Academic Writing

 

   

SCHOOL 2: June 19th to 23rd, 2017.

 

 Title

Eligibility

1

Leadership Skills and Issues in Career Development for the Emerging Scholar

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

2

Qualitative Research Methodology

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

3

Presentation Skills (Including Conference Presentations-Oral /Poster Preparations)

All PhD students

4

Use of Selected Computer Packages for Research Data Analysis (Please select a package)

i.      R

ii.    Atlas.ti

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

5

Evidence Synthesis

All PhD students

 

Interested candidates may select up to two modules per School in order of preference.

Candidates are advised to apply early as space is limited and will be offered strictly on a first-come-first served basisThe UG-PADA reserves the right to drop undersubscribed modules.  Should this happen, students registered for such modules will be offered alternative modules.

 

Fees Structure

 

A/ Ghanaian Applicants

All Ghanaian applicants will be expected to pay a subsidized fee of $100.00 only per School, to cover Course fees including lunch and course materials.

 

University of Ghana applicants on Carnegie Scholarship may use part of their funding to cover the Course fees.

 

B/ External Applicants

All other applicants from any African country other than Ghana will be expected to pay a subsidized Course fee of $100.00 only per School.  In addition to the subsidy on the Course fees, participants will be provided with:

1.      Accommodation in a Students Hall of Residence

2.      Breakfast and Lunch

 

Mode of application:

Interested candidates must complete the UG-PADA application form available below and submit electronically to: ugpada@ug.edu.gh

Download Application form here

 

Alternatively application forms can be accessed by clicking on this link

Recommendation page can also be accessed by clicking on this link

 

The Application Deadline is: April 30th, 2017.

 

For further enquiries you may kindly contact: ugpada@ug.edu.gh.

 

Please click here for course description

 

Please click here for a publicity poster

 

 

 

School of Public Health - Implementation Research Workshop 29 May – 2 June 2017

Starting April 5, 2017 - Ending April 5, 2018
 

UG/SPH has developed a 5 day short course on Implementation Research in order to facilitate the dissemination of the concept among the main stakeholders, academic and research institutions and public health practitioners.

The Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR) is co-sponsored by UNICEF, UNDP, the World Bank and WHO. With its new strategy, TDR aims to foster an effective global research effort on infectious diseases of poverty and promote the translation of innovation to health impact in disease endemic countries. This is implemented through two main complementary and interacting lines of activity: (i) intervention and implementation research; and (ii) research capacity strengthening and knowledge management.

 

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Extension of Call for Papers: 3rd International Research Conference Of The College Of Humanities, University Of Ghana

Starting April 5, 2017 - Ending April 5, 2018
CALL FOR PAPERS: 3RD INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE OF THE COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA
ISSER CONFERENCE FACILITY
July 18-20, 2017
HUMANITIES RESEARCH AND THE NEW WAVES OF GLOBALIZATION
 

The College of Humanities of the University of Ghana is pleased to issue a Call for Papers for its 3rd Annual International Research Conference on the theme Humanities research and new waves of globalization. The event will provide a global platform for academics, practitioners, policy makers, and students to share their research on issues that confront Development in Africa given the evolving undercurrents of increased world integration.

 

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International Conference on Climate Change and Sustainable Development in Africa (ICCCSDA)

Starting April 4, 2017 - Ending April 4, 2018

The Unversity of Energy and Natural Resources, Sunyani, Ghana announces it's International Conference on Climate Change and Sustainable Development in Africa (ICCCSDA).

The conference seeks to bring together academics, practitioners, policymakers and students to explore ways to strengthen Africa's adaptive capacity to sustain development gains.

Theme: Climate Change and Sustainable Development: Strengthening Africa's Adaptive Capacity.

Date: 25th - 28th July 2017

Venue: Eusbett International Conference Centre, Sunyani

 

Please click here to view the poster for the event.

 

 

College of Humanities Dialogue Series - Dialogue 6

Starting April 3, 2017 - Ending April 3, 2018

Members of the University community are hereby invited to the 6th Dialogue series of the College of Humanities on the theme:

The Mobile Money Industry in Africa

Date: Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Time: 3:00 pm

Venue: School of Law Auditorium

 

Speakers:

Mr. Millison Narh, First Deputy governor, Bank of Ghana

Mr. Eli Hini, General Manager, MTN Mobile Financial Services

Mr. Berthold P.J Gadagbui, Head of Mobile Money Services, Ecobank Ghana Limited.

Professor Godfred A. Bokpin, Head, Department of Finance, University of Ghana Business School

 

All are cordially invited

 

 

Admissions Into Diploma in General Agriculture (Sandwich)

Starting March 29, 2017 - Ending March 29, 2018

The University of Ghana will run the Diploma in General Agriculture (Sandwich) programme on the main University Campus at Legon, at the School of Agriculture (College of Basic & Applied Sciences), during the long vacation - June to August 2017. The Diploma in Agriculture is a 3-Semester (long vacations) intensive programme. As part of the programme, students will also be required to undertake a 12-week field attachment on a recognized farm, Research Institute or related institutions after the second semester.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

The following 3 categories of applicants may apply:

Category A

     i.   WASSCE/SSSCE Applicants:

SSSCE Holders:

a. Passes (A-D) in six (6) subjects, including English Language, Mathematics and    Science; and

b.   At least three (3) of the subjects may include one or two of Chemistry, Physics and Elective Mathematics.

WASSCE Holders:

  1. Passes (A1-D7) in six (6) subjects, including English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science; and
  2. At least three (3) of the passes may include one or two of Chemistry, Physics and Elective Mathematics. Applicants in this category will not be required to take any entrance examination. Selection will be based on results submitted by the close of applications.
  3. Applicants who have a pass in only one or two of the elective subjects under (b) should in addition have a minimum of D or D7 in one or two of the following subjects:

Biology

General Agriculture

Crop Husbandry and Horticulture

Forestry, Animal Husbandry

Economics

Geography

Fisheries

 

Category B

Applicants who have Post-Secondary Teacher Training Certificate ‘A’ or Agricultural College Certificate will not be required to write any entrance examination. Selection will be based on certificates which are available by the close of applications. Applicants in this category are required to scan and attach their certificate to the online application form.        

 

Category C

Applicants who do not meet the requirements under categories A or B stated above will be required to write and pass a competitive entrance examination to be conducted by the School of Agriculture, University of Ghana, Legon.

 

HOW TO APPLY

i) GHANAIAN APPLICANTS RESIDENT IN GHANA

University of Ghana online application E-VOUCHERS can be obtained by Ghanaian applicants for GH¢200.00 at the following banks: Ecobank, HFC Bank, ADB, GCB, Zenith Bank, Merchant Bank, UniBank, Prudential Bank, Universal Merchant Bank and Fidelity Bank, and follow the instructions given. After the application has been submitted on-line, the e-voucher should be kept in a safe place as it may be required by applicants when assessing their admission status at a later date.

 

ii)  GHANAIANS APPLYING FROM ABROAD

Ghanaians applying from abroad should visit the University’s website at http://admission.ug.edu.gh and follow the instructions given.

 

All relevant certificates are to be scanned and attached to the online application form. All applicants are expected to pay to the University a non-refundable application processing fee of US$110.00. This fee can be paid directly or wire transferred into the University of Ghana ECOBANK Account. Details of the Account are:

 

                        Account Name:                       University of Ghana Foreign Students Account

                        Account Number:                   0161014409780401

                        Bank Details:                          Ecobank Ghana Limited, Legon Branch

                        Swift:                                      ECOCGHAC

 

            Or        International Transfer through Ecobank (0161014409780401 or 0161094409780403

 

                        Or        Payment with Credit Card on the GT payment platform

 

The pay-in-slips together with applicants’ certificates/result slips should be scanned and attached to the application form before submission online. The certificates/results slips should be scanned into one PDF or WORD document and attached to the application form.

Note that no application will be processed without proof of payment of the fee.      

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS

All applicants must ensure that their online applications are correctly filled and receipt acknowledged on submission. Where in doubt please contact the School of Agriculture, University of Ghana, Legon.

DEADLINE

Applications for the Diploma in General Agriculture Programmes must be submitted by Monday April 24, 2017.

Category C applicants who will be writing the Competitive Entrance Examination are expected to report for the examination at 8.00AM ON SATURDAY April 29, 2017 at the School of Agriculture, University of Ghana, Legon.

 

REGISTRAR

School of Performing Arts International Conference

Starting March 27, 2017 - Ending March 27, 2018

The School of Performing Arts invites the University community and the general public to its International Conference

Theme: Interdisciplinary in the Arts. Academy and Industry

Date: April 6 - 8, 2017

Venue: School of Performing Arts

Time: 8:00 am

Please click here for the publicity banner

 

 

8th CBAS Lecture to be delivered by Professor Erasmus Okine, Vice-President, (Research), University of Lethbridge

Starting March 21, 2017 - Ending March 29, 2018

Date: March 28, 2017
Time: 3:30 pm
Venue: Auditorium of the Centre for African Wetlands

Chairman: Professor Daniel Kwadwo Asiedu, Provost, College of Basic and Applied Sciences
Topic:  Challenges and opportunities for the comprehensive universities: Planning for the future and unleashing excellence.

Abstract

Universities remain critical for the future of our societies and remain as prominent representatives of societal aspirations. In universities we seek knowledge, educate citizens, ask big questions facing society and push the limits of human understanding and knowledge. Indeed, we provide the tools for critical thinking and analyses, provide global perspectives, and continuous learning and lifelong learning ambitions.

Employers, however, are grappling with both the shortage of skilled workers and skill gaps in the workers they employ. Specifically, the skill gaps have been reported to be very evident in technical, job specific skills and the so-called soft skills.

Universities, thus, face several challenges including; the expectations of students to be provided with experiences that justify their presence on our campuses; increased societal expectations that see universities as glorified trade schools, and the demands that most of our research misses what matters most to society. 

We will discuss the challenges and opportunities that universities face in their quest to be relevant, and responsive to meet the priorities being advanced by society by building unique student experiences, enhancing our academic programming, connecting to the communities we serve and enhancing our research culture.

 

Profile

One of the Canada’s top agricultural researchers and a proven cultivator of undergraduate and graduate student research, Prof. Erasmus Okine is currently Vice-President (Research) joining the University of Lethbridge from the University of Alberta, both in Canada. At the University of Alberta, he served in a dual capacity as the Associate Vice-President (Research) and Associate Vice-President (Academic).

In his role as Vice-President (Research), Prof. Okine leads a team that constantly strives to provide co-ordination and direction, through broader themes of interdisciplinary approaches, effective collaborations, within and across faculties, new partnerships, new opportunities with industry partners, communities, provincially, nationally and internationally, to further enhance the University of Lethbridge research successes and fulfill the vision of being Alberta’s Destination University.

A native of Ghana, Prof. Okine completed his Bachelor of Science (1978) and Master of Science (1981) in Animal Science at the University of Ghana in Legon, followed by his PhD (1990) in Animal Nutrition and Digestive Physiology at the University of Alberta. He served as Chair of the Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science (AFNS) at the University of Alberta from 2005 to 2014.

Prof. Okine’s research interests focus on topics relevant to world agriculture, including providing insights into mechanisms controlling animal productivity; elucidating the roles of the key enzymes involved in marbling and synthesis of sub-cutaneous adipose tissue in beef cattle; and methane emission and mitigation in the ruminant animal, especially in beef cattle. Prof. Okine has mentored over 32 PhD and MSc students in his laboratory, has more than 120 peer-reviewed papers and over 200 published abstracts.

Prof. Okine has received a number of awards over the course of his career, including the Alberta Premier’s Silver Award for Excellence in Agricultural Research (2000), being named a Fellow of the Canadian Society of Animal Science in 2009 and Fellow of the International College of Nutrition (2006).

Live Streaming of 2017 Aggrey Fraser Guggisberg Memorial Lectures

Starting March 21, 2017 - Ending March 21, 2018

It is announced for the information of the University community and the general public that the 2017 Aggrey-Fraser-Guggisberg Memorial Lectures to be delivered by Dr. Yumkella will be streamed live on the University's youtube channel on both days of the lecture from 5:00pm.

Please click here to access the stream

 

 

Second School of Languages Conference (SOLCON II)

Starting March 20, 2017 - Ending March 20, 2018

The School of Languages and the Language Centre of the College of Humanities, University of Ghana, invite proposals for individual papers, panels and poster sessions for the Second School of Languages Conference (SOLCON II), to be held from 24th - 26th of October, 2017 at the University of Ghana, Legon Campus, Accra.

The conference which is on the theme "Proverbs across Cultures: Perspectives from Language, Linguistics and Literature" seeks to bring together researchers, scholars, students, public speakers, and traditional spokes persons to discuss the theme in terms of theory, practice and performance in an intellectually stimulating interdisciplinary setting. As part of the conference, a colloquium on the theme " Sanitizing public discourse in contemporary societies: The role of proverbs" will be organized.

 

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International Week Celebration 2017

Starting March 17, 2017 - Ending March 17, 2018

As a precursor to its official anniversary events, the International Programmes office will hold its annual International Week from March 20 - 25, 2017. This is to showcase the University's internationalisation efforts and to give our students the opportunity to market their universities and home countries to the University community.

The Office of Dean of International Programmes invites you all to be part of this celebration. Kindly use the links below to access the programme outline and other details

Please click here to access the programme outline

Please click here to access the publicity banner for the celebrations

Please click here to access details for the roundtable discussion during the celebrations

 

 

School Of Nursing and Midwifery Public Lecture to be delivered by Prof. Judy Mill (University of Alberta Faculty of Nursing)

Starting March 16, 2017 - Ending March 16, 2018

Members of the University Community are hereby invited to a Public Lecture to be delivered by Prof. Judy Mill (University of Alberta Faculty of Nursing).

TOPIC:  Developing a global health research program: ‘Drafting at sea’ or ‘swimming in information’

DATE:                   Tuesday March 28, 2017

TIME:                    2.00PM -4.00PM

VENUE:                 ISSER Conference Hall

CHAIRMAN:       Rev. Prof.  P.F. Ayeh-Kumi, Provost, College of Health Sciences

 

All are cordially invited.

 

ABSTRACT

In this presentation, the researcher will discuss the rationale for integrating a global perspective in research programs. She would review the meaning of global health research and related concepts. The opportunities in global health and some of the tensions as well as challenges inherent to doing global research will be highlighted. Finally, she would provide an example of a global research program from her perspective as a professor in nursing.

 

PROFILE OF PROFESSOR JUDY MILL

 

Prof. Judy Mill’s research program has focused on the social, political, cultural and economic determinants of HIV infection in vulnerable populations. Her recent research projects have been located in both Canadian and international settings and have focused on: the influence of stigma on the vulnerability to HIV; stigma as a barrier to access health services by persons with HIV; the involvement of nurses in HIV policy development in sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean; and the role of mentorship as an intervention to reduce stigma in HIV care. Judy has expertise in qualitative methodologies and community-based research that incorporates opportunities for capacity building in the design. In addition to her public nursing experience in Canada, Judy has worked for 8 years on international health projects in Ghana, Malawi, Rwanda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Judy is a Professor Emeritus in the faculty of Nursing at the University of Alberta, where she was the Associate Dean, Global Health from 2007 – 2012.

 

Professor Judy Mill’s affiliation with the School of Nursing and Midwifery dates back to 1999 when the then School of Nursing initiated a collaboration with the University of Alberta Faculty of Nursing, Canada, which culminated in the development of the MPhil Nursing programme, the first of its kind in Ghana at the University of Ghana in 2000. The collaboration also incorporated an exchange of graduate students from the School of Nursing and Midwifery, College of Health Sciences to the University of Alberta Faculty of Nursing for a six (6) week thesis proposal development project, whilst undergraduate students of the University of Alberta Faculty of Nursing visit Ghana through the School of Nursing and Midwifery for six (6) weeks for clinical experiences in selected hospitals and clinics in Accra. The two institutions are currently collaborating to develop a PhD programme in Nursing at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, College of Health Sciences, University of Ghana. The PhD draft curriculum is currently going through the approval processes of the University.

 

 

Admission into the Master of Arts (M.A) Programme in conference interpreting 2017 / 2018 academic year

Starting March 15, 2017 - Ending March 15, 2018

I. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE INTERPRETING PROGRAMME

 

  • A good first degree, at least Second Class Lower Division (in any subject) or its equivalent.
  • In addition, applicants will take a written aptitude test, and will be interviewed.

Nature of Programme and Duration

The Master of Arts in Conference Interpreting is a 24-month (or 4-semester) professional interpreter-training programme leading to the award of an M.A. in Conference Interpreting. The new academic year will begin in August 2017 and will be run on FULL-TIME and RESIDENTIAL/ NON-RESIDENTIAL basis.

II. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS                        

In addition to the above Entry Requirements, candidates should take note of the following Language Requirements:

The active languages offered on the programme are English and French. Candidates may present other working languages (Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic). The applicant shall have:

 

EITHER

Language Combination Option I

a. one language A – (First active language - Language of Highest Competence & Intuition) into which they shall interpret from the language(s) B (and/or C) and

b. one language B (Second active language - Language of High Competence) into which they shall interpret from the language A. Applicants should have spent at least one year in a country in which language B is widely spoken ;

OR

Language Combination option II

c. one language A (Active language - Language of Highest Competence & Intuition) into which they shall interpret from the languages C and

d. two languages C (Passive Languages – Languages of good level of proficiency) from which they shall interpret into the language A.

 

Evaluation of Applications:

Candidates who meet the above requirements may submit, in addition to the filled Application Form:

• A detailed CV;                              

• An application letter stating reasons for applying for the programme (Translation or Conference Interpreting) and indicating their languages

   A, B and/or C.

Applications that are lacking one of these will be rejected.

Eligible applicants will be admitted to the Programme subject to passing a competitive written Entrance Examination and an Oral Interview

For candidates with combination A and B, Preference will be given to applicants who meet two of the following criteria:

• have spent a considerable period of time in a country of their language B (several years)

• have daily contact with their language B (bilingual family, constant use at workplace)

• have a degree in their language B

This will be taken into consideration in assessing the acceptability of the application submitted.

 

III. COMPETITIVE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION & INTERVIEW    

The Competitive Entrance Examination & Interview will take place mid-May 2017, at the Maison Française, Reginald Amonoo Building, University of Ghana. Candidates will:

(a) sit for a written test;

(b) be interviewed on their general background and general knowledge based on questions drawn up by the selection committee;

(c) be tested on Memory Exercises to assess their proficiency in their working languages and their capacity to analyse, memorize and render information in a coherent way.

It is expected that all applicants will arrange to be in Accra, Ghana within the period stated above.

The results of the Examination and interview will be communicated individually to candidates by email, and posted on the Notice Board of the Maison Française, Reginald Amonoo Building, University of Ghana by 31st May, 2017.

 

FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information please contact the Programme Coordinator on the following lines:

+233 244 732 600 or by email: ryennah@ug.edu.gh copy to e.kouaovi@aiic.net

You may also visit the Website of the French Department: www.ug.edu.gh/french

 

IV. HOW TO APPLY

 

1. GHANAIAN APPLICANTS

On-line application e-vouchers can be obtained by Ghanaian applicants for GH¢200.00 at the following banks: Ecobank, HFC Bank, Agricultural Development Bank, Unibank, Ghana Commercial Bank and Fidelity Bank. Applicants should follow carefully the instructions on the voucher.

Applicants must in addition submit the following documents to the School of Graduate Studies.

i. Two (2) scanned copies of Certificate authenticated by institution awarding degree

ii. Two (2) scanned copies of original Transcript.

iii. Three (3) Referee Reports

iv. “Proof of submission of application” form.

N.B. Kindly write your serial number as it appears on the e-voucher on all the above documents before submitting them. The name of the programme being applied for and your telephone number should also be written on all the documents.

 

2. INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS AND GHANAIANS APPLYING FROM ABROAD

This category of applicants should visit the School of Graduate Studies, University of Ghana website at  http://sgs.ug.edu.gh to download the Graduate application form. After completion, the form should be sent to the address below with a non-refundable application fee of US$ 110.00 in Travelers’ cheques or International money order. Applicants can also pay directly or wire transfer into the UNIVERSITY OF GHANA ECOBANK ACCOUNT.

 

Details of the Account are;

Account Name:        University of Ghana Foreign Students Account

Account Number:     0161014409780401

Bank details:            Ecobank Ghana Limited, Legon Branch

Swift:                       ECOCGHAC

 

The pay-in slip should be attached to the application form before posting it to the address below:

3. All applicants who graduated from the University of Ghana from 1996 to date should indicate their ‘STUDENT IDENTITY NUMBERS’ on their forms before submission.

 

APPLICATION FEES Cost of E-voucher

M.A. Conference Interpreting / Translation                                  GH¢ 200.00

International Applicants and Ghanaians applying from abroad     US$ 110.00

 

The Postal address to which all international students/Ghanaians living abroad should send their completed application:

The Executive Secretary

School of Graduate Studies

University of Ghana Legon.

E-Mail: sgsadmissions@ug.edu.gh

 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST ENSURE THAT THEIR ON-LINE APPLICATIONS ARE CORRECTLY FILLED AND RECEIPT ACKNOWLEDGED ON SUBMISSION.

KINDLY NOTE THE FOLLOWING DEADLINES AND ADHERE TO THEM STRICTLY

THE CLOSING DATE FOR THE SALE OF E-VOUCHERS BY THE BANKS IS 30th April, 2017.

THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ON-LINE APPLICATIONS FOR THIS PROGRAMME UNDER THIS ARRANGEMENT IS 30th April, 2017

 

TUITION AND OTHER FEES FOR 2017-2018 ARE NOT YET OUT BUT THE FEES FOR 2016-17 ARE INDICATED BELOW TO SERVE AS A GUIDE

 

Ghanaian Applicants  

GH¢7,232.00

Applicants from ECOWAS

US$ 4,738.00

Other African Nationals

US$ 5,975.00

Non-African Nationals

US$ 7,831.00

Other Applicants to inquire from:       sgsadmissions@ug.edu.gh copy to ryennah@ug.edu.gh and e.kouaovi@aiic.net

 

French Translation [PDF]

 

REGISTRAR

Call For Papers: 3rd International Research Conference Of The College Of Humanities, University Of Ghana

Starting March 15, 2017 - Ending March 15, 2018
CALL FOR PAPERS: 3RD INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE OF THE COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA
ISSER CONFERENCE FACILITY
July 18-20, 2017
HUMANITIES RESEARCH AND THE NEW WAVES OF GLOBALIZATION
 

The College of Humanities of the University of Ghana is pleased to issue a Call for Papers for its 3rd Annual International Research Conference on the theme Humanities research and new waves of globalization. The event will provide a global platform for academics, practitioners, policy makers, and students to share their research on issues that confront Development in Africa given the evolving undercurrents of increased world integration.

 

Please click here for more details

 

 

 

Workshop on Computational Techniques in Drug Discovery - University of Ghana Computing Systems (UGCS)

Starting March 14, 2017 - Ending March 14, 2018

 

Interested applicants can register by clicking this link https://goo.gl/tIidiL

 

 

2017 Campus Recruitment by Chinese Enterprises

Starting March 13, 2017 - Ending March 13, 2018

The Confucius Institute is organising a campus recruitment drive by Chinese enterprises as follows:

Date: 18th March 2017

Time: 10 am

Venue: Mensah Sarbah Field

Come and explore internship and employment opportunities, connect with Chinese enterprises and achieve your career goals.

Entry is Free.

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College of Humanities Dialogue Series - Dialogue 5

Starting March 13, 2017 - Ending March 13, 2018

Members of the University community are hereby invited to the 5th Dialogue series of the College of Humanities on the theme:

Retirement at Sixty:  A Blessing or a Curse

Date: Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Time: 3:00 pm

Venue: School of Law Auditorium

Speakers:

Mrs Rose Gomez, Queens International School

Mr. Kwasi Okoh, Managing Director, Aluworks Limited, Tema

Professor Augustin Fosu, Professor, ISSER, University of Ghana

Professor C. Mate-Kole, Director, Centre for Ageing Studies (CFAS), University of Ghana

 

Chairperson: Professor Ellen Bortei-Doku Aryeetey, Centre for Social Policy Studies, University of Ghana

 

All are cordially invited

 

Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD) Public Lecture by Hon. Alban Sumani Bagbin

Starting March 3, 2017 - Ending March 3, 2018

The Legon Centre for International Affairs & Diplomacy hereby invites the University community to a Public Lecture on:

 

International Diplomacy: The Role of the Legislature

By

Hon. Alban S K Bagbin

(Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament)

 

Date: March 28, 2017

Time: 10:30 am

Venue: LECIAD Seminar Room 118 (First Floor)

 

All are cordially invited

 

Please click here to see the poster for the event

 

Public Lecture - School of Pharmacy

Starting March 1, 2017 - Ending March 1, 2018

 

The School of Pharmacy invites the general public to a Public Lecture to be delivered by Dr. Bodin Tueswan of Chulalangkorn University,Thailand as follows:

Date: Thursday 2nd March 2017

Time: 2:00 pm

Venue: ISSER Conference Room

 

All are cordially invited

 

 

Black History Month And Beyond! Institute of African Studies (IAS) Film Festival And Lecture!

Starting March 1, 2017 - Ending March 1, 2018

 

IAS

 

Ever wonder why the people with the longest history on earth have to cram it into the shortest month of the year for Black History Month? Well, at the Institute of African Studies this year (and every year) it's Black History Month and Beyond!!!!

Next week, we will mount our 3rd Annual Black History Month (and Beyond) Film Festival together with a special treat for the very first time as part of the week's activities -- a captivating lecture from the NEW Deputy Chairperson of the African Union, Thomas Kwesi Quartey.

Deputy Chairperson Thomas Kwesi Quartey

What: AU Deputy Chairperson Thomas Kwesi Quartey will be speaking on the topic "From the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade to the AU: Tracing the Interconnecting Cord of Pan-Africanism." In this talk he will educate and explicate about some of the early roots of African Unity!

When: 2 March 2017, 4-6PM Ghana Time

Where: Live and in-person at the Institute of African Studies JHK Nketia Conference Hall (upstairs) and online via Skype Skype: Just add user ias.legon to be linked to the lecture live and to participate in the Q&A!!!

Also, we have an amazing line up of films this year with the theme of "African People Solving African Problems: Lessons in Self-Determination and Self-Sufficiency!"

Black History Month Film Festival

Black History Month and Beyond Film Festival

What: The 3rd Annual Black History Month Film Festival "African People Solving African Problems: Lessons in Self-Determination and Self-Sufficiency!"

When: 27 February - 3 March 2017, 4-6PM Ghana Time

Where: Institute of African Studies - JHK Nketia Conference Hall

The Coconut Revolution (27 February 2017)
This is the modern-day story of a native people’s remarkable victory over Western Colonial power. A Pacific island rose up in arms against giant mining corporation Rio Tinto Zinc (RTZ) - and won despite a military occupation and blockade. When RTZ decided to step up production at the Panguna Mine on the island of Bougainville, they got more than they bargained for. Read more here http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/the-coconut-revolution/

Taking Root: The Vision of Wangari Maathai (28 February 2017)
Taking Root tells the dramatic story of Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai whose simple act of planting trees grew into a nationwide movement to safeguard the environment, protect human rights, and defend democracy—a movement for which this charismatic woman became an iconic inspiration. Read more here: http://takingrootfilm.com/the-film/

The Man Who Stopped the Desert (1 March 2017)
Yacouba Sawadogo, a non-literate farmer from Burkina Faso has transformed the lives of thousands of people across West Africa. Over cinematic reconstruction Sawadogo tells his incredible story of his battle with nature and man. Read more here: http://www.1080films.co.uk/yacoubamovie/

How Cuba Survived Peak Oil (3 March 2017)
When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1990, Cuba's economy went into a tailspin. With imports of oil cut by more than half – and food by 80 percent – people were desperate. This film tells of the hardships and struggles as well as the community and creativity of the Cuban people during this difficult time. Cubans share how they transitioned from a highly mechanized, industrial agricultural system to one using organic methods of farming and local, urban gardens. It is an unusual look into the Cuban culture during this economic crisis, which they call "The Special Period." Read more here: http://www.documentarywire.com/how-cuba-survived-peak-oil/

Be sure to join us all next week for an exciting line-up of films and a thought-provoking lecture!!! 

See you in the place to be at the University of Ghana - Institute of African Studies!!!

 

 

 

Call for Applications: Trans disciplinary Training for Resource Efficiency and Climate Change Adaptation in Africa II (TRECCAFRICA )

Starting February 28, 2017 - Ending February 28, 2018

The Office of Research Innovation and Development is pleased to inform the University Community of the Call for application for the Trans disciplinary Training for Resource Efficiency and Climate Change Adaptation in Africa II mobility scheme (TRECCAfriac II). TRECCAfrica II is part of the Intra-ACP academic mobility scheme which supports higher education cooperation between countries in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP).

The purpose of TRECCAfrica II is to educate and develop young African scholars to understand new approaches through ‘transdisciplinary’ research. The programme ranges across disciplines such as sustainable development, environmental management, renewable energy, food science and technology natural resource assessment, climate and society, biotechnology, agro-ecology, soil physics, microbiology and veterinary medicine.

 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

You are eligible if you are a citizen of the following countries: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/intcoop/acp/21_01/default_en.htm

SCHOLARSHIP

The scholarship covers the following:

·         Air Ticket: Round trip economy class flight ticket and visa costs.

·         Participation costs: academic expenses such as tuition fees, registration fees and service fees where applicable.

·         Medical Insurance: This covers the period of mobility

·         Monthly subsistence allowance: to cover accommodation and living expenses for the mobility period: €600 Masters, €900 Doctorates, €1 000 Staff.

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

The application process is electronic, click here to apply: http://www.treccafr ica.up.pt/apply

Please carefully read the Guidelines for the full application process http://www.treccafrica.up.pt/file/download/3?pwd=ad9ed967bded46bf151b1fc30b1528c9

APPLICATION DEADLINE

Interested persons are to submit their applications not latest by Monday 20th March 2017.

 

CONTACTS

·         Ms Norma Derby (nderby@sun.ac.za), Coordinator: Intra Africa Mobility Centre for Collaboration in Africa Stellenbosch University International Tel +27 21 808 9155/2565

·         Ms Empi Baryeh (Ebaryeh@ug.edu.gh) Project Administrator, University of Ghana

·         Amma Appah (aaappah@ug.edu.gh) University of Ghana

 Coordinating Institution: Stellenbosch University

·         www.sun.ac.za/international,  

·         http://www.treccafrica.up.pt/

 

 

 

Please click here to access poster 

 

 

Inter-College Lecture Series, College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Starting February 24, 2017 - Ending February 24, 2018

The next Inter -College Lecture will be delivered by Prof. Robert Kingsford-Adaboh, Acting Dean of the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences in the College of Basic and Applied Sciences.

 

Topic: From Folkloric Anecdotes to Pharmacological agents. The Role of X-ray Crystallography.

 

Date: Thursday, March 2, 2017

Time: 4:30 pm

Venue: ISSER Conference Hall

Chairman: Prof. Daniel K. Asiedu, Provost, College of Basic and Applied Sciences

 

All are cordially invited.

 

Please click here to access the calendar of Scholarly Lectures

 

ABSTRACT

This review discusses the potential applications and results from studies of isoflavonoids and coumarines from Millettia thonningii done by our research group and developing new pharmaceutical agents based on folkloric anecdotes. The role of X-ray crystallographic method as a scientific tool in our studies and selected examples some few well-known discoveries known to have benefited this structural tool will cited.  Millettia thonningii is a deciduous plant indigenous to tropical West Africa, other species have been used in folk‐medicine for the treatment of inflammatory diseases, chronic diseases and several pathogenic diseases. The numerous uses of M. thonningii as a traditional source of remedies has attracted research into its constituents. For instance, some isoflavones isolated from this plant have been reported to demonstrate lethal toxicity to brine shrimp as well as to inhibit activation of hypoxia-inducible factor-1 (HIF-1) in human breast tumour T47D cells. In our recent studies, Robustic acid and Alpinumisoflavone were found to showed activity against some of the strains of bacterial and fungi used such as Salmonella typhi and Staphylococcus aureus Robustic acid and Thonningine-C were found to be cidal to Candida albicans.  C. Albicans.is one of the most common causative fungi infection despite major efforts to control it.

Scientific research has implicated several prenylated isoflavonoids as being useful antioxidants and used in the management of radical‐mediated diseases such as cancer, diabetes, ischemic heart diseases, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases etc. Plants continue to maintain their historical stead as a store house of important drug candidates and source of new “leads” for synthetic modifications to improve activity through optimization of pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties. Information obtained from crystal structural studies of these alpinumisoflavonoids coupled with their molecular and electronic distribution properties can further our understanding of their therapeutic potential and their observed bioactivities. The discovery of monoamine oxidase inhibition potential of some constituents of this plant make them potentially useful in the search for new drug candidates and “Lead” compounds for the synthesis of drugs to tackle the numerous radical mediated diseases. Utilization of the crystal structure information to model various receptor binding and docking experiments would further bring to light the therapeutic potentials of the constituents of these plants.

 

PROFILE

Prof Robert Kingsford-Adaboh graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Chemistry major at UCC in 1987. Worked as an Assistant Collector with Customs, Excise and Preventive service for a year. In 1990, won the Japanese MONBUSHO scholarship to read Physical Chemistry with specialization in Chemistry/Chemical Crystallography in Okayama University, graduated in MSc and PhD in Chemistry in 1996.

He joined the University of Ghana in the same year as a Lecturer in Chemistry on his return to Ghana. In 1999, he won the prestigious Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) Scholarship in the George Foster division to pursue a 2-year postdoctoral research in Frèi Universitaet of Berlin. The Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) granted him another one year post-doctoral position in his mother faculty in Japan. He was the Head (HoD) of the Department of Chemistry prior to his current position. He is an Associate Professor in Chemistry, and the current Acting Dean of the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences in the College of Basic and Applied Sciences.

His areas of research are X-ray diffraction studies of bioactive molecules, molecular modeling and computation, Charge density studies, drug screening and organic photo voltaic cells (OPV, OSCs). He has published extensively in these areas and made presentations locally and internationally on selected themes in these areas.

 

 

School of Public Health - Short Course Announcement

Starting February 24, 2017 - Ending February 24, 2018

 

The School of Public Health announces the following short course on Implementation Research

Please click here for more information on the course

Please click here to download the application form for the course

 

 

 

Special Hands-On Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Short Courses

Starting February 21, 2017 - Ending February 21, 2018

Special Hands-On Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Short Courses

Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems Lab (RSGIS Lab)

Department of Geography and Resource Development

University of Ghana

Legon

 

Register Now:

At Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems Lab (RSGIS Lab),

Department of Geography and Resource Development, University of Ghana, Legon

Start Date – February 27 - March 10, 2017

 

Class Schedules:

Morning: 8AM – 1PM

Venue: RSGIS Lab 1

Contact Registration Centre:

Phone: 0540-238-420; 0242-184-773; 0266-385-983

Email: rsgislab@ug.edu.gh

,

Registration Process:

To register online, please go to http://goo.gl/forms/Ov15nlgNtT

Or pick your application form RSGIS Lab, Geography Dept., Legon

 

Modules Running:

Module 1: GIS and GIS Data Preparation

Module 2: Working with Tables and query

Module 3: Map Projections and Coordinate System

Module 4: Geoprocessing Tool

Module 5: Geocoding and Editing

Module 6: Spatial Analysis

Module 7: Geodatabase

 

Requirements:

Computer Literacy

Course Fee:

GHS 2,500 General Public

GHS 2,000 Academic (Faculty, Staff, Students)

 

Training Package:

Course Material

ESRI ArcGIS 10.3 License (60 Days)

Lunch

 

 

2017/2018 GEMP Admission List

Starting February 20, 2017 - Ending February 20, 2018

The following applicants have been admitted by the School of Medicine and Dentistry into the Graduate Entry Medical Program for the 2017/2018 Academic Year

 

Local Students

1

8000042

ABONIE MACLEAN ATSU KOFI

2

8000007

ADADE DARLINGTON TWUM BAFFOE

3

8000581

ADJEI-BEMPAH ROSE

4

8001160

ADOTEVI EDEM GERALD

5

8003309

AFFUL ABIGAIL

6

8000523

AFRANE STEPHEN

7

8000070

AGBLEZE WILLIE ROY KWAKU

8

8000043

AMPONSAH JACOB COBBY

9

8000085

ANDOH EPHRAIM AMU

10

8000415

ANSAH-ANTWI ALEX KOFI

11

8000172

ANTWI EBENEZER KWAME

12

8000009

ARAB OMAIMA MOHAMMED

13

8000607

ARMAH CHRISTIAN

14

8000229

ARMAH SOLOMON NII OKAI-DJA ADAMAFIO

15

8000362

ASANTE-KROBEA JNR KWADWO

16

8002520

ASARE MELODY

17

8000024

AVAALA PRISCILLA NCHINA

18

8000069

AYE-ADDO JENNIFER OKUTU

19

8000005

AZUMAH NORRIS EDEM

20

8000027

BAFFO ASOMANING KWAKU JNR

21

8000030

BEMPONG YAW APPIAH

22

8000167

BONDZIE JOSHUA KOJO BADU

23

8000046

BRAIMAH MARIYATU KIBTIYA

24

8000055

CORQUAYE SANDRA

25

8000153

DEY FRANCISCA ENYONAM

26

8001297

DJANGMAH SOLOMON

27

8001354

FINNAH HARDING QUARSHIE PETER

28

8000513

HAGAN FRANCIS

29

8000067

HAMMAH ESI BESIMAH

30

8000029

MAC-QUAYE DYAN NII TETTEH

31

8000542

MOHAMMED ALI MUBARAK

32

8002355

OFORI MARIAN KONADU

33

8000699

OHENE DOMINIC ASANTE

34

8000017

OPPONG-AMANKWAH CHRISTELLA

35

8000003

OTOO SAMUEL DARLYNTON NII ARDAY

36

8000018

OTSYINA BEULA ENU

37

8000035

POBEE-ANKOMAH MICHAEL

38

8000016

QUAGRAINE EWURABENA

39

8001851

RASHEED RUKAYA

40

8000187

RAZAK IBRAHIM

41

8000549

TAVU EDWARD

42

8000387

TAYLOR ALICE EWURAFUA

43

8000020

TWENEBOAH DORCAS

44

8003329

YABAMEH GODSWAY KOFI GATOR

45

8000146

YALLEY NAANA NYAMEKYE

 

Foreign Students

1

6125843

ALAO ABIOLA SEFIU

2

6125831

ALUKO MARIA AANUOLUWAPO

3

6125970

ASARE MICHELLE

4

6124962

AYODELE OLUWASEUN ADENIKE OMOYENI

5

6125828

EGBEYEMI TOYYIBAT OLATUNDUN ABIKE

6

6126232

ETIRE IYONIODI STELLA DANIAMI

7

6125795

FALADE TOYIN

8

6125846

INYANG ASARI EMMANUELLA

9

8100266

OBULE BRYNE

10

6125773

OMOLEHINWA KIKELOMO

11

6126199

SHOLANKE FATIMAH BISOLA

12

6126100

TUBUOH JOEL NCHAM

 

ISSER - Announcement of Short Courses 2017

Starting February 20, 2017 - Ending February 20, 2018

 

The Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) of the University of Ghana, Legon is organizing four short courses for policy makers, analysts, programme implementers, consultants, Central Government, Ministries, District Assemblies, NGOs, social services groups, researchers and students, etc.

The courses aim to equip participants with useable operational skills, methods and techniques that are relevant to solving development problems in Ghana.

 

Please click here for course details

 

 

 

UG Career week 2017

Starting February 17, 2017 - Ending February 17, 2018

The Careers and Counselling Centre provides students and staff of the University of Ghana with the opportunity to receive support from trained professionals (counselors, clinical psychologist and the psychiatrists) about their personal, educational and career goals. The main aim of Careers and Counselling Centre is to assist students in formulating and achieving personal, education and career goals. We also equip students with general employability skills to help them make a smooth and rapid transition from the University into entry level positions. 

 

As part of developing a world class human resource to meet global development challenges, the Centre annually runs a Career Week Celebration. During this celebration, students get to interact with various corporate bodies which come on board to be a part of the celebration. This is usually through the daily programmes outlined for the Week.

The Careers and Counselling Centre of the University of Ghana is inviting all Students and Graduates of the University to this year's Career week celebration starting form 28th February to 4th March, 2017, dubbed " own your Career, don't just dream it, be it"

 
This years Career week is going to be very exciting and BIG, we have over 30 companies coming to recruit students and graduates for Internship, National Service Placement, Part time Jobs and Permanent jobs.
 
There will also be exciting prizes to be won at the fair ground.
 
Do you want to be the Corporate Icon of the university this year. If you want to, hand deliver your CV to the Centre before 1st March, 2017. The Corporate Icon wins an Internship or national service with any of our sponsors. You also win other exciting prizes.
 
Do you also have a business idea you want to pitch to possible investors. Send your Team name, list of members in the team and contacts of two members in the team before 24th February , 2017  to careers@st.ug.edu.gh 

Visit our Twitter and Facebook for more details. 
 

 

International Conference on Education, Technology and Entrepreneurship - ICETE 2017 - Announcement of Conference and Call for Papers

Starting February 15, 2017 - Ending February 15, 2018

International Conference on Education, Technology and Entrepreneurship - ICETE 2017

Announcement of Conference and Call for Papers

 

The Organizing Committee of  ICETE 2017 announces for the information of the academic community, research institutions, industry and the general public the “International Conference on Education, Technology and Entrepreneurship (ICETE) 2017”, under the theme: “Promoting Development through Technology, Entrepreneurship and Innovation”. This conference proudly organized by Ghana Technology University College, Ghana in collaboration with Coventry University, UK is scheduled for 12th -14th June 2017 at the Ghana Technology University Campus, Tesano-Accra.

 We kindly encourage lecturers, researchers and other professionals in your noble institution to participate and present papers at this conference.

Critical thematic areas include:

·         Computing for Development

·         Entrepreneurships and Business Startups

·         Sustainable Development and Technology

·         Entrepreneurship and Innovation

·         Innovation in Education

·         Transnational Education

The Keynote Speaker is Prof. Gideon Maas (Director, International Centre for Transformational Entrepreneurship, Coventry University, UK). Other speakers for the conference include; Prof. Osei K. Darkwa (President, Ghana Technology University College) and Prof. Knud Erik Skouby (Director, Centre for Communication, Media and Information Technologies, Aalborg University-Copenhagen, Denmark).

Please note that selected conference papers will be published in the International Journal of Technology and Entrepreneurship (IJTE). The deadline for abstract submission is 31st March, 2017. For further information on the conference, please visit www.icete-confernce.org or call 0243289878.

 

 

GEMP 2017/2018 Admissions Interview List

Starting February 15, 2017 - Ending February 15, 2018

VENUE: SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE ROOM

GROUP 1 16TH FEBRUARY – MORNING 8:00AM

No.

SN/ID

NAME

1

6125843

Alao Abiola Sefiu

2

6125831

Aluko Maria Aanuoluwapo

3

6125970

Asare Michelle

4

6124962

Ayodele Oluwaseun Adenike Omoyeni

5

6125828

Egbeyemi Toyyibat Olatundun Abike

6

6126232

Etire Iyoniodi Stella Daniami

7

6125795

Falade Toyin

8

6125846

Inyang Asari Emmanuella

9

8100266

Obule Bryne

10

6125773

Omolehinwa Kikelomo

11

6126199

Sholanke Fatimah Bisola

12

6126100

Tubuoh Joel Ncham

13

8000042

Abonie Maclean Atsu Kofi

14

8000007

Adade Darlington Twum Baffoe

15

8000519

Adjei Christian Joe

16

8000581

Adjei-Bempah Rose

17

8000638

Adomako-Kwabia Ruby Anima

18

8001160

Adotevi Edem Gerald

19

8000521

Adu-Kusi Eugene

20

8003309

Afful Abigail

21

8000523

Afrane Stephen

22

8000070

Agbleze Willie Roy Kwaku

23

8000976

Ahiafor Emmanuel

 

VENUE: SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE ROOM

GROUP 2 16TH FEBRUARY – AFTERNOON 2:00PM

No.

SN/ID

NAME

1

8000050

Aidoo Emmanuel Donkoh

2

8000043

Amponsah Jacob Cobby

3

8000085

Andoh Ephraim Amu

4

8000190

Anku Sussie

5

8000415

Ansah-Antwi Alex Kofi

6

8000172

Antwi Ebenezer Kwame

7

8000009

Arab Omaima Mohammed

8

8000607

Armah Christian

9

8000229

Armah Solomon Nii Okai-Dja Adamafio

10

8000362

Asante-Krobea Jnr Kwadwo

11

8002520

Asare Melody

12

8000026

Asare-Gyamfi Terry

13

8000024

Avaala Priscilla Nchina

14

8000069

Aye-Addo Jennifer Okutu

15

8000005

Azumah Norris Edem

16

8000348

Bacha Sherifatu

17

8003413

Badu Augustine

18

8000027

Baffo Asomaning Kwaku Jnr

19

80000167

Bondzie Joshua Kojo Badu

 

VENUE: SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE ROOM

GROUP 3 17TH FEBRUARY – MORNING 8:00AM

No.

SN/ID

NAME

1

8000030

Bempong Yaw Appiah

2

8000046

Braimah Mariyatu Kibtiya

3

8000055

Corquaye Sandra

4

8003334

Damptey Obed Kyem

5

8000044

Danso Reginald Omarion

6

8000153

Dey Francisca Enyonam

7

8001297

Djangmah Solomon

8

8000566

Dotsey Daniel Anyavor

9

8000051

Essuman Kwame Panyin

10

8000033

Ewusi Martin Blay

11

8001354

Finnah Harding Quarshie Peter

12

8001235

Gyatsen Francis Kweku

13

8000513

Hagan Francis

14

8000067

Hammah Esi Besimah

15

8000304

Klevor Pius Mawutor Kofi

16

8000096

Lamptey Richard Odartey

17

8000029

Mac-Quaye Dyan Nii Tetteh

18

8000533

Mensah Ernestina

19

8000542

Mohammed Ali Mubarak

20

8002355

Ofori Marian Konadu

21

8000699

Ohene Dominic Asante

22

8000038

Opoku Kwame Ampomah

23

8000017

Oppong-Amankwah Christella

 

VENUE: SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY ADMINISTRATION CONFERENCE ROOM

GROUP 4 17TH FEBRUARY – AFTERNOON 2:00PM

No.

SN/ID

NAME

1

8000003

Otoo Samuel Darlynton Nii Arday

2

8000018

Otsyina Beula Enu

3

8000035

Pobee-Ankomah Michael

4

8000016

Quagraine Ewurabena

5

8001851

Rasheed Rukaya

6

8000187

Razak Ibrahim

7

8001234

Salifu Halimah-Sadia

8

8000279

Somarib Lilian Saa-Ma

9

8000549

Tavu Edward

10

8000387

Taylor Alice Ewurafua

11

8000081

Tettey Sylvia Xorse

12

8000020

Tweneboah Dorcas

13

8003329

Yabameh Godsway Kofi Gator

14

8000118

Yakubu Ashraf

15

8000413

Yakubu Ibrahim Baba

16

8000146

Yalley Naana Nyamekye

17

8000062

Yerifa Hawa Suhuyini

 

Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences - J.B Danquah Memorial Lectures

Starting February 14, 2017 - Ending February 14, 2018

Ghana and Japan Student Exchange Fair – 2017

Starting February 10, 2017 - Ending February 10, 2018

The University community is informed that the University of Ghana in collaboration with Hokkaido University, Japan, is organising The Ghana and Japan Student Exchange Fair – 2017.

 

The University community is entreated to partake in the programme which takes place as follows:

Date    :           Wednesday, 15th February 2017

Venue :           Great Hall, Legon Campus, University of Ghana

Time   :           9:00 a.m. – 0:30 p.m. (Workshop for University Staff Only)

                       1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Seminar for Students)

 

Faculty are kindly requested to encourage their students to take part in the Seminar on Study-in-Japan. Please also check the attached programme for more details.

 

There will be two (2) sessions as follows:

 

1.      Morning Session (Joint workshop) 9:00-12:30 for Academic and Administrative Staff only

 

The morning session which is a joint workshop will be held for academic and administrative university staff in order to strengthen collaboration/partnership of universities between Ghana and Japan. Participating universities in Ghana will have more opportunities to enter into future academic collaboration and students exchange with the universities in Japan.

 

09:00-10:35  Remarks and speeches

10:35-11:00  Introduction by participating universities

11:00-12:00  Free group discussion amongst participants

12:00-12:25  Presentation on outcomes of group discussions

12:25-12:30  Vote of thanks

 

The Japanese universities, namely Hokkaido University, International University of Japan, Kanazawa University, Kyoto University, Mie University, Tokyo Medical & Dental University, Tsukuba University (Tukuba will take part in a teleconference) will be coming to explain the opportunities at their universities and discuss future academic collaboration with your institute.

 

The particular fields of Japanese professors are as follows:

 

・Prof. Uyeda (Vice President of Hokkaido Univ.) – Agriculture

・Prof. Okumura (Hokkaido Univ.) – Veterinary Medicine

・Prof. Kimura (Kyoto Univ.) – Science, Anthropology

・Prof. Kato (International Univ. of Japan) – Economics, International Studies

・Prof. Imai (Tsukuba Univ.) – Japanese Language Education

・Assoc. Prof. Takai (Hokkaido Univ.) – Economics

・Assoc. Prof. Adachi (Mie Univ.) – Medicine

・Dr. Ndembi (Kanazawa Univ. (Alumnus)) – Medicine

・Dr. Ohashi (Tokyo Medical & Dental Univ.) – Medicine

・Dr. Hayashi (Tokyo Medical & Dental Univ.) – Medicine

・Dr. Peng (Kyoto Univ.) – Anthropology

 

And administrative staff who are in charge of International Collaboration from Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) and Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS), Hokkaido University, International University of Japan, Kyoto University are also coming to discuss future students exchange with your institute.

 

2.      Afternoon Session (Seminar on Study-in-Japan) 13:30-17:00 for Students and Graduates of Universities in Ghana

 

The Seminar on Study-in-Japan will be held for students and graduates of universities in Ghana, pupils and career masters of high schools in Ghana, faculties and university staff etc. Any person interested in studying in Japan is welcome.

 

The Japanese universities, namely Hokkaido University, International University of Japan, Kyoto University, Mie University, Tokyo Medical & Dental University, Kanazawa University will be coming to explain the details of and opportunities at their universities. Japanese Embassy of Ghana, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Japan Student Services Organization (JASSO) and Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS) Nairobi Research Station in Kenya will provide the information of their scholarship systems. Alumni who studied at Japanese universities will give a talk about their experiences in Japan.

 

They will also hold individual consultations for participants. Furthermore, brochures and pamphlets for display and distribution will be provided by 20 universities in Japan as follows:

 

1)     Tokyo International University

2)     Niigata University of Health and Welfare

3)     Yamagata University

4)     Yokohama National University

5)     University of Tsukuba

6)     Ritsumeikan University

7)     Otaru University of Commerce

8)     Sophia University

9)     Doshisha University

10)Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

11)The University of Tokyo

12)University of the Ryukyus

13)Saitama University

14)Kyushu University

15)Akita University

16)Tsuda College

17)Hirosaki University

18)Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

19)Okayama University

20)Kyushu Institute of Technology

 

Please Click here for more information 

 

 

Call For Applications: BaNGA-Africa Post-Doctoral Fellowships & Seed Grants

Starting February 7, 2017 - Ending February 7, 2018

The “Building a New Generation of Academics in Africa” (BaNGA-Africa) project is pleased to announce its 1st Call for applications for its Postdoctoral Fellowships.

BaNGA-Africa is funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and is a follow-up to the Carnegie Next Generation in Africa project. It aims to contribute to the attainment of a critical mass of PhD holders on University of Ghana faculty, improve doctoral training at UG and enhance the quality and volume of research outputs from UG. This new programme provides opportunities for post-doctoral fellowships and for the development of the research capacity and outputs of early career faculty.  Specific activities that may be funded include:

 

i)                       Short-term fellowships to consolidate doctoral training experiences;

ii)                     Post-doctoral attachments to improve and acquire new research skills;

iii)                   Collaborative initiatives to establish research networks and joint research grant proposal development;

iv)                   Time away to write-up research findings for publication;

v)                     Seed research grants to initiate new research or complete an ongoing research project.

 

Deadline

Interested and eligible faculty members are invited to complete the Application Form and submit with the relevant documents as specified in the Call latest by 5pm on Tuesday February 28, 2017.

 

Submission Information

Applications are to be submitted electronically (by email) to banga-africa@ug.edu.gh and also in hard copy to the project secretariat located at the Centre for African Wetlands.

Click here for additional information

 

 

Announcement of International Launch Conference “Research in Africa Rising”

Starting February 7, 2017 - Ending February 7, 2018

 

The African Research Universities Alliance announces its international launch conference as follows:

 

Theme: “Research in Africa Rising”

Dates: 3rd – 4th April 2017

Venue: Conference Facility, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

 

Please click here to view details of the conference.

 

Monitoring, Evaluation and Surviellance of Malaria Programs Workshop

Starting January 30, 2017 - Ending January 30, 2018

Please click here to view a poster for the School of Public Health Monitoring, Evaluation and Surviellance of Malaria Programs Workshop bieng held in collaboration with MEASURE Evaluation.

 

 

UG Call for TDR International Postgraduate Scholarship for Academic Year 2017/2018

Starting January 18, 2017 - Ending January 18, 2018

School of Public Health, University of Ghana, is pleased to invite suitably qualified candidates to apply for a place in the following full-time postgraduate programmes, with a focus on Implementation Research, for the 2017/2018 academic year, commencing August 2017.

  1. Master’s Degree Scholarships (12 months - Fulltime)
    1. Master’s in Public Health
    2. MSc Applied Health and Social Sciences
    3. MSc Occupational Health
    4. MSc Occupational Hygiene

 

For more information about the above-stated programmes, visit: http://www.publichealth.ug.edu.gh/programmes/graduate-programmes.

The scheme provides scholarships for fulltime studies. Only applicants from low- and middle-income countries of WHO African Region are eligible.

 Get full information in PDF

 

 

 

Announcement: Postdoc Position on Social Dimensions of Cocoa Agroforestry In Ghana

Starting January 17, 2017 - Ending January 17, 2018

A 2.5-year full-time Postdoc position is available at the University of Ghana, Legon.

The position is attached to the interdisciplinary, international, research project “Climate Smart Cocoa Systems for Ghana (CLIMCOCOA)”, which is financed by DANIDA, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, and coordinated by the University of Ghana, Legon.

Background:

Cocoa is the third largest export commodity of Ghana and represents the most important source of revenue for many small-scale farmers. Climate change in the form of higher temperatures and reduced rainfall is expected to adversely affect cocoa productivity and reduce the area suitable for cocoa cultivation in Ghana. Although this is likely to have major effects on the local and national economy, the magnitude and underlying mechanisms of this impact are not well understood.

The CLIMCOCOA project aims to develop a comprehensive understanding of the impacts of climate change on the socio-biophysical bases of cocoa systems in Ghana, and to assess the role of agroforestry as a model for climate smart agriculture in Ghana. The project applies a multidisciplinary approach to the investigation of the socio-economic and biophysical limitations and options for cocoa cultivation under a changed climate, and to assess institutional and socioeconomic factors that favour or limit farmers’ adoption of innovative management options. Ultimately the goal is to assure a future for cocoa farmers in Ghana and other cocoa producing countries in West Africa.

The CLIMCOCOA project comprises a range of institutions, including the University of Ghana, Legon; The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture; The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF); The University of Copenhagen and Roskilde University, Denmark.

The CLIMCOCOA project is announcing an attractive Postdoc-Scholarship for Ghanaian nationals. The Postdoc will be enrolled at the University of Ghana, Legon, with research stays at The University of Copenhagen, Denmark. The Postdoc will work in close collaboration with a team of national and international experts, and will have the opportunity to engage in dialogue with central actors in the cocoa network in Ghana and internationally.

 

Job description and thematic focus of the Postdoc position: Social challenges and opportunities in relation to introducing agroforestry: cocoa farmers’ perspectives

There is little knowledge of adaptive measures taken in the context of climate change in cocoa farming communities in Ghana. We hypothesize that agroforestry (defined as the purposeful intercropping of trees in cocoa plantations), which has long been practiced by some cocoa farmers, can serve as a buffer against climate variability and climate change and thereby enhance farmers’ adaptive capacity. In order to determine the potential role of agroforestry as a model for climate and carbon smart agriculture among small scale farmers, it is important to understand how farmers (distinguished by age, gender, ethnicity/tribal affiliation) perceive and experience risks from climate change, their adaptation strategies related to cocoa farming and climate variability as well as stakeholders’ preferences, challenges and opportunities related to adaptation to climate change in particular to agroforestry. The Postdoc will study farmers’ perspectives on, and practices in relation to, climatic change and investigate the social challenges and opportunities with regard to introducing (or reintroducing) agroforestry, including how informal institutions (related to e.g. age, gender, ethnicity/tribal affiliation, religion) influence the perception and use/adoption of agroforestry as a risk management strategy. As part of the study, the Postdoc will participate in the conducting of a range of household surveys and semi-structured interviews as well as an institutional mapping focusing on how formal institutions (at local/regional/national/transnational levels) influence the use or the adoption of agroforestry as a risk management strategy.

 

The Postdoc´s main duties will include research, dissemination and support for project management with regard to the social dimensions of cocoa agroforestry in Ghana. The Postdoc must be prepared for longer periods of field work in the project case areas. In addition, the Postdoc will provide support to PhD students who are involved in the project in areas such as research design, field work and data analysis.

 

Qualifications

·         Applicants should be of Ghanaian nationality and hold a PhD from a recognized university in Geography, Economics, Development Studies, Sociology, Anthropology or a related field.

·         The applicant should have strong qualifications within qualitative research (e.g. conducting in-depth interviews, household surveys and institutional mapping) and previous experience with social science fieldwork preferably related to social dimensions of livelihoods and adaptation to climate change.

 

Assessment of candidates:

For selection of qualified applicants, the following professional qualifications and personal competences will be considered:

·         Research qualifications, which will be assessed in relation to the period of active research, the degree of originality and production.

Scientific record, academic breadth and depth, rigour, thoroughness and accuracy as well as academic relevance in relation to the advertisement for the position.

·         Additional qualifications regarding administrative practice, experiences with research management, and participation in national and international research networks.

Application

The application should include:

1.      A motivation letter (maximum 2 page).

2.      Description of proposed research related to the CLIMCOCOA activities as described above (maximum 3 pages).

3.      A full Curriculum Vitae (with applicant’s e-mail address and telephone number).

4.      Documentation of obtained PhD degree and a copy of the examination committee’s evaluation.

5.      Complete publication list indicating papers particularly relevant to the application (maximum 5).

6.      PDF’s of particularly relevant papers (maximum 5).

7.      Two professional recommendations including full contact details (name, address, telephone & email).

 

Applications must be sent as a single pdf file by email to: climcocoa@ug.edu.gh.

 

Deadline: 2nd April, 2017

 

Practicalities

The Postdoc will be employed and supported by the project through the University of Ghana, Legon, according to standard conditions. Fieldwork will be conducted in Ghana in collaboration with other members of the CLIMCOCOA project staff. Job interviews are expected to take place in May 2017 after which applicants will be informed of the outcome of their application. The selected candidate is expected to start work by the 1st of July, 2017.

 

For more information contact:

Dr. Kwadwo Owusu,

         Email: kowusu@ug.edu.gh

 Tel: (+233) 279943213

 

 

 

Playback of the Opening Ceremony of the 68th Annual New Year School and Conference

Starting January 16, 2017 - Ending January 16, 2018

Please find below a playback of the opening ceremony of the 68th Annual New Year School and Conference held at the Great Hall of the University of Ghana Legon

Call for Applications: Commonwealth Scholarships: In Low and Middle Income Countries

Starting January 12, 2017 - Ending January 12, 2018

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS:

COMMONWEALTH SCHOLARSHIPS: IN LOW AND MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES

 

The Office of Research, Innovation and development is pleased to inform the university community of the Commonwealth scholarships in low and middle income countries.

These commonwealth Masters scholarships allow successful applicants to benefit from the expertise provided by universities in low and middle income countries around the commonwealth. The scholarships give talented students who can be from any commonwealth country other than the host country the opportunity to gain a Master’s degree while developing new skills and experiences

 

Countries participating in this call

·         Bangladesh – University of Dhaka.

·         Botswana – University of Botswana.

·         Ghana – University of Ghana; Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)

·         Kenya – Kenyatta University, Maseno University, Moi University, The Technical University of Kenya, and/or University of Nairobi

·         Mauritius – University of Mauritius

·         Pakistan – COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT)

·         Swaziland – University of Swaziland

·         Tanzania – University of Dar es Salaam

·         West Indies – University of the West Indies

The Scholarship

The scholarship covers the following:

·         full tuition fees

·         a return economy flight

·         an arrival allowance

·         A regular stipend (living allowance)

 

Eligibility

·         Applicants must be a citizen of a Commonwealth country other than the host country.

·         Applicants must hold a Bachelors degree of at least upper second level.

 

How To Apply

Complete the application form below in as much detail as possible and submit it by email to orid@ug.edu.gh.

 

In addition to the application form, applicants must submit the following supporting documentation:

·         High school certificates

·         Undergraduate transcripts and graduation certificate

·         At least one academic reference

·         Scan of passport or national ID card

·         Proof of English language ability, if English is not your first language

·         University offer letter for the course you have applied for, if you already have one

 

Application Form

Download the application form here

 

CLOSING DATE

Applications close on 10 March 2017 at midnight GMT.

 

FURTHER INFORMATION

For more information on the scholarship please go to: https://www.acu.ac.uk/scholarships/commonwealth-scholarships/

 For any enquiries, please contact orid@ug.edu.gh.

 

 

Office of Research, Innovation and Development(ORID) Seminar : Poverty Measurement and Analysis

Starting January 6, 2017 - Ending January 6, 2018

INTRODUCTION

Measures of poverty and inequality are used across many research areas for comparisons – such as assessments of whether poverty has increased, or which are the poorest regions in a country – or for studies aiming to determine associations of various outcomes - such as health and educational attainment - with poverty. The meaning and measurement of poverty is however not always so straightforward. How should the concept of “well-being” be defined in deciding who is poor? Where should the poverty line be drawn? What poverty measure should be used?

AIM

The overall aim of the course is to provide participants with a broad understanding of both conceptual and practical issues associated with empirical analysis of poverty, enabling participants to critically assess existing evidence of inequality and poverty and participate in teams working with poverty assessments.

INTENDED LEARNING OBJECTIVES

          At the end of the course the participants should be able to:

  •  Discuss why poverty measurement and analysis is justified
  •  Explain how poverty and inequality can be measured, and the challenges in data sources
  •  Construct and interpret measures of poverty and inequality
  •  Discuss strength and limitations of various measures of poverty and inequality
  •  Discuss determinants of poverty and inequality
  •  Explain how impact on poverty can be assessed
  •  Assess the links between economic growth, inequality and poverty; 

COURSE CONTENTS

The course covers Conceptual measures of poverty and inequality, Poverty lines, Poverty and Inequality measures, Multi-dimensional poverty measurement, Comparison of poverty over time and across countries, Understanding determinants of poverty, Poverty impact evaluation and implications of poverty and inequality for social welfare.

TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Teaching will include lectures with discussion, exercises and group work. Results of group work will be presented in class. The participants are expected to prepare before class. Materials and suggested preparations will be circulated to participants before start of the course.

COURSE COORDINATOR

Dr. Charles Ackah, Senior Research Fellow & Head of Economics Division, Institute of Statistical, Social & Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana.

COURSE FACILITATORS

  •   Charles Ackah, Senior Research Fellow & Head of Economics Division, Institute of Statistical, Social & Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana.
  •   Ulrika Enemark, Associate Professor, Department of Public Health, Aarhus University, Denmark.
  •   Robert Osei, Associate Professor, Institute of Statistical, Social & Economic Research (ISSER), and Vice Dean, School of Graduate Studies, University of Ghana.

TIME AND PLACE

Date:         16TH – 18TH JANUARY, 2017

Time:       9.00 AM – 5.00 PM

Venue:    ISSER, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

 

REGISTRATION

Click this link to register

APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 10, 2017 

 

  

 

Department of Computer Science : I.T Professional Certificate Short Courses

Starting January 6, 2017 - Ending January 6, 2018

The Department of Computer Science is organizing one month, evening and week end I.T. programmes on various courses from 31ST. January, 2017. 

 

Office Of Research, Innovation And Development (ORID) Seminar: Current Issues In Development Policy And Poverty Measurement

Starting January 5, 2017 - Ending January 5, 2018

INTRODUCTION

Measures of poverty and inequality are used across many research areas for comparisons – such as assessments of whether poverty has increased, or which are the poorest regions in a country – or for studies aiming to determine associations of various outcomes - such as health and educational attainment - with poverty. Poverty is an intrinsic part of most analysis of development policies in countries like Ghana.

AIM

The overall aim of this two day seminar is to provide participants with a broad understanding of how poverty, inequality and development is linked and how policy impacts can be analysed using various types of methodologies, including some that is not so  common in social sciences; and to stimulate more research in these areas.

TARGET GROUP

The seminar is primarily intended for faculty that may wish to be updated on issues and methods in development policy and poverty measurement and get new ideas on how to study poverty, inequality and development.

CONTENTS

The seminar will initially provide a brief introduction to why we should be concerned about poverty and inequality, and key concepts and measures. The first day will then focus on the growth, inequality and poverty nexus, the dynamics of poverty and policy options for fighting poverty. Day 2 will provide case studies, highlighting methods of analysing impacts on poverty and inequality. This will include examples of using randomised controlled trials to assess impact and using night time light as proxy for poverty.

 

TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Teaching will include lectures with discussion, exercises and group work.

 

COORDINATOR

Dr. Charles Ackah, Senior Research Fellow & Head of Economics Division, Institute of Statistical, Social & Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana

 

MAIN FACILITATORS

·         Charles Ackah, Senior Research Fellow & Head of Economics Division, Institute of Statistical, Social & Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana

·         Ulrika Enemark, Associate Professor, Department of Public Health, Aarhus University, Denmark

·         Felix Asante, Professor & Director, Institute of Statistical, Social & Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana

TIME AND PLACE

Date:       19TH – 20TH JANUARY, 2017

Time:       9.00 AM – 1.30 PM

Venue:    ISSER, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 13, 2017

 

REGISTRATION

Click this link to register

 Course Programme: Current Issues in Development Policy and Poverty Measurement

 

Day 1: General principles

Day 2: Case studies

8.30 – 9.00

Registration

Registration

9.00 - 10.30

· Introduction

· Why be concerned? Implications of poverty and inequality for social welfare

· Overview of measures of poverty and inequality

· Using RCTs in social science research.

· Poverty and cash transfers   

· School-feeding program

 

10.30 – 11.00

  SNACK BREAK   

  SNACK BREAK

11.00 – 12.30

Growth and Poverty Reduction: Pro-poor growth? (Growth, inequality and poverty nexus) 

· Why do poor people not buy insurance or save more?

· Catastrophic expenditures and NHIS

12.30 – 13.30

Policy options for fighting poverty (Pathways to poverty reduction)

·  Night time light as a proxy for poverty

·  Concluding session

13.30

LUNCH/DEPARTURE

 LUNCH/DEPARTURE

 

 

Supplementary Resit Examination Timetable

Starting January 4, 2017 - Ending January 4, 2018

Students should note that the Supplementary Re-sit Examinations are scheduled from Friday, 20th January, 2017 to Thursday, 26th January 2017.

Students should click below to download the schedule from their colleges.

IESS: Call for Abstracts - Sustainability Dialogue

Starting December 16, 2016 - Ending December 16, 2017

 

The Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies invites you to submit abstracts and papers for its International conference on Sustainability and Environmental Management.

Please click here for details of the Call for Abstracts.

 

 

MA Education (Sandwich Programme) & MA Educational Leadership and Management (Sandwich Programme)

Starting November 21, 2016 - Ending November 21, 2017

MA Education
MA Educational Leadership and Management

 

MA EDUCATION

Introduction

If you are contemplating a post-graduate/professional degree study in Education, then the College of Education at the University of Ghana has the best option for you. The School of Education and Leadership at the College, through its Department of Teacher Education, has developed the Master of Arts degree in Education to develop world-class human resources and capabilities to meet national development needs and global challenges. This sandwich programme aims at exposing students to best practices in teaching and learning using the latest proven learning technologies and support the utilisation of research both to inform teaching and to tackle the broader issues of education. All the courses are designed to equip those who wish to begin a teaching career in Mathematics, English and Science at the senior high level with skills to maximise student learning outcomes.

Objectives

Currently in Ghana, graduates from non-education backgrounds teach in public and private schools around the country. This programme is primarily designed to provide graduates from non-education disciplines the opportunity to become professional teachers by gaining the requisite educational knowledge, skills and practices to be effective teachers in Ghana and in other international contexts.  The programme also seeks to formalise the training that teachers need to develop the needed skills in pedagogical knowledge and instructional practices relevant to the subjects they teach.

Specifically, the programme will enable students to develop:

  • Broad-based knowledge and understanding of theories of education within the Ghanaian and Sub-Saharan African context.
  • Essential technological skills as well as the management of appropriate technological resources to enhance learning.  
  • A practical competent to facilitate the expectations accorded to courses such as Science, Mathematics and English education in Ghanaian senior high schools.

Better skills and understanding of issues relating to teacher quality, preparation, training and development of leadership identities, and to critically examine such identity formation in the context of equality, inclusiveness and social justice.

Courses Offered

First Semester

Second Semester

  • Core Courses

Educational Foundations

Management Information Systems in Education

Educational Management and Supervision

Research Methods in Education

Special Topic 1

 

  • Elective Courses

Methods of Teaching Secondary School Mathematics

Methods of Teaching Secondary School English

Methods of Teaching Secondary School Science

 

-Curriculum and Teaching Electives

The Practice of Teacher Education

Theories of Instruction

 

-Measurement and Evaluation Electives

Educational Policy and Planning

Assessment in Education

Programme Evaluation in Education

  • Core Courses

Inclusive Education

Educational Evaluation and School Improvement

Principles of Curriculum Development

Practice-Based Internship

Records of Instructional Practice

Special Topic 2

 

  • Elective Courses

-Curriculum and Teaching Electives

Processes of Curriculum Development

The Practice of Teaching

Extra-curricular Programming

Game-based Learning

 

-Measurement and Evaluation Electives

Educational Measurement and Evaluation

Human Resource Management in Education

Education Finance and Budgeting

 

MA EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

Introduction

The current educational landscape is characterised by challenges that require practitioners to develop cutting-edge solutions for the educational sector. It is in light of this that the School of Education and Leadership, at the College of Education, University of Ghana, through its Department of Educational Studies and Leadership, has developed the MA Educational Leadership and Management programme to offer prospective students the required expertise to resolve the numerous challenges faced by the educational sector. The programme prepares educational practitioners in school leadership and management, teaching and learning processes, health and safety in schools and educational contexts, participation and involvement of the school community and resource mobilisation and use.

 

Objectives

In our contemporary world, work schedules, family commitments and other responsibilities undermine one’s desire to further their education. This MA Sandwich programme is designed to help individuals access high quality research intensive education, while attending to other responsibilities.

Essentially, the programme will enable students to develop:

  • Broad-based knowledge and understanding of theories of educational leadership and management for better engagement in issues and debates in the field of education.
  • A range of frameworks for understanding learners’ performance, better and new ways of professional development and organisational learning so as to enhance professional practice in the Ghanaian context.

·       Better skills and understanding of issues relating to teacher quality, preparation, training and development of leadership identities and to critically examine such identity formation in the context of equality, inclusiveness and social justice.

 

Courses Offered

First Semester

Second Semester

 

Core Courses

  • Educational Policy and Planning
  • Contemporary Issues in Educational Leadership
  • Research Methods in Education
  • Management Information Systems in Education
  • Educational Management and Supervision

Elective Courses

  • Educational Foundations
  • Sustaining an Educational Enterprise
  • The Practice of Teacher Education
  • Higher Education Management

Core Courses

  • Economics of Education
  • Inclusive Education
  • Human Resource Management in Education
  • Education Law and Ethics
  • Practice-Based Enquiry

Elective Courses

  • Principles of Curriculum Development
  • Education Financing and Budgeting
  • International Education and Development
  • Gender and Leadership

PROGRAMME DURATION

Each of the Sandwich programmes is spread over two (2) semesters designed to be run as follows:

Coursework for the programme will be completed in two semesters.  The first semester will begin during the Easter break for two weeks (24th April to 5th May, 2017) and continue during the long vacation period for six weeks (17th July to 25th August, 2017). A similar schedule will be repeated in 2018 for the second semester. Students will take a minimum of 15 credit hours per semester.

 

MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

A good first degree (at least second class lower division) from a recognised university.

For the MA Educational Leadership and Management Programme, applicants with a background in education will have an added advantage.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

How to Apply:

Ghanaian applicants can obtain the University of Ghana application e-voucher at GH¢200.00 from any branch of the following banks: Zenith Bank, Universal Merchant Bank, Ecobank, HFC Bank, Agricultural Development Bank, Unibank, Ghana Commercial Bank and Fidelity Bank. Applicants should follow carefully the instructions on the voucher when completing the online application form.

Applicants outside Ghana and non-Ghanaian applicants are required to pay to the University a non-refundable application processing fee of US$110.00. This fee can be paid directly or wire transferred into the UNIVERSITY OF GHANA ECOBANK ACCOUNT.

Details of the Account are;

Account Name:          University of Ghana Foreign Students Account

Account Number:      0161014409780401

Bank details:             Ecobank Ghana Limited, Legon Branch

Swift:                        ECOCGHAC

 

Applicants are to use the following links to access the online application form:

http://admission.ug.edu.gh/gradapply

All enquiries should be sent to the addresses below:   

The Executive Secretary

School of Graduate Studies,

University of Ghana

Legon.

 

E-mails: sgsadmissions@ug.edu.gh  and soelinfo@ug.edu.gh

Tel: 0502673636/0263585906

DEADLINE

The Deadline for submission of the completed online application is 27th January, 2017.

Dissemination Workshop: Technology-Mediated Student-Instructor Interactions

Starting November 17, 2016 - Ending November 17, 2017

A workshop on the above theme will be held on December 15, 2016. The workshop will discuss the role information and communication technology (ICT) plays in ensuring effective teaching and learning. If you are teaching a post-graduate class and you are interested in incorporating ICT (including social media and course management system), you are encouraged to request to attend this workshop. The workshop will introduce you to how to initiate the use of WhatsApp and Sakai (a course management system) for your class. In view of limited seating, if you are keen on attending, please email Dr. John Boateng at jboat2009@gmail.com with the following information:

1.       In 60 words or less, describe the post-graduate course(s) you teach or will be teaching and indicate what kind of ICT you hope to use,

2.      Abridged curriculum vitae, and

3.      Your interest in assessment rubric use/development.

The workshop will also introduce participants to assessment rubric and teach instructors its role in examining student learning outcomes. This opportunity is on a first come first serve basis. I will contact selected participants with more details. Thank you! 

University Of Ghana Pan African Doctoral Academy (UG-Pada) Invitation To Participate In The January 2017 Doctoral Schools

Starting November 17, 2016 - Ending November 17, 2017

The University of Ghana (UG) is pleased to announce the seventh and eighth in the series of Doctoral Schools run by the UG-Pan African Doctoral Academy (UG-PADA)

The Schools are open to PhD candidates from Universities in Africa with particular focus on West African Universities.

Modules Available:

Each Module will be run over a one week period starting January 16th, and January 23rd, 2017.

The available Modules are: 

 

SCHOOL 1: January 16th to 20th, 2017

 

 Title

Eligibility

1

Managing the Doctoral Process (including Managing Literature Review )

PhD  Year 1 & 2 students

2

Quantitative Research Techniques Using SPSS

PhD Year 2&3  students

3

Communicating Research Results: Science

PhD (Science) students

4

Innovative Thinking

All PhD students

   
 

 

 

 

SCHOOL 2: January 23rd to 27th, 2017

 

 Title

Eligibility

1

Leadership Skills and Issues in Career Development for the Emerging Scholar

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

2

Qualitative Research Methodology

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

3

Presentation Skills (Including Conference Presentations-Oral /Poster Preparations)

All PhD students

4

Use of Selected Computer Packages for Research Data Analysis (Please select a package)

i.      R

ii.    NVIVO

PhD Year 2 & 3 students

 

Interested candidates may select up to two modules per School in order of preference.

Candidates are advised to apply early as space is limited and will be offered strictly on a first-come-first served basis.

 

Fees Structure

A/ Ghanaian Applicants

All Ghanaian applicants will be expected to pay a subsidized fee of $100.00 only to cover course fees including lunch and course materials.

 

University of Ghana applicants on Carnegie Scholarship may use part of their funding to cover the course fees.

 

B/ New External Applicants

The first six (6) new applicants from any country within the West African sub-region other than Ghana will receive full sponsorship comprising:

1.      Return (Economy Class) Air ticket

2.      Full tuition of $300.00

3.      Accommodation in Students Hall of Residence

4.      Breakfast and Lunch

Please note that no Daily Subsistence Allowance (DSA) will be provided.

 

C/ Other External Applicants

All other applicants from any African country other than Ghana will be expected to pay a subsidized Course fee of $100.00 only.  In addition to the subsidy on the course fees, participants will be provided with:

1.      Accommodation in Students Hall of Residence

2.      Breakfast and Lunch

 

Mode of application:

Interested candidates must complete the UG-PADA online application form currently available at https://goo.gl/forms/q9nLqeVk86UW2WTm1.

 

Please click here to download and complete the Confirmation form and send both the Confirmation form and a copy of your letter of admission to PhD programme/ evidence of current academic registration via e-mail to: ugpada@ug.edu.gh .

 

It is only upon filling the online form and submitting the two documents above that your application will be deemed complete. 

 

The Application Deadline is: December 16th, 2016.

 

Applicants offered places will be contacted by December 19th, 2016, and will be expected to make payments by Monday, January 9th, 2017 to secure their places.

 

For further enquiry kindly contact: ugpada@ug.edu.gh.

 

 

Evening/Weekend “I.T. Professional Certificate Short Courses”

Starting November 14, 2016 - Ending November 14, 2017

The Department of Computer Science is organizing evening and week end I.T. programmes on various courses from 18th November, 2016. Deadline for registration is Thursday, 17th November, 2016.

Please click here for the list of courses being offered.

 

 

Admissions into the Graduate Entry Medical Programme (GEMP) 2017/2018 Academic Year

Starting November 8, 2016 - Ending November 8, 2017

The University of Ghana School of Medicine and Dentistry (UGSMD) is inviting applications from qualified applicants for admission into the Graduate Entry Medical Programme for the 2017/2018 Academic Year.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

• Applicants should have a good (B.Sc) First Degree (Minimum of 2nd Class Lower) in the following science-based courses: Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Physician Assistant, Pharmacy, Nursing, Nutrition, Dietetics, Food Science, Engineering, Laboratory Sciences, Physiotherapy and Radiography.

• Candidates should have obtained a good WASSCE/SSSCE grade in three (3) core subjects.

• There should be evidence of having completed National Service (if applicable).

 

NATURE OF APPLICATION
The Graduate Entry Medical Programme is an integrated 4-year Medical Programme which leads to the award of MB ChB.  The Programme will begin in April, 2017 and will be run on a FULL-TIME and NON-RESIDENTIAL BASIS.

 

COST OF ONLINE APPLICATION VOUCHER
 

Ghanaian Applicants
University of Ghana online application E-VOUCHERS can be obtained by Ghanaian applicants for GH¢200.00 at the following banks: Ecobank, HFC Bank, Agricultural Development Bank, Ghana Commercial Bank, Zenith Bank, Merchant Bank, UniBank, Prudential Bank and Fidelity Bank.

 

Foreign Applicants
Foreign Applicants are to pay One Hundred US Dollars (US$100.00) as application fee into FGN-USD (0161034485694301) College Health Sciences, Korle Bu Campus. SWIFT CODE: ECOCGHAC. Kindly indicate SMD-GEMP on the pay slip and upload as part of the application form.

ACCESS COURSE
Access Course Form sells at Three Hundred and Ninety Ghana Cedis (GH¢390.00) for all Applicants. The price of the form covers tuition cost. Payment to be made at the cash office, School of Medicine and Dentistry.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Ghanian Applicants are to apply online by visiting http://admission.ug.edu.gh/undergrad.

Foreign Applicants are to apply online by visiting http://admission.ug.edu.gh/fs
Bank Statements of sponsors are however to be submitted to the Academic Affairs Office of the College of Health Sciences, Korle-Bu (Room 26).

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All online applications should be completed by Friday, 20th January, 2017.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Prospective applicants should take note of the following dates regarding the Graduate Entry Medical Programme admissions:

 

Access Course            

Monday, 30th January – Friday, 10th February, 2017

Entrance Examination

Tuesday, 14th February, 2017

Interview

Wednesday – Thursday, 15th – 16th February, 2017

Orientation/Med. Exams        

Monday, 27th Mar  – Friday, 31st Mar, 2017

Workshop on Teaching & Learning Methodologies

Monday, 3rd April – Thursday, 6th April, 2017

Lectures Begin           

Monday, 10th April, 2017       

 

Eligible applicants will be admitted into the Programme subject to passing an Entrance Examination and Oral Interview.

 

 

CONTACT US

For further information, please contact the College of Health Sciences, Academic Affairs, Korle-Bu (Room 26).

Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

+233 302-665103/4
+233 302-661446
+233302-666987  
 

Email:  Academic.ugms@chs.edu.gh

Educational and Sensitization Seminar - Centre For European Studies

Starting November 8, 2016 - Ending November 8, 2017

CENTRE FOR EUROPEAN STUDIES CALLING

The Centre for European Studies, University of Ghana, in collaboration with the EU Delegation in Ghana is organizing an Educational and Sensitization Seminar for Students who want to undertake internships and further education (with full scholarship) in Europe. The schedule is as follows:

Date: Friday, 11th November, 2016

Venue: NNB 3

Time: 8am-9.30am

Speakers will include:

* Ambassador William Hanna, Head of the European Union Delegation

* Filippo Bocchini of the Erasmus+ Internships for Study in Europe

* Professor Ransford Gyampo, Director, Centre for European Studies

All Faculty and Students, particularly those in Levels 300 and 400 in the College of Humanities are cordially invited.

 

Professor Ransford Gyampo

(Director, Centre for European Studies) 

 

 

PhD Programme In Development Economics

Starting November 4, 2016 - Ending November 4, 2017

 

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND INSTITUTE OF STATISTICAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH (ISSER)

AND

UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY-WORLD INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS RESEARCH (UNU-WIDER)

PhD PROGRAMME IN DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS

 

The University of Ghana (UG) is offering a PhD programme in Development Economics in collaboration with the World Institute for Development Economics Research of the United Nations University (UNU-WIDER). Upon graduation, students are awarded a doctoral degree by the University of Ghana. The programme invites applications from qualified persons for a 4-Year Full-time PhD Programme in Development Economics beginning January 2017.

 

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

Interested applicants to the PhD in Development Economics must have a relevant Master’s Degree, in economics or a closely related area. The applicant must have taken a year’s coursework at the M. Phil level or its equivalent with at least a B+ average in the core courses of Micro, Macro and Quantitative Methods. Female Applicants and those from the West African sub-region are highly encouraged to apply.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Applicants in Ghana and Ghanaians are required to purchase e-vouchers from any branch of Fidelity Bank, HFC Bank, Ecobank, and ADB and apply online (see School of Research and Graduate Studies website – www.srgs.ug.edu.gh and the main University’s website – www.ug.edu.gh for details). The fee (non-refundable) for the e-voucher is GHc 110.

 

Applicants outside Ghana and Non-Ghanaians should visit the School of Graduate Studies or the University’s website and download the application form. After completion, the form should be sent to the address below with a non-refundable application fee of US$110 or its equivalent in international money order.

 

Applicants must in addition submit the following documents:

  1. 2 copies of Certificate(s) authenticated by institution(s) awarding degree(s).
  2. 2 copies of Transcript(s) authenticated by institution(s) awarding academic results
  3. 3 Referee reports (two must be from person(s) who are familiar with the applicant’s academic work, one of whom should be the applicant’s graduate supervisor).
  4. A research proposal (max. 10 pages).
  5. CV showing academic and work experiences.

 

Completed form and supporting documents including “proof of submission” of application must be addressed to, or submitted in person to: 

 

The Executive Secretary

School of Graduate Studies

University of Ghana

P. O. Box 571

Legon, Accra. Ghana

 

Applications should reach the School of Graduate Studies by December 5, 2016.  For any additional information please contact the PhD Programme Assistant on Telephone: +233-(0) 30 3931381 or email: Economics@ug.edu.gh

Successful Applicants will undertake internship at UNU-WIDER in Helsinki during the second year of their training. Limited Scholarship is available.                                             

 

68th Annual New Year School & Conference

Starting October 25, 2016 - Ending October 25, 2017

 

Date: Sunday January 15, 2017 - Friday January 20, 2017

Venue: Great Hall, University of Ghana, Legon

Theme: Promoting National Development Through Agricultural Modernization: The Role of ICT

Formal Opening: Monday 16 January, at 10:00am.

 

Click to download the registration form.

 

Admission into The Master of Arts (M.A) Programme in Conference Interpreting 2016 / 2017- Academic Year (January Intake)

Starting October 24, 2016 - Ending October 24, 2017

I. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

 

·       A good first degree, at least Second Class Lower Division (in any subject) or its equivalent.

·       In addition, applicants will take a written aptitude test, and will be interviewed.

 

Nature of Programme and Duration

The Master of Arts in Conference Interpreting is a 24-month (or 4-semester) professional interpreter-training programme leading to the award of M.A. in Conference Interpreting. The new academic year will begin in January 2017 and will be run on FULL-TIME and RESIDENTIAL/ NON-RESIDENTIAL basis.

 

II. LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS                        

In addition to the above Entry Requirements, candidates should take note of the following Language Requirements:

 

The active languages offered on the programme are English and French. Candidates may present other working languages (Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic). The applicant shall have:

 

EITHER

Language Combination Option I

a. one language A – (First active language - Language of Highest Competence & Intuition) into which they shall interpret from the language(s) B (and/or C) and

 

b. one language B (Second active language - Language of High Competence) into which they shall interpret from the language A. Applicants should have spent at least one year in a country in which language B is widely spoken ;

 

OR

Language Combination option II

c. one language A (Active language - Language of Highest Competence & Intuition) into which they shall interpret from the languages C and

 

d. two languages C (Passive Languages – Languages of good level of proficiency) from which they shall interpret into the language A.

 

Evaluation of Applications:

Candidates who meet the above requirements may submit, in addition to the filled Application Form:

• A detailed CV;                                                     

• An application letter stating reasons for applying for the programme and indicating their languages

   A, B and/or C.

 

Applications that are lacking one of these will be rejected.

Eligible applicants will be admitted to the Programme subject to passing a competitive written Entrance Examination and an Oral Interview

 

For candidates with combination A and B, Preference will be given to applicants who meet two of the following criteria:

 

• have spent a considerable period of time in a country of their language B (several years)

• have daily contact with their language B (bilingual family, constant use at workplace)

• have a degree in their language B

 

This will be taken into consideration in assessing the acceptability of the application submitted.

 

III. COMPETITIVE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION & INTERVIEW    

The Competitive Entrance Examination & Interview will take place between 30th November and 1st December 2016, at the Maison Française, Reginald Amonoo Building, University of Ghana. Candidates will:

 

(a) sit for a written test;

(b) be interviewed on their general background and general knowledge based on questions drawn

      up by the selection committee;

(c) be tested on Memory Exercises to assess their proficiency in their working languages and their

      capacity to analyse, memorize and render information in a coherent way.

 

It is expected that all applicants will arrange to be in Accra, Ghana within the period stated above.

 

The results of the Examination and interview will be communicated individually to candidates by email, and posted on the Notice Board of the Maison Française, Reginald Amonoo Building, University of Ghana by 20th December, 2016.

 

FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information please contact the Programme Coordinator on the following lines:

+233 244 732 600 or by email: ryennah@ug.edu.gh copy to e.kouaovi@aiic.net

You may also visit the Website of the French Department: www.ug.edu.gh/french

 

IV. HOW TO APPLY

 

1. GHANAIAN APPLICANTS

On-line application e-vouchers can be obtained by Ghanaian applicants for GH¢180.00 at the following banks: Ecobank, HFC Bank, Agricultural Development Bank, Unibank, Ghana Commercial Bank and Fidelity Bank. Applicants should follow carefully the instructions on the voucher.

Click here to apply.

Applicants must in addition submit the following documents to the School of Graduate Studies.

i. Two (2) scanned copies of Certificate authenticated by institution awarding degree

ii. Two (2) scanned copies of original Transcript.

iii. Three (3) Referee Reports

iv. “Proof of submission of application” form.

 

N.B. Kindly write your serial number as it appears on the e-voucher on all the above documents before submitting them. The name of the programme being applied for and your telephone number should also be written on all the documents.

 

2. INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS AND GHANAIANS APPLYING FROM ABROAD

This category of applicants should use the following links to access the online application form for completion and submission:

Click here to apply

All applicants are expected to pay to the University a non-refundable application processing fee of US$110.00. This fee can be paid directly or wire transferred into the UNIVERSITY OF GHANA ECOBANK ACCOUNT.

Details of the Account are:

All applicants are expected to pay to the University, a non-refundable application processing fee of US$110.00.

All foreign students should make their payments as follows:

Account Name: University of Ghana Fees Collection (FOREX) – For payments in Ghana
Account Name: University of Ghana Fees Collection (FOREIGN) – For payments outside Ghana
Account No.:               0161094409780403; Swift Code: ECOCGHAC

            The third payment option is-

The Secure online payment platform using Visa Card and MasterCard.

 

APPLICATION FEES Cost of E-voucher

M.A. Conference Interpreting                                                      GH¢ 180.00

International Applicants and Ghanaians applying from abroad    US$ 110.00

 

The Postal address to which all international students/Ghanaians living abroad should send their completed application:

The Executive Secretary

School of Graduate Studies

University of Ghana Legon.

E-Mail: sgsadmissions@ug.edu.gh

 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST ENSURE THAT THEIR ON-LINE APPLICATIONS ARE CORRECTLY FILLED AND RECEIPT ACKNOWLEDGED ON SUBMISSION.

 

KINDLY NOTE THE FOLLOWING DEADLINES AND ADHERE TO THEM STRICTLY

 

THE CLOSING DATE FOR THE SALE OF E-VOUCHERS BY THE BANKS IS 28th November, 2016.

 

THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ON-LINE APPLICATIONS FOR THIS PROGRAMME UNDER THIS ARRANGEMENT IS 28th November, 2016

 

TUITION AND OTHER FEES FOR 2016-17 ARE INDICATED BELOW AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Ghanaian Applicants                                                                                                  GH¢7,232.00

Applicants from ECOWAS                                                                                        US$ 4,738.00

Other African Nationals                                                                                            US$ 5,975.00

Non-African Nationals                                                                                               US$ 7,831.00

 

Other Applicants to inquire from:               sgsadmissions@ug.edu.gh copy to ryennah@ug.edu.gh

University Of Ghana Diaspora Linkage Programme (UG-DLP)

Starting October 24, 2016 - Ending October 24, 2017

In 2011, the University of Ghana established a Diaspora Linkage Programme (UG-DLP) with funding from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. The UG-DLP seeks to promote partnerships with African Professors in the diaspora in order to draw on their expertise to enhance UG's faculty strength for post-graduate teaching, supervision and thesis examination, with particular emphasis on PhD training. It is expected that such partnerships will lead also to collaborative research that will enhance research productivity.

The UG-DLP seeks to establish links with existing Diaspora Networks, partner universities and individual diasporan professors. It is expected that individual diasporan professors will obtain endorsement from their universities to spend their leave/sabbatical periods at the University of Ghana.  Professors invited on the UG-DLP must be available for a minimum of four weeks normally, but preferably for one to two semesters, and willing to teach graduate courses, supervise Masters/PhD students, examine student theses, engage in research  (ideally in collaboration with UG faculty), and support the development of new post-graduate programmes.

The UG through this sponsorship will cover return economy air ticket of Professors on the UG-DLP and provide a salary top-up to cover costs for the initial 90 days of their stay in Ghana. UG will also provide fully furnished accommodation on campus where necessary and free utilities.

If you are an African academic working in a University abroad and are interested in the UG-DLP, please send an e-mail stating your interest with a completed application form (attached) and an abridged CV (no more than 3 pages), to the following address: cobadu@ug.edu.gh; Attention: Mrs. Christy Badu, Deputy Registrar, BANGA-Africa Project, University of Ghana, Legon.

Click To Download  Application Form

 

 

 

 

 

Invitation To A Public Lecture - CBAS

Starting October 24, 2016 - Ending October 24, 2017

 

The College of Basic and Applied Sciences cordially invites the University community to a lecture series as follows:

Topic: Introduction to Ghana's Oil Industry: History and Future Trends

Speaker: Mr. Michael Aryeetey - Chief Operating Officer of the newly established GNPC Exploration & Production Company Limited (EXPLORCO).

Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Time: 3:00pm

Venue: Centre for African Wetlands

 

 

ABSTRACT

Topic: Introduction to Ghana's Oil Industry: History and Future Trends.

Globally, Petroleum and petroleum products have become an essential part of the energy mix; and energy, in turn, has become the lifeblood of human existence. Without energy, our lives would be almost unrecognizable and industrialization will drastically grind to a halt. Over the last century,  the demand for petroleum has greatly increased to the extent that it has become the most valuable commodity traded on world markets is proud to be part of an industry that truly powers economies.

The global petroleum industry is usually divided into three major components: upstream, midstream and downstream. Until recent times, Ghana’s petroleum industry was defined by intermittent acquisition of data and drilling of wells offshore, mainly in the exploration phase with virtually no significant development activities (upstream sector), the importation of crude oil and petroleum products, a relatively small amount of crude refining, and the distribution of refined products, all at the downstream sector.

The establishment of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC), an Agency under the Ministry of Petroleum in 1983was a bold step that produced the leadership that the local industry needed. GNPC as a national organization was charged with significant responsibilities in respect of petroleum exploration and production. The objectives of the Corporation include efficient exploitation of oil and gas resources within our territories, jobs creation, general economic development, economic and energy security, vertical integration and the maximization of shareholder value. Over the last 30 years GNPC have worked with the Government and other sister Agencies in restructuring and positioning the nascent industry for the big take off.

From 1970 when the first offshore well was drilled and the first oil discovery was made in the Saltpond basin, to several marginal oil and gas discoveries made later on in the Tano basin, to the first deep-water well drilled by Phillips Petroleum in 900m of water in the Cape Three Points sub basin, and the extensive data acquisition offshore, Ghana had come a long way before our significant breakthrough in 2007.

Finding new oil and gas reserves is not just about gaining rights to licenses and having access to capital and technology, but also about laws, regulations and permits established by authorities and by governments. It is also about forming and managing partnerships, negotiating complex deals and working with the complex geopolitics of the industry.

The discovery of commercial quantities of oil and gas in deep-water offshore Ghana made it evident that the current legal and regulatory framework governing the industry is not robust enough to counter the challenges.

The Government and other stakeholders therefore set out to tightened up framework to adequately protect the interest of Ghana and to ensure maximum benefits from the natural resource for the people of Ghana. The new E&P Bill (Act 919) is expected to introduce a lot of clarity and transparency in the industry.

The story of the oil industry in recent times has not been very good. From late 2014 to date, oil projects around the globe, including Ghana, have suffered delays, cancellation and reduced investment as a result of the global slump in oil prices. This low oil price, if sustained, could mark the beginning of a long-term drop in upstream oil and natural gas investment.

Ghana's case is worsened by the maritime border disputes with Cote D'Ivoire. The dispute has adversely affected operations in our most prospective sedimentary basin.

However, as a country, Ghana is lucky to have in recent times two producing oil and gas field with a third expected to reach first oil early 2017.  Going into the future, how do we ensure that our industry remains competitive and attractive to investment in these difficult periods of low capital? More importantly, how do we all ensure that the country maximizes the use of its share of the revenue from oil proceeds for the benefits of Ghanaians?

 

 

PROFILE OF SPEAKER

MICHAEL NII ARMAH ARYEETEY

He is the Chief Operating Officer of the newly established GNPC Exploration & Production Company Limited (EXPLORCO).

EXPLORCO is a subsidiary of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) established in 2014 to serve as a strategic vehicle through which GNPC intends to build rapid local capacity and technology transfer as well as attain the goal of a world-class operator.

As the Chief Operating Officer, he is responsible for managing EXPLORCO's interests in eight shallow and deep-water assets offshore Ghana. He also provides general oversight of all operational activities and supervises the day-to-day business of the Company.

Professionally, he has over fifteen years of exploration and production experience that spans both the gold mining and oil and gas sectors of Ghana. His career with GNPC began in 2004 where he rose through the ranks to become the Lead Petroleum Geologist. He worked in the Geology Department of GNPC with responsibilities for oil block evaluation and promotion, license negotiations, and a technical support for the Corporate Strategy & New Business Unit. He also served as a member of the Jubilee Field Team from 2007 to 2012.

Until his present appointment as Chief Operating Officer, Michael served on various Committees established by GNPC, Ministry of Energy and the Government of Ghana because of his knowledge of the Upstream Industry in Ghana. He has also presented Technical papers and featured on expert panel discussions in Ghana and at international conferences (USA, UK, France, South Africa, Italy, Nigeria, Morocco, etc.) and fora. He is currently a part-time Lecturer for the Geoscience Graduate Program at the Earth Science Department of the University of Ghana.

Mr. Aryeetey holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Geology from the University of Ghana, and a Master of Science degree in Petroleum Geoscience from the NTNU, Norway.

 

 

5th Call for Applications: CAPREx Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships

Starting October 20, 2016 - Ending October 20, 2017

The University of Ghana (UG) in partnership with the Makerere University (Mak), Uganda and the University of Cambridge, UK is pleased to announce the 5th Call for Applications for post-doctoral research fellowships under the CAPREx (Cambridge-Africa Partnership for Research Excellence) Programme.

The programme which is funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York focuses on building research capacity in the two African institutions. The CAPREx programme has since 2010 provided a total of 27 fully funded post-doctoral fellowships to UG faculty members to spend up to 6 months at the University of Cambridge working with Cambridge based collaborators on specific research areas.

Eligibility
Full time faculty members from the College of Basic and Applied Sciences as well as faculty members from other UG Colleges doing research on infectious diseases are eligible to apply for this fellowship. Please click here to see the full announcement which contains full details on eligibility requirements.

Submission of applications and deadline
Interested eligible faculty members should complete the Expression of Interest Form and submit electronically (by email) with all the necessary attachments in PDF format to caprex@ug.edu.gh latest by the close of day on 5th November, 2016.

Please visit the programme website for more information on the CAPREx programme.

SES Public Lecture

Starting October 19, 2016 - Ending October 19, 2017

 

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES

PUBLIC LECTURE

The school of Engineering Sciences is pleased to announce its upcoming public lecture on the theme: BUILDING CAPACITY FOR RESEARCH EXCELLENCE: THE CHALLENGE FOR UNIVERSITIES IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM to be delivered by Prof. Samuel Frimpong, Robert H. Quenon Endowed Chair and Director, Heavy Mining Machinery Research Laboratory at the Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, Missouri, USA. Find attached a brief profile of the speaker and an abstract for the presentation. The following are details about the lecture:

 

DATE: TUESDAY 25TH OCTOBER, 2016

TIME: 2:00 – 3:00 PM GMT

VENUE: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES SEMINAR ROOM

CHAIRMAN: PROF. BOATENG ONWONA-AGYEMAN, DEAN OF SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES

ALL ARE CORDIALLY INVITED.

 

Please click here to access more information on the lecture

 

Introducing UGPay

Starting January 1, 2015 - Ending January 1, 2020

The University of Ghana has deployed a web acquiring solution christened “UGPay” for University of Ghana. This solution provides a platform for  secure ‘‘online’’ payments of tuition, graduation, application forms etc fees as well as payments for other services rendered by or needed from the University. The platform accepts both Visa card and Mastercard, issued anywhere. 

International Students may pay their tuition fees using UGPay. Click here to make secure online payment.