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Parliament approves €55.024 million credit facility for University of Environment

Parliament has approved a total of €55.024 million credit facility agreement between the Government of Ghana and the Deutsche Bank to finance the development...
Dr Opoku Prempeh

COVID-19; government constitutes team of experts to enhance education

Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh, the Minister of Education, said government has constituted a team of experts to come up with immediate...

Gov’t remains committed to NLC ruling – NCTE

Government has no intention to ignore the National Labour Commission (NLC) ruling between it and the Technical University Teachers Association, the National Council...

KNUST Brouhaha: OccupyGhana Frowns Against Removal of Vice Chancellor

Pressure group, OccupyGhana, has also added its voice to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), brouhaha, by condemning the removal of...

Education practitioners to participate in learning summit

The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) in collaboration with Transforming Teacher Education and Learning (T-TEL) has organised a learning summit for teacher education...

NCTE, Stop The Illegality – Staff Of Technical Universities And Polytechnics In Ghana

At a meeting today, April 11, 2017 in Kumasi among Vice Chancellors, Rectors, Registrars, Directors of Finance and Representatives of POTAG, PAAG and GAPA,...

Elsevier partners with NCTE to provide books

ScienceDirect College Edition is Elsevier’s full-text platform for research literature, tailored towards institutes of higher education. A statement signed by Mohammed Sayed of Elsevier and...

NUGS Communique Issued At The Maiden Education Conference

INTRODUCTION We the Students of Ghana, as stakeholders in education, in our quest to ensuring the existence of a Graduate Destination Market and Building Sustainable...
Okudzeto Ablakwa, Deputy Minister of Education.

Universities Must Give Priority To Science, Technology Before Obtaining Accreditation

He explained that for a new university to be approved for accreditation, “it must more or less show that it is going to give...

Youth groups threaten legal action against NCTE

It also appealed to President Mahama to hold on with making any statement regarding the selection and conversion of Polytechnics to technical universities in...
Ho Poly

Ho Polytechnic commissions School of Graduate Studies

The Polytechnic now has five Faculties; Engineering, Applied Science and Technology, Business and Management Studies, Art and Design and Liberal Arts giving effect to...

NUGS Called Off Intended ‘Yentua Demo’

The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has officially called on its constituents and the general public of its decision to put on hold...

Lack of teacher commitment in Ghana is worrying

The Vice Principal of the Methodist University College, Very Revered Professor Joseph M.Y Edusah-Eyison, has expressed worry over what he described as ?the lack...
Mr Salem Kalmoni, President, BPI delivering a speech

Restricted numbers attains higher education in Ghana

Professor Mahama Duwiejua, Executive Director, National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE), has observed that access to tertiary education in Ghana was still elitist. He explained...
Government and UTAG

UTAG And Government Came To A Compromise

Government has reaffirmed its resolve to pay the Book and Research Allowances of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) under the existing arrangement...

POTAG & Gov’t finalized deal on book and research allowances

Government and Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana (POTAG) have finalized a deal on modalities for the payment of book and research allowance that triggered...

Only In Ghana, Drivers Enjoy Research Allowance

The Herald?s investigations into the brouhaha over the payment of Research and Book Allowance to university lecturers and polytechnic teachers have revealed a very...

UCC adopt effective collegiate system

The University of Cape Coast has organized a two- day training workshop for provosts and senior administrative members of the University. The University Council, in...