Universities to produce critical thinkers for rapid societal growth

Dr Yaw Osei Adutuwm, the Minister for Education has called on Universities to train graduate who are critical thinkers with the capabilities of...
Amnesty International Ghana

Amnesty International Ghana launches project to end sexual harassment in universities

Amnesty International Ghana is collaborating with authorities of the various universities in Ghana to roll out a programme aimed at tackling issues of sexual...

Government will support Universities to build infrastructure-VEEP

Vice President, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia, has said the government would support institutions of higher learning with funding for infrastructural development. He said through the Ghana...
Education Education Conference

Universities urged to focus on practice-oriented education

Mr Kwaku Ennim, the Chief Executive Officer, Zeal Environmental Technologies has called on Universities in Africa to reconsider the structure of its educational system...
Jonathan Amoako Baah Ceo Gridco

Universities should invest in digital platforms

Mr Jonathan Amoako-Baah, Chief Executive Officer, Ghana Grid Company, has urged universities to invest in technology and digital platforms to enhance quality of teaching...

Universities in Cameroon reopen after months of suspension amid COVID-19

Universities and other higher education institutions in Cameroon started to welcome returning students on Thursday after a suspension of nearly seven months due to...

SHS and JHS students back to school after COVID-19 break

Senior High Schools (SHS) in the Tamale Metropolis have used the first day of reopening to register their students as well as take them...
Medical workers are seen in a COVID-19 quarantine hospital in Cairo, Egypt, on June 15, 2020. Egypt reported on Monday its highest single-day COVID-19 deaths with 97 fatalities, taking the death toll in the North African country to 1,672, said the Egyptian Health Ministry. According to the ministry's spokesman Khaled Megahed, 1,691 new COVID-19 infections have also been registered in the past 24 hours, bringing the total confirmed cases to 46,289. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)

Hundreds of students self-isolating after major COVID-19 outbreaks in UK universities

Hundreds of students have been in self-isolation in several British universities as major coronavirus outbreaks were reported on campus just days into the new...
Zambia China Flag Handshake

Zambian, Chinese universities sign agreement on skills exchange

The University of Zambia (UNZA) and Jiangsu University of China have signed a partnership agreement for skills transfer and development in agriculture. ...
students of St Martin’s Senior High School

Establish more universities to absorb SHS students

Mr Daniel Dotse, the Chief Executive Officer, Lead for Ghana, a Non-Governmental Organization in education, has called on government to establish more public universities...

Universities in Zimbabwe resume classes under strict guidelines

Some of Zimbabwe's universities will allow final year students to return to campus starting Monday in a phased reopening approach as the country starts...
Schools Sanitation Inspection Tour

Sports And Sanitation Tour To Reach Universities

The exciting Schools’Sports And Sanitation Inspection Tour organized by One-On-One Foundation will soon hit the universities. Mr. Emmanuel Olla Williams, chief organizer of the programme...

UK government rejects multi-billion pound bailout for universities

The British government refused Monday a 2-billion-pound (2.5-billion-U.S.-dollar) bailout request from universities but allowed institutions to continue to charge full annual tuition fees for...
A teacher from Zhejiang University records a class of systematic anatomy. Photo from the official WeChat account of Zhejiang University

Chinese universities try best to offer online classes amid COVID-19

Zhao E’na Chinese universities have rolled out online courses since February so as to reduce the impacts from COVID-19. As of April 3, a total...
Dr Opoku Prempeh

COVID-19: Government to provide distance education technology free for universities

Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, the Minister of Education, has announced Government plans to acquire distance education technology and the technical ability and capacity...
Education Hult Prize

Regent team, among six top finalists in Hult Prize competition

The Regent University Team has emerged among the six top finalists in the Boston Regional Finals of the Hult Prize, after competing against...

COVID -19: MTN Provides Free Connectivity for Home Learning

MTN Ghana has taken another giant step by announcing a Y’ello care package which gives customers the opportunity to access a variety of learning...
Bus passengers sanitize their hands in Kigali, capital city of Rwanda, March 14, 2020. Rwanda on Saturday registered its first case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the ministry of health said here. (Xinhua/Cyril Ndegeya)

Rwanda suspends schools, universities, places of worship over coronavirus concerns

Rwanda announced Saturday the suspension of schools, universities and places of worship across the country for two weeks amid concerns over the spread of...
Bewerber im Assessment Center

Warning: Don’t register for SAT until you read this

SAT is an acronym for Scholastic Assessment Test and is used in the application process to colleges and universities in the United States. The...

Universities need greater collaboration to ensure successful change

Mr Isaac Boakye Nyamekye, an alumnus of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has called for collaborations in the management of...

‘Government, partners must act in unison to retool universities’

Professor Domwini Dabire Kuupole, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, has said government and partners must work in unison to re-tool and...

16 Top Ghanaian Universities to take part in 2019-2020 Huawei ICT Skill Competition

Huawei Ghana has toured some 16 universities in Ghana through exciting and interactive roadshows to give the students the opportunity to compete in the...
volta symposium

Don’t reject the courses your universities give you – Prof Dolphyne

Professor Florence Abena Dolphyne, the first female Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University Ghana, has urged students to embrace and pursue all the courses offered...
Nab Universities Accreditation

Universities running programmes Without Accreditation to face law – NAB

The National Accreditation Board (NAB) has signalled warning that it will not hesitate to take action against both public and private universities that continue...
Nab Workshop

Universities Must Seek Quality Delivery

Dr Kwame Dattey, Former Executive Secretary, National Accreditation Board (NAB), has called on Universities to focus on quality service to meet the needs of...
From 2015 to now, a total of 114 students from Pakistan, an important country along the Belt and Road, have come to Hebei Engineering University for studies. To know more and better Chinese culture, they practice in spare time Tai Chi, table tennis, Chinese chess and calligraphy together with their Chinese classmates. In the picture, Chinese and Pakistan students are showing their calligraphy work Good friends along the Belt and Road. Photo by Shi Ziqiang from People’s Daily

Saudi Schools, Universities Curriculum to Include Chinese Language

Saudi Arabia and China on Friday agreed to include the Chinese language in the curriculum at all stages of education in Saudi schools and...
distance learning

Prof. Yankah asks Ghanaian universities to make distance learning much more appealing

Professor Kwesi Yankah, the Minister of State for Tertiary Education, has urged universities to rebrand distance learning as part of efforts to bring education...
Dr John Kofi Mensah

Universities charged to train more entrepreneurs for Ghana

Dr John Kofi Mensah, Managing Director, adb Bank, has urged universities to produce more entrepreneurs to support the growth of the private sector in...
UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Ghanaian Universities charged to give priority entrepreneurship

Professor Dennis Yao Dzansi, Head of Business Support Studies at the Central University of Technology, South Africa, has challenged higher institutions in Ghana to...

Religious leaders call for clam in universities

The Inter Religious Council of Ethiopia called on Wednesday for calm in Ethiopia's universities that have been rocked by unrest in recent months. In...