Announcements

Language Proficiency Courses as Free Electives - Department of Modern Languages and French

Starting August 20, 2018 - Ending August 20, 2019

The Department of Modern Languages and French have mounted language proficiency courses as free electives for students in Level 300 and level 400 who wish to acquire basic communication skills for beginners in any of the language, namely French, Kiswahili, Russian, Arabic, Russian and Spanish taught in the two Departments. Students who are majoring/minoring/combining may also take the proficiency course in a language other than the one they are majoring/minoring/combining.

 

The rationale behind mounting these proficiency courses is:

 

·         To enable students acquire basic communication skills and cultural knowledge in the language of their choice and earn credits for them.

 

COURSE STRUCTURE

There will be two courses on offer each worth two (2) credits, one for beginners (Level A1[1]) and another for those who having passed the beginners’ course wish to continue to Level A2[2].  Level A2 will also be open to those students who feel confident enrolling in Level A2 directly. Whiles, students are free to take only beginners’ course, students who wished to take the second level course can do so.

 

COURSE CODES AND TITLES

The following are the courses offered in the First Semester of 2018/2019 academic year.

 

ARABIC                    DMLA 301     Arabic for Non-Majors/Minors I

KISWAHILI             DMLK 301     Kiswahili for Non-Majors/Minors I

SPANISH                   DMLS 301      Spanish for Non-Majors/Minors I

FRENCH                   DFRE 301      French for Non-Majors/Minors I

 

Russian and Chinese free elective courses would be offered in the 2nd Semester.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 

DMLA 301/DMLK 301/DFRE301/DMLS 301: Language for Non-Majors/Minors I

This course is designed for students with limited or no previous experience in the foreign languages on offer. It will develop fundamental skills, in speaking and writing, listening and reading comprehension, which will enable students to carry out basic communicative functions.  At the end of the course students are expected to attain the A1 level on the Common European Framework of Reference for Foreign Languages. 

 


[1] Can understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases aimed at the satisfaction of needs of a concrete type. Can introduce him/herself and others and can ask and answer questions about personal details such as where he/she lives, people he/she knows and things he/she has. Can interact in a simple way provided the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

[2] Can understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of most immediate relevance (e.g. very basic personal and family information, shopping, local geography, employment). Can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters. Can describe in simple terms aspects of his/her background, immediate environment and matters in areas of immediate need.

 

Call for Papers & Expression of Interest - All African Peoples Conference

Starting August 17, 2018 - Ending August 17, 2019

Call for Papers & Expression of Interest - All African Peoples Conference

The Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana, is pleased to announce the celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the All African Peoples Conference (AAPC), and to issue this call for participation in the commemorative events. Hosted by Ghana in 1958, the first AAPC served as the rallying point for mobilizing ordinary Africans in the decisive struggles for liberation across the continent and beyond.

The conference, attended by over 300 hundred delegates representing political parties, civil society groups, trade unions and other working people’s organizations from the continent and the Diaspora, as well as observers from Europe, North America and China, was a precursor to the Organization of African Unity (OAU) and played an instrumental role in the final onslaught on colonial rule

The Organizing Committee invites individuals or groups interested in presenting papers to submit abstracts of not more than 300 words, focusing on one of the conference sub-themes, to aapc2018@ug.edu.gh. The deadline for the submission of abstracts is September 17, 2018. Individuals and groups who wish to be considered for participation in the artistic performance stream are invited to submit a 300-word description of their specific art form and how it relates to the theme, to aapc2018@ug.edu.gh not later than September 17, 2018. More information about the Institute of African Studies please visit our website at http://ias.ug.edu.gh/ Please contact the Organizing Committee at aapc2018@ug.edu.gh if you need any clarification or assistance with your submission.

 

Please click here for more details

 

 

Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network for Africa, Accra, Ghana - Triennial Conference – Accra 2019

Starting August 17, 2018 - Ending August 17, 2019

 

Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network for Africa, Accra, Ghana

in collaboration with

Livelihoods Support and Development Centre, Abeokuta, Nigeria

hereby announce their

 

Triennial Conference – Accra 2019

Background 

Sustainable Livelihoods and Development Network for Africa (SLIDEN AFRICA) is a non-governmental, non-profit making network coordinated from Nigeria with offices in Kenya and Ghana. It is made up of partners with knowledge and experience in the Agriculture, Development Studies and related fields. SLIDEN AFRICA was established in 2000 with a vision to contribute to the empowerment of poor people in Africa through poverty alleviation, livelihoods development, skill enhancement and gender parity in development, research and networking. It aims at contributing significantly to the attainment of increase in level of education, reducing poverty, ensuring gender equity and environmental sustainability in Africa.

The Conference – SLIDEN AFRICA Accra 2019

Theme: African Development Beyond Slogans: New Approaches and Sustainable Outcomes

Subthemes:

  1. Development Policy Thoughts and Applications
  2. Approaches to increasing Productivity, Income and Sustainable Livelihoods
  3. Sustainable Resource Management for African Development 
  4. Gender Considerations in African Development Interventions
  5. Issues in Climate Change and Variability
  6. Monitoring and Learning from Development Interventions

 

Date: Monday, 4th to Thursday, 7th March, 2019

 

The Venue

Oscarpak Royal Hotel, off Kisseman-Haatso Road, West Legon, Accra, Ghana

 

Conference Registration

Ghanaian Participants:  GHC 300    Nigerian Participants: NGN30,000                  Others: USD100

This covers conference materials, group lunches, tea and snack during breaks. This fee DOES NOT INCLUDE accommodation (plus breakfast) and other dinners during the conference.

 

How to pay registration fee

Registration fee should be paid using the bank details below:

Account Name: Livelihoods Support and Development Centre

Account Number: 1012517151

Bank Name: Zenith Bank Plc, 84, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Isale-Igbein, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria

SWIFT CODE – ZEIBNGLA

Registration fees can also be paid on arrival at the Conference.

Participants who have paid conference registration fee as advised above should scan and send the evidence of payment by email attachment to: slidenafrica@gmail.com

 

Website: slidenafrica.org

Convener: Dr. Jonathan Anaglo                        Email: joanaglo@gmail.com                              Tel: +233247529255

Co-convener: Prof. Kolawole Adebayo            Email: kolawole_adebayo@hotmail.com       Tel: +2348034046873

Organising Secretary: Zenabu Kobatu          Email: zenabu07@yahoo.com                      Tel: +233244231559

Coordinator: Dr. Olubukola Osuntade             Email: bukolaosuntade@hotmail.com            Tel: +2348035047641

 

Hotel accommodation

Accommodation are available at:

  1. Oscarpak Royal Hotel, off Kisseman-Haatso Road, West Legon, Accra (about USD50/night)
  2. Golf Suites Hotel, 8-11, Silicon Avenue, West Legon, Accra (about USD35/night)
  3. Olive Height Hotel, Westlands, Accra (about (USD50/night)
  4. Tulip Inn, South Legon, Accra (about USD150/night)

 

For participants who require assistant with reservations in respect of accommodation, send an email to: slidenafrica@gmail.com

 

IMPORTANT DATES

Monday, 10th December, 2018 – Submission of Abstract

Monday, 14th January, 2019 – Submission of full Papers or Poster

Monday, 4th February, 2019 – Accommodation Request

Monday, 4th March, 2019 – Arrival of Participants

Tuesday, 5th March, 2019 – Opening Ceremony/First Technical Session/Congress Dinner

Wednesday, 6th March, 2019 – Triennial Congress and Second Technical Session

Thursday, 7th March, 2019 – Field Trip and Departure

 

 

 

 

Short Course: Contemporary Approaches to Safe, Healthy and Quality Fruit and Vegetable Production

Starting August 16, 2018 - Ending August 16, 2019

Short Course: Contemporary Approaches to Safe, Healthy and Quality Fruit and Vegetable Production

The Institute of Applied Science and Technology, College of Basic and Applied Sciences, University of Ghana, has developed four modular courses under the project “Contemporary Approaches to Safe, Healthy and Quality Fruit and Vegetable Production”. This was done with funding from the Skills Development Fund, Phase II. The course seeks to build capacity of farmers in protected and controlled environment agriculture in Envirodome Greenhouse Farming.

The target groups for this short course are fruits and vegetable farmers. Please find below a synopsis on each module:

Module 1: Overview of Controlled Environment Agriculture: This module will introduce you to the history of greenhouse fruits and vegetables production and its importance, production of fruits and vegetables in controlled environment, how to raise seedling in greenhouse conditions and the importance of plant breeding.

Module 2: Plant Protection: This module will introduce you to diseases in fruits and vegetables, identifying and eradicating diseases and integrated diseases management, plant viruses and their importance, how some viruses are transmitted and approaches to managing plant viral diseases.

Module 3: Entrepreneurship: This module will teach you all you need to know about what an entrepreneurship is and how to identify and use opportunities that exist in the fruits and vegetable market.

Module 4: Farming as a Business: You do not want to miss this module if you are interested in running a farm business. This section will introduce you to relevant things to in undertaking farm budgeting, farm operations, financial management, marketing and record keeping.

This short course is currently being piloted for a moderate fee of GHS 450.00 for the four modules in September 2018. Kindly Contact 0541035469/0200812456/0244046850 for further information/clarification.

 

 

Student Innovation Challenge (STIC)

Starting August 16, 2018 - Ending August 16, 2019

 Student Innovation Challenge (STIC)

The Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IAST) under the College of Basic and Applied Sciences of the University of Ghana serves as a platform for the transfer of knowledge, technology and innovation developed at the University of Ghana to Industry, the University community and the Nation. One of the important objectives of the Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IAST) is to organize events to showcase technologies developed from departments of the University of Ghana. As part of its strategy to achieve its objectives and to mark the 70th Anniversary of the University of Ghana, the Institute of Applied Science and Technology is organizing a Student Innovation Challenge (STIC).

The STIC is to bring out the innovative and creative abilities in students and to encourage participation in the application of the acquired knowledge, skills and abilities to solve problems pertaining to industry.

The STIC has two major aspects. First, the University of Ghana STIC is opened to all students of the University of Ghana from every college/school/department/institute/centre with diverse innovations. Second, the HMD Africa STIC, which is being sponsored by HMD Africa, on the other hand is opened to all students of the University of Ghana from every college/school/department/institute/centre whose innovations fall within agricultural science.

Both Challenges run concurrently with the UG STIC considering diverse innovations from multiple disciplines.

 

AIMS OF STUDENT INNOVATION CHALLENGE (STIC)

a. To Empower potential students to create innovative solutions to problems existing within the University community, local industries and the Country through the application of knowledge and skills gained in their areas of study.

b. To Create a network between experts in different fields of industries and students to as well as encourage the mentoring of students together with the teaching staff of the University.

c. To Foster teamwork among students across the different disciplines through collaboration.

d. To Encourage students to develop the enthusiasm and skills of entrepreneurship as a solution to unemployment.

 

UG STIC

The General STIC will strictly be opened to both undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Ghana to showcase ideas or developed solutions to address problems existing industry in innovative technology in the following areas:

Health or sanitation

Education

Agriculture

Energy

Engineering e.g food processing, automobile design etc

 

HMD Africa STIC

The HMD Africa STIC will strictly be opened to both undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Ghana to showcase ideas or developed solution to address problems existing in the following areas within the agricultural sector of Ghana:

Innovative model or application to scale up crops agriculture

Innovative irrigation application

Scheme for assisting farmers in developing their business via new technologies

Scheme for strengthening link between farmer and markets

Scheme for mechanization of farmers

 

NB: All agriculture related applications submitted for the UG STIC will be included in the HMD Africa STIC.

RULES OF THE CHALLENGE

Eligibility

The challenge is strictly opened to both undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Ghana. Students may enter as a group of three (3) or as individuals. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply.

Ideas or solutions of applicant(s) should:

Meet specific needs/problems and be locally-driven

Demonstrate innovation and creativity

Express economic, social or environmental benefits

 

Entry requirement

Team/Individual

Each team/individual is required to upload a maximum of two (2) page proposal during application

Each team/individual must have a unique name.

Each team/individual should focus on only one particular area of the competition

 

Proposals must:

Be original, innovative and feasible.

Indicate the area of interest.

Describe in detail how innovative, the idea or solution is (can be accompanied by an illustration).

Describe a target market for the innovative idea or solution.

Identify resources to be utilized both local and foreign.

Describe how the idea will impact on Industry socially, environmentally and economically.

 

By submitting a proposal, the team/individual agrees that:

The applicant(s) is the creator of the idea/solution.

The applicant(s) own some rights to the idea/solution.

The submission does not infringe upon or violate the intellectual property, privacy, or other rights of any third party.

 

Criteria for Winner Selection

Initial selection

Initial selection of proposals would be conducted to select qualified applicants to enter the challenge. Selected applicants would be notified via phone call or e-mails in the first week of September 2018. Successful applicants would be posted on the Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IAST) website and social media pages and on the University of Ghana website.

Selection of winner

An award ceremony would be held in October 2018 to announce the winning team of the challenge. The winner of the challenge would be decided by a panel of judges. The winner of the UG STIC shall be entitled to a prize of GH5,000.00 and would be linked to industries/organizations for the implementation of the idea or solution while the winner of the HMD Africa STIC shall be awarded $50,000.00 as seed funding from HMD Africa to launch his/her project.

Disclaimer and Force Majeure 

 

The Institute of Applied Science and technology is not responsible for:

Typographical errors in any document submitted that may lead to miscommunication

Lost, misdirected, illegible, incomplete, or delayed proposals

Any cause beyond the Institute’s control, making it inadvisable, illegal, impossible, or impractical to continue the challenge.

 

For further enquiries or questions, kindly send your mails to iast@ug.edu.gh or visit the office of the Institute of Applied Science and Technology located within the D1 Chemistry Building (opposite the UG Recreational Quadrangle in University of Ghana).

 

Entry period and application

Applications to the challenge will be opened from 4th April 2018 (06:00 GMT) – 31st August, 2018 (00:00 GMT).

Interested students are required to apply online by clicking here. For further enquires kindly contact 0244046850 or 0209039058 or visit www.ug.edu.gh/iast or the offices of IAST at the Old Chemistry Building, Room DI.

NB: Applicants should ensure contacts; phone numbers and email addresses are added to their proposal

 

 

Short Course: Food and Agro Processing for Non-Scientists

Starting August 16, 2018 - Ending August 16, 2019

Short Course: Food and Agro Processing for Non-Scientists

The Department of Nutrition and Food Science in collaboration with the Departments of Family and Consumer Sciences, Crop Science, the Livestock and Poultry Research Centre and the Institute of Applied Science and Technology, have developed six modular courses under the project Food and Agro-Processing for Non-Scientists. This was done with funding from the Skills Development Fund, Phase II.

The target groups for this short course are food and agro processors. Please find below a synopsis on each module:

Module 1: Understanding the science of foods and the need for processing: This module will introduce you to basic food science and processing principles and technologies. You will understand the physicochemical, sensory and nutritional properties of foods that can be preserved through processing.

Module 2: Hygienic plant design, equipment and scale up in food processing: This module will introduce you to equipment/plant design, how to set up equipment in small organizations and the scaling up of formulations from the bench top / kitchen recipe to commercial production.

Module 3: Food safety standards, regulation and quality assurance: This module will teach you all you need to know about processing plant sanitation, how to apply for food certification and how to ensure that foods put on the market are microbiologically safe, with optimum physicochemical and sensory quality.

Module 4: Competitive food processing: You do not want to miss this module if you are interested in running a food business or already running one as you will acquire the skills to make your products more competitive through consumer-led product development and how to market your products.

Module 5: Branding, labelling, packaging, shelf life testing of foods: Are all important for marketing products in the food and agro processing industry. With this module, you will learn how to brand, label and package your products to attract consumers. You will also be taught how the shelf life of products are determined.

Module 6:  Product specific - Agro-processing: In this module, people involved in animal husbandry or crop production and are interested in adding value to their produce and products through agro-processing will benefit from hands on training and skills development.

This short course is currently being piloted for a moderate fee of GHS 200.00 per module from August to September 2018.

 

Kindly Contact 0268858960/0200812456 for further information/clarification. 

 

 

 

University of Ghana Admitted Students List

Starting August 15, 2018 - Ending August 15, 2019

University of Ghana Admitted Students List

Please click the banner below to access the list of admitted students for the 2018/2019 academic year. 

 

 

Live Streaming of the Investiture and Swearing-In Ceremony of Mrs. Mary Chinery Hesse

Starting July 31, 2018 - Ending July 31, 2019

 

Members of the University community are hereby informed that the Investiture and Swearing-In Ceremony of the first female Chancellor of the University of Ghana will be streamed live on the University of Ghana website and YouTube channel.

 

Please click on the link below to access the stream

Swearing-In Ceremony of new Chancellor 

https://youtu.be/4CQngwA6lXw

 

 

 

 

Notice To All Students Writing College Of Health Sciences Entrance Examination

Starting July 31, 2018 - Ending September 28, 2018

NOTICE TO ALL STUDENTS WRITING COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

The applicants below have been shortlisted for the entrance examination for enrolment into the College of Health Sciences.

Please pay a non-refundable processing fee of GHS 150.00 cash into the College of Health Sciences (CHS Account no. 0160094485604301 at any Ecobank branch). The date for the entrance examination is Monday, 6th August, 2018 at 10:00am at the following venues:

·        GCB Exams Hall, Legon (Medicine & Dentistry)

·        New N Block, Legon (Allied Health)

·        Old N Block , Legon (Nursing/Pharmacy/Midwifery)

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 (Legon Campus) on the day of examination.

Candidates should desist from dealing with or paying monies to people peddling as middlemen of the College under 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

 

 

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9032506ARYEH, EVANSBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9028527ASAMOAH, ABENAA BEMMAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018312ASAMOAH, AKOSUA AMOAKOWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9036887ASANTE, GRACELLE WILHEMINA EWURASI ASANTEWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9021864ASANTEWAA, PRISCILLA AKUABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9042683ASARE-BEDIAKO, SAMUELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002363ASARE, CHARLES TWUMASIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9033607ASARE, MICHAELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010200ASHIE, HENRIETTA KOOTSOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9046354ASIAMAH, JASHMOND MARFOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9026955ASIEDU, DAVID AGYEKUMBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9035382ASSAN-ANNOBIL, SYLVANUS AFFULBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9026694ASSAN, LUKMANBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010336ASSANE, EWURAFUABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9034306ASUMA-DAYIBOR, JEREMIAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002509ATSU, LAWRENCIA DOGBEDABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9034326ATSU, SYLVIA MAWULIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002724AWO, EVELYN YINAINYILUBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9009623AWOTWE-NKETSIAH, CLEMENTBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9031462AWULA, PELAGIA AWENAATEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9034819AWUVURI, HENRY WEDOIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001529AYARIGA, DENNIS AYINSUNEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002992AYIKU, ANNA NAADUBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9024679BAAH, JOEL KOFIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9040544BADU, GABRIEL AMPONSEMBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9035463BAFFOUR-AWUAH, OSEI ASIBEYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002465BAIDEN-BOAFO, MAAME AMMA SERWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9045866BAIDEN, BENJAMINBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9013427BAIDEN, NANA ADWOWA BIAWABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004143BAMFO-AMOAH, ISHMAELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9009634BANU BENSE, MABELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9026832BARRIGAH, ANDREW TETE ELIKPLIMBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9035881BARTELS MENSAH, MERCY EWURABENABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9019505BEBLI-DUSSEY, DEBORAH AMIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001629BEDFORD-MOSES, EMMANUELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9027361BENTSI-ENCHILL, NANA ABA BUABIMABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018711BENTUM, MAAME ESI AFRESIWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9005501BENYI, MAAME EFUA BENYIWABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002054BLESSED, EMMANUEL KWAKUBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9016926BOACHIE, MAAME AMA POMAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002194BOADI-AMPOFO, AKWASIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018380BOAFO, IMMANUEL NANA KWABENA ASANTEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9031353BOAKYE-YEBOAH, DAVID HENRYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001596BOAKYE, ABIGAILBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9016907BOAKYE, PHILIP KOFIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9027849BOAMAH, OSBRON APPIAH DANKWABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9048047BOAMPONG, MAVISBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9019183BOATENG, MAVISBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002905BOSOMPEM, LILY NKANSAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006467BOTSIO, NYLLA EWURAKUABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9034020BRENTU, NANA KWAMEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9019866BREW, JABEZ EKOWBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9033901BROBBEY, DUKE COLLINSBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9022781BRUCE-TAGOE, SHARONBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9047750BUMEGBE, PATRICK KOFI MAKAFUIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9029606CAESAR, THEODORA RHODA OHUIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018446COBBOLD, CALEB CALVINBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9017907CONDUAH, FELIXBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9008564CRAMPAH, MADELINE ADJOAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010695CUDJOE, NANA EFUA QUAINUABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011679DABANKA, KWAME BOAFOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011391DADEE-SESHIE, SENANU DANIELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9005060DAGBEE, CLETUSBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010321DAKUBO, VALERIE WULMAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9037519DAMPTEY, VANESSA YAA BENEWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002470DANSO, ABENA BOSOMPEMAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9022473DANSO, EBENEZER MINTABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004662DARKO, KOFI OPPONGBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006166DARMEY, EMMANUELLA ARABA KOKUABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9027456DAVORDZIE, RAPHAEL KWAMIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018306DE YOUNGSTER, DESMOND KWADWOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011630DJOMEKOU, ELIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006279DOE, EPHRAIM KAFUIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9043693DOE, PHILIPBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018734DONKOR, ELSIEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004994DONKOR, KAREN ADZOA SENABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006932DONKPIIRE, EMMANUEL SUGLOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001175DOVLO, MICHAELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9028436DUAH, ADJOA BRAGOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9012088DUFFOUR, SOLOMONBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9005336DZANIE, EBENEZER HARRYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9048817EFA, ELIANABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004461EFA, ELIANABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9035016EFFAH-ARTHUR, SAMUELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9025589EFFAH-NIMAKO, DENNISBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9003214EFFAH, SAMUEL ERICBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011813ENNIN, BRIGHTBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9020228ERZOAH-CUDJOE, FRANKBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9040312ESSANDOH-YEDDU, KARL-ERIKBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9031721ESSAW, PAPA KOBINABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9033323ESSEL-OKYNE, CHELSEABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9007401ESSIEN, NANA KWESIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004989ESSIEN, PRINCE SOLOMONBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9045474ESSUMAN, DERRICK ERASMUSBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9015693EWUSI-ANSAH, DENNISBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018162EWUSI, EUNICE ABENABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9042269FIANU, PRISCILLABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004136FREEMAN, MERLVYN NII KWAOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9035017FREMPONG, NHYIRA KWAMEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9044010FRIMPONG, EMMANUEL KOFIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9000844FRIMPONG, KWAMEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9012791FRIMPONG, LYDIA OHENEWABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9005634FRIMPONG, THERESABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9028131GADZO, EUNICEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9003859GAMELI, FELIX KODZO MAWUSEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002028GLOVER-ADDY, NADIA DEDEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9003246GOKA, PRISCILLA KUKUABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9031376GOMADO, SAMUEL SELORMBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9025537GYAMBRAH, THEODORA ADDEAFIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9040850GYENING, EBENEZERBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9013604HLORPEY, ALBERTBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9024026HODGSON, VICTORIA CHARLOTTE OFOSUABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9033461HOMETOWU, CHARLES ELORMBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9043673HUGHES, CHARITYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018344IBRAHIM, WUNTEMA CLARABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010644IDUN-SAM, NANA AMA SERWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006846IMPRAIM, AGNES SEIBABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010203ISSAHAQUE JNR, SAEEDBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9046978JACKSON, LINDA EFUABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9049462JIMAH, KIPO SOLOMONBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001071KABIR, AUGUSTINA BAVIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9023368KANKAM-BOADU, PAULA ANGELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9038780KENNEDY, KWESI KWANSABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9017932KODOM, GIDEON DEKYIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9021486KOLAWOLE, ABDUL-JABARBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9020514KOMBIAN, REBECCA YENNUMIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9009136KOOMSON, ABIGAIL AMABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9007763KOOMSON, HELEN EFUATUAH PANYINBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002938KORAY, ZAFIR BOMANJO BASHIRIDEENBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9016594KORLETEY, BRIANA OKAIKOR DEDEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9009119KOUFIE-MONNEY, MICHAELINA NORAH SHAMMAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9023036KPORTUFE, GIDEON KOFIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011867KUDJOE, MANFREDBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9028313KUGBE, DELADEM WISDOMBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002899KUSEH, EUNICE WESEAMOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001745KWAPONG-KUMI, JULIA ABENABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9009480KYEREMEH, NANA YAA SERWAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010799LAMPTEY, CHRISTINE LAMIOKORBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9028793LAMPTEY, JAPHET LANTEYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9042828LAMPTEY, SAMUEL ODARTEYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011970LARTEY, LARRY NII-LARTEIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9007935LIMANN, BERNICEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006799MANU, LYDIABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9000903MAWUGBE, YAYRA KORSHIEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9036943MENDS, ELIZABETH ABANFOWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9029782MENSAH-TWUMASI, PAULBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018450MENSAH, FRANCIS ATSUBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004086MENSAH, GABRIELLA MOMOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011980MENSAH, LORD KOBINABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9015695MENSAH, NATHANIEL ADJEIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011399MENSAH, PHOEBE ELORM AFIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9027565MIKAEL, MUBARIKATA FROKOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006372MINGLE, MYRON BARTLETTBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9005674MOHAMMED, YUNUS MALTITIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9030225MUSTAPHA, WALDINE AFUA NYARKOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006157NANI, KENNETHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001881NKANSAH-POKU, KWADWO ANTWI BOASIAKOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9008335NKANSAH, LORDBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006001NKETSIA-TABIRI, ANTONIA AMPEWABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011156NTIAMOAH, KWADWO YEBOAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9034457NTIAMOAH, PRINCEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9019205NTIM, AMA ASAMOABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9034404NWAKPA, EZINNE OZIEMEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018747NYAME, CINDYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018787NYAMEKYE, AKOSUA NDWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9020379NYAMEKYE, STEPHANIEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9041222NYARKO, AMANDA AKUA LABOKIEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9017516NYARKO, EMMANUEL BAAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018854NYARKO, EUGENIA TAKYIWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9032195NYARKO, GLORIA EFUA ESSUONBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9030830NYARKO, NENE OSEIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010921NYARKO, PORTIA ABENA OYOOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9007079OBENG, ELVISBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9041099OBENG, PRINCE TWENEBOAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001869OCLOO, EVANGELINE KAFUIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004064ODARTEIFIO, NAA MOMOHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9020841ODEI, EMMANUEL ANTWIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9044427ODJER, ESTHER KORYOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9015685ODOI, FRANCISCABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010920ODOI, ISAACBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004777ODONKOR, DAWN-CADEAU AWO DEDE ASIRIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006861OFASI, PRISCILLA MAWUENABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9015781OFORI, BRIGHT KWAMEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9007599OFORI, EVELYN AMANFOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9020607OFOSU-BUDU, GODFRED KWAKUBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9003361OFOSUHENE, CLINTONBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9032935OHENE, COLLINS ABOAGYEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9014896OHENE, FELICIA AMMA ALAIRBOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004885OKOYE, ADAEZE JOANBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9049579OKYERE, FRANCISBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9012504OMANE-BOATENG, EMMANUELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9031682OPARE, OBED OFORIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9016312OPOKU-MENSAH, DORINABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001683OPOKU, KWAKU OFOSUBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9036557OPOKU, LORD GYAMFIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9044611OPOKU, WILHERMINABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9022997OPPONG-BENIAKO, MAAME KYIAFIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9027174OSAFO, BENNY PAPA KOFIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9017057OSEI TUTU, GERTRUDEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018771OSEI-KUFFOUR, KWABENA KYEMBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002196OSEI, DEBORAH AMA ACHIAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9014345OSEI, MAAME AFUA BOATEYWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9018677OSEI, TUTU NANABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9010355OTCHERE, AKOSUA TIMAH ACQUAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9029049OTOO, EBENEZER DONALDBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9025089OTOO, SAMIRABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9017195OTU-ACQUAH, DANIELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006211OTUO SEREBOUR, ELDADBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9022852OTUO, AMA FEKAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9046571OWUSU-APPIAH, JAMESBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9021648OWUSU-BANAHENE, EPAPHRAS PANYINBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9021646OWUSU-BANAHENE, EPHRAIM KAKRABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9028590OWUSU-DABO, ELLISBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9027906OWUSU-OBENG, JACKIEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006843OWUSU, NAA AMMA YEBOAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9048434OWUSU, RICHARDBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9032726PADDY, BENJAMIN MIRACLEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9026831PAINTSIL, JOSEPH ABEIKUBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9030339PARKER, NII QUARCOOPOMEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9008087POKU, KELYNE NANABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9023244QUARCOO, AUGUSTINABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9009223QUARTEY, BRIAN CHESNEYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9021077QUARTEY, CORNELIUSBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9023376QUARTEY, SAMUEL AKYEDZE MBRAYEHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9017035RYE, HENRIETTABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9024541SAAH, NANA DANQUAH AMO-AGYEMANGBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9043656SACKITEY-NINYE, SYLVIA ESTHERBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004532SAFO, JAMES NANABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9008001SALIFU, JAMARUDENBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9011991SALLEY, SELMA NURUDEENBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9024768SAM-OKYERE, YAW AMANKRAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9019410SAM, EDMONDBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004254SANI, ABUBAKARBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9015221SARFO MENSAH, NAOMIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9021966SEANEDZU, ALEX ATOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9000814SEDOHIA, MACRICH MAWUKOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9025613SEDZRO, MAXWELLBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9027328SEFFAH-DUODU, DANIELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9022102SEIDU, YUSSIFBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9041502SEKYERE, BERNICE TWENEWAABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9044922SEKYERE, EBENEZER OSMANBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004658SENA, ESTHERBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9039922SHRIF, SULEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9033267SOBO, AUGUSTINE KOJOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9042300SOMUAH-BOATENG, KOFI BOATENGBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9012939SPIO, NHYIRA KOJOBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9044314TABIRI, ERNESTBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001727TACHIE-DONKOR, DOREENBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9007391TAKYI, DAVID AMEYAWBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9029664TAMAKLOE, AMANDA ENYONAM YAWABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9014498TAMAKLOE, ELI BUBUNEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9004998TEKYI-MENSAH, BAABABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9000900TELUGNAYA, DANIELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9001879TETTEH, JACQUELINE MATBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9002134TETTEH, THEOPHILUS NARTEYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9033438TETTEH, VICTORIA KAFUIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9006911TETTEY, SARAPHINA NARKIE-GOMERBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9000990TOCHIGI OBIRI, MICHAELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9017921TSEY, ELISHA DELALIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9023096TSIBU, BERNARD BAIDENBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9044748TUTU, MAAME ESIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9005921TWENEBOAH, NANA YAA JESSICABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9021179TWUMASI-ANKRAH, GLADYS DANSOAHBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9007863WIAFE, ADWOA DEDEABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9031460WULFF, CHARLENE WHITNEYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9005570WULLAR, NATHANIEL KWEKUBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9017244YAKUBU, MANZOAYA MUBARAKBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9032413YARTEY, NII OKAIBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9040694YAWSON, VIGYL EFIA YAABABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9030895YEBOAH, DANIELLA NYAMEKYEBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9045504YELYEN, MICHAELBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9027329YIADOM-BOAKYE, AUDREYBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9047854YUSSIF, ALIYUBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9012473ZAKARIAH, MOHAMMED IZZU-DEENBach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery
9019943ZORVE, PRISCILLABach Of Medicine & Bach Of Surgery

 

Bachelor Of Dental Surgery

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
9031210ABDULAI, NDEIYABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9045042ACHEAMPONG, LOUIS ANIMBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9018060ADI, PRINCEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9019308ADUSEI, KYEI MOSESBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9018198ADWEDAA, AKUA OBIMAHBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9031001AFARI, SAMUEL ANDYBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9012230AGBLEZE, ELLIOTT MAWUFEMORBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9006069AGBO, ELVIS JUSTICEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9032940AGYEMAN-GYEBI, AKOSUA SERWAHBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9047919AKOMDZI, BENSON SHELTERBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9032868AMANKWAH, SAMUELBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9001395AMEGAYIBOR, GRACIOUS ETORNAMBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9028080AMOAFO, KOFI BAFFOURBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9024196AMPOFO, OHEMAA ADWOA BOATEMAABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9029800AMPOMANING, FRANCISBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9033138AMUZU, FRANCIS MAWUKOBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9006124ANKU, CYRILBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9032991ANNAN, MOSES KWESIBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9041194APPIAH-KUBI, DIVINEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9026515APPIAH, EBENEZERBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9028813APPIAH, JIMBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9021286APPIAH, RITA ADWOABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9011225ARTHUR, EMMANUEL KWESIBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9045860ASARE, CLIFFORDBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9013654ATINGA, MOSES ANIAHBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9003621BAKA, CARMELLITA EWOENAMBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9045475BAWUA, AGYEIWAA MAAMEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9011703BOADI, JOSEPH PAPAYAWBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9012326BOAMAH, ISAAC JUNIORBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9031233BOATENG, CARL SPENCERBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9023411BOATENG, PEARL ASOR-DARKOBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9016099BUAH, WILLIAM KWAMEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9018443COBBOLD, CHRISTABEL CLARIBELBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9036389DAABAAR, SHADRACH TERIFU-NENOMBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9040429DANKWAH, THERESA OTENGBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9047229DARKEY, SILVANUS JUNIORBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9008161DOGBEY, JULIET MAWUSEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9042443HAMID, MUSA ISMAILBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9002343HILLAH, YASMINE DEDE MARIE STELLABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9018352KISSI, MAAME DARKOAABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9007756KOOMSON, HELEEN EFUATUAH KAKRABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9044347KPAAL, RANSFORDBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9046718KUMEDZRO, JOSEPH DOEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9010326KYEI BAFFOUR, HENRYBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9040934MAAR, TERRENCEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9038679METTLE, JONATHANBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9018327OFORI, EMMANUELLABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9009917OMARI, ESTHER KISSIWAHBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9047611OSEI-AGYARE, NOBLEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9021108OSEI-TUTU, ANTOINETTEBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9048635OSEI, CAREN KONAMABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9018753OSEI, DANIEL KWEKUBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9047556OWUSU, ISAACBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9033033OWUSUAA, ANGELABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9022244SAFO, ABENABachelor Of Dental Surgery
9004114SAHID, RIDWANBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9044828SAI, CHRISTIAN OBODAIBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9036953SUMBO, PAMELA SONGBAWIEREBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9003814TASSIE, ISAAC KWADWOBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9006563TETTEH, COLLINSBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9010798TORGBOR, KWASI JACOBBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9035422WONKYI, MAXWELLBachelor Of Dental Surgery
9005252WOSORNU, VICTORIA DOVI AKPENEBachelor Of Dental Surgery

 

Doctor Of Pharmacy

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
9018339ABDUL BAAK, BRAIMAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9018859ABDUL-FATAWU, NAZIFATUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9031722ABDULAI, HALIDUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9025998ABOAGYE, JEFFERSON SARPONGDoctor Of Pharmacy
9038196ABUBAKAR, ADAMSDoctor Of Pharmacy
9009125ACHEAMPONG, SAMUEL TENKORANG KWESIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9006878ACHEAMPONG, WILSON KOFIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9034313ACQUAH-BAILEY, CLAUDIA EFUA YEBOABAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9038019ACQUAH-DANTSIL, CELINE NAANA ADJOADoctor Of Pharmacy
9034405ADAE, VANESSA AKPENEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9015014ADAMS OHEMENG, MICHELLEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9047571ADDO, RICHMOND TAKYIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9002814ADIRI, CYNTHIA CHIOMADoctor Of Pharmacy
9037988ADJEI, AKWASI KODIEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9037874ADJEI, ERICDoctor Of Pharmacy
9045468ADJETEY, GILNEL ADJEIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9006387ADOMAKO, BERNARDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9025796ADOMAKO, PRISCILLA NKETIAADoctor Of Pharmacy
9002162ADONGO, EDWINA YINSAKYA AGANADoctor Of Pharmacy
9003747ADU-GYAMFI, PATRICK NANA SAMDoctor Of Pharmacy
9013309AFOAKWAH, CHRISTABELDoctor Of Pharmacy
9011993AGBESHIE, GABRIEL KWAKUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9014416AGYAPONG, ABENA FOSUAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9021753AGYEMANG, EMMANUEL NUKUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9025939AGYEN FRIMPONG, THEOPHILUSDoctor Of Pharmacy
9006171AGYENIM-BOATENG, BENEDICTDoctor Of Pharmacy
9009892AGYIRI, PATRICK EVANSDoctor Of Pharmacy
9018581AHENKRO BADU, GRANDSONDoctor Of Pharmacy
9002532AHIAWU, AUSTIN ATSUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9012790AHOSSEY, PETERDoctor Of Pharmacy
9019942AIDOO, MAAME ADJOA GYASIWAADoctor Of Pharmacy
9005624AIDOO, TONY KOFI BOAMAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9014818AKOTO, RICHARD OBUOBIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9021871ALHASSAN, SAMIRA MALTITIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9034606AMANKWAH BAFFOUR, GIDEONDoctor Of Pharmacy
9026660AMANOR, ANGELADoctor Of Pharmacy
9007340AMARTEY, STEPHEN LARYEADoctor Of Pharmacy
9007974AMENYO, RICHMONDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9027267AMFO, MAAME ARABA WOSEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9037170AMOAKO, MICHAEL OSEIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9047770AMOANI, RICHMONDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9004079AMPADU, KUSI MAXWELLDoctor Of Pharmacy
9005833AMPADU, MICHAEL GYAMFIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9027560AMPEM, EVANS OSEIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9020537AMPONG, ENO AKOSUADoctor Of Pharmacy
9038856AMPONSAH OWUSU, GLORIADoctor Of Pharmacy
9016072AMUZU, ESTHER AFUADoctor Of Pharmacy
9019835ANANE, RHODADoctor Of Pharmacy
9017633ANANG, ABIGAIL NAA KAIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9037318ANDOH-MENSAH, ANDYDoctor Of Pharmacy
9019454ANDOH, JOHNDoctor Of Pharmacy
9040753ANIM, JOSEPHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9017514ANKAMAH-BOADU, FELIXDoctor Of Pharmacy
9006361ANKRAH, JOSHUADoctor Of Pharmacy
9020856ANNAN, PRINCEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9035945ANNAN, PRINCE GOSHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9045503ANOMAH, JAMESDoctor Of Pharmacy
9022826ANTWI, GODWINDoctor Of Pharmacy
9004610ANTWI, IMMACULATE AGYAKOAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9018081APAM, ROSEMARY DELADEMDoctor Of Pharmacy
9035389APPIAH BOAKYE, SYLVESTERDoctor Of Pharmacy
9033044APPIAH KUBI, SOLOMONDoctor Of Pharmacy
9031915ARHINFUL, ISAACDoctor Of Pharmacy
9040977ARKU, BRIGHT KWAMEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9030245ARTHUR, NINSIN BISMARKDoctor Of Pharmacy
9004597ARYEETEY, EILEEN AKUOKORDoctor Of Pharmacy
9004594ARYEETEY, ELAINE AKWELEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9036099ASANTE-NYARKO, SAMUELDoctor Of Pharmacy
9021276ASARE, RICHARDSONDoctor Of Pharmacy
9001265ASARE, ROLANDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9005876ASHER, GEORGE-EMMANUEL AKONNORDoctor Of Pharmacy
9022355ASHLEY, ABIGAIL ABEIDEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9018425ASIEDU, JUDEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9046901ASSAN, ROBERTA APPIAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9010841ASUBONTENG-BOATENG, AFUADoctor Of Pharmacy
9018054ATIEMO, JACOB NORBIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9006321ATIZIA, JEROMEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9027621AWINBE-YISAZUAH, PHILIPPE HEBRON AMIWINIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9008368AYIBIRE, PATRICK ATULEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9007012BAAH, GIDEONDoctor Of Pharmacy
9002099BALURI, TIE HAKIMDoctor Of Pharmacy
9042290BANSAH, THELMA WORLASIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9023621BLANKSON, DAVID QUAYEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9044971BOAHEN, PRINCE GYANDoctor Of Pharmacy
9006326BOAKYE, STEPHENDoctor Of Pharmacy
9044704BOAR, RAYMOND YENNUBANDoctor Of Pharmacy
9029590BOATENG, ALBERTDoctor Of Pharmacy
9043302BOATENG, FREDRICK KWADWODoctor Of Pharmacy
9014733BOATENG, GIDEON OWUSUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9020935BOATENG, KWABENADoctor Of Pharmacy
9002317BOATENG, KWABENA OFOSUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9027245BOATENG, NANA ADOMAADoctor Of Pharmacy
9020905BONDZIE, NANA AMA FOSUWADoctor Of Pharmacy
9023811BONSU, ALBERTADoctor Of Pharmacy
9002785BUGRI, CALEB WUMBORIMADoctor Of Pharmacy
9025775CODJOE, LENNOX AKWETEYDoctor Of Pharmacy
9043398CUDJOE, EDMUNDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9030678DADZIE, PAULDoctor Of Pharmacy
9020550DAGBUI, MICHAELLA SEYENADoctor Of Pharmacy
9048319DANSO, JEPHTHAH KWASIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9020370DANSO, KOFI ADDODoctor Of Pharmacy
9039776DANSO, RICHARDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9043087DARKO, ANGELA AMPONSAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9032861DARKO, GEORGEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9008232DOMFEH, EUGENE GYEABOURDoctor Of Pharmacy
9018341DORMOCARA, AMOSDoctor Of Pharmacy
9013141DORSOGILAA, CORNELIUSDoctor Of Pharmacy
9021726DZADE, SAMUELDoctor Of Pharmacy
9047968DZADZA-MENSAH, GODSLINE ETORNAMDoctor Of Pharmacy
9023487EDEM, EVELYN OBENEWAADoctor Of Pharmacy
9001884EFFAH-OWARE, BENJAMINDoctor Of Pharmacy
9032214EGHAN, EMMANUELLA CATHERINEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9012541ENCHILL, EVANS NANADoctor Of Pharmacy
9008561ENCHILL, FEYIWAH KUKUAADoctor Of Pharmacy
9007382ESHUN, ISAIAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9012528ESSEL, GABRIEL ABEIKU KEVINDoctor Of Pharmacy
9031073ESSIAW, STACY KEZIAH ABADoctor Of Pharmacy
9042695ESSIEN, COLLINS AMUASIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9009193EWUDZIE, EUNICE PANYIN AMADoctor Of Pharmacy
9003396EZE, ESTHERDoctor Of Pharmacy
9025875FARHAT, EVANNADoctor Of Pharmacy
9048552FIAGBOR, HARRIET DEDEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9040956FIANU, WONDERDoctor Of Pharmacy
9024299FOBI, EUGENE BOACHIEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9009382FORDJOUR, EMMANUEL ASOMANINGDoctor Of Pharmacy
9022813FREMPONG, GRACEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9019137GHARTEY, PAUL KOFIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9047257GYABAAH, KWEKU AGYEIBIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9008763GYABENG, ELTON MODUSTUSDoctor Of Pharmacy
9049399GYASI, GODFREDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9031393IBRAHIM, ABDUL GANIYU DABUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9009350IDDRISU, AMINA MBODoctor Of Pharmacy
9043158ISSAH, ABDULFATAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9021682JOHNSON, ALLSWELL EGYEDUWADoctor Of Pharmacy
9046108JOHNSON, WEITZMANN EZIEL DUKUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9021667KAMASSAH, SOLANGE EYRAM NUTEFEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9029249KARIKARI, ERICDoctor Of Pharmacy
9019846KOOMSON, JOHNDoctor Of Pharmacy
9015690KORSAH, EMMANUEL EKOWDoctor Of Pharmacy
9015215KUFOALOR, OBEDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9005959KUMAH, RANSFORD DIEVIELLEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9012668KUMI-ACHEAW, EUGENE SNRDoctor Of Pharmacy
9039039KUSI, MAAME AMA POKUAADoctor Of Pharmacy
9028119KUSORGBOR, PRINSCA ABLA NAYRAMDoctor Of Pharmacy
9016380KWAKYE, DANIELDoctor Of Pharmacy
9033203KWAO, RICHMONDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9036240KWARTENG, PAULDoctor Of Pharmacy
9037274KWEITSU, DICKSONDoctor Of Pharmacy
9030112KYEI, AKOSUA OFFEIBEADoctor Of Pharmacy
9035819KYEI, ODUROWAA YAADoctor Of Pharmacy
9001839KYEREMATENG, EUNICE ANIMAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9045718LAAB-GARIA, DAVIDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9013953LARBI, ADUAMAH EMMANUELDoctor Of Pharmacy
9027323LARBI, AKOSUA OTUBEADoctor Of Pharmacy
9038862MANFUL, ADELAIDE EWURA-ESIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9010066MANTE PERBI, FREDADoctor Of Pharmacy
9006735MARFO, PETER NANA YAMOAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9002913MENSAH, MABEL ADJOA-KOOMDoctor Of Pharmacy
9010981MENSAH, MIRABEL NAA MORKORDoctor Of Pharmacy
9023555MENSAH, RICHARD SEFAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9030883MINTAH, MICHAEL AGYAPONGDoctor Of Pharmacy
9016006MWINTIIBU, JOHN HABAKUKDoctor Of Pharmacy
9022242NARTEY, PATRICK QUAYNORDoctor Of Pharmacy
9001192NEDJOH, HENRY KOBINADoctor Of Pharmacy
9027383NEEQUAYE, BENJAMIN ASHIEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9002439NKANSAH, AWURAKUA SIKAFOTORODoctor Of Pharmacy
9038442NTIM DARKO, ASIEDU ESHUNDoctor Of Pharmacy
9046064NUAMAH, DANIELDoctor Of Pharmacy
9020372NYABI, SAMUEL MAWUENADoctor Of Pharmacy
9025155NYATEPE, BENJAMIN KOSHIEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9017912OBENG ADARKWA, GERALD BOATENGDoctor Of Pharmacy
9032617OBESE, JOSEPHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9007860OCKLING, BENJAMINDoctor Of Pharmacy
9005726ODOOM, ALEXDoctor Of Pharmacy
9016548ODURO, PRINCE BOATENGDoctor Of Pharmacy
9004685OFORI-DEBRAH, DEBORAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9016799OGUIKPO, JUSTINA CHIAMAKADoctor Of Pharmacy
9005166OKORE, EUGENIA BARIFUADoctor Of Pharmacy
9024567OKYERE, ADOMAKODoctor Of Pharmacy
9048936OKYERE, RICHMONDDoctor Of Pharmacy
9030441OPOKU, MICHAELDoctor Of Pharmacy
9002001OSEI-BONSU, KELVINDoctor Of Pharmacy
9005291OSEI-FRIMPONG, MAAME AFIA ODEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9029172OSEI, SAMUELDoctor Of Pharmacy
9027359OTCHERE, MICHAEL OBENGDoctor Of Pharmacy
9005530OTENG, KWADWO FRIMPONGDoctor Of Pharmacy
9037248OTOO, SAMUEL NII ARMAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9030293OTOPAH, SAMUEL KWABENADoctor Of Pharmacy
9008518OWUSU ASARE, CHRISTOPHERDoctor Of Pharmacy
9003808OWUSU, AGYEMANG ERICDoctor Of Pharmacy
9006627OWUSU, KESHIA MENSAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9041943OWUSU, MICHAELDoctor Of Pharmacy
9014111PREMPEH, EMMANUEL AGYEMANGDoctor Of Pharmacy
9019544QUAINOO, NINA ADJOADoctor Of Pharmacy
9004973QUANSAH, ELIJAHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9008481QUANSAH, KEVIN OSAEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9007217QUAYETEY, ABRAHAMDoctor Of Pharmacy
9025923RAZAK, ALIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9021645SARFO, SAMUEL ADUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9037380SARPONG, ASIAMAH EVANSDoctor Of Pharmacy
9026676SARPONG, PRECIOUS KONADUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9027757SEFA-BOATENG, NHYIRADoctor Of Pharmacy
9020186SEGKUU, SYLVIA MWINNASONGDoctor Of Pharmacy
9028430SOREGAN, HELENADoctor Of Pharmacy
9006543SOSU, DAVID OWUSU TENNYSONDoctor Of Pharmacy
9039909SOSU, STEPHANIE DELALIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9005095SUBBEY, GIDEON KOFIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9003177TAKYI, YAW DOUDUDoctor Of Pharmacy
9004274TEKU, LORD KWAMEDoctor Of Pharmacy
9039246TIETAAH, JENNIFER MARIADoctor Of Pharmacy
9012446TWENEBOAH, JONES MOSESDoctor Of Pharmacy
9004120TWUM, SETHDoctor Of Pharmacy
9009684TWUMASI DEBRAH, ERICDoctor Of Pharmacy
9007731VANDERPUIJE, WILHEMINA MARIANDoctor Of Pharmacy
9030857WIAFE, EDWARD ANTWIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9042738WIAFE, EMMANUEL OSEIDoctor Of Pharmacy
9037328YAKUBU, TAKIYU WUNTIADoctor Of Pharmacy
9008271YANKSON, EDITH ADJOADoctor Of Pharmacy
9031839YANNEY, GILBERTDoctor Of Pharmacy
9001989YEBOAH-HAMMOND, KUUKUWAADoctor Of Pharmacy
9008313YEBOAH, AKOSUA NYANTADoctor Of Pharmacy
9009802YORMASAH, PHILIP DOGBEYDoctor Of Pharmacy
9002023YUSSIF, MUHAMMED YUSSIFDoctor Of Pharmacy
9038733ZANYOH, EDWARD TETTEHDoctor Of Pharmacy

 

Bachelor Of Science In Midwifery

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
9039104ACQUAH, THERESABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9043407ADIKA, ERICA ELORMBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049408ADOR, ROSE DEDEBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049527ADU-BOAHEN, JESSICABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9037544AFARI-KWAKU, MANUELABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9050094AFRIYIE, RICHARD Bachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049255AMEDZI, ABIGAIL AKPENEBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9048768ASANTE, PORTIA ODURAABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9026876ASANTE, SABINABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9011004AYIKU, ELSIEBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049111AYIKU, MABELBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9014222AYINLOOYA, AYINPOKA EVELYN NATASHIABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9050165BOATEMAA, BOSOMPEM SUSANABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9048746BOATEN, CATHERINE SERWAABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049499BOATENG, FELICIA BOAKYEBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049448COBBINAH, CHARLOTTE EFUABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9048141DIABA, DEBORAH EWOENAMBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9048628FRIMPONG, EKUA EDUWAHBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049367KONADU, ABIGAIL YIADOMBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9008004KOTOMI, IVY ENYONAMBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9048808KYEI, HILDABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9048321KYERAA, BLESSINGBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9010283LARBI-ANIM, EMMANUELLA EWURAKUABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049338LARTEY, ELIZABETH TAKYIWAABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9048896MANSON, PHILOMINABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9008118MIREKU, PRISCILLA ADOBEABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9050108MOHAMMED, SALI Bachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9000946NSIAH, LYDIA SERWAABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9035605OLADELE, JOSEPHINE EBAAHBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9050156OPOKU, PATRICK Bachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9033198OWORAE, LAWRENCIA SARFOWAABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049077OWUSU RICHARDSON, HARRIETBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9002761OWUSUAA, MARY COMFORTBachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9027629POKU, NANA AMA BOAKYEWAABachelor Of Science In Midwifery
9049477SERWAA, TRACY YEBOAHBachelor Of Science In Midwifery

 

Bachelor Of Science In Nursing

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
9038232ABASS, KHADIJAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9019770ABASS, ZULIYATUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035439ABAYATEYE, JENNIFER NARKIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9046820ABBAM, ELIZABETHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9002270ABBAN, GRACEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032840ABBEW, FAITHFULBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011573ABBEY, WENDY YABORLEYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001972ABDUL RAHMAN, FAZAZIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032554ABDUL-AMINU, HUSSEINABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007051ABDULAI, ASAMA-UBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9038270ABOAGYE, PERTIA FIANKOBEABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9043820ABOAGYE, SIMONBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011842ABROKWAH, CASANDRABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006599ABROKWAH, ESTHERBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9008661ABROKWAH, PHILOMINABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9015973ABUBAKAR, ZEINABBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9039046ACCORLOR, VICENTIABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9030308ACHEAMPOMAA, ELLENBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009044ACHEAMPONG, GERALD BOACHIEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001666ACHEAMPONG, IRENE AGYEMANGBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9021270ACHEAMPONG, SERWAH BENEDICTABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9042762ADADE, OPOKU VERABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9049293ADADE, PRINCEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9048063ADAMS, RHODABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9030371ADAMS, SAMUEL MAWUNYOBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9043251ADANE, FRANCISBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001040ADD0, DOROTHY OTEMA YVONNEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9002623ADDO, LAWRENCIA AHEMAA LARTEYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022896ADDY, SHEILLA AKUYEABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9008962ADEVOR, CHANNETBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9010577ADJEI, EUNICE OFOSUWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9046237ADJEI, RHODABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9039450ADMOMAKOH, PATIENCEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9018413ADU NYARKO, JANETBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9014214ADU-AGYEI, TRACY KONADUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001641ADU-YEBOAH, LOIS ADUBEABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9031994ADU, ANGELA SERWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9042485ADU, BERVELYN AGYEIWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9013883ADUSE-POKU, AGARTHABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9024451ADWUBI, BELINDABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9030223AFARI, DEBORAH ABENABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9033450AFFUL, GRACEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006987AFIADEMENYO, SANDRA EDINAMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011360AFLOE, AUGUSTINE ADINORTEYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035285AFOAKWAH, ROSALINE TRACYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9004323AFRIYIE, EDNABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9004448AFUMAA, ERICABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9047662AGBEMENU, BERNICE EDEMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9014163AGYAPONG, DOMINIC SARPONGBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9029000AGYAPONG, VICTORIABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9048655AGYEIWAA, PRINCESS BEATRICEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006178AGYEMAN-DUAH, RACHEALBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032076AGYEMANG, AWURA AKUA FOSUABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007671AGYEMANG, COMFORT KONADUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9012384AGYEMANG, DORISBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035292AGYEMANG, MARGARET ADJOABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9025108AGYMANG, GEORGINA BENEWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009000AHIAKONU, CLAUDIA SELASIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005108AIKINS, DANIELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9048661AKEEM, NDEPOAKA FAIZABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022281AKOMA BENFO, YVONNEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9047042AKOMEA, OPUNI KENNETHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007558AKORFUL, RACHEL AMA ADADZIWABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9038113AKOTO, JOYCEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035633AKOWUAH, ANDREWS KWAKYEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006343ALALE, ASIAMA SIMONBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009476ALIBANWIE, JOSEPHINEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9014852AMANFIHENE, DANIEL TWUMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9038700AMANOR, IRENE AGYEIWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9034909AMINU, AWAWUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9003712AMOH, PRISCILLABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9012664AMPAH, GEORGINA AMA ASIAMAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9003307AMPOFO, SHEILLA OWUSUABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9014593AMPOMAH, JESSICA TANORBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9028328AMPONSAH, CHARLOTTE FAITHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007657AMPONSAH, GRACE AGYEIWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032573AMPONSAH, RUTHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009213AMU, EUNICEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009858AMUZU, VIVIANBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9021261ANAAFI, JESSICABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011167ANIMA, THELMA OHENEBABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9030078ANKOMAH, MARY DWAMENABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9002295ANKRAH NYAMEKYE, JOBBSEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9016570ANKRAH, DIANABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9028432ANKUMA, ENOCH KWAMEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9036282ANSAH, FLORENCE FIANKOBEABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9036051ANSAH, LETICIABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9028800ANSU, BERNICE POMAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9012557ANTWI, BELINDA WAREWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011849ANTWI, CHRISTIANABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9028271ANTWI, JOYCEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9002874APARKU, JOSEPHINEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9012910APPIAGYEI, MIRIAM ASUAKOMABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9027926APPIAH-AWUAH, MARY ADWOABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022066APPIAH, CHRISTABEL KWABIAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9015374APPIAH, DANIEL ADUAKYEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9031733APPIAH, FELICITY AFRABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032728APPIAH, JOANABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9021640APPIAH, WILHEMINABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9020121ARDE-ACQUAH, AMANDABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9036556ARTHUR, FREDA TUAFOBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9019920ARTHUR, FREDRICA MAAME AMABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9026240ASAMOAH, MONICABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9020177ASANTE, BERNICEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9041794ASANTE, DOROTHY SERWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9040772ASANTE, FRANLYNBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011434ASANTE, GIFTY AFIA AMANOBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007835ASANTE, GLORIA ODOMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005968ASANTE, SANDRA ADUTWUMWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9012710ASARE-BROWN, WISDOM SELASIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9020190ASARE, JEFFERY KORANTENGBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9020864ASARE, RICHARD ARTHURBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9027226ASIEDU, FREDRICK KYEIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9028414ASIEDU, JAPHETBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9031978ASORE, HISTOPHELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9008611ASUBONTENG, NANA SAFOBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007480ATORSAH, PHILIP KWEKUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9044007ATTA AFRIYIE, PRISCILLABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001929ATTIPOE, GEORGINA ADZOBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006216AWORTWE-ABBAN, AUDREYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9018133AWUAH, VICTORBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9003784AWUTEY, ABIGAILBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9018172AYIM, FELICIA NANA EFYABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9017089AYIM, GLORIA DZIFABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022431BA-INNIMAYEH, VIVIANBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9016026BAGAH, JOSHUA ANDIVIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005951BAMFO, ESTHER BRAGOBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009783BEKOE, EMMANUELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9028450BELLO, FRITZ KWAMEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9023201BENYARKO, MARIAM ANNABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9004029BLANKSON, ESTHERBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9036425BLAY, LINDABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9025860BOADI, BERYL AKOSUABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001841BOADI, JENNIFER GYAMFI ABENABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9020907BOADU, DENNISBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9038400BOAHEN, EMMANUELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9016109BOAHENE, RICHARD OFOSUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022303BOATENG, BEATRICE AMPOMAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011654BOATENG, TASHABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005925BOATENG, YAA BOATEMAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032964BOSSO, ABIGAIL EDINAMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022320BOTCHEY, ELFREDA OYEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9040749BUABENG, ANGELA RUTHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9045237BULLEY, ANASTASIABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032045COBBINA, JEFFERSONBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011966COPSON, THEODORA SERAPHINA JEMILATUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005737CUDJOE, OSMONDBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005644DADZIE, SARAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9021532DALIASOR, CELESTINABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9018774DANSO, GIFTY ANINWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9036373DARKO, KEZIA NYARKOABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011692DAWUDA, RUKAYATUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022322DJABATEY, MARY NAKOURBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9046058DJABENG, HELLEN ADZOBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9018567DONKOR, BELINDABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007503DONKOR, GEORGE FIANKOBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9046113DORGBE, RUTH SELASIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9024242DUAH, ABIGAIL GYAMFIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9015928DUODU, KIMARTHIEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001953DZORKPI, JANET ENYONAMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9030346EGHAN, STELLABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005321ESHUN, LORETTA ARABABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006742ESSEL, GIFTY ARABABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9031735ESSUMAN, RUTH KUKUWABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9002560FIATOR, GRACE MAWUNYOBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9017746FORDJOUR, PRINCEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9047542FORSTER, ROZA RESHEEDABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9018722FOSUA, JOSEPHINE AKUABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9038899FRIMPONG, PRISCA SEFAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9019124GABA, SARAH ESINAMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9000829GBLONYAH, MAVIS EMEFABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9026597GOIN, BEATRICE MAGDALENEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009717GOTTAH, IRENEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9043729GYABAAH, JUANITA MANUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9025204GYAMFI, KWARTENG YAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006273GYAMFUAH, RACHAEL YAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005568GYAMPO, NANETTE ABENABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9036453GYAN, BISMARK AUGUSTINEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9036594GYAPONG, FLORENCE ASENTEWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007509GYIMAH, SAMUELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9041594HOUNKALE, LOUISEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006701JORNOBOA, EVANS TETTEHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9004935KANDAH, ASANTEWAA NANA ADWOABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9036620KESSIE, SONIA AFIA SERWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9002802KOMLATSE, DIANA MAWUENABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032029KONADU, MARGARETBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9029689KOOMSON, JUDY NYAMEKYEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9004279KOOMSON, WINIFREDBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001407KUDIABOR, JOAN DELALIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9037901KUMI, HELENABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9033195KWAKYE, PRISCILLA BEMAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9018938KWAKYEWAA, ROSEMOND JNRBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9023772KWARTENG, ISAAC OWUSUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022981KWASIKUMAH, JULIETBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9014661KWOFIE, SHADRACKBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007559KYERAA, MENSAH NANCYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9040026LAMPTEY, FLORENCE SIEGELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9033179LARBI, AMOFA DOREENBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032095LARNYOH, DORCAS AKWELEYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9038664MAHAMA, ABRAHAMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9017251MAHAMA, SAHIDU TANKAAMALEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9021329MAINOO, CAROLINE ABENA KORKORBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9041390MALBA, ESTHER NASHIEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9023898MBROH, GRACE ABENABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9004060MENSAH, CHRISTABEL GYEBUAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9013852MENSAH, MICHAELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9041890MENSAH, RICHARDBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9036735MENSAH, SYNTYCHEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009683MINTAH, MARIANBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9012930MOHAMMED FARUK, KIBTIYABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022041MYERS-BLANKSON, ELFRIDA NAA LAMILEYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007685NELSON, LISAMARIE ABEANAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9019516NKEGBE, PORTIABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9010247NTIAMOAH, ERNESTINABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005387NYAABA, SULLEYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011595NYADIAYA, PERFECT AWULA-AMABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9017463NYAMEDOR, GETRUDE POKUAAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9019933NYANKSON, JEHOVAH KAKRABABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006995NYARKO, AKUA ABUAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9021415NYARKOTEY, GLADYS NAKIEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9016801OBAH, DANIEL KWAMEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9018020OBENG, AKUA NTIWAAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035462OBENG, BEATRICEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9028932OBENG, LYDIA BIAMAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9020775ODOI, PRINCE EMMANUELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007090ODURO, VERABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9000986ODZOR, PATIENCE DELALIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005821OFORI, BOAKYE NANCYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9003282OFORI, GIFTY OWUSUABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9033818OFORI, SELINA MARFOWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9024774OFORI, WENDYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9008655OGOE, FRANKLINABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9008869OHEMENG, LAWRENCE KWARTENGBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9016475OHENE, MOSESBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022734OKINE, DEDE DIANABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9048436OKOH-DEI, HANNAH OKOHBEABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009935OKYERE, CORDELIA ADOBEABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9026845OKYERE, SAMUELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9033231OPOKU, BENEDICTA OSAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009443OPOKU, CYPRIAN KESSEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006808OPOKU, PRISCILLA AKUA DEDEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9021861OPOKU, SANDRABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9016686OPPONG BOKOE, SAMUELLABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9038062OPPONG, DORCASBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011322OPPONG, PETER JUNIORBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009705OSEI ACHEAMPONG, ABIGAILBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9033410OSEI ACHEAMPONG, ABIGAILBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9031219OSEI BONSU, JESSICABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9038596OSEI TAKYI, NAOMIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035062OSEI-BAAH, RHODABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001519OSEI, EUNICE AMPOFOAHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035979OSEI, GRACEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9048358OSEI, REXFORD AMANKWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9030109OSUKA, VOWBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9008156OTCHERE, EMMANUELLABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9021526OTENG, AKOSUA NYANTAKYIWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9002426OTOO, BENEDICTABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9002974OWUSU ANSAH, DIANABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9040048OWUSU-ADJEI, BEATRICEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9005328OWUSU-ANSAH, ESTHER AFRIYIEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9018119OWUSU-SEKYERE, PRISCILLA YAA ABRAFIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9042331OWUSU, AKOTO MARGARETBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9033445OWUSU, ANASTASIABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011097OWUSU, BENJAMINBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9047443OWUSU, BRIGHT ANTWIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011195OWUSU, EMMANUELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9037825OWUSU, ESTHERBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9013942OWUSU, EUGENE ACKORBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9014895OWUSU, EVELYNBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032146OWUSU, GLORIA NYARKOABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035972OWUSU, MARGARET ADWOABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9008340PATTERSON, NORA ANYELEYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9008522PINTO, KEREN HAPPORKBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035689POKU, PHILOMENA PANKYEHBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9016470POLLEY, EVELYN ABENA KUMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007474PRAH-NANA, BISMARKBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032368PREMPEH, AMOAH BOAHENBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9004790QUAGRANIE, ROBETHABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9020128QUANSAH, BAABA GYAABABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9024216QUAYE, DORCASBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9031833RAHAMAN, AYISHATUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9039062SAI, ELLENBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9020535SAKYI, PEARL AMPONSAH DANIELLABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9049327SAMANHYIA, DOROTHYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006645SANJOCK, EBENEZERBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9030633SANKOFIA, PRISCILLABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9049210SARFO, EMMANUELLA KANTANKABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9034465SARPONG, GIFTYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011790SEFA, YAA DANSOWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9016467SEGBORNYA, ROLANDBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9040107SEIDU, RAHINATU WERDIABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9025025SENANU, RITA XORNAMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9042697SEPENU, BERNICEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9022284SESIE, LINDABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9033912TATTAH, NAOMI ETORNAMBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9011262TETTEH, DARLEY PEARLBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006342TEYE, GLORIABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035690TEYI, SANDRABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9024344TIASAA, SAMUELBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9001282TOKU-DUM, PRISCILLABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9015750TWENEFOO, LINDA KESEWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9032682TWUMASI ANKRAH, SHEREENABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9007505UMAR, MANSURABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9049291UMU-KULSUM, HAFIZBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9035107VASNANI RAMESHWAR, CHANDRABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9010647WAYO, JOHN TEYEBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009475WILLIAMS, MARIAM AWURAMABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9027371WIREDU, EUNICE TWUMWAABachelor Of Science In Nursing
9012448YAHAYA, HAJIA KATARUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9003494YEBOAH, ABENA KONADUBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9006804YEBOAH, DOROTHYBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9003993YEBOAH, EDMUND YAWBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9029067YEBOAH, WILLIAMSBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9044812YIRENKYIWAA, CEDRINA OFFEIBachelor Of Science In Nursing
9009267YOUSSOUF HAMANI, AMINATUBachelor Of Science In Nursing

 

Bsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
9005784ADJEI BOATENG, KWADWOBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9017836ADJEI, PRINCE YAWBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9012181AMOAH-MENSAH, RAPHAELBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9000846ARKOH, BRIGHTBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9010586AWORINDE, EMMANUELBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9007386BADU, SELEVANBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9006326BOAKYE, STEPHENBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9004461EFA, ELIANABsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9003660KLOMEGAH, CECILIA ELORM DEYBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9001552NKETSIAH, CECIL EBENBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9018747NYAME, CINDYBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9018787NYAMEKYE, AKOSUA NDWAABsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9017516NYARKO, EMMANUEL BAAHBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9007860OCKLING, BENJAMINBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9016312OPOKU-MENSAH, DORINABsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9011187PHILIP, COSMOS BUBUNYOBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9006816PREMPEH, STANISLAUS DUAHBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences
9006911TETTEY, SARAPHINA NARKIE-GOMERBsc In Dental Laboratory Sciences

 

Bsc Nutrition &  Dietetics

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
9002728ADZA-AWUDE, JOSEPHINEBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9047662AGBEMENU, BERNICE EDEMBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9014551AGYEIWAA, AKOSUABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9037098AGYEKUM, VICTORIA AFUA ANTWIWAABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9005304AIDOO, AUGUSTINE MRA-YAWBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9045011AIDOO, KWAME FENYIBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9031657ALIMOH, IRENE BAFFOURBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9034606AMANKWAH BAFFOUR, GIDEONBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9034657AMISUM, CARLEEN KABUGABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9018603AMOAH, ALBERTBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9048330ANANE, GODFRED NIACHIREBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9032506ARYEH, EVANSBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9014247ATIEMO-KESEKU, ESTHER OYEBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9011733AWAGA-CROMWELL, MARIAN MAKAFUI ADWOABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9025531AYETTEY, ROBERTA NAA GOGOIBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9003621BAKA, CARMELLITA EWOENAMBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9042290BANSAH, THELMA WORLASIBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9009783BEKOE, EMMANUELBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9033430BOTCHWAY, JORMOR NAA MORKORBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9012133BRITWUM, PATRICK OSEIBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9030884BUAMI, JENNIFERBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9046518DANSO, MERCY AGYEIWAAHBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9006166DARMEY, EMMANUELLA ARABA KOKUABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9007503DONKOR, GEORGE FIANKOBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9022668ESSILFIE, DANIELLABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9008813EYESON, JESSICA NANA ARABA AKYEREBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9048552FIAGBOR, HARRIET DEDEBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9031714GAGLO-ADDO, EUGENE KWAMEBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9034467GBORGLAH, BLESS MAWUWOEBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9026180GYEMFA, GLORIA ABEDIBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9018344IBRAHIM, WUNTEMA CLARABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9009350IDDRISU, AMINA MBOBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9038780KENNEDY, KWESI KWANSABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9037463KORANKYE, STEPHANIE DANKYIRABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9010897LAMPTEY, NII LANTEY CYRILBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9009847LAWSON, SHARON NAA ODARLEYBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9036073MARFO, RICHARDBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9016073MENSAH, ARHINMAH MAAME ABABsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9021615MENSAH, GLORIA ESIBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9011399MENSAH, PHOEBE ELORM AFIBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9041917NARTEY, AKOSUA ADIKIEBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9038800NTI, RUBYBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9007079OBENG, ELVISBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9018736OFOSU, PRINCE HENAKUBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9032368PREMPEH, AMOAH BOAHENBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9007217QUAYETEY, ABRAHAMBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9021375QUAYNOR, EUNICEBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9011871SAKYI, LIVINGSTONEBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics
9046291ZORKJIAH, NAFISAHBsc Nutrition &  Dietetics

 

Bsc. Diagnostic Radiography

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
9020621ABLORH, DAVID KOFIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9004804ABUTIATE, AUGUSTA ESINAM AKOSUABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9033238ACHEAMPONG, BERNARDBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9047751ACHEAMPONG, THOMASBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9036590ACKAH, JENNIFER MAUD ADZOVIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9031106ADAE, VANESSA AKPENEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9016521ADAGEBA, BRYAN BADAYELBABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9015014ADAMS OHEMENG, MICHELLEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9005392ADDO, EMMANUEL KWAMEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9029384ADDO, FREDERICK NKETIAHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9019149ADEGLOH, SELORM DERICKBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9023016ADIKAH, RUBY ETORNAMBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9020578ADOM, AMEYAW KWAMEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9028065ADU, GERALDINE AKUABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9019308ADUSEI, KYEI MOSESBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9018198ADWEDAA, AKUA OBIMAHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9010594AFRIYIE, EBENEZERBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9019070AGBOSO, SARAHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9000932AGYAKWA, MATILDA OBIRIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9031453AGYEMANG, LOUISABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9005304AIDOO, AUGUSTINE MRA-YAWBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9045011AIDOO, KWAME FENYIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9031783AJIBADECK, JENNIFER AJUISIGUABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9006310AKAFIA, SAVIOURBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9047919AKOMDZI, BENSON SHELTERBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9009266AKWEI, DANIEL ADOTEIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9043666AMANSIAH, BRIGHT TWEREFOURBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9010510AMEDEKANYA, BELINDABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9041737AMEZAH, JOSHUA MAWUNYEFIABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9018270AMOAKO-ADJEI, DEBORAH ADWOABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9033253AMOASI, DORCASBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9017597AMPAABENG, KYEREMEHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9006984AMPOFO, ROSEMARY YEBOAHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9025535AMPONSEM, KINGSLEY YEBOAHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9036223ANDAM, PAUL KOFI BAAHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9021140ANDERSON, RICHMONDBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9024327ANDZIE, EMMANUELBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9005270ANTWI BAFFOUR, SAMUELLABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9024515ANTWI, AKONNOR KWAMEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9022826ANTWI, GODWINBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9020276APPERTEY, JOSEPHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9019375APPIAH, ABENA DWAMENA OSEIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9012187APPIAH, EDWARDBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9017340ARAFAT, ABDUL RAHIMBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9024305ARHIN, LOISBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9001962ARKOH, LAWRENCEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9043852ARMO, JAMESBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9012382ASAMOAH, AVIS AMPONSABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9009278ASAMOAH, MAVISBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9002363ASARE, CHARLES TWUMASIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9026694ASSAN, LUKMANBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9013653ASSASIE-OPPONG, YAW KYEIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9006451ATTA BAFFOUR, KENNEDY OWUSUBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9009031ATUA-NTOW, AKOSUA OKANSAMABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9002724AWO, EVELYN YINAINYILUBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9004007AYRAKWA, JAYNE FAFABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9031173BAAH, BISMARK KWAKYEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9008632BAFFOE-KRAPIM, LEROYBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9015739BAMFO, AFUA ASANTEWAABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9042505BOADU, EUNICE AMA FOAHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9001445BOATENG, CARATH MERLVINBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9023811BONSU, ALBERTABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9036917BONSU, DICKSONBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9004660BROBBEY, PRECIOUSBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9007733CUDJOE, FELIX JEREMIAHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9010695CUDJOE, NANA EFUA QUAINUABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9045880DANKWA, AKUA AKOTOBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9038360DARTEY, DESMOND KONADUBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9020435DEBRAH, ELIKEM MICHELLINABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9037311DEBRAH, RICHARDBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9009587DORMON, LOVE NAA OKAILEYBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9015891DZIEKPOR, SHALOMBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9023487EDEM, EVELYN OBENEWAABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9037430EWUSI, JONATHANBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9028037FRANCISCA, YEBOAH POKUAABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9018288GAGOH, GODSWAY YAOBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9019775GANCHIE, RICHARDBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9041860GLOVER, EDWIN TEKPERTEYBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9011257GYABENG, FRANCISBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9023999GYAMFI, MARLINE ASAMOAHBEA ATTAABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9043896GYAPONG, LILIAN DANSOABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9020506HAYIBOR, FRANKLIN YESUTORBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9047170INYAN, ALICE MABINDO TIDOLABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9035580KAGBETOR, NATHANIEL EDOBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9031947KOAMPAH, MARCIA ANINWAAHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9009136KOOMSON, ABIGAIL AMABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9012999KORKUVI, ANTONIO YAYRATORBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9023036KPORTUFE, GIDEON KOFIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9005959KUMAH, RANSFORD DIEVIELLEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9002899KUSEH, EUNICE WESEAMOBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9048935KUSI, MICHAEL ODUROBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9028793LAMPTEY, JAPHET LANTEYBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9001597LAMPTEY, RACHEAL NAA LAMIOKORBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9016360LANO, JOSEPH KWADJOBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9004309LAWOE, EUGENIA ELIKEMBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9027689MENSAH BONSU, STEPHENBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9022764MENSAH, CHRISTOPHERBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9007768MENSAH, EKOW ESSELBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9009260MENSAH, JOSEPHINEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9023150MENSAH, MABEL AHEMADUABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9002490METTLE, LYNNETTE ZELDABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9019531MIAH, KOFI BEYE DE-GRAFTBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9015909NARTEY TEI, DERRICK KWAME JEHOSHAPHATBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9001192NEDJOH, HENRY KOBINABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9017765NINSAU, MAURICE SASILBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9048360NOI, NII NOIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9020372NYABI, SAMUEL MAWUENABsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9035542OBENG, IKE JUNIORBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9019971OBIRI YEBOAH, PRINCESSBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9005939ODAMETEY, ISAAC KPANIBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9013011OKAI, PHILIPBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9019209OPEY, ENOCH MARTEYEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9017757OPPONG, MAXWELL AGYEKUMBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9017057OSEI TUTU, GERTRUDEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9042284OSEI, PAUL NIMAKOHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9009714OWUSU, FELIXBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9005839PARTEY, BRIDGET PADIKEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9024006QUAYE, CHARLOTTE NAA ODEYBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9000773QUAYE, IRENEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9034465SARPONG, GIFTYBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9025613SEDZRO, MAXWELLBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9013831SEWORNU, ISHMAEL EDEMBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9014498TAMAKLOE, ELI BUBUNEBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9004187TAWIAH, PATRICKBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9018843TETTEH, GIDEONBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9019346TETTEH, SAMUEL NUERTEYBsc. Diagnostic Radiography
9003568YOUNGE, JOSEPH EDELEHBsc. Diagnostic Radiography

 

Bsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
9031195ABBIW, GIDEON OSBORNBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018339ABDUL BAAK, BRAIMAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033706ABDUL RAHMAN, ADAMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011688ABDUL RAHMAN, SEIBABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032554ABDUL-AMINU, HUSSEINABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018859ABDUL-FATAWU, NAZIFATUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048383ABDULAI, ANDANI ABUBAKARIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025998ABOAGYE, JEFFERSON SARPONGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022909ABOAGYE, SANDRABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021267ABOAGYE, SARAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043820ABOAGYE, SIMONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018630ABOTSI, JUSTIN MAKAFUIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038196ABUBAKAR, ADAMSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047519ABUBAKAR, ALIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004411ABUBAKAR, EKLIMA BUGNABABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023500ABUBAKAR, MARIAMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004419ACHEAMPONG, LAWRENCE JUNIORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045042ACHEAMPONG, LOUIS ANIMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044717ACHEAMPONG, LUCY ADOMABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012824ACHEAMPONG, STELLA MINTAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003612ACHEAMPONG, VERA TAWIAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032735ACHIAMPONG, IGNATIUSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027382ACKAAH, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032912ACKAH, DERRICKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9036987ACKAH, KELVIN NWOZAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040317ACQUAH, DANIEL NELSONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020600ACQUAH, REGINALD GYAMFIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003432ACQUAH, SHALOM ATOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023428ADAFULA, MARCEL KWOWURABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021880ADAMS, BAABA TWEBAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9041718ADAMS, PORTIA MMALEMNABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043251ADANE, FRANCISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009117ADARKWA-YIADOM, WHITNEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007439ADDAE-MENSAH, FREDRICKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008702ADDAI, WENDY PASCALINABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047605ADDO, CLAUDIA MENSAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9029384ADDO, FREDERICK NKETIAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047571ADDO, RICHMOND TAKYIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021015ADDY, DENNISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9034104ADEFRAH, OTHNIEL WEDAGAH JUNIORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026557ADERKOTEY, EUGENE NARTEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044222ADJAH, DERRICK KOFI SELORMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004955ADJASEY, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022659ADJEI, ABIGAILBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9037874ADJEI, ERICBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006213ADJEI, KIMBERLY ANNBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001828ADJEI, PEARL OWUSUAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001196ADJEI, SAMUEL SARFOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011003ADJEKUM, DANIEL HEARTNELLBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039710ADJETEY, FITZGERALD ADJIERTEHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001194ADOM, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007451ADOM, RICHARD KWADZOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9029473ADOMAKO, AUGUSTINE ADDOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006387ADOMAKO, BERNARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016023ADOMAKO, FELICITYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044079ADOMAKO, KWADWO OPUNIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025796ADOMAKO, PRISCILLA NKETIAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032339ADU SARFO, PETERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003747ADU-GYAMFI, PATRICK NANA SAMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022645ADU, ISHMAELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044794ADU, JOSEPH OSEIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032731ADU, MAAME AMA KONTORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048707ADUKPO, GODFRED EYRAMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031001AFARI, SAMUEL ANDYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024311AFETORGBOR, MARKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019680AFFUL, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003078AFRANIE, JENNIFER ABENA BONSUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011544AFRIFA SARPONG, BRAGOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030203AGBEALINAWO, EYRAM AMENBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048931AGBEMENYAH, ISRAELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9036970AGBENORHEVI, BERNARD TSATSUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012818AGBENYA, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011993AGBESHIE, GABRIEL KWAKUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9017859AGBETETI, GODSON SEDEMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003549AGBEVE, THEOPHILUSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012230AGBLEZE, ELLIOTT MAWUFEMORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006069AGBO, ELVIS JUSTICEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033287AGBODJAN, JUSTICE TETTEHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027983AGGREY, CALEB BAAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031671AGGREY, EMMANUEL BOAMAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045499AGUMEY, SELORMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9000932AGYAKWA, MATILDA OBIRIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010956AGYEI, BENJAMINBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025157AGYEI, NATHANIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035895AGYEKUM, KESTON ADOFOWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035456AGYEKUM, KLUIVERT OHENEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022802AGYEMAN, KIRK KWAMEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9041442AGYEMANG, ANDRINABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007671AGYEMANG, COMFORT KONADUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012384AGYEMANG, DORISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021753AGYEMANG, EMMANUEL NUKUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044792AGYEMANG, EUGENE AMOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023876AGYEMANG, MICHAEL BOAKYEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048647AGYEMANG, SILAS NANA KWESIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010816AGYEMANG, SUZZIE NTIRIWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006171AGYENIM-BOATENG, BENEDICTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009892AGYIRI, PATRICK EVANSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018581AHENKRO BADU, GRANDSONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002532AHIAWU, AUSTIN ATSUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012790AHOSSEY, PETERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031086AIDOO, DANIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005624AIDOO, TONY KOFI BOAMAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001076AKALBEO, ROLAND AYINEMIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9036166AKANLAGM, JUDE AGISIYAMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021980AKANLUGI, EZEKIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006874AKOMANYI, UPRIGHT BOTCWEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007558AKORFUL, RACHEL AMA ADADZIWABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9014818AKOTO, RICHARD OBUOBIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048104AKOTO, SERWAA AMABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001636AKOTUAH, PRINCE APPIAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043364AKUNLIBE, DAMIEN EDWARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020728AKUOKU, ABIGAIL AWURA ADWOABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042743ALHASSAN, ZIYADEEN FORKAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9000490ALI, ATIKA ADAMSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9014852AMANFIHENE, DANIEL TWUMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018265AMANING, SAMUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045459AMANKWA-MENSAH, AGYEMANBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006323AMANKWAAH, GODFRED AMOAKOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002289AMANKWAH, RICHMONDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032868AMANKWAH, SAMUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026660AMANOR, ANGELABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043666AMANSIAH, BRIGHT TWEREFOURBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007340AMARTEY, STEPHEN LARYEABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007974AMENYO, RICHMONDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9037836AMETEFE, EDNA AKPENEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038996AMMAM, TRACEY MAA NARKIEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031780AMOAH, ADWOA ACHIAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9046780AMOAH, KWAKU AKYEHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003715AMOAH, VINCENTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039175AMOASI, RUTH ABOKOMABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005680AMOATENG, NANA AKWASIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035811AMOO, COLLINSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004079AMPADU, KUSI MAXWELLBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027560AMPEM, EVANS OSEIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048551AMPOFO, AGNES OWUSUABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9029800AMPOMANING, FRANCISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007755AMPONG, KWAME FOFIEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038856AMPONSAH OWUSU, GLORIABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042501AMPONSAH, FELIXBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038879AMPONSAH, NIMAKO-FREMPONGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030436AMPONSAH, OSCARBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002425AMUZU, CHARLES KEKELIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016072AMUZU, ESTHER AFUABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033138AMUZU, FRANCIS MAWUKOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019835ANANE, RHODABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9017633ANANG, ABIGAIL NAA KAIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048242ANANG, JOEL NII ADJETEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021140ANDERSON, RICHMONDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019454ANDOH, JOHNBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040753ANIM, JOSEPHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026215ANIM, PRISCILLABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009146ANIM, SAMUEL ANSONGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9017514ANKAMAH-BOADU, FELIXBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032991ANNAN, MOSES KWESIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047335ANNAN, SAMUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9037293ANSAH, EZEKIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040245ANSONG, RICHARD KOFIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018695ANTOH, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012646ANTWI-BOASIAKO, KELVINBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9014470ANTWI, ELIJAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004610ANTWI, IMMACULATE AGYAKOAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012283ANTWI, ISAAC JUNIORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012279ANTWI, ISAAC SENIORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024591ANTWI, JACOBBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011294ANTWI, MERCY BIRAGOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026321ANTWI, NELLY ESI-BRIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042581ANYEBEM, CHRISTOPHER AMALEYELEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035389APPIAH BOAKYE, SYLVESTERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019005APPIAH GYASI, STEPHENBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9041194APPIAH-KUBI, DIVINEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004021APPIAH-MENSAH, JOSEPHINEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026515APPIAH, EBENEZERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9028813APPIAH, JIMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010298APPIAH, SAMUEL BRIGHTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045206APUKO, AUGUSTINE ATANGABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009204ARHIN, JESSE ANTWIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031915ARHINFUL, ISAACBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9000846ARKOH, BRIGHTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001962ARKOH, LAWRENCEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019416ARTHUR-MENSAH, ABA NELSONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039362ARTHUR, CHRISTABEL BOATENGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045142ARTHUR, KELVIN HAIZELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018818ARTHUR, NANA ADWOA TWENEBOAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030245ARTHUR, NINSIN BISMARKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039279ARTHUR, WINNARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005331ARYEE, FRANKLINBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9028527ASAMOAH, ABENAA BEMMAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9034845ASAMOAH, BRIAN BAFFOURBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022476ASAMOAH, THOMASBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040772ASANTE, FRANLYNBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038114ASARE BAFFOUR, LOUISABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018323ASARE-BEDIAKO, BAAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042683ASARE-BEDIAKO, SAMUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012710ASARE-BROWN, WISDOM SELASIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002212ASARE, AKOMEA MICHAELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024103ASARE, ESTHER ABABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9017473ASARE, GEOFREYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040164ASARE, MARTIN NUAMAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9046296ASARE, MAXFORDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021276ASARE, RICHARDSONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001265ASARE, ROLANDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010200ASHIE, HENRIETTA KOOTSOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022355ASHLEY, ABIGAIL ABEIDEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9046354ASIAMAH, JASHMOND MARFOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008831ASIEDU-AKROFI, TIMOTHY GODSLOVEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018425ASIEDU, JUDEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005309ASOKWAH, EMMANUELLA TAKYIWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031978ASORE, HISTOPHELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035382ASSAN-ANNOBIL, SYLVANUS AFFULBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9046901ASSAN, ROBERTA APPIAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023066ASSENSOH, FRANCISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010841ASUBONTENG-BOATENG, AFUABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045611ATAKPLA, DESMOND DELALIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9036516ATAMMI, WILBERFORCE WINNAMANBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027416ATI, BERNARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018054ATIEMO, JACOB NORBIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9013654ATINGA, MOSES ANIAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002509ATSU, LAWRENCIA DOGBEDABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009623AWOTWE-NKETSIAH, CLEMENTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045723AWUDI, ELSIE ROSEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009711AYEH, SAMUEL AGYAPONGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008368AYIBIRE, PATRICK ATULEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009471BAA-MINTAH, EMMANUELLA AFIA ODIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024679BAAH, JOEL KOFIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033763BACCAH, PHILIP ELIKPLIMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040544BADU, GABRIEL AMPONSEMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016026BAGAH, JOSHUA ANDIVIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045866BAIDEN, BENJAMINBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002099BALURI, TIE HAKIMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004143BAMFO-AMOAH, ISHMAELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9015739BAMFO, AFUA ASANTEWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023540BARNES, SAMUEL NKRUMAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001668BEATSON, COMFORT AKUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032248BECHUBA, FRANK CHATIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001629BEDFORD-MOSES, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032762BEMPAH, DERRICK OWUSUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025607BENNEH, SILAS OSEIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024941BENSON, PRINCESS YAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004480BILSON, ANDREW JACOBSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027775BIMPEH, MADISON AGYEMANG JNRBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040838BINGLE, MOHAMMED MANSUR MUSAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9034691BISSAH, ROSEMOND SELASIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009667BLAY, EMMANUEL EDDIEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016926BOACHIE, MAAME AMA POMAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011703BOADI, JOSEPH PAPAYAWBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011726BOADI, KEZIAH OWUSUAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020907BOADU, DENNISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042505BOADU, EUNICE AMA FOAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020729BOADU, FRANK AYISIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038400BOAHEN, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044971BOAHEN, PRINCE GYANBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9028625BOAKYE DANQUAH, ERNESTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027398BOAKYE YIADOM, KELVINBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031353BOAKYE-YEBOAH, DAVID HENRYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010184BOAKYE, BENJAMIN ASENSOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018251BOAKYE, GIFTY KORANGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047742BOAKYE, RAPHAELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012326BOAMAH, ISAAC JUNIORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048047BOAMPONG, MAVISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031233BOATENG, CARL SPENCERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043302BOATENG, FREDRICK KWADWOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038132BOATENG, JESSICA ABENA SERWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020935BOATENG, KWABENABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019805BOATENG, KWAME FOSUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006170BOATENG, MATILDA JUNIORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019183BOATENG, MAVISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027932BOATENG, VINCENT GYAUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011681BONSU BEMPAH, RICHARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002464BONSU, ANITA ACHIAMAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002905BOSOMPEM, LILY NKANSAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033901BROBBEY, DUKE COLLINSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021139BROCK, SYLVIA NAA AMERLEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042032BROWN, MICHAEL JOJO AMPIAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011255BUABENG, OBED BAFFOEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047750BUMEGBE, PATRICK KOFI MAKAFUIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9029606CAESAR, THEODORA RHODA OHUIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042093COBBINAH, JOELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026873COBBINAH, KOFI KYER GYESIEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043398CUDJOE, EDMUNDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007733CUDJOE, FELIX JEREMIAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020956DADA, PRECIOUS DJIMAKIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011391DADEE-SESHIE, SENANU DANIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005060DAGBEE, CLETUSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045880DANKWA, AKUA AKOTOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048319DANSO, JEPHTHAH KWASIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020370DANSO, KOFI ADDOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039776DANSO, RICHARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019594DARKO, CHRISPIN KOFIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004662DARKO, KOFI OPPONGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038360DARTEY, DESMOND KONADUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001546DATSOMOR, BRIGHTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008301DELLE, CLIFFORDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032274DOE, BRIGHT KWASIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043693DOE, PHILIPBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019269DOMPEY, ANNABEL MORKPORKPOR AMIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016512DONKOH, MOSES SEKYIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038471DONKOR, BISMARKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006932DONKPIIRE, EMMANUEL SUGLOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018341DORMOCARA, AMOSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001175DOVLO, MICHAELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008960DOWUONA, BERNARD NII NORTEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012088DUFFOUR, SOLOMONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020215DUODU, DANIEL KOBIAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001284DUPEY, GODWIN ATSUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021726DZADE, SAMUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008868DZOGBETSAH, HARRIETBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025589EFFAH-NIMAKO, DENNISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032214EGHAN, EMMANUELLA CATHERINEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048081EJOM, REBECCABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002570EKLU, OLIVERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9049473ELLIS, EDMONDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011260ELUERKEH, ERNEST QUAYSONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012541ENCHILL, EVANS NANABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008561ENCHILL, FEYIWAH KUKUAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011813ENNIN, BRIGHTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048189ESHUN, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005321ESHUN, LORETTA ARABABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047958ESSIAM, AMOAKO FIIFI ATTA PANYINBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007401ESSIEN, NANA KWESIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003783EWORHO, SAMUEL EDEMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009193EWUDZIE, EUNICE PANYIN AMABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004791FENNY, BENJAMINBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047542FORSTER, ROZA RESHEEDABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006241FOSU, DICKSON MARFOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026690FOSU, SANDRABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022813FREMPONG, GRACEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048893FRIMPONG, AKWASI ANTWI AGYEIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012791FRIMPONG, LYDIA OHENEWABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9000553FRIMPONG, MARTIN ATUAHENEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005634FRIMPONG, THERESABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9029585FUDJOE, JOSHUA THOMPSONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047805FUSEINI, AHMED WUNPINIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9028131GADZO, EUNICEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9017572GAND OBED, FRANCIS FIIFIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022885GBEDEVI, SELASI AFIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035536GBEKOR, DERRICKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039421GHARTEY, EVANS ROLLANDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003246GOKA, PRISCILLA KUKUABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016451GOKU, NATHANIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031376GOMADO, SAMUEL SELORMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032447GOMDA, ABDULSHAKUR WUMPAGRABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045196GORDOR, ELIEZER EDEMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9013875GOVERNOR, KOFI CHRISTOPHERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009144GRAHAM, BENONI ERSKINEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026857GYAASE, RICHMONDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027790GYAMFI, COSMOS OPPONGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001106GYAMFI, LOVELACE KWAKUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9049399GYASI, GODFREDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026180GYEMFA, GLORIA ABEDIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040850GYENING, EBENEZERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042443HAMID, MUSA ISMAILBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007457HIENBE, KYAAMINA PATRICKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9013604HLORPEY, ALBERTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9041594HOUNKALE, LOUISEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043673HUGHES, CHARITYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025601IBRAHIM, AHMEDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026167IDDRISU, HAMZABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006846IMPRAIM, AGNES SEIBABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9049235INKOOM, JOYCE APAGYIWABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9046016INUSAH, FARAHANBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032615ISSAH, ZULKANENEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001574JIBRIL, JAMILATUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9049462JIMAH, KIPO SOLOMONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006701JORNOBOA, EVANS TETTEHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022155KARIKARI, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9029249KARIKARI, ERICBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043051KARIM, WONDER LOUKMANBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012519KAYORLA-NYAME, HENRYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033354KERSI, RAYMOND ADJEI OKYEREBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042232KODIE-AMPAW, JOSEPH KWABENABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012935KODUA BOAFO, DARRENBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019846KOOMSON, JOHNBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002938KORAY, ZAFIR BOMANJO BASHIRIDEENBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012999KORKUVI, ANTONIO YAYRATORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9015690KORSAH, EMMANUEL EKOWBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030534KPANKYAANO, BANABASBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011867KUDJOE, MANFREDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9015215KUFOALOR, OBEDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9028313KUGBE, DELADEM WISDOMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040631KUGBLENU, ERNEST LARWEHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9046718KUMEDZRO, JOSEPH DOEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048935KUSI, MICHAEL ODUROBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027108KUUZIILE, MARK KONYELEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016380KWAKYE, DANIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023541KWANING, DEBORAH ATAA ASANTEWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033609KWAO, ANDREW DELA-DEMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033203KWAO, RICHMONDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9028516KWARTENG, HARRIET OWUSUWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031159KWARTENG, MICHAELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022613KWARTENG, NYARKO ISAACBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042351KWARTENG, PRINCEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007720KWEGYIR-ABAIDOO, MAAME ABABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008820KWOFIE, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010326KYEI BAFFOUR, HENRYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035819KYEI, ODUROWAA YAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001839KYEREMATENG, EUNICE ANIMAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031048LAMPTEY, CHARITYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035588LAMPTEY, ISAAC NII LANTEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9015411LARTEY, ABDUL RAFIQBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011970LARTEY, LARRY NII-LARTEIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026071LITTY, PIOUS DZIDEFOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022956MABAN, MARK KWAMEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021968MACHIESTAY-DZREGAH, BRIAN ELORMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019932MAMUDU, KUDUS ABDULBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006799MANU, LYDIABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006735MARFO, PETER NANA YAMOAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9036073MARFO, RICHARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001608MATEY, PRISCILLA KARRENBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005302MBRAH APPIAH, LYDIABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9036943MENDS, ELIZABETH ABANFOWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9013351MENSAH-BONSU, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9029260MENSAH, CALEB ABAKAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018450MENSAH, FRANCIS ATSUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009449MENSAH, JOANITA BOAHEMAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023555MENSAH, RICHARD SEFAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030883MINTAH, MICHAEL AGYAPONGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020941MODZAKA, GODWIN KORSIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044553MOHAMMED MUNTAKA, ALHASSAN NAPARIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004271MOHAMMED, ANASS ISSAKABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005674MOHAMMED, YUNUS MALTITIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016006MWINTIIBU, JOHN HABAKUKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040365NAKOJAH, DAVIDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043100NARTEY, JOSEPHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9036670NESLSON, EVELYN NAA NYORKORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001881NKANSAH-POKU, KWADWO ANTWI BOASIAKOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006433NKANSAH, ENOCH FORDJOURBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008335NKANSAH, LORDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048360NOI, NII NOIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012906NORTEY, PHOEBE NAA ODOFOLEOKOR TIMABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042751NSIAH-POODOH, OWUSU AGYEMANGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006643NSIAH, CYRUSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9046064NUAMAH, DANIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003040NUAMAH, SHADRACK KWESIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9046637NUTAKOR, IVAN ELORMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025638NUWORGAH, DANIEL MAWUTORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030574NYAME, ANDYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023724NYAME, ANTHONYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047692NYAME, ENOCKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006284NYAMEKYE, EDWARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024401NYAMEKYE, RICHMOND OKATAKYIEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9041222NYARKO, AMANDA AKUA LABOKIEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032195NYARKO, GLORIA EFUA ESSUONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010921NYARKO, PORTIA ABENA OYOOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9028202OBENG-AMOAKO, NATHAN DAVIDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027228OBENG, EDWIN GYAMFIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031687OBENG, RANDYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032617OBESE, JOSEPHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020734OCRAN, SYLVESTERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023121ODAME, CAMBELL WIREKOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005939ODAMETEY, ISAAC KPANIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9020841ODEI, EMMANUEL ANTWIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044427ODJER, ESTHER KORYOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9015685ODOI, FRANCISCABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010920ODOI, ISAACBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9034898ODONKOR, MANASSEHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045287ODONKOR, RICHARD KWAMEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9037173OFORI-ATUAHENE, GODWILL AGYEMANGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004685OFORI-DEBRAH, DEBORAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001253OFORI, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007599OFORI, EVELYN AMANFOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010376OFORI, NICHOLAS BEKOEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9034088OFOSU, EMMANUEL NANA ANOKWAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019388OFOSU, OTHELIA MILLSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003361OFOSUHENE, CLINTONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008261OGBODO, NEWTONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007376OKAIJA-WELBECK, BETTYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021858OKINE, MALLISSABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004885OKOYE, ADAEZE JOANBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024567OKYERE, ADOMAKOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9049579OKYERE, FRANCISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042200OKYERE, PRINCE KORANKYEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009917OMARI, ESTHER KISSIWAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024060OPOKU MENSAH, EDWARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022771OPOKU-MENSAH, KWAKUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031890OPOKU, EBENEZERBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035022OPOKU, JOEL JULIUSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9000898OPOKU, KWAME NANABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9036557OPOKU, LORD GYAMFIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047611OSEI-AGYARE, NOBLEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002001OSEI-BONSU, KELVINBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016814OSEI, AFIA KISIWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039888OSEI, BOATENG RICHMONDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9048635OSEI, CAREN KONAMABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002196OSEI, DEBORAH AMA ACHIAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006681OSEI, KWAME GAISIEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9029172OSEI, SAMUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018677OSEI, TUTU NANABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9037639OSEI, WHITNEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9015851OSMANU, HADIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030293OTOPAH, SAMUEL KWABENABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006211OTUO SEREBOUR, ELDADBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022852OTUO, AMA FEKAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025009OWUSU SACHIE, SARAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018641OWUSU-APPAU, KWAMEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9038055OWUSU-BANAHENE, NANA YAWBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9036066OWUSU-BRENTU, FREDERICKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9015000OWUSU-FORDJOUR, PRISCILLABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025177OWUSU, ABENA AGYEIWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021499OWUSU, ALFRED AGYEKUMBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039895OWUSU, GIDEON FREDERICKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9047556OWUSU, ISAACBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9041943OWUSU, MICHAELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9049016OWUSU, SANDRABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018285PAINTSIL, EDWARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9026831PAINTSIL, JOSEPH ABEIKUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9016546PENNIE, ISHMAEL BANNIEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9011187PHILIP, COSMOS BUBUNYOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007474PRAH-NANA, BISMARKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004790QUAGRANIE, ROBETHABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039441QUANSAH, DEGRAFTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004973QUANSAH, ELIJAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005066QUANSAH, SHAUKAT AMOAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9023244QUARCOO, AUGUSTINABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021900QUARSHIE, RICHARD YEMOHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021077QUARTEY, CORNELIUSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004848QUAYE-NARH, JOEL TEYEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9025923RAZAK, ALIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9017035RYE, HENRIETTABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024541SAAH, NANA DANQUAH AMO-AGYEMANGBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027649SAAHENE, ALBERTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031382SACKEYFIO, EARL COMMEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022244SAFO, ABENABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004114SAHID, RIDWANBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004178SAI, CONSTANT SENYOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004957SAKYIWAA, AFIABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030827SAKYIWAA, AFIABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008001SALIFU, JAMARUDENBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031417SAM, RICHARDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9004254SANI, ABUBAKARBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9015221SARFO MENSAH, NAOMIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007803SARFO-NTOW, NATHANIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021645SARFO, SAMUEL ADUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018670SARKODIE-MENSAH, AMANDABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9024494SARKODIE, COLLINSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9042699SARKODIE, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9014572SARPONG, DERRICKBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021966SEANEDZU, ALEX ATOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9000814SEDOHIA, MACRICH MAWUKOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9027757SEFA-BOATENG, NHYIRABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9041502SEKYERE, BERNICE TWENEWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022284SESIE, LINDABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040009SIAW, SAMUEL TIEKUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033267SOBO, AUGUSTINE KOJOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002240SOGBO, VICTORIABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9028430SOREGAN, HELENABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032636SULEMANA, ABDUL MUMUNIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9008758SULEMANA, MUJAHIDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005499SUULISING, BAAGIBEHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9035137SYLVA, DOMINIQUEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044314TABIRI, ERNESTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9001727TACHIE-DONKOR, DOREENBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018788TAKYI, MICHAELINA AMA ABRAFIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003177TAKYI, YAW DOUDUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012603TANDOH, JOSEPH KOBINA ABAKAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003814TASSIE, ISAAC KWADWOBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002068TEI, BASIT CHEIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9000900TELUGNAYA, DANIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9044151TERKUTEI, VICTORIA ARKORBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9013099TETTEH, CHARLES PAAKOWBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006563TETTEH, COLLINSBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9014396TETTEH, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9018843TETTEH, GIDEONBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019346TETTEH, SAMUEL NUERTEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9002134TETTEH, THEOPHILUS NARTEYBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9039246TIETAAH, JENNIFER MARIABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010798TORGBOR, KWASI JACOBBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9012446TWENEBOAH, JONES MOSESBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005921TWENEBOAH, NANA YAA JESSICABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9022222TWUM-BARIMAH, FELIXBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9033690TWUM, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9009684TWUMASI DEBRAH, ERICBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9021179TWUMASI-ANKRAH, GLADYS DANSOAHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9006892UMAR, FAHDBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9007505UMAR, MANSURABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9013469WALKER, DANIEL KWAMEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9010132WELPUO, SAMUEL WARISBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030857WIAFE, EDWARD ANTWIBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005252WOSORNU, VICTORIA DOVI AKPENEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005570WULLAR, NATHANIEL KWEKUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9037328YAKUBU, TAKIYU WUNTIABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9005485YAMOAH, KWEKU ANDOHBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9031839YANNEY, GILBERTBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9043667YARTEY, EMMANUELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9040694YAWSON, VIGYL EFIA YAABABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9003494YEBOAH, ABENA KONADUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030705YEBOAH, ABIGAIL YAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9030463YEBOAH, DORCASBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9032467YEBOAH, NANA YAA ASANTEWAABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9014232YEKUNYA, JUSTICEBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9045504YELYEN, MICHAELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9046935YONMEARU, GABRIELBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019558ZEEDA, MISTAW AWUDUBsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences
9019943ZORVE, PRISCILLABsc. In Medical Laboratory Sciences

 

Bsc. In Respiratory Therapy

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
9034996AMIHERE, DERICKBsc. In Respiratory Therapy
9044872DANKWAH, ABIGAILBsc. In Respiratory Therapy
9043834DAWUDA, MARDIYAH ALHASSANBsc. In Respiratory Therapy
9048817EFA, ELIANABsc. In Respiratory Therapy
9014363NEE-OKPEY, SAMUELBsc. In Respiratory Therapy
9047917NKETIAH, ALBERT SACKEYBsc. In Respiratory Therapy
9044922SEKYERE, EBENEZER OSMANBsc. In Respiratory Therapy
9033241ATTA AMPONSAH, CHRISTOPHERBsc. Occupational Therapy
9034819AWUVURI, HENRY WEDOIBsc. Occupational Therapy
9040570BOATENG, DICKSONBsc. Occupational Therapy
9020905BONDZIE, NANA AMA FOSUWABsc. Occupational Therapy
9017757OPPONG, MAXWELL AGYEKUMBsc. Occupational Therapy
9005530OTENG, KWADWO FRIMPONGBsc. Occupational Therapy
9002857OWUSU, KOFI HENRYBsc. Occupational Therapy

 

Bsc. Physiotherapy

SERIAL NONAMEPROGRAMME
90071400TOO, VINCENT NII KOJOBsc. Physiotherapy
9032840ABBEW, FAITHFULBsc. Physiotherapy
9004419ACHEAMPONG, LAWRENCE JUNIORBsc. Physiotherapy
9049026ACQUAH, EVANSBsc. Physiotherapy
9032692ACQUAH, QUEENSLYBsc. Physiotherapy
9031079ADDAI-OPOKU, JESSEBsc. Physiotherapy
9026595ADDO, FRANCIS OHENEBsc. Physiotherapy
9024365ADDO, LINDA ANSAHBsc. Physiotherapy
9047955ADDO, ROBERTBsc. Physiotherapy
9019149ADEGLOH, SELORM DERICKBsc. Physiotherapy
9037988ADJEI, AKWASI KODIEBsc. Physiotherapy
9005917ADRAH, ESTHER MAKAFUIBsc. Physiotherapy
9003078AFRANIE, JENNIFER ABENA BONSUBsc. Physiotherapy
9023559AGBELE, ERIC KWAMEBsc. Physiotherapy
9033476AGYEI, SADAT SALIMBsc. Physiotherapy
9004898AKUFFO, AFIA TWUMWAAHBsc. Physiotherapy
9044764AKYAMPONG, ERNEST WILSONBsc. Physiotherapy
9020899AMEYAW BAAH, JULIA BAILEYBsc. Physiotherapy
9042779AMOAH, BERNARDBsc. Physiotherapy
9037170AMOAKO, MICHAEL OSEIBsc. Physiotherapy
9035447AMOATENG, CLINTON CHARLESBsc. Physiotherapy
9038879AMPONSAH, NIMAKO-FREMPONGBsc. Physiotherapy
9029054ANIM, ATOBOAH JEMIMABsc. Physiotherapy
9033145ANNANG, THEODORA MOOTSOOBsc. Physiotherapy
9023502ANSAH, ANGELA EWURABABsc. Physiotherapy
9026764ARTHUR, GIDEONBsc. Physiotherapy
9003276ASAMOAH-DANSO, JUSTICEBsc. Physiotherapy
9011903ASAMOAH, HENRYBsc. Physiotherapy
9016434ASANTE-KUMI, CLEMENTBsc. Physiotherapy
9048057ASANTE, ENOCHBsc. Physiotherapy
9033663ASANTE, JENNIFERBsc. Physiotherapy
9027226ASIEDU, FREDRICK KYEIBsc. Physiotherapy
9031349ASINOR, SAMUELBsc. Physiotherapy
9009634BANU BENSE, MABELBsc. Physiotherapy
9019621BINEY, PRINCEBsc. Physiotherapy
9041587BLENYI, ABEL DELAWUBsc. Physiotherapy
9028625BOAKYE DANQUAH, ERNESTBsc. Physiotherapy
9022890BOAKYE, THEODORA SERWAABsc. Physiotherapy
9040749BUABENG, ANGELA RUTHBsc. Physiotherapy
9045237BULLEY, ANASTASIABsc. Physiotherapy
9042093COBBINAH, JOELBsc. Physiotherapy
9023391DADZIE, SAMUEL KWAKYEBsc. Physiotherapy
9022473DANSO, EBENEZER MINTABsc. Physiotherapy
9047229DARKEY, SILVANUS JUNIORBsc. Physiotherapy
9047646DURCHBACH, AARON DELALIBsc. Physiotherapy
9047968DZADZA-MENSAH, GODSLINE ETORNAMBsc. Physiotherapy
9046300FIAMAFLE, FELICIA ADZOBsc. Physiotherapy
9026690FOSU, SANDRABsc. Physiotherapy
9035017FREMPONG, NHYIRA KWAMEBsc. Physiotherapy
9018381FRIMPONG, MARIENBsc. Physiotherapy
9003859GAMELI, FELIX KODZO MAWUSEBsc. Physiotherapy
9030825GETRUDE, KYEI BAFFOURBsc. Physiotherapy
9017820GYIMAH, DENNIS BAFFOURBsc. Physiotherapy
9019468HAMMOND, SONIA GRACEBsc. Physiotherapy
9034258HEWTON, NANA AKUA ODURAABsc. Physiotherapy
9022155KARIKARI, EMMANUELBsc. Physiotherapy
9037715KRAKAH, KELVIN ELIKPLIMBsc. Physiotherapy
9024780KUDALOR, BELIEVEBsc. Physiotherapy
9013226KUSI, AUDREY BOAHEMAABsc. Physiotherapy
9007935LIMANN, BERNICEBsc. Physiotherapy
9011243MAINOO, NYANTAKYI JOSEPHBsc. Physiotherapy
9022764MENSAH, CHRISTOPHERBsc. Physiotherapy
9022705MENSAH, ERASMUSBsc. Physiotherapy
9023238MENSAH, ROBERT QUAYE-KUMAHBsc. Physiotherapy
9024510NSIAH-POKU, NATHANIELBsc. Physiotherapy
9039019NSIAH, SHADRACKBsc. Physiotherapy
9034457NTIAMOAH, PRINCEBsc. Physiotherapy
9033567NUNOO, BARBARA NAA-ANSAAHBsc. Physiotherapy
9018407NUTAKOR, EMEFA AFIBsc. Physiotherapy
9007402NYANFUL, RAYMONDBsc. Physiotherapy
9014308OFOSU, MARY KONADUBsc. Physiotherapy
9032935OHENE, COLLINS ABOAGYEBsc. Physiotherapy
9000809OKO, ELIZABETHBsc. Physiotherapy
9011322OPPONG, PETER JUNIORBsc. Physiotherapy
9027906OWUSU-OBENG, JACKIEBsc. Physiotherapy
9049016OWUSU, SANDRABsc. Physiotherapy
9033033OWUSUAA, ANGELABsc. Physiotherapy
9005736QUARSHIE, DEBORAH SYVETTELANA EWURADWOABsc. Physiotherapy
9030470QUAYE, ALEXBsc. Physiotherapy
9023513QUAYNOR, SANDRABsc. Physiotherapy
9008758SULEMANA, MUJAHIDBsc. Physiotherapy
9033438TETTEH, VICTORIA KAFUIBsc. Physiotherapy
9007034TWUMASI, CALEB KOFIBsc. Physiotherapy
9012213YEBOAH, MARTINABsc. Physiotherapy
9046291ZORKJIAH, NAFISAHBsc. Physiotherapy

 

Live Streaming of July 2018 Congregation Ceremonies

Starting July 20, 2018 - Ending July 20, 2019

Dear all,

Members of the University community are hereby informed that the 2018 July Congregation Ceremonies will be streamed live on the University of Ghana website and YouTube channel.

Please click on the links below to access the streams

UG July 2018 Congregation: Friday 20th July - Morning Session

https://youtu.be/9REnVUIwsq0

 

UG July 2018 Congregation: Friday 20th July - Afternoon Session

https://youtu.be/7fDiMCdK2Fs

 

UG July 2018 Congregation: Saturday 21st July - Morning Session

https://youtu.be/pIJhKTCqB3M

 

UG July 2018 Congregation: Saturday 21st July - Afternoon Session

https://youtu.be/uKE27hVnNHs

 

 

Bachelor of Science in Midwifery Programme

Starting July 17, 2018 - Ending July 17, 2019

The School of Nursing and Midwifery of the College of Health Sciences, University of Ghana invites applications for admission into the Bachelor of Science in Midwifery programme for the 2018/2019 academic year.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Three categories of applicants will be considered for admission to the BSc. Midwifery programme.

 

  1. Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSCE) holders or its equivalent (will enter at Level 100).
  2. West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) holders (will enter at Level 100).
  3. Diploma in Midwifery/ Nursing (all categories) (will enter at Level 200).

 

SSSCE holders must have passes (Grades A-D) and WASSCE holders must have credit passes (Grades A1-C6) in the following subjects:

 

Core Subjects: Three (3) core subjects comprising Mathematics, English and Integrated Science

            Or Science.   

Elective Subjects: Three Elective subjects from the following:

  1. Chemistry, Physics, Biology or Elective Mathematics
  2. General Agriculture, Physics & Chemistry
  3. Three General Arts Electives
  4. Two General Arts Electives plus Food & Nutrition
  5. Any three of the following Electives: Economics, Management in Living, Food & Nutrition, Chemistry, General Knowledge in Art and French.

 

Diploma to Degree Applicants

Applicants must be holders of a Diploma awarded by a recognised university, with a Final Grade Point Average (FGPA) of 3.0 or better. 

 

Foreign Applicants

Applicants will have their results verified by NAB/University of Ghana – these should be within the above-specified grades.

 

There may be selection interviews.

 

For information on how to apply, please visit our website.

 

Deadline: All applications must be submitted by FRIDAY JULY 27, 2018.

 

 

REGISTRAR

 

 

Call for Papers: 4th International Research Conference of the College of Humanities, University of Ghana

Starting July 17, 2018 - Ending July 17, 2019

CALL FOR PAPERS:

4th INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE OF THE COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

Date: 1-2 November, 2018

Venue: University of Ghana, Legon

 

Extension for Receipt of Abstracts to Friday, August 24, 2018

 

Theme:

Prospects and Challenges of Humanities Research in the 21st Century

 

The College of Humanities of the University of Ghana is pleased to issue a Call for Papers for its 4th Annual International Research Conference on the theme Prospects and Challenges of Humanities Research in the 21st Century. In line with the University’s 70th anniversary, this conference will celebrate the growth and reflect on the challenges of the disciplines in the humanities which formed a core of the academic programmes right from the establishment of the University. The event will provide a global platform for academics, practitioners, policy makers, and students to share their research on the prospects and challenges of humanities research given the evolving undercurrents of increased world integration and localised concerns.

 

Humanities research cuts across a broad range of disciplinary boundaries using various multiple processes to create knowledge and translate it into various facets of the society. In the 21st century, cutting edge research from the humanities which responds to the needs of societies is vital and scholars are more exposed and better placed to come up with innovative ways of solving the world’s challenges.

 

The international conference sets out to explore diverse theoretical approaches, as well as interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary viewpoints and methodologies that can be brought to bear on the prospects and challenges of doing research in the humanities, and issues emanating from them. We especially welcome papers that are interdisciplinary in approach and oriented towards addressing the challenges faced by researchers in the humanities as well as future prospects of humanities research.

 

 

 

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

The Conference will be organised around a competitive call for papers and panels that include, but not limited to, the following sub-themes:

  • Methodologies and humanities research
  • The humanities and sustainable development in Africa
  • Humanities, technology and globalisation
  • Eco-humanities: divergences and convergences
  • Decolonising the academy: the place of African studies
  • Developmental challenges and African cities
  • Arts, social identity and territoriality
  • Pulpits, altars and the academy
  • Religion, politics and the economy
  • Music, language and politics
  • Language, religion, performing arts and identity construction
  • The Performing Arts and social transformation
  • Language and communication for development
  • Multilingualism and social development
  • Asia, Europe, Latin America and Africa’s development
  • Language, gender, education and culture
  • Gender, sexuality and culture
  • Diversities: gender, sexualities and dis/abilities
  • Communications: social and new media
  • Literature in print, performance and broadcast
  • Discourse and glocalisation
  • Public-private interest and media freedom
  • Law and society
  • Citizenship: rights and identity
  • Politics, economics and society
  • Governance and politics in Africa
  • Economic growth and wellbeing
  • Youth and the demographic dividend
  • Migration and transcultural exchanges
  • Healthcare in the African context
  • Entrepreneurship, business and technologies
  • Labour, employment and industry
  • Education: quality, relevance and access
  • Macroeconomic Management and Growth

Format and language:

Each proposal for oral presentation must consist of a research title, an abstract of 250 words, a list of author (s), institutional affiliation, and email.  Panel proposals should, in addition, include a brief rationale of no more than 100 words, and abstracts for all papers. A panel comprises a minimum of four and maximum of six papers and must be aligned to one of the sub-themes. Poster presentations are accepted for this conference. All authors must state clearly whether their abstracts are for oral presentation, panel sessions or poster presentations.

All submissions should be in Word format (for abstracts with special characters, also submit a pdf version).    

The main language of the conference is English; however, papers in French will be considered.  Abstracts for papers to be given in French should be submitted in both French and English.

Funding:

Limited funding in the form of travel grants are available for Young African Scholars from the sub-region. Applicants may apply for funding after they have received confirmation of acceptance of their abstracts.

Important dates:

Deadline for receipt of abstracts:        Extended to August 24, 2018

Notification of acceptance:                   September 14, 2018

Deadline for submission of full paper: October 12, 2018  

 

Submission email:    Abstracts (and any enquiries) should be sent to the following addresses:  cohconference@ug.edu.gh or cohconference@gmail.com. You may call

+233 (0500105225) or +233 (0559462600) for further information.

 

Participation Fees

International presenters/participants   - $100

International students                         - $50

Local presenters/participants              - GHȼ70

 

Participation is at no cost for all University of Ghana students

 

 

 

 

2018 Post-First Degree LL.B Interview List

Starting July 12, 2018 - Ending July 12, 2019

MONDAY JULY 23, 2018 8:30 A.M.                        

(Morning Group A)

 

ABDUL NASIR MUKTAR HEBAH

9003455

ABDULAI AWULATU

9005295

ABDULAI YAHAYA

9006534

ABEDNEGO AKUTAM

9020445

ABOAGYE EMMANUEL

9001092

ABROKWA EMMANUEL KWASI

9009578

ABUDULAI ADAM ZIG-NAA

9014010

ACHAMPONG AKWASI KYERE

9001848

ACQUAYE GENEVIEVE ELIZABETH NAA ADOLEY

9002923

ADADEVOH SELINAM AMEYO

9011228

ADAMS SAMIULLAI QUADOO

9004529

ADDAI-KWARTENG PRISCILLA

9002879

ADDE COLLINS CONSTANT

9001094

  

MONDAY JULY 23, 2018 8:30 A.M.                        

(Morning Group B)

 

ADDIPAH ENYONAM

9003894

ADDO JAMIE ALLEN NII AYI KUSHIE

9012024

ADDO REBECCA ASAMOAH

9004468

ADJEI ALEXANDER JUNIOR

9004833

ADJENIM BOATENG HANNAH

9008971

ADONGO LINDA SEKIKULGA

9024460

ADU ALBERTA ADUBEA

9008012

ADU CHARLES NII JUNIOR

9009074

ADU-ACHEAMPONG JOSPHINE

9017166

ADZAGLI GLORIA

9021314

ADZOKPE JONATHAN

9001658

ADZORLOLO STEPHEN

9010783

AFARI-ACQUAH JOEL OHENEBA

9015751

  

MONDAY, JULY 23, 2018 1:00 P.M                          

(Afternoon Group A)

 

AFORUK DANIEL AYUEKANBEY

9014494

AFRANE IVY YEBOAH KAKRA

9026319

AGLOBITSE KATHERINE AKPE

9017792

AGYEI SOLOMON ASARE

9013743

AGYEKUM DENNIS

9002217

AGYEMAN  MARIAM KONADU

9000695

AHINFUL ANGEL CHRISTINA

9000640

AHMED AMINA BALMA

9013964

AKHARIGEYA JOSHUA ATABINORE

9017802

AKOMEAH OSMAN NANA AKWASI

9024889

AKUFFO ERNEST KWATIA

9002058

  

MONDAY, JULY 23, 2018 1:00 P.M                           

(Afternoon Group B)

 

AKUFFO JACQUELINE ADOBEA

9026770

AKUMFI EDWARD KYEREMEH

9009913

AKUTAM SELINA

9020441

AKYEAMPONG JENNIFER ABENA SERWAA

9001146

ALAGSKOMAH EUGENE

9020396

ALANGYAM GIDEON AKANLINGWON

9011637

AMANOR SHINE

9016127

AMEGA-DUNU PATRICK

9016144

AMENUVOR MAWUSI YAA

9009722

AMENYA ANTHOINETTE ABLA

9017451

AMEVOR STANELY JOHN-JAY

9008645

  

TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2018 8:30 A.M.                   

(Morning Group A)

 

AMO NANCY AMA

9002013

AMOAH FORSON KEZIA MARFOA

9007471

AMOAKO MUBARICK

9001863

AMOATENG BOAKYE LYDIA

9008771

AMPONG AFUA BABA

9000724

ANAGLATE DEMAKPOR

9018663

ANDOH MOSES EKOW

9011216

ANDROMEDE DJENEBA TALARPOUA THIOMBIANO

8105370

ANNAN BERLINDA

9021535

ANNING NIMAKO KUFFOUR

9012632

ANOMAH FRANCISCA AGYIN

9019268

ANTWI DANIEL OPOKU

9001579

ANYOMI LOVEMARK ADZO

9009691

  

TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2018 8:30 A.M.                   

(Morning Group B)

 

APPIAH SHADRACK

9016182

ARMAH DANIEL

9005705

ARMOO ABENA ADUKO

9011460

ARTHUR GEORGE JUSTICE

9003540

ARYENOR ESTHER

9011964

ASABAGNA PATIENCE

9003234

ASAMANI EFUA

9015448

ASAMOAH BOAKYE MARK

9021842

ASAMOAH ENID ARABA

9013026

ASANTE SHAKOOL AKUA ABEA

9009358

ASANTE-ANTWI GLORIA YIADOM

9015945

ASARE JOELYN ROBERTA

9000768

ASARE VIVIAN MONICA

9003498

  

TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2018 1:00 P.M                 

(Afternoon Group A)

 

ASARE-BOATENG NANA AMMA

9000494

ASIEDU KWEKU AMPONSAH

9005547

AVORKAH SHEILA

9013658

AWO ASIEDUA YEBOAH

9012402

AWUKU DANIEL AWUSI

9002327

AWUVAFOGE JESSE AGYEKWAH

9012925

BAAH CHRISTABLE NYARWAA

9024559

BAAH SEFIAMOR

9011623

BADII KAWAWA EUNICE

9007080

BADMUS DINAH

9020827

BASSAW FRANKLINA EUNICE

9014824

BATSE TONY SEDEM

9011088

  

TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2018 1:00 P.M                 

(Afternoon Group B)

 

BAWUAH ALBERTA ADOMAH ADUM

9013114

BERDIE LUCY SEDEM

9025071

BIBARIWIAH GODWIN FUOH

9003334

BILLARD HARRY NII AYIQUAYE

9000638

BLANKSON AUNTIE DEDE

9013679

BLEWUSI CORNELIA SELORM

9024234

BOAKYE ALBERT FORKUO

9012943

BOAMAH EBENEZER KOBINA

9020131

BOATENG JOSEPH MANU KWASI

9014008

BODOMBIE FUSEINI BAKUORO

9023135

BONSU ADJOA ASOR SIKA

9011943

BOTCHWAY WILIAM OFFEI

9001260

  

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 8:30 A.M.                       

(Morning Group A)

 

BRIKU-BOADU EDWARD

9018254

BROWN NANCY NAA AKU

9024024

BUKU KODJO XORLADEM KODJO

9022266

COBB CAROLINE

9006219

COMMEY NANA AMA KOFFUAH

9014036

DAAKU NAANA AKUA YEBOAH

9001413

DADZIE DERRICK

9004404

DADZIE KOW AKYEMPEM JUNIOR

9021104

DADZIE MICHAELA

9020288

DAKO KWAME BOAMAH

9012183

DAMTAR SOLOMON BITTIAN

9014186

DANQUAH ESTHER AGEIWAA

9022697

DANQUAH FRANK JNR

9024524

  

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 8:30 A.M.                       

(Morning Group B)

 

DJAN AFARI SHARON AWO

9009162

DONKOR TIMOTHY SELIKEM

9006492

DUFFOUR BRIGHT

9019328

DUNCAN MAULYN GYASIWA

9012333

DUORINAAH JUVENTUS

9003270

DUWUONA DEBORAH NARKI

9007609

DZAH WORLANYO KWASI SOLOMON

9015493

DZANDU MARY-STELLA DZIFA

9013911

DZIKPEHLO WISDOM

9016441

DZUDZOR CYNTHIA AFI

9020403

EDUSEI PAMELA ANKISIWAI

9004689

ESSEL DANIELLINA DUODU

9011803

FERGUSON GEORGE

9013847

  

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 1:00 P.M.                       

(Afternoon Group A)

 

FOSU AMA POKUA

9010372

FREMPONG ALEX KUMI

9024787

GARBA SHARIFA

9011457

GELLIE VINCENT

9025485

GYASI MENSAH JERRY JOHN

9023074

HADJOR DENNIS

9025299

HAGAN FAUSTINA ARABA JULIET ADEIKU

9025442

HAILEY SHAIDATU

9002468

HAMMOND BENEDICTA

9024403

IBRAHIM ABDUL KARIM

9010596

IBRAHIM HAZIF DEEN

9007404

INKUM ISAAC ARKO

9004866

  

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 2018 1:00 P.M.                      

(Afternoon Group B)

 

JEMILA HALIDU

9005509

KLAYSON JENNIFER YAYRA

9013265

KOFINTI VANESSA AMA SERWAH

9003887

KOTOCHIE CLEMENCE

9023412

KUSI SELINA SERWAAH

9021010

KWAKUTSEY NUNANA

9004135

KYEREMANTENG ANTOINETTE MAWUENA CLAIRE

9006594

LEGGE REGINALD

9016960

LIVINGBIRD BENJAMIN KWAME

9001443

MAMONKOSE MAXWELL CHEREGO

9002951

MANTEAW DZIFA

9024004

MCLEAN-ARTHUR JOSEPH

9021147

  

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2018 8:00 A.M.                    

(Morning Group A)

 

McOWUSU IDA ESI

9011603

MENSAH BAABA SIRIPIWA

9000970

MENSAH DOREEN

9004734

MENSAH MAAME AKUA FORIWAA

9022940

MENSAH PETER

9019333

MINGLE LILIAN JOY

9000783

NII LARYEAFIO BENEDICT

9013751

NTIAMOAH ALEXANDER AMANYIN

9024775

NYADZI ASEYE ADZO-MAA

9009752

NYAHE MARIA DELALI

9010252

NYAKO STEPHEN MATEY

9007953

  

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2018 8:00 A.M.                    

(Morning Group B)

 

NYAMEKYE SARFO JUNIOR

9017422

NYARKO NANA AMA

9015361

OBU ACHEAMPONG FELIX

9002272

ODURE JOSEPH ASIEDU

9021902

OFORI DOMINIC OHENE

9003314

OFORI DUAH WILHELMINA

9026186

OFORI PATRICIA POMAA

9000837

OFORI-BAH EMMANUEL KOFI ASARE

9026035

OFORIWAA AMANFO AGNES

9007298

OHENEWA ESTHER

9012912

OPOKU MENSAH CECILIA

9021724

  

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2018 1:00 P.M.                       

(Afternoon Group A)

 

ORTSIN EKUA KYEREWAH

9012136

OSABUTEY NAA AWURA DEDE

9003403

OWUSU ADDA OPOKU RAYMOND

9025916

PARKER THELMA MARTINA

9000582

PEPRAH KYEI BAFFOUR

9010366

PLANGE ADIVITI

9000670

POBEE MENSAH HENRY

9023783

POKU ROSEMARY UNIQUE CLARA

9008930

QUARTEY JAMES

9014799

QUARTEY PAPAFIO REGINA OYOO

9011134

  

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2018 1:00 P.M.                       

(Afternoon Group B)

 

SACKEY NANCY AMA

9002878

SEDZRAMEDO EBENERIS ELORM

9008707

SOSI THEOPHILUS SAKI

9003958

VANDERPUYE-ORGLE MELODY

9015704

YAHAYA ENUSAH

9012535

YEBOAH NANA AMA ADOMA

9008104

YEMOH AUDREY NAA YEMOTELEY

9019537

YEVU JOANA

9018700

ZIAME ABIGAIL

9006588

ZOWONU JESSICA DZIFA

9021082

 

 

PhD Scholarship Opportunities – Centre for Urban Management Studies (CUMS)

Starting July 11, 2018 - Ending July 11, 2019

The Centre for Urban Management Studies (CUMS), University of Ghana, Legon, seeks qualified candidates from relevant academic units of the University of Ghana to apply for two sets of PhD research scholarships.

 

 

 

Please click here for the details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3RD Biennial Scientific Conference: Call For Abstracts. Theme: Genetics, Hypertension, Diabetes and Herbal Remedies in Kidney Diseases

Starting July 5, 2018 - Ending October 1, 2018

College of Health Sciences

In partnership with H3 Africa and UG @ 70 presents

3RD BIENNIAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE

Theme: Genetics, Hypertension, Diabetes and Herbal Remedies in Kidney Diseases

Date : September 26 - 28, 2018

Venue  : Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons, Accra

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Submission Guidelines

  1. Contributions are invited for oral and poster presentation. Abstracts should be submitted according to the following guidelines and structured as follows:
    • Title
    • Authors (include address and affiliations and underline presenting author)
    • Aim[s] or objectives
    • Methods
    • Results
    • Discussion and conclusion
  2. Must not exceed 250 words and in Times New Roman or Calibri with a font size of 12.
  3. Deadline for submission of abstracts is Tuesday July 31, 2018     
  4.  All abstracts should be submitted electronically to the email: chsabstracts@ug.edu.gh OR dnyabankwah@ug.edu.gh
  5. Awards: Awards would be given to the following categories:
    • The best young scientist
    • The best postgraduate and research assistant for oral presentation.
    • The best postgraduate and research assistant for poster presentation.
  6. This Conference is accredited by the Ghana Medical and Dental Council and The Allied Health Professional Council For CPD Credits

REGISTRATION

Pre-Registration for Non College of Health Sciences members is by payment of GH¢ 600.00 to the College of Health Sciences Accounts Office, Korle-Bu.

CONTACT

Professor Andrew Anthony Adjei for further information|: 0543065223, 0244378458, 0243643507, 0249534022

Deadline for Pre-Registration is Friday August 10, 2018

 

Undergraduate Admissions for the 2018/2019 Academic Year

Starting July 4, 2018 - Ending July 4, 2019

The University of Ghana announces for the information of the general public that in anticipation of the early release of WASSCE results by the West African Examinations Council, the DEADLINE for the closure of applications for admission of prospective applicants into various undergraduate programmes for the 2018/2019 academic year is now July 20, 2018.

The change in deadline is to enable the University to start its admission process soon after the results have been released.

All persons interested in applying to the University of Ghana should take note of the new closing date.

 

REGISTRAR

Nomination of Innovations for Submission to the “Innovating Education in Africa Expo 2018”

Starting June 29, 2018 - Ending June 29, 2019

Nomination of Innovations for Submission to the “Innovating Education in Africa Expo 2018”

  1. Introduction: The Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation invites nominations of innovations to be considered for showcasing at the Innovating Education in Africa Expo 2018.

Please note: The main text for submission should be in Arial 11-point form with single line spacing.

  1. Format for submission

Submissions may be made in any one of the following formats.

  1. Project Summary: Individual innovators and organisations may submit a summary of projects, which are leading or have led to unique outcomes. Submissions should cover the problem being solved and solution offered. (Maximum 2 pages).

 

  1. Papers: Papers should represent original quality research with the potential for practical application. (Maximum – 5 pages, including references).

 

  1. Policy presentation proposals: A summary of innovations in policy which are leading to or have led to unique outcomes. The paper should cover the problem being targeted, solution offered and how the policy is innovative (Maximum 2 pages).

 

  1. Lightning Talks: Provide a short overview of a project, showcase a technology or its implementation, or highlight a key issue. (Maximum 1 page including references).

 

  1. Digital poster: Present visual representations of projects and development initiatives. (Maximum 1 page including references).

 

  1. Techno Expo: Demonstrate innovative projects or applications using instructional technology to communicate. You are required to provide live demonstrations of your project (i.e. video clip of not more than 3 minutes in length).

 

  1. Eligibility Criteria:
  1. The innovations must have demonstrated impact, with potential for wide dissemination in Africa;
  2. Applicant must consent to having their innovation shared across the continent for purposes of replication;
  3. Submissions must be made by the original author of the innovation or a senior official of the organisation that developed the innovation.

 

  1. Submission guideline:  
  1. Kindly submit electronic copy via email to the Office of Research, innovation and Development (ORID) via orid-tdtc@ug.edu.gh

and

  1. Also submit n any of the specified formats at iea.edu-au.org/submit

 

  1. Deadline for submission:
  1. 5.00pm on Monday, 2nd July 2018 for submissions to orid-tdtc@ug.edu.gh and
  2. 12.00 midnight Addis Ababa time (GMT+3) for submissions to iea.edu-au.org/submit

 

 

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

Starting June 27, 2018 - Ending June 27, 2019

The Department of Computer Science, University of Ghana is organizing intensive professional certificate courses, open to senior high school graduates, tertiary students, graduates, workers and the general public for eight-weeks. The courses are in various IT fields from Database Administration to 3D Animation.

 

 

 

 

 

Please click here for the details:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

University of Ghana Part of International Collaboration to Advance Research in Agriculture, Nutrition and Health

Starting June 26, 2018 - Ending June 26, 2019

University of Ghana and the African Nutrition Society, alongside other partners will this week hold the Academy Week where 350 Scientists from 50 Countries are expected to meet in Accra to advance research in Agriculture, Nutrition and Health.

 

Please click here to access a Press Release on the upcoming event.

 

 

 

Call for Abstracts - ICA Africa 2nd Biennial Conference, 2018

Starting June 20, 2018 - Ending June 20, 2019

ICA Africa 2nd Biennial Conference, 2018

 

The Africa Regional Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA)

Theme: African Digital Cultures: Emerging Research, Practices and Innovations

Date:  7-9 November, 2018

Organisers: School of Information and Communication Studies, University of Ghana, Legon

Digital technology has become an inherent part of contemporary African life. Fueled by increasing internet penetration, changes have occurred to accommodate a more digital-driven lifestyle across various sectors of African societies. Compared with other parts of the world, Internet use in Africa is still relatively low, but digital technology is rapidly changing how people on the continent communicate with one another, produce and consume goods and services, enact citizenship, and construct narratives about themselves. New configurations in the communication, information and media landscape resulting from digitalization provoke new questions and challenge old assumptions about mediation practices for scholars. Traditional media such as radio, for example, may be still dominant in the information and communication ecology of Africa, but their practices are constantly being impacted and transformed by emerging digital cultures, especially among the youth.

The dynamic nature of technology-driven transformations in mediated communication in Africa calls for deeper insights into the cultures forming around the appropriation of digital technologies. In a world in which the face of communication is constantly evolving, we believe Africa can provide fresh thinking on how people adopt, appropriate and deploy digital technologies in various communicative contexts and the impact(s) that has on their lives.

The School of Information and Communication Studies (SICS) of the University of Ghana, in collaboration with the International Communication Association (ICA) is hosting the 2018 Regional ICA conference on the theme African Digital Cultures: Emerging research, practices and innovations. The conference seeks to bring together scholars from within and outside the continent to share their research and perspectives on the cultures forming around conceptualizations, production and consumption of the digital space in Africa. We invite abstracts of empirical and conceptual papers that address the following and other relevant themes for presentation at the conference:

  • Transformation of knowledge in a digital era
  • Epistemologies, disciplinary developments and pedagogies in digital communication
  • Theorizations of the digital
  • Gendered cultures and digitization
  • Youth cultures and digitization
  • Rural digital cultures
  • Digitization and marginalization
  • Digitization, regulation and governance
  • Digital colonization
  • Ethical concerns related to digitization
  • Newsroom norms and practices in a digital era
  • Corporate communications and digitization
  • Communication, entrepreneurship and digitization
  • Digitization and interpersonal communication
  • Audiences and digital culture
  • Privacy, publicity, surveillance
  • News and disinformation
  • New mediation practices in a digital era
  • Digitalization and visualization

Special Panels:  We also invite abstracts for a Special Panel on Revisiting the Foundations of African Communication Scholarship in honour of pioneering African communication scholars.

Besides this, we welcome senior scholars to propose and constitute special panels on issues of interest related to the conference theme.

Submission for Conference:  Please submit abstracts of a maximum 300 words by June 30, 2018 either through the designated link on the conference website or email to sics@ug.edu.gh.

Abstract acceptance notifications would be issued by July 25, 2018 and full papers will be expected to be submitted by October 15, 2018. Abstracts should include name, institutional affiliation and contact details of author(s) and paper title.

Policy Lab:  The Conference will create space for a Policy Lab on Digital Empowerment (Access, Literacy, Safety, etc.). The main objective of the policy lab is to improve the synergies among researchers, media and communication practitioners, and policy actors. It aims at encouraging research agendas of direct interest to policy constituencies on issues related to the topic of the policy lab and to stimulate demand for research findings among potential users in policy and practice. Participation will be open to only a limited number of participants.

Submission for Policy Lab: Please submit a short synopsis of relevant research you are currently developing and which could benefit from feedback from policy makers by June 30, 2018 either through the designated link on the conference website or to sics@ug.edu.gh. Acceptance notifications would be issued by July 25, 2018.

Graduate Student/Early Scholar Mentoring Session: There will also be a graduate student mentoring session. We invite graduate students to send in abstracts of their research as well as poster proposals for consideration by June 30, 2018 either through the designated link on the conference website or to sics@ug.edu.gh.   

Acceptance notifications would be issued by July 25, 2018. A limited number of partial/full sponsorship may be available for covering flights and hotel accommodation.

Key dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: June 30, 2018
  • Acceptance notification and invitations: July 25, 2018
  • Full paper submissions: October 15, 2018
  • Conference dates: November 7-9, 2018

NB: Please include the session you are submitting your abstract to in the subject line when using the email option

Venue: University of Ghana, Legon, Accra-Ghana

Kindly visit the link below for further Information 

http://sics.ug.edu.gh/icaafrica-ghana

 

Abstract Submission here or http://sics.ug.edu.gh/icaafrica-ghana/abstract-submission

 

 

PhD & Post-Doctoral Research Positions / Scholarship Opportunities - RIPS

Starting June 20, 2018 - Ending June 20, 2019

The Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS), University of Ghana, Legon is looking for self-motivated and highly-qualified candidates to fill vacant PhD research & Post-Doctoral positions on its “Cities and Climate Change” project, and expected to use existing data from the project.

The PhD position is for two-years, whilst the Post-Doctoral position is for one-year and both can be held in a relevant academic unit at the University of Ghana. The overall goal of the project is to improve the management of flood risks and enhance resilience in Accra’s readiness for future floods by developing an integrated climate smart flood management framework and catalysing evidence-based policy action.

 

Please click here for more details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Train-The-Trainer Workshop - (UGCES)

Starting June 20, 2018 - Ending June 20, 2019

The University of Ghana Centre for Evidence Synthesis (UGCES) is organizing a 5 day "train-the trainer" workshop titled Evidence Synthesis for Advancing Innovative Research and Evidence-based Policy from the 6th to the 10th of August, 2018.

 

Please click here for more details

Please click here for the application forms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Computer Training Programme For SHS & JHS Leavers

Starting June 13, 2018 - Ending January 1, 2019

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¢ 300

Date: 3rd July 2018 - 2nd August 2018

Venue:  UGCS Legon Campus, Accra

Time:  9.00 am – 12.00 noon

 

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

Invitation to Regional and National Skills Competition

Starting June 11, 2018 - Ending June 11, 2019
The Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training, is organising a Regional and National Skills Competition as part of efforts to promote skills development for industrialisation and job creation. In view of this, the Council has extended an invitation to the University of Ghana, and is inviting interested persons to compete in the programme. 
 
 
The Application Criteria are as follows: 
 
  1. The applicant must be below 25years. 
  2. Applicants must be Ghanaian. 
  3. A student may only enter and/ or compete with the consent and approval of his/her institution.  As such, applicants must submit the completed application form to the Office of Research, Innovation and Development for institutional approval.                                                                                                                                                  
  4. Applicants must refer to the attached Guidelines for Registration for more information on the application criteria and other relevant information. 
  5. Interested persons are to complete the attached Regional and National Competition Skills Registration Form and submit with a cover letter, either electronically to orid-tdtc@ug.edu.gh or in hard copy to the Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID), located at the Ground Floor of the LECIAD Building. 
  6. Completed application forms must be delivered to the addresses provided as soon as possible but not later than Wednesday, 12th June 2018, to allow for required approvals.                                                                                    
 
Please click the links below for the application form and guidelines 
 
 
 
 
 

Quantitative Methods for Impact Evaluation of Population, Health and Nutrition Programs Workshop (With STATA Practice) 9 July – 13 July 2018

Starting June 11, 2018 - Ending June 11, 2019

The School of Public Health invites all to a five-day workshop to provide intensive training on the concepts of impact evaluation and the tools and techniques for evaluating program impact.

Please click the links below for more information.

 

Please click here for the Application form

Please click here for more information

 

 

 

Invitation to the Launch of the Ghana Business Development Review (GBDR), Second Edition

Starting June 11, 2018 - Ending June 11, 2019

Members of the University Community are hereby invited to the launch of the “Ghana Business Development Review (GBDR), Second Edition” as follows:

Date: Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Time: 10:00 am

Venue: UGBS Graduate Building, off the Madina Highway, opposite the Goil Filling Station near PRESEC

Special Guest of Honour: Hon. Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, Minister for Business Development

Chairperson: Prof. Samuel Agyei-Mensah, Provost, College of Humanities

The GBDR is a research-based report on business development in Ghana, mainly at the micro-level. It seeks to provide regular reviews of developments and performance of businesses across various sectors of the economy and also provide an outlook with respect to investment and growth opportunities as well as policy direction.

The report is rapidly gaining acceptance by the business community as an important document and becoming another channel of impact on society by the Business school.

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Applications - International Workshop on Bayesian Data Analysis and Software Application.

Starting June 11, 2018 - Ending June 11, 2019

The School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Legon, invites applications to an International Workshop on Bayesian Data Analysis and Software Application.

The workshop aims to:

  1. Introduce participants smoothly into Bayesian statistical methods, from basic concepts to hierarchical models, model building and model evaluation
  2. Introduce students to applying Bayesian approach to modeling locally relevant public health challenges.

The workshop will be held from the 1st – 5th October 2018 at the School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Legon

Please click the banner below for more information on the workshop.

 

 

 

Call for Abstracts-3rd International Conference on Physical Activity, Sport and Health for Development in Africa (IC-PASHDA)

Starting June 4, 2018 - Ending June 4, 2019

The University community is hereby invited to the submit abstracts for the 3rd International Conference on Physical Activity, Sport and Health for Development in Africa(IC-PASHDA) on the theme:

“Inclusive and Innovative Physical Activity, Sport and Health Education for Sustainable Development in Africa”

Deadline for submission of abstracts: Sunday, June 24, 2018

Details of the conference are as follows;

Date: 19th-22nd September, 2018

Venue: University of Ghana, Legon

Website: www.ug.edu.gh/pashda/

Chairman: Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, Vice-Chancellor-UG

Speakers:  Professor Lauren Lieberman

                   Professor Vincent Onywera

                   Dr. Richmond Nii Okai Aryeetey

 

 

 

Invitation to Faculty Seminar - "Ghana Calls"

Starting June 4, 2018 - Ending June 4, 2019

Members of the University Community are hereby invited to a Faculty Seminar being organized by the Office of International Programmes in collaboration with the California State University.

Please click here for more information about the programme

 

 

 

Invitation to UG @ 70 Public Lecture - Department of Information Studies

Starting May 30, 2018 - Ending May 30, 2019

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION STUDIES

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

UG @ 70

INVITATION TO PUBLIC LECTURE

The Department of Information Studies invites the University community to a public lecture as part of activities to mark the 70th Anniversary celebrations of the University of Ghana.

Date  :        Friday 8 June, 2018

Time :        4.00 p.m.

Venue:        Department of Economics Conference Facility

 

Theme: Archives and the Public Good – 70 Years of University of Ghana’s Contribution to Unifying Ghanaian Cultures: The J.H. Kwabena Nketia Archives in Perspective

 

Speaker: Mrs. Judith Opoku-Boateng, Archivist, Institute of African Studies

 

National independence in many African countries has been followed by a cultural self-assessment. Many African heritage institutions as well as some institutions of learning, therefore, started undertaking research and documentation of their cultural traditions in the wake of and after independence.  The initiative taken by the University of Ghana to record, preserve, promote and disseminate knowledge of traditional music and related arts, is a remarkable achievement of the twentieth century.  Four years into the establishment of the University of Ghana (UG), the idea of unifying the nation through collecting and archiving Ghanaian musical resources was conceived by young Joseph Hanson Kwabena Nketia, a research fellow in African Studies at the Sociology Department of the University. Dr. Kofi Abrefa Busia embraced this initiative and generously supported the young Nketia with the necessary resources. The unique collection hosted by the Archives has brought new challenges and insights, not only to the music public, but also to scholars, researchers, educators and record managers in Ghana and beyond.

 

 

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

Starting May 23, 2018 - Ending May 23, 2019

The Department of Computer Science will like to remind the University Community that the Department is organizing Six Weeks Evening and Weekend I.T. programmes on various courses from 28th May, to 14th July, 2018.

 

Deadline for registration is May 26, 2018.

 

 

Please click here for the detailed courses and their fees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Papers - Classics and Global Humanities

Starting May 18, 2018 - Ending May 18, 2019

Call for Papers

Classics and Global Humanities

University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

 11-12 October, 2018

Keynote Speaker

      Prof. Barbara Goff, University of Reading, Reading, UK.

Studies have explored the cross-cultural engagement between Western civilisation and other cultures (Stephens and Vasunia 2010) as well as the legacy and reception of the Classics in the Arab world (Pormann 2015), India (Vasunia 2013), West Africa (Goff 2013; Goff and Simpson 2007) and recently, South Africa (Parker 2017). Classical reception studies thus continue to play a key role in bringing different parts of the world into greater dialogue with each other.

We invite abstracts for papers not only from Classics but also from other disciplines and sub-disciplines which explore ways in which reception studies is giving a new voice to classical research in West Africa, consider ways in which Classics in West Africa engages with the legacies of Egypt, Greece, and Rome or examine cross-cultural themes in both ancient and modern traditions. We also welcome papers which draw lessons from other parts of Africa and the world.

The conference sub-themes might include but are by no means limited to the following:

  • Africa in the Greek and Roman World
  • Art and architecture
  • Drama, theatre and literature
  • Ancient, Medieval and modern philosophy
  • Democracy, culture and globalisation
  • Politics, law, and public speaking
  • Gender, Slavery, and sexuality
  • Race, Ethnicity and Identity
  • Science and technology
  • Geography and Environment
  • Medicine and Health

Please send abstracts of no more than 300 words to CFPlegonclassics@mail.com by 30th June, 2018

 

Notification of acceptance: 31st July, 2018

Organising Committee

Martin Ajei, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

Olakunbi Olasope, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.

Peter Grant, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana.

Kofi Ackah, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.

 

 

 

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

Starting May 16, 2018 - Ending April 26, 2019

The Department of Computer Science will like to inform the University Community that the Department is organizing Six Weeks Evening and Weekend I.T. programmes on various courses from 28th May, to 14th July, 2018.

 

Deadline for registration is Wednesday, May 26, 2018.

 

 

Please click here for detailed courses to be offered.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Abstracts - 2nd Annual International Research Conference, University of Ghana

Starting May 15, 2018 - Ending May 15, 2019

Center for Ageing Studies

College of Humanities

University of Ghana

 

Call for Abstracts

2nd Annual International Research Conference, University of Ghana.

 

Date: 4th -  5th October, 2018

Time: 9am each day

Venue:  Great Hall, University of Ghana, Legon

 

Theme: “AGEING IN THE ERA OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY”

Subthemes:

Technology and active Ageing.

Health and Wellness

Psychosocial Dimensions on Ageing

Retirement.

Economic Demographic perspectives on Ageing

Spirituality/Religiosity and Ageing

Ageing Policy

Other related areas.

 

Abstract should be submitted to: ageingconference@ug.edu.gh / cfas@ug.edu.gh by Tuesday 31stJuly, 2018.

All abstracts must be maximum 250 words and contain the names and affiliations of all authors. Presenting Author’s name must be underlined.

For enquiries contact: cfas@ug.edu.gh/ageingconference@ug.edu.gh

 

 

 

 

 

School of Public Health Quantitative Methods For Impact Evaluation Of Population, Health And Nutrition Programs Workshop

Starting May 15, 2018 - Ending May 15, 2019

The University Of Ghana School of Public Health

Quantitative Methods For Impact Evaluation Of Population, Health And Nutrition Programs Workshop (With Stata Practice)

9 July – 13 July 2018

 

Workshop Objectives

This five-day workshop will provide intensive training on the concepts of impact evaluation and in the tools and techniques for evaluating program impact. The main workshop objectives are:

 · To understand the basic concepts of program impact evaluation

 · To define the impact evaluation questions and to examine the main issues to consider for answering those questions in a reliable way.

 · To review the main evaluation designs and estimation techniques used for evaluating program impact

 

Please click here for more information

Please click here for the application form

 

 

Notice to 2018 Post-First Degree LL.B Entrance Examination Candidates

Starting May 14, 2018 - Ending May 17, 2019

It has come to the notice of the University of Ghana School of Law that there was a miscommunication in the time for the commencement of the entrance examinations held on 10th May, 2018. Some applicants received messages which indicated the commencement time as 10:30 a.m instead of 10:00 a.m.

Any applicant who would want to write a fresh entrance examination is hereby invited to be present at the University of Ghana School Law Auditorium on Wednesday, 16th May, 2018.

The examination would start at 8:30 a.m prompt.

Applicants who avail themselves of the fresh examination should note that the papers to be written on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 would supersede those already written on Thursday, May 10, 2018.

For the avoidance of doubt, any applicant who is sure of his/her performance in the examinaion held on Thursday, May 10, 2018 need not participate.

Click here for the notice.

Call for Applications: African Career Accelerator Awards

Starting May 11, 2018 - Ending May 11, 2019

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

OFFICE OF RESEARCH, INNOVATION AND DEVELOPMENT (ORID)

    CALL FOR APPLICATIONS:

AFRICAN CAREER ACCELERATOR AWARDS

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID) is pleased to inform the university community that the Crick African Network has announced a Call for Applications for the African Career Accelerator Awards. The programme is supported by the UK Government’s Global Challenges Research Fund. The awards will provide fellowship support for African Post-Doctoral researchers whose interests are to transition to becoming independent researchers and aiming to launch their own research group. The awards further seek to invest in early-career researchers who have demonstrated strong scientific and leadership potential, as well as a commitment to continuing their research on the African continent.     

 

RESEARCH AREAS

Thematic areas of the research must focus on infectious diseases of poverty with emphasis on Tuberculosis, Malaria and HIV/AIDS, but also extending to neglected tropical diseases or non-communicable diseases. There exists opportunities for clinical research, however the possibility will have to be discussed specifically with potential supervisors/advisors and their institutions to confirm availability of resources to support the research.

 

NATURE OF AWARD

  • The fellowships will commence not later than 31st March, 2019 for a period of up to two (2) years.
  • Six (6) fellowships will be awarded with a value of up to approximately £130,000.
  • Award may include personal salary, visa costs and research expenses to implement the research.
  • The programme will be held in two locations: The Francis Crick Institute (‘the Crick’, UK) and at one of the five (5) African partner institutions: The University of Ghana (Ghana), Stellenbosch University (South Africa), University of Cape Town (South Africa), MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM (The Gambia) and MRC/UVRI and LSHTM Uganda Research Unit.
  • Fellows will spend at least six (6) months in each location and this can be accumulated into more than one (1) visit.

 

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants must be a citizen of one of the 55 African nations, as defined by the African Union.  Applicants must also have a PhD and have no more than six (6) years post-doctoral research experience (with allowances for legitimate career breaks) but more than 2 years post-doctoral experience unless the applicant has an outstanding track record, supported by publication and employment history.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

  • Having established eligibility, applicants will be invited to discuss their proposed research with suggested supervisors to refine research plans.
  • Eligible applicants will be provided with the link to the online application portal which opens on Wednesday 23rd May 2018
  • Successful applicants at the full application stage will be invited for interview to be held in September 2018.
  • The outcome of applications will be announced on 1st October 2018.

Interested applicants are to visit: https://www.crick.ac.uk/african-network/fellowships for more information on the application process.

Further enquiries on the fellowship may be directed to: gawandare@ug.edu.gh

 

DEADLINES

  • Submission of Expression of Interest form is due on 1st July, 2018
  • Submission of full application for eligible applicants is on 1st August, 2018

 

Please click here for the expression of interest form

 

 

 

Spring 2018 Regional Economic Outlook for Sub-Saharan Africa

Starting May 7, 2018 - Ending May 7, 2019

Spring 2018 Regional Economic Outlook for Sub-Saharan Africa

Domestic Revenue Mobilization and Private Investment (implications for Ghana)

 

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

10:00 a.m.-12:50 p.m.

 ISSER Conference Facility, University of Ghana, Legon

 

 

Sub-Saharan Africa is set to enjoy modest economic recovery, driven largely by a more supportive external environment. However, public debt and financial systems vulnerabilities are rising and medium-term per capita growth is expected to plateau at just 1 percent a year on average. Turning the current recovery into durable growth calls for domestic policies to reduce vulnerabilities and raise medium-term growth potential. Sustained fiscal discipline anchored in stronger domestic revenue mobilization to provide fiscal space for needed investments in physical and human capital and structural policies to reduce market distortions and foster private investment are all key elements of such a strategy to promote growth.

 

Presenters:     Papa M Bagnick N'Diaye, Division Chief, Regional Studies Division, AFR, International Monetary Fund (IMF)

 

Annalisa Fedelino, Mission Chief for Ghana, Assistant Director, AFR, IMF

 

Jesus Gonzalez-Garcia, Senior Economist, Regional Studies Division, AFR, IMF

 

Moderator:    Prof. Felix A. Asante, Director, ISSER, University of Ghana

 

Discussants:   Prof. Godfred A. Bokpin, Head, Department of Finance, University of Ghana Business School, University of Ghana

                       

Prof. Peter Quartey, Head, Department of Economics, University of Ghana

           

           

Program

 

10:00 a.m.    Registration

 

10:30 a.m.    Opening remarks

                     Natalia Koliadina, IMF Resident Representative

 

10:35 a.m.   Address by the Vice Chancellor

                     Prof. Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, Vice Chancellor, University of Ghana

 

10:45 a.m.    Regional Economic Outlook—Presentations:

                    

                     “Slow Recovery amid Growing Challenges”

                       Papa M Bagnick N'Diaye, Division Chief, Regional Studies Division

 

                     “Domestic Revenue Mobilization in Sub-Saharan Africa: Can More Be Done?”

                      Annalisa Fedelino, Mission Chief for Ghana

                    

                     “Private Investment to Rejuvenate Growth”

Jesus Gonzalez-Garcia, Senior Economist, Regional Studies Division

 

11:30 a.m.       Panel discussion

 

11:50 a.m.       Questions and answers

 

12:15 p.m.      Closing Remarks

                        Prof. Felix A. Asante, Director, ISSER

 

12:20 p.m.      Refreshments

 

 

Biographical Information

 

Annalisa Fedelino

Mission Chief for Ghana

Annalisa Fedelino has been working as a Mission Chief for Ghana since 2017. She is also a Division Chief of Western III division in AFR. Prior to joining AFR, she was the Mission Chief for Lebanon and Assistant Director at the Middle East and Central Asia Department. She also worked in the Budget Office and the Fiscal Affairs Department. A national of Italy, Ms. Fedelino has over twenty years of IMF experience. Ms. Fedelino holds PhD in economics from the European University Institute.

Papa M Bagnick N’Diaye

Division Chief

Papa N’Diaye is the Division Chief of the Regional Studies division. Prior to that he worked for the Strategy and Policy Review Department of the IMF. Mr. N’Diaye worked on China, Japan, and Malaysia. He studied at Sorbonne University, specializing in macroeconomics and econometrics, and taught macroeconomics to undergraduate students at Dauphine University. Mr. N’Diaye has numerous publications on monetary policy, asset prices, macroprudential policies, fiscal policy, and rebalancing growth in China.

 

Jesus Rodrigo Gonzalez-Garcia

Senior Economist. AFR

Jesus Gonzalez-Garcia is a senior economist in the Regional Studies Division, African Department, IMF. Previously, he was in the IMF's Western Hemisphere Department, where he worked as a desk economist for several Caribbean economies and the Dominican Republic. His research focuses on applied econometrics, including the identification of regime shifts in time series models, forecasting, models for inflation targeting, growth spells, and fiscal multipliers. Before joining the IMF, he worked for 15 years for the Mexican central bank. He holds PhD from the University of Warwick, the United Kingdom.

 

 

 

Call for Abstracts – 3rd Biennial Scientific Conference

Starting May 4, 2018 - Ending May 4, 2019

The College of Health Sciences in collaboration with H3 Africa and University of Ghana @70 present 3rd Biennial Scientific Conference.

Date: 26th – 28th September, 2018.

Theme: “Genetic, Hypertension, Diabetes and Herbal Remedies in  Kidney Diseases”.

Members of the University community are invited to submit abstracts for the conference. The abstracts should be sent to the email address: chsabstracts@ug.edu.gh from 16th April, 2018 to 13th July, 2018.

 

 

For more information please contact: 0543065223, 0244378458, 0243643507.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice of Short Course – Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science

Starting May 4, 2018 - Ending May 4, 2019

The Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science will like to inform the University Community that the Department will be organizing a short course in Survey Methods, Data Management and Analysis for Business and Industry Professionals from 4th June to 8th June, 2018.

 

 

 

 

Kindly click the links below for the detailed information on the short course.

 

Survey Methods, Data Management and Analysis for Business and Industry Professionals

Content and delivery schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UG Ghana Muslim Students Association - 29th Annual Week Celebration

Starting April 27, 2018 - Ending April 27, 2019

Ghana Muslim Students Association – University of Ghana

29th Annual Week Celebrations

Dates: 28th April 2018 – 5th May 2018

Programme Outline:

Date

Activity

Venue

Time

Saturday 28th April 2018

Clean Up Exercise

Central Mosque – UG

6:00 am

Sunday 29th April 2018

GMSA games

Sarbah Football Park

6: 00 am

Monday, 30th April 2018

Outreach and Dawah Storm

Accra

8:00 am

Tuesday 1st May 2018

Identity Day

Central Mosque

8:00 pm

Wednesday 2nd May 2018

Commonwealth Islamic Dialogue

UG Basketball Court

8:00 pm

Thursday 3rd May 2018

Sunnah Fasting and Grand Iftar

Central Mosque

8:00 pm

Friday 4th May 2018

Preparation of Muslim Students for the corporate world

Great Hall

3:30 pm

 

 

 

 

Contact Rauf - yusfary.37@gmail.com or Shaibu mshaibu002@st.ug.edu.gh for more details

 

 

 

 

Call for Applications - Effective Project Planning and Evaluation (EPPE) in Health Research Course

Starting April 25, 2018 - Ending April 25, 2019

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The African Regional Training Center supported by WHO/TDR is pleased to invite applications from suitably qualified and highly motivated individuals to apply for the Effective Project Planning and Evaluation (EPPE) in Health Research Course, from the 17th to 20th July, 2018 at the University of Ghana School of Public Health.

 

About EPPE

The Effective Project Planning and Evaluation course was developed by WHO/TDR Research Capacity Strengthening unit and has been pilot tested in Nigeria, Tanzania, etc. Over the years, Centro Internacional de Entrenamiento e Investigaciones Médicas (CIDEIM), Cali, Colombia, which is the Regional Training Center in the Americas, has institutionalized the EPPE methodology and promoted its dissemination to research and academic centers in Colombia, Latin America and the Caribbean. This year, the African Regional Training Centre, in collaboration with CIDEIM will be offering the EPPE course in Ghana to establish local capacity for continuing the dissemination of the EPPE methodology in Africa.

 

The EPPE course seeks to strengthen the skills of investigators and health professionals in the areas of planning, organizing, managing and evaluating their research projects, thereby ensuring successful implementation, effective collaborations and increased competitiveness for international funding. In order to achieve these expected goals, the EPPE course adopts a practical approach to teaching, where participating groups apply the EPPE methodology to their own projects. Course participants define the purpose and scope of their project, develop a work plan and establish parameters for communication, which facilitate the implementation as well as M&E.

 

Rationale

The course aims to provide health researchers and project managers with simple tools to help them best organize and manage their projects. Here participants work in groups on

their own projects during 80% of the course time. They follow a step-by-step approach and key project planning and evaluation steps to their project.

 

Course Objectives

After completing the course, participants will be able to:

1. Clearly define the project

2. Identify specific measurable objectives

3. Develop a realistic work plan to reach the objectives (including activities to be completed, timelines and responsible persons, budget etc.)

4. Define the project team members, their experience and detailed responsibilities

5. Develop a structure for teamwork allowing for effective communication and project implementation,

 

Course Content

The course is made up of 5 modules

1. Good Research Practices

2. Value of planning

3. Defining purpose and scope

4. Planning

5. Implementing/Evaluation

Faculty

The course will be taught by seasoned and experienced facilitators from Kenya.

 

Eligibility

The workshop targets health researchers and project management teams who have project proposals.

 

Application Procedure and Guidance

Application forms can be obtained from the How to Apply page on the African Regional Training Centre website. http://publichealth.ug.edu.gh/artc/

Persons who wish to take part in this course should submit their application forms to artc@ug.edu.gh and the SUBJECT of the email should be EPPE APPLICATION JULY 2018

Applicants must submit the following:

1. Completed Application form

2. Most recent C.V

3. A short write up on their project.

 

Deadline

* The Deadline for the submission of application forms is 30th April 2018, 5pm (GMT)

* Notification to successful applicants is on the 31st May 2018.

* Acceptance letters by applicants should be received latest by 7th June 2018

 

For more information, please contact: * Email: artc@ug.edu.gh

Website: http://publichealth.ug.edu.gh/artc/

* Contact: 0549273547

 

 

 

 

Announcement of Short Courses 2018 - ISSER

Starting April 25, 2018 - Ending April 25, 2019

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 students, etc.

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

 

Please click here for more information on the courses

 

The 2018 Kofi Awoonor Literary Prize Competition

Starting April 24, 2018 - Ending April 24, 2019

The Department of English, University of Ghana, under the sponsorship of the Kofi Awoonor Family, Friends and Chief Dele Momodu of Ovation International magazine, announces the Second Edition of The Kofi Awoonor Literary Prize. The biennial competition initially alternates between significant collections of Poetry, Prose and Essay, the three literary genres in which Professor Awoonor distinguished himself.

ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible to win the Prize, a person must be an African and a currently registered student of the University of Ghana or must have graduated within the past ten (10) years (2008-2017).

ENTRIES

The Second Edition of the competition is dedicated to Prose Fiction. Each participant must submit four (4) copies of a full-length Novel or Collection of Short Stories, published (from 2008 to 2017), or unpublished. Unpublished works must be typed, double spaced and in Times New Roman 12 point font size.

 

SUBMISSION

Published works and hard copies of unpublished works (in Microsoft word format, printed on one side of A4 sheets and soft-bound) should be submitted in person or under registered cover to:

 

The Coordinator

The Kofi Awoonor Literary Prize Committee

The Department of English

P.O. Box LG 129

University of Ghana, Legon

 

In addition to hard copies of unpublished works, soft copies should be sent to the following email address: awoonorliterarycontest@gmail.com

 

DEADLINE

The deadline for the submission of manuscripts is July15, 2018.

 

THE PRIZES

There will be one major prize of GHȻ5000 and two consolation prizes of GHȻ1000 and GHȻ750, respectively.

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF WINNERS

The Winners will be announced on September 21, 2018, which marks the 5th anniversary of Professor Awoonor’s passing.

 

 

 

Call for Applications: 5th Session: Leading Globally Engaged Universities Programme

Starting April 24, 2018 - Ending April 24, 2019

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID) wishes to inform the University community that the International Association of Universities (IAU) is inviting applications from higher education leaders/representatives to participate in the 5th session of the Leading Globally Engaged Universities (LGEU) Programme. This programme will take place at McMaster University, Canada.

 

PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAMME

The LGEU Programme aims at bringing together an international cohort of university representatives to recognize and address local and regional opportunities and constraints. About 15-20 senior Higher Education representatives in leadership positions from all over the world will be engaged on debates about strategic leadership issues in Higher Education(HE). The programme would also discuss structured peer-learning exercises that underline unique aspects of working in an inter-cultural and globalized context. Each LGEU session also offers a unique opportunity to learn about the local higher education system and opportunity to work with colleagues from different institutions and countries.

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

All higher Education leaders or representatives are welcome to apply.

 

FUNDING AMOUNT AND DURATION

This programme is sponsored by the IAU.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS

Members of the University community interested in applying should do so at: https://goo.gl/forms/rSFgaTJmk4DQMNjd2. Please address your questions and/ or concerns to Juliet Becker directly by email at: j.becker@iau-aiu.net .

 

 

June 2018 PADA Doctoral Schools

Starting April 24, 2018 - Ending April 24, 2019

Members of the University community are hereby informed that applications are open for the June 2018 PADA Doctoral Schools for PhD students

Doctoral School 1: 11th - 15th June 2018

Doctoral School 2: 18th - 22nd June 2018

 

Deadline for Applications is 10th May 2018

Go to www.pada.ug.edu.gh to apply."

 
 
 

Call for Applications - The Rockefeller Foundation Academic Writing Residency Programme

Starting April 23, 2018 - Ending April 23, 2019

 

BACKGROUND

The International Association of Universities (Building a Worldwide Higher Education Community) is happy to announce that applications are open for UG faculty to apply to the Rockefeller Bellagio Academic Residency Programme taking place at the Bellagio Centre. The Bellagio Centre is located in Northern Italy on the shores of Lake Como in Bellagio.  This residency programme is for university and think tank-based academics, researchers, professors, and scientists working in any discipline.

 

PURPOSE OF THE SCHEME

The Center has a strong interest in proposals that align with The Rockefeller Foundation’s efforts to promote the well-being of humanity. Particularly through issues that have a direct impact on the lives of poor and vulnerable populations around the world. These issues include but are not limited to health, economic opportunity, urban resilience, as well as food and agriculture.

Currently, the Center has a heightened focus on enabling individuals and organizations that are shaping, thinking, and catalyzing action around the Foundation’s strategic goals. The organization convenes prominent experts, influencers, and other key stakeholders to advance knowledge, form new partnerships, financial commitments, and initiatives that support these goals thus enabling the Bellagio Center to advance the mission of the Foundation as a complement to its grant-making efforts.

 

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS

Applications can be made at: https://iau-aiu.net/Last-chance-to-register-for-LGEU-5-Canada  OR https://bellagiocenter.fluidreview.com/acc/r/. Application support can be received at Bellagio_res@iie.org.

 

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION

The application period for this Academic Writing Residency programme is from March 1, 2018, with a deadline of May 1, 2018 for residencies in 2019. Expected decision time is in September of the same year.

 

Please click the links below to find out eligibility requirements and other application information.

 

Application Requirements

Guidelines to Compiling the Application Dossier

 

 

 

 

 

Shortlisted Applicants Eligible to take the 2018 Post First Degree LL.B Selection Entrance Examinations

Starting April 16, 2018 - Ending April 16, 2019

The following named applicants have been shortlisted as qualified to take the 2018 Post-First Degree LL.B Selection Entrance Examination of the University of Ghana School of Law, University of Ghana, Legon.

 

Date: Thursday 10th May 2018.     Time: 10:00am

Venue: Old “N” Block and New ‘N’ Block, University of Ghana, Legon.

 

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

Entrance Examination Fee payable by Applicants (Ghanaian and International):

One Hundred And Eighty Ghana Cedis (GHȻ180.00)

 

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 examination hall.

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

Call for Papers - 16th GLOBELICS International Conference

Starting April 16, 2018 - Ending April 16, 2019

The Global Network for Economics of Learning, Innovation and Competence Building Systems (GLOBELICS is pleased to announce the call for papers for the 16th GLOBELICS International Conference on the theme: Innovation, Economic Growth and Sustainable Development: Strengthening Institutions for Greater Relevance, Effectiveness and inclusivity.

GLOBELICS is an international network of stake-holders in Science Technology and Innovation (STI). Annually, members and non-members of the Network meet in a chosen city to deliberate on issues of innovation and development

Deadline: Saturday, 21st April 2018

 

Details of the Conference can be found in the attached flyer.

 

 

Call for Applications - Student Innovation Challenge (STIC)

Starting April 12, 2018 - Ending April 12, 2019

Call for Applications - Student Innovation Challenge (STIC)

The Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IAST) under the College of Basic and Applied Sciences of the University of Ghana serves as a platform for the transfer of knowledge, technology and innovation developed at the University of Ghana to Industry, the University community and the Nation. One of the important objectives of the Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IAST) is to organize events to showcase technologies developed from departments/units of the University of Ghana. As part of its strategy to achieve this objective, as well as provide an activity to mark the 70th Anniversary of the University of Ghana, the Institute of Applied Science and Technology is organizing a Student Innovation Challenge (STIC).

The STIC is to bring out the innovative and creative abilities in students and to encourage participation in the application of acquired knowledge, skills and abilities to solve problems pertaining to industry.

AIMS OF STUDENT INNOVATION CHALLENGE (STIC)

a. To Empower potential students to create innovative solutions to problems existing within the University community, local industries and the Country through the application of knowledge and skills gained in their areas of study. b. To Create a network between experts in different fields of industry and students and to encourage the mentoring of student innovators.

c. To Foster teamwork among students across the different disciplines of the University through collaboration.

d. To Encourage students to develop the enthusiasm and skills of entrepreneurship as a solution to unemployment.

The Student Innovation Challenge (STIC) will strictly be opened to both undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Ghana to showcase ideas or developed solutions to address problems existing in industry through innovative technology in the following areas:

❖ Health

❖ Sanitation

❖ Education

❖ Agriculture e.g food processing, food packaging etc

❖ Energy

❖ Engineering e.g , automobile design

 

RULES OF THE CHALLENGE

Eligibility

The challenge is strictly opened to both undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Ghana. Students may enter as a group of not more than three (3) or as individuals. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply.

Ideas or solutions of applicant(s) should:

● Meet specific needs/problems and be locally-driven

● Demonstrate innovation and creativity

● Express economic, social or environmental benefits

 

Entry requirement

Team/Individual

● Each team/individual is required to upload a maximum of two (2) page proposal during the application

● Each team/individual must have a unique name and also provide Student(s) ID number(s)

● Each team/individual should focus on only one particular area of the competition

Proposals must:

● Be original, innovative and feasible.

● Indicate the area of interest.

● Describe in detail how innovative, the idea or solution is (can be accompanied by an illustration).

● Describe a target market for the innovative idea or solution.

● Identify resources to be utilized (both local and foreign).

● Describe how the idea will impact on Industry socially, environmentally and/or economically. By submitting a proposal, the team/individual agrees that: ● The applicant(s) is the creator of the idea/solution. ● The applicant(s) own some rights to the idea/solution. ● The submission does not infringe upon or violate the intellectual property, privacy, or other rights of any third party.

 

Criteria for Winner Selection

Initial selection

Initial selection of proposals would be conducted to select qualified applicants to enter the challenge. Selected applicants would be notified via phone call or e-mails in the first week of July 2018. Successful applicants would be posted on the Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IAST) website and social media pages and on the University of Ghana website.

Selection of winner

The winner of the challenge would be decided by a panel of judges. An award ceremony would be held in October 2018 to crown the winning team of the challenge. The winner shall be entitled to a prize of GHC 5,000.00 and would be linked to industries/organizations for the implementation of the idea or solution.

 

Entry period and application

Applications to the challenge is opened from 16th April 2018 (00:00 GMT) – 5th June 2018 (00:00 GMT). Interested students are required to apply online by clicking here.

For further enquires kindly contact 0207087741 or 0244793703 or visit our website at https://www.ug.edu.gh/iast. Our offices are located at the D1 Chemistry Building opposite the UG Recreational Quadrangle - University of Ghana.

 

Disclaimer and Force Majeure

The Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IAST) is not responsible for: ● Typographical errors in any document submitted that may lead to miscommunication ● Lost, misdirected, illegible, incomplete, or delayed proposals

● Any cause beyond the Institute’s control, making it inadvisable, illegal, impossible, or impractical to continue the challenge.



 

Please click here for a publicity poster

 

 

 

 

ISSER - Announcement of Short Courses 2018

Starting April 9, 2018 - Ending April 9, 2019

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 developmental problems

The course is ideal for those whose work demands practical research skills, or who want to gain a firmer understanding of research. This would include persons working in the corporate world, in the public sector and in research consultancies.

 

Please click here for fuller details

 

 

 

Request for applications - Early Career research and training award for non-Canadians

Starting April 9, 2018 - Ending April 9, 2019

Dear all,

Please click below to access a call for applications for the Early Career research and training award for non-Canadians.

 

Please click here for the call

 

 

 

Call for Abstracts - 6th International Climate Change & Population Conference on Africa (CCPOP-GHANA 2018)

Starting April 4, 2018 - Ending April 4, 2019

The Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS) is pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for the 6th International Climate Change & Population Conference on Africa (CCPOP-GHANA 2018) under the theme “The Future We Do Not want”.

 

Please click here for a copy of the call

 

Deadline for submission of abstracts: 18th May, 2018 

Conference Date: 23rd – 25th July, 2018 

Venue: Accra

 

Please follow link to submit abstract: www.ccpopghana.org

 

 

 

Call for Applications - Reproductive Health Leadership Course University of Ghana School of Public Health

Starting March 29, 2018 - Ending March 29, 2019

University of Ghana School of Public Health Long term Institutional Development is pleased to invite suitably qualified candidates to apply for a place in a Reproductive Health Leadership Course from the 14th to the 18th of May, 2018.

The five (5) day course aims at building capacity and strengthening leadership skills among reproductive health practitioners.

Participants will be treated to interesting didactic lectures, interactive sessions, group exercises, case studies, presentations, round table and plenary discussions.

Facilitators/Resource Personnel:

Facilitators would be faculty from the University of Ghana School of Public Health, College of Health Sciences, Legon, Accra.

 

Eligibility

Mid-to-Senior-level Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) Practitioners from

  • Governmental and Non-governmental organizations.
  • International Organizations.
  • UN Agencies including WHO

 

Fees

  • Tuition is free for all participants.
  • This is a non-residential course.
  • Prospective applicants from Ghana would have to pay a registration fee of Ghc 250.

 

Course Objectives:

  • To introduce participants to Public Health leadership principles and functions.
  • To develop leadership capacity among Reproductive Health (RH) professionals.
  • To create a critical pool of leaders to champion the Reproductive Health agenda towards the achievement of local, regional and global goals.

At the end of the course, participants will

  • have a clear understanding of Public Health leadership principles and functions
  • understand the importance of leadership in achieving local, regional and global Reproductive Health goals.
  • understand the elements of effective reproductive health leadership in the context of evolving global health challenges.
  • be equipped to function and advocate for Reproductive Health in leadership roles.

*Please note that participant evaluation would be based on active participation.

 

Resources

  • Training manual including handouts, presentation slides, assignments, Instructors guide and Instructions for Icebreaker activities and group activities will be provided.
  •  Materials will be provided electronically as well on pen drives.

 

Certification

  • Certificates will be awarded to participants who successfully complete the course.

 

How to Apply

Participants should download and fill the application form provided and send their applications directly to wholid-hubgh@oulook.com.

 

Deadlines

  • Deadline for applications

30th  April, 2018

  • Feedback to applicants  

  3rd  May, 2018

  • Acceptance by participants

7th May, 2018

 

 

Please click here for the application form

 

 

 

Invitation to Workshop on Computational Modeling

Starting March 26, 2018 - Ending March 26, 2019

 

 

EXTENSION OF DEADLINE: Call for Applications: Commonwealth Masters’ Scholarships at the University of Malta

Starting March 23, 2018 - Ending March 23, 2019
 
The University of Ghana has been invited to make two (2) nominations for the Commonwealth Master’s Scholarships at the University of Malta. The Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID) is therefore pleased to invite applications for nominations from suitably qualified individuals for Masters’ Scholarships at the University of Malta for courses beginning in September 2018.
 
 
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
·         Applicants must be Ghanaian nationals and residing in Ghana
 
·         Applicants must meet the entry requirements of the University of Malta.  Refer to the attached documents for detailed information on eligibility.
 
 
APPLICATION PROCESS
 
Step 1:  Eligible applicants must submit to ORID a completed and signed Application Form with the following:
 
o   Research Proposal
o   A copy of first degree certificate and transcript;
o   A copy of high school certificate;
o   A copy of biodata page of passport/national ID card;
o   Three letters of reference.
 
Step 2: Shortlisted applicants shall be invited to attend a selection interview at ORID. Only nominated applicants will be submitted to the Association of Commonwealth Universities for final selection.
 
Applications must be submitted both in hard and soft copies.
Hard copies of applications must be submitted to the ORID Secretariat located on the Ground Floor of the LECIAD Building. Electronic copies must be submitted via email to orid@ug.edu.gh.
 
INSTITUTIONAL DEADLINES
 
Submission of applications to ORID: 5.00pm on Wednesday 28th March, 2018.
 
Submission of nominations to the ACU: Monday 9th April, 2018
 
NB: Please refer to the documents below for further information on the scholarship.
 

For further information, please email orid@ug.edu.gh

 

Commonwealth Master's Scholarships for Students from Ghana and Nigeria

Available courses at University of Malta

Application form

 

 

 

 

 

 

Invitation to Public Seminar Series - School of Nursing and Midwifery

Starting March 21, 2018 - Ending March 21, 2019

The School of Nursing and Midwifery invites you to its second Public Seminar as follows:

 

Date: Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Venue: R.S. Amegashie Auditorium, UGBS

Time: 1:00 pm prompt

Chairperson: Prof. Jennifer Welbeck, former Dean, School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Ghana

 

All are cordially invited

 

 

TOPIC 1:  Unveiling Midwives' Experiences of Newborn Health in Rural Birth Spaces in Southern Ghana - Dr. Mary Ani-Amponsah (PhD, MPhil, FFGCNM, FWACN, BA, RN, Neonatal Health)

Midwives’ experiences of newborn care in rural communities have been minimally explored over the past two decades globally in spite of their rich experiences as frontline health workers in maternal and newborn health. In Ghana, the slow decline of neonatal mortality is shaped by inequitable health coverage, lapses in health care delivery, weak community engagement strategies and policy implementation challenges. Understanding the dynamic contextual factors that impact rural newborn health care delivery is critical to meeting the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.2 - i.e. reducing neonatal mortality to at least 12 per 1000 live births. The aim of this study was to explore and unveil the experiences of midwives involved with newborn health care in rural birth settings, Southern Ghana. Interpretive phenomenology that incorporates Heideggerian and African philosophy were used to explore the meanings embedded in the experiences of thirteen midwives who volunteered to participate in the study. Emerging themes were synthesized from the verbal transcripts, field notes, reflective journal and commentaries from two independent reviewers to produce rich narratives of the midwives’ embodied experiences. The study findings establish that maternal and neonatal care are delivered in health facilities, domiciliary settings and unpredictable spaces in rural communities where silent suffering occur. The knowledge generated in the study serves as basis for setting newborn health care delivery priorities, scaling up research-informed interventions, and refining policies to improve newborn health care delivery and midwifery practice in rural settings within Ghana.  

 

 

TOPIC 2:  “The Mother Beyond Delivery”: The Midwife and Maternal Mental Health- Dr. Samuel Adjorlolo (PhD, MPhil, MSc, BA, RN)

Mental illness is a major contributor to maternal morbidity and mortality, globally. Health professionals, specifically midwives’  have significant roles to play in reducing maternal mortality to less than 70 per 100,000 live births by 2030, particularly in developing and resource constraint countries, as envisioned by the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3. Consequently, following a systematic and integrated literature review, this presentation critically examines midwives involvement in promoting maternal mental health, such as identifying women at risk, assessing and referring women appropriately in Ghana and beyond. Also, in view of calls to integrate mental health into general maternal health care, the presentation examines how midwives’ can be empowered, taking into consideration sociocultural dynamics and mental illness, to screen and deliver evidenced-based, low-cost interventions through routine maternal health and reproductive care services, or make appropriate psychiatric care referrals. Midwives’ are highly skilled in developing relationships with childbearing women and their families, a privileged position that affords a unique opportunity to enhance and promote maternal mental health to contribute to the attainment of SDG 3.

 

 

Biography of Dr. Mary Ani-Amponsah

Dr. Mary Ani-Amponsah is a Lecturer at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, College of Health Sciences, University of Ghana. Mary holds a PhD Nursing degree from the University of Alberta, Canada. Her research interest is focused on improving neonatal survival strategies in rural and resource-limited communities using family and multi-stakeholder engagement approaches. Mary is the Country Representative for Council of International Neonatal Nurses – http://coinnurses.org/ghana/ and the Faculty Chair of Neonatal Intensive Nursing at the Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives (GCNM).  Mary is the 2018/2019 Faculty Advisor for the Sigma Theta Tau International and Johnson & Johnson Collaborative African Project in the Maternal/Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy (MCHNLA). Mary holds a life time honorary membership with the Golden Key Society and International Scholar Laureate programme.

 

 

Biography of Dr. Samuel Adjorlolo

Dr. Samuel Adjorlolo is a lecturer in the Department of Mental Health Nursing, University of Ghana. He holds a PhD in Applied Social Sciences, specializing in forensic clinical psychology, from the City University of Hong Kong. Prior to this, he graduated from the University of Ghana where he received Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Nursing and Psychology, and Clinical Psychology, respectively. He also received a Master of Science degree in Telemedicine and e-health from the UiT-Arctic University of Norway. He has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals, and book chapters published by renowned publishers such as Routledge. Dr. Adjorlolo has presented his research works at international conferences across the globe. He has received several honors and awards, including the prestigious Chow Yei Ching School of Graduate Studies and research tuition scholarships by City University of Hong Kong, and Emerging Psychologist by International Congress of Psychology.

 

 

 

 

UGCS Open House and Panel Discussion as part of UG @ 70 Celebrations

Starting March 20, 2018 - Ending March 20, 2019

As part of the University of Ghana’s 70th anniversary celebrations, the University of Ghana Computing Systems(UGCS) is organizing a one-day programme to highlight its activities and functionalities. Members of the community are invited to be part of this programme as follows:

Date: Thursday 22nd March, 2018

Time: 9:00 am

Venue: Department of Economics, Conference Facility

All are cordially invited

 

Please click here to view the event banner

Please click here to view the programme for the event

 

 

 

Vice Chancellors Ghana - Higher Education Conference in Ghana

Starting March 20, 2018 - Ending March 20, 2019

Vice Chancellors Ghana

Higher Education Conference in Ghana

 

Theme: Funding Public Universities in Africa – The New Paradigm

Date: 5th – 6th April 2018

Venue: ISSER Conference Hall, University of Ghana, Legon

Special Guest of Honour: H.E. President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo

 

 

 

Call for Proposal: African Educational Research Network

Starting March 16, 2018 - Ending March 16, 2019

The African Educational Research Network (AERN) proudly invites you to participate in its 2018 BI-ANNUAL SUMMIT at The University of Ghana-Legon, in Accra, Ghana, June 25-28, 2018.  We are accepting proposals for concurrent Panel (Research paper, scholarly paper, research in progress, reflective practice), workshop, roundtable, as well as virtual and poster presentations that examine current issues, scholarship, and debates in all areas related to Africa and the African diaspora. Professional/scholars, students, practitioners, and retired individuals from any discipline are all invited to participate.

The theme of the Summit is:

EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA”

 Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Education and Development on Africa
  • Research and Scholarship on Africa
  • Africa and the African Diaspora
  • Reflective Practices on Africa
  • Culture, Language, and Literacy in Africa
  • STEM, STEM education, and Development in Africa
  • Politics, Public Policy, and Development in Africa
  • Justice, Democracy, Human Rights, and Development in Africa
  • Environment, Sustainability, and Development in Africa

 SESSION TYPES

  1. Concurrent Panel: A concurrent panel features a maximum of three individual oral presentations, grouped under a particular conference topic. Each presentation is limited to 15-20 minutes, and an additional 5-10 minutes for question and answer (Q&A) or group discussion. Presenters are encouraged to include visual aids such as paper handouts, computer slides, or digital displays that might enhance their oral presentation. Concurrent panels may last up to 90 minutes.

A presentation in a concurrent panel can be a:

1.1.Research paper: Presentation of findings from an empirical research study. An empirical study should clearly include a problem statement or justification, stated research questions, theoretical or conceptual framework, population and sample, data collection procedures, analytic approach, findings, conclusion, and references.

1.2.Scholarly paper: A research presentation from secondary data analysis, literature review, or conceptual framework. A scholarly paper should include an introduction, a thesis or a purpose statement, theoretical or conceptual framework, data sources and analytical procedures, key findings or arguments, conclusion, and references.

1.3.Research in progress: Presentation based on an ongoing research project or study. A research in progress presentation should at least include a problem statement or justification, stated research questions, and any additional information related to the current and future states of the study.

1.4.Reflective practice: Presentation based on a reflective practice by a scholar, a scholar-practitioner, or a practitioner. A reflective practice paper should include an introduction, a thesis or a purpose statement, a context, a framework guiding the reflection, key reflective assertions or considerations, or arguments, conclusion, and references.

  1. Workshop: A workshop is intended for teaching to participants a new skill, techniques or proficiencies on a particular topic or subject.  A workshop should include practical applications and should take advantage of participatory teaching strategies. A workshop may last up to 90 minutes.
  2. Roundtable: A roundtable is envisioned to allow time and space for an informed discussion and/or debate on a topic or an issue. A roundtable should include at least three presenters, including a selected chair facilitating the discussions. A roundtable may last up to 60 minutes.
  3. Virtual Presentation: A virtual presentation is for an individual who is unable to attend the conference in person to present using an online platform. A virtual presentation may part of a concurrent panel, a roundtable, or as a stand-alone session. One-day summit registration is required.
  4. Poster Presentation: A poster presentation highlights preliminary results of work-in-progress by way of visual display. It could also highlight projects that lend themselves to visual displays and representations. Although displays typically include posters (maximum 4’ x 6’), other forms of display such as digital/computer-based, and artwork are welcome. Each display should feature a concise description of the purpose and procedures of the work. Presenters are encouraged to share handouts that might clarify or expand on the contents of the poster. Presenters are solely responsible for organizing their display materials and doing so in accordance with the space designations of the conference. The session featuring poster presentations is 60 minutes in length.

FINAL SUBMISSION DEADLINE: March 30, 2018

 

Please, upload the "SUMMIT PROPOSAL FORM" on your computer, complete, and submit through EasyChair.

Click on SUBMIT A PROPOSAL to be redirected to EasyChair.

At EasyChair, you will be prompted to create an account. 

Once you have a "username" and a "password", you will be able to log in, and submit your  " SUMMIT PROPOSAL FORM".

Proposals will be reviewed on the basis of the following criteria:

  • The originality of the proposed presentation
  • Clarity of content for the proposed presentation
  • Applicability to the conference theme
  • Relevance to both U.S. and international audiences

The AERN will publish a digital Summit Proceedings. If you would like your paper to be included in the Proceedings, please consider submitting it by April 30, 2018. Please, follow carefully the guidelines.

Conditions for Inclusion: Only authors who actually register for the conference are eligible to submit a paper to the Proceedings.

Deadline: All submissions must be made by 5:00 pm PST, April 30, 2018. Submissions after that date will NOT be considered.

Publication format: The Summit Proceedings will be published online.

The Program Committee will review only complete proposals. Incomplete proposals will be automatically rejected.  All proposals must be in English and submitted online. We are unable to accept proposals sent by email, hard copy, or fax.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCEPTANCE

The final deadline for proposal submission is March 30, 2018. Proposals will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until March 30, 2018.



REGISTRATION

If your proposal is accepted, the conference pre-registration MUST be paid as soon as possible thereafter or by April 1, 2018. Payment of the pre-registration fee will result in a final acceptance. Only those participants who are pre-registered by April 1 2018, and receive a notification of final acceptance will be published in the program.



LETTERS OF INVITATION

Upon confirmation of your registration, AERN will provide a letter of invitation to assist individuals in need of visas or securing funding. 

Live Streaming of 2018 Aggrey-Fraser-Guggisberg Memorial Lectures

Starting March 15, 2018 - Ending March 15, 2019

Members of the University community are informed that the 2018 Aggrey-Fraser-Guggisberg Memorial Lectures will be streamed live on our YouTube channel.

Please click the links below to access the streams

 

Day 1

March 15, 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_gwloT8oAw

 

 

Day 2

March 16, 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K36JQRMqHkE&feature=youtu.be

 

 

 

 

Call for Applications for Postdoctoral Fellowships

Starting March 8, 2018 - Ending March 8, 2019

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development is pleased to invite applications from suitably qualified, and highly motivated individuals to apply for Postdoctoral Research Fellowships under the BSU Phase III programme.

 

 

 

 

Please click the links below for:

I.   further details

ii.   Application forms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Short Course On Social Marketing of Reproductive Health Products and Services

Starting February 23, 2018 - Ending February 23, 2019

The University of Ghana School of Public Health in collaboration with the Centre of Excellence for Reproductive Health Innovation (CERHI) of the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria is organizing a short course in Social Marketing of Reproductive Health Products and Services.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  1. Understand and apply basic concepts in public health social marketing, with specific reference to reproductive health
  2. Explain what Total Market Approach (TMA) is and how to develop TMA
  3. Understand and apply Social Franchising to expand the delivery of RH products and services
  4. Design, implement and evaluate social marketing interventions in reproductive health

 

TARGET PARTICIPANTS

This course is open to public health professionals in government and quasi-government bodies, international agencies/donors, local and international NGOs, public health consultants, and health professionals engaged in health promotion.

 

DATE

The course is scheduled to take place from 19th -23rd March, 2018 (9:00 am-5:00 pm daily)

 

VENUE: University of Ghana School of Public Health

 

COST

Registration fee of GHS 200 to cover course materials will be charged. Participants will be provided with free tuition, lunch and snack breaks.

 

FACILITATORS: The course faculty include Professor Augustine Ankomah and Professor Kwasi Torpey, both of whom have considerable experience in public health social marketing having worked for several years for Population Services International and FHI 360 respectively.

 

CERTIFICATION

A certificate of attendance will be awarded to all who successfully complete the training.

 

REGISTRATION

Interested participants should send their details to pfrhdepartment@yahoo.com by Thursday 8 March 2018. You are requested to provide the following information:

 

  1. Full name
  2. Profession
  3. Place of work
  4. Contact details- telephone and email

 

Call for Proposals: University of Ghana Research Fund

Starting February 21, 2018 - Ending February 21, 2019
 
The Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID) is pleased to announce the 11th Call for Proposals for UG Research Grants with support from the University of Ghana Research Fund (UGRF).  The following grant categories are available:  
 
  • EARLY CAREER GRANTS (up to GHC 7,500);
  • MID-CAREER GRANTS (up to GHC 40,000); and
  • MULTI-DISCIPLINARY GRANTS (up to GHC 120,000).
 
APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Grant applications must be made via the UG-InfoEd Online Application System at: grant.ug.edu.gh 
Please take note that you are required to log in using your UG email address and password (e.g. maakaaabah without the @ug.edu.gh)
 
To facilitate the application process, please find attached the UGRF Grant Application Guide and UGRF Budget Guidance Notes to aid you as you put together your application. Kindly take note that paper submissions will not be accepted.
 
FURTHER DETAILS:
The following documents are required to be downloaded, completed and uploaded as part of the grant application:
 
  1. UGRF Work/Implementation Plan Template (11th Call)
  2. UGRF Equipment Profile Form (11th Call)
  3. UGRF Ethical Clearance Assurance Form
  4. UGRF Budget Justification Form (11th Call)
 
Full details of this call for proposals is available on the ORID website at http://orid.ug.edu.gh/university-ghana-research-fund-ugrf-11th-call-proposals.
 
 
DEADLINE:
The Online Research Grant Application System will be available until 11:59 PM ON MONDAY 16TH APRIL, 2018.
 
NB: Applicants are encouraged to read the attached Call, UGRF Grant Application Guide and UGRF Budget Guidance Notes before starting the application.
 
 
All complaints regarding the application process must be directed to ORID using the link below:
 
Any questions on this opportunity should be addressed by email to proposalsubmission@ug.edu.gh
 
 
 
 
 
 

Call For Abstracts: The 4th National HIV and AIDS Research Conference

Starting February 16, 2018 - Ending February 16, 2019

The Ghana Aids Commision and its partners are organising the 4th National HIV and Aids Research Conference (NHARCON under the Theme: Ending AIDS:Rethinking Practices for Maximum Impact.

NHARCON 2018 will provide a platform for researchers and stakeholders to share information and experiences, discuss results of research and examine their implications for the implementation of the current National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan 2016-2020 for the attainment of the 90 90 90 targets.

The conferece is scheduled to take place from 8th - 11th May 2018 at the Accra International Conference Centre.

 

Please click this link for more information.

 

 

Call for Applications for PhD Scholarships - BSU Phase III

Starting February 15, 2018 - Ending February 15, 2019

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID) is pleased to announce a Call for Applications for the award of scholarships for full-time PhD studies funded under the BSU III programme. The scholarship is tenable at the University of Ghana with study stays in Denmark.

The University of Ghana (UG) has received funding from the Danish Foreign Ministry (Danida) to implement the project “Building Stronger Universities – Phase III” - (BSU III). The BSU III programme aims to enhance the role of UG as a provider of scientific knowledge and support core areas and activities identified in line with UG’s strategic agenda.

THEMATIC AREAS:

The focus of the PhD scholarships of this Call is in the following disciplines/research areas:

Malaria Research: Malaria and Haemoglobinopathies (1 scholarship)

➢ Climate Change Research: Climate change adaptation and mitigation (1 scholarship)

 

ELIGIBILITY:

To be eligible for this Scholarship, applicants must:

➢ Hold an MPhil Degree or equivalent;

➢ Must have initiated an application for PhD studies at UG, have admission for PhD studies at UG, or in year 1 of the PhD programme at UG.

 

For applicants interested in Malaria research, a background in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, or related para-clinical disciplines (Chemical Pathology, Haematology, Pathology, Pharmacology) will be an added advantage.

➢ Have excellent academic credentials and must demonstrate commitment to pursue an academic career.

➢ Be targeted for faculty position

➢ Be forty (40) years or below at the time of applying for the Scholarship.

➢ Be a Ghanaian national.

 

 

APPLICATION GUIDELINES:

Applicants should submit the following:

 

➢ A completed application form (i.e. BSU-PHD III/2018)

➢ Most recent CV;

➢ Copies of First Degree and relevant Master’s Degree Certificates;

➢ A statement of Research Objectives and how the applicant intends to use the Scholarship award to enhance his/her research career;

➢ A maximum of 3-page research proposal (Times New Roman, 11point font, Double spacing) clearly outlining the background, objectives, scope and methodology within the broad thematic areas of Malaria and Haemoglobinopathies or Climate change adaptation and mitigation

➢ A work plan and a budget must be attached on separate sheets with justifications.

 

Applicants who are not registered students of the University of Ghana must apply for admission through the School of Graduate Studies before submitting the scholarship application.

 

Female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

The deadline for submission of applications is 5pm on Friday 30th March, 2018.

 

SUBMISSION:

Complete applications must be submitted via email to orid@ug.edu.gh with a copy to bsu3@staff.ug.edu.gh.

 

SELECTION:

Only shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview.

For further enquiries, you may send an email to the Project Administrator at orid@ug.edu.gh

 

 

Please click here for the application form

 

 

 

 

Call for Applications: Commonwealth Scholarship (2018-2019)

Starting February 13, 2018 - Ending February 13, 2019

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development is pleased to announce to the university community the “Call for Applications for the Commonwealth Scholarship 2018-2019”. The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission (CSC) in the United Kingdom has invited the University of Ghana to nominate a suitable candidate for a Commonwealth Full-Time Doctoral Scholarship tenable in the United Kingdom from September/October 2018. In line with this, ORID wishes to inform eligible faculty that applications are being accepted for institutional nomination.

ABOUT THE AWARD

The awards are tenable at any approved UK university or higher education institution with which the CSC has part funding agreement. A list of these institutions is available at http://cscuk.dfid.gov.uk/apply/uk-universities/part-funding. Awards are no longer offered to complete a PhD study already underway in the UK. All applications must be made under any one of the following development themes:

  • Science and technology for development
  • Strengthening health systems and capacity
  • Promoting global prosperity
  • Strengthening global peace, security and governance
  • Strengthening resilience and response to crises
  • Access, inclusion and opportunity

ELIGIBILITY

  • The Commonwealth Scholarships are aimed at individuals who could not afford to study in the UK. Every applicant will be required to sign a declaration that they do not have access to sufficient funds to study in the UK.
  • All nominated candidates should hold full-time teaching posts with UG, at the time of their application, to which they intend to return following any scholarship.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Applicants must provide a supporting statement from a named supervisor from at least one of the UK universities to which they are applying.
  • Applicants must hold a first degree of at least a second-class upper (2:1) honours standard or a second-class degree and a relevant postgraduate qualification (normally a Master’s degree).
  • The selected candidate must be able to take up their award at the commencement of the academic year in September/October 2018. Deferments are granted in only the most exceptional circumstances, and will not be considered for start dates beyond January 2019.
  • Candidates are expected to state at least one, and are strongly advised to propose three institutions of study on their application.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Step 1:

Online application made using the CSC’s Electronic Application System (EAS) at the following address https://csc.do-it-online.org.uk/csc/ElectronicApplicationSystem.htm using the “Applicant’s Portal” by Thursday 22nd February, 2018. A copy of the “How to Apply” guide is attached for detailed information on the EAS application process.
 
As this process is being managed by ORID, we would like to draw your attention to ‘SECTION THREE’ of the EAS application which requests for information on the nominating body. Applicants should enter the following email address orid-researchadmin@ug.edu.gh to ensure that ORID receives the automatic email from the EAS to provide the necessary information. (A guarantee cannot be made that an endorsement on an application will be made if the correct email address as indicated above is not provided in the EAS).
 
Step 2:
Applicant submits a duly endorsed “UG-Institutional Nomination for Commonwealth Scholarships (UG-INFfCS)” latest by 5:00pm on Friday 23rd February, 2018 (UG-INFfCS attached).
 
Applicants are strongly encouraged to study the scholarship prospectus to ensure that all the relevant application requirements are fulfilled. Copies of the prospectus for the available awards are attached for guidance. The prospectus may also be downloaded from the websites provided above. Also attached is the selection criteria for the Fellowships.
 
FEMALE FACULTY MEMBERS ARE PARTICULARLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY
 
Step 3:
Shortlisted applicants will/ may attend an interview organized by ORID as part of the Institutional Nomination Process.
 
A nomination by the University of Ghana does not automatically guarantee selection or placement in the United Kingdom. The final selection will be made by CSC and will be based on the academic merit of their application, the quality of the research proposal and the potential impact of the work on the development of the candidate’s home country.
 
INSTITUTIONAL DEADLINE
Completion of application in the EAS                          - Thursday February 22, 2018
Submission of paper copy of EAS application to ORID - Friday February 23, 2018
 
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
  • University of Ghana intends to use the EAS applications for its nominations and will therefore not be accept hard copy applications for the scholarship.
  • The EAS will not be available to applicants applying from UG after February 22, 2018.
  • ORID will only accept institutional nomination forms that have been duly endorsed by the Dean/Director of the applicant’s School/Institute.
  • The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission will not accept applications from individuals.
  • Late applications shall not be considered and will be returned.

 

Commonwealth Apllication Form 2018

How to Apply for UG Institutional Nomination

How to apply for a Commonwealth PhD Scholarship

Terms and conditions PhD 2018

 

 

 

Call for Proposals – The Erasmus+ Programme

Starting February 12, 2018 - Ending February 12, 2019

CALL FOR PROPOSALS – THE ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME  

The Erasmus programme is the European Union’s Programme for education, training, youth and sports. The Programme awards scholarships (covering tuition, travel and living allowances) to students and institutions of higher learning.

For more information please click here.

 

 

 

Press Release on the Opening of the Admission Season of ADA University in Azerbaijan

Starting February 12, 2018 - Ending February 12, 2019

Please find below a press release with respect to the opening of the ADA University and the International Fellowship Admission season for the 2018 academic year.

The institution offers undergraduate and graduate courses in Pubilc and International Affairs, Business Education, IT and Engineering. The medium of instruction is English.

Deadline for Submission of Application is 5th April 2018

Please click here for the Press Release

 

 

Invitation to a Public Lecture on Monetary Policy Effectiveness in Ghana

Starting February 12, 2018 - Ending February 12, 2019

As part of this year’s activities aimed at engaging the public on issues of national importance, the Department of Economics has the pleasure of inviting you to its maiden public lecture on Monetary Policy Effectiveness in Ghana.

The details of the event are as follows:

Date: Wednesday, 21st February 2018

Time: 9:00 a.m prompt

 

Title: The Effectiveness of Monetary Policies: An Assessment of Ghana's Contemporary Experience

Venue: Bank of Ghana Auditorium, Department of Economics, University of Ghana, Legon.

Main Speaker: Dr. Nii Kwaku Sowa (Country Director, International Growth Centre, Accra)

Panel Discussants: Dr. Ernest Addison (Governor, Bank of Ghana); Prof. Peter Quartey (Head, Department of Economics, UG); Mr. Alhassan Andani (MD, Stanbic Bank & President, Association of Bankers)

Chairman: Prof. Ebenezer Oduro Owusu (Vice-Chancellor, University of Ghana)

 

All are cordially invited

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Abstracts: Evidence to Action – Conference and Exhibition 25-27 July 2018

Starting February 12, 2018 - Ending February 12, 2019

The International Center for Evaluation and Development (ICED) in partnership with Campbell Collaboration, Agriculture Technology Adoption Initiative (ATAI), Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Assets and Market Access (AMA Innovation Lab), Tegemeo Institute, the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), and other partners is organizing the 1st Africa Conference on Evidence to Action (E2A) in Nairobi, Kenya, from 25 - 27 July 2018.

The conference seeks to enhance sustainable collaboration and sharing of knowledge and information among researchers, policy makers, civil society, and development partners.

Further, it seeks to reinforce demand-driven evidencebased policy development in the context of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Malabo Declaration.

The Theme of the Conference is “Bridging the gap: The need for demand-driven research and evaluation in evidence-based policy-making and practices in sub-Saharan Africa.” It is premised on the understanding that contextualizing research and evaluation for Africa has the potential to inform policy decision-making and the achievement of SDGs.

 

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Train-the-Trainer Workshop in Evidence Synthesis (Systematic Reviews)

Starting February 8, 2018 - Ending February 8, 2019

The University Of Ghana Centre for Evidence Synthesis (UGCES) invites the University community to a “Train-the-Trainer Workshop in Evidence Synthesis (Systematic Reviews)”.

 

Date:  12th -16th March 2018

Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm each day

Venue: School of Public Health, Legon

 

All are cordially invited

 

 

Please click here for more information on the workshop

Please click here for the registration form for the workshop

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Admission into UG School Of Medicine And Dentistry And Gulf Medical University (GMU) Transnational Medical Programme 2018/2019

Starting January 29, 2018 - Ending January 29, 2019

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 2018/2019 academic year leading to the award of MB ChB (UG).

Entry Requirements

  • Applicants should have a good qualifications in IB, GCE A’levels, and WASSCE/SSSCE examinations or its equivalent.
  • 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 & 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.
  • Applicants will be required to have passed GRE or ILETS or TOEFL or be prepared to sit for the exams in the first year in Ajman.

Nature of Programme and Duration

The Transnational Medical Programme is a Six (6) Year Medical Programme leading to the award of MB ChB, UG. Students will be admitted in August 2018 and are expected to graduate in 2024.

Who can Apply

This Programme is especially targeted at:

  • Ghanaian 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.
  • 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 to apply online by visiting Gulf Medical University (GMU) website at www.gmu.ac.ae or University of Ghana School of Medicine and Dentistry (UGSMD) website at www.smd.ug.edu.gh and follow corresponding links to GMU/UGSMD. Prospective candidates will be interviewed prior to admission. More information is provided at the GMU website.

Application Deadline

Applicants for the Transnational Medicine Programme must apply on or before 31st August 2018. Admissions will be given on a first-come basis.

Other Costs

Prospective Applicants are to check from GMU admissions Office for other costs e.g.

  • Registration
  • Accommodation
  • Visa and Immigration charges
  • Health Insurance
  • Cost of living in Ajman

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

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

Email: academic.smd@ug.edu.ghgempsmd@ug.edu.gh

Invitation to a Public Lecture on the Occasion of the Visit of Her Majesty Queen Mathilde of Belgium and Vice Prime Minister Alexander De Croo to Ghana

Starting January 26, 2018 - Ending January 26, 2019

 

H.E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana and Her Majesty the Queen of Belgium, will be at University of Ghana for a lecture.

 

Date: 9th February, 2018

Time: 2.30 p.m. - 4.30 p.m.

Venue: Great Hall

The Lecture will be on the SDGs Transformative Agenda to Change our World

 

 

All are cordially invited

 

Business Opportunities at the University of Ghana Agricultural Research Centres

Starting January 25, 2018 - Ending January 25, 2019

The University of Ghana has three Agricultural Research Centres (ARCs), namely:

The Forest and Horticultural Research Centre (FOHCREC) at Okumaning, near Kade in the Eastern Region of Ghana, the Livestock and Poultry Research Centre (LIPREC), near Nmai Dzorn, Accra and the Soil and Irrigation Research Centre (SIREC) at Kpong also in the Eastern Region, each with a large expanse of land attached. The University has set aside adequate land types and plantations required for research, leaving substantial arable and suitable land available for commercial ventures.

 

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Call for Papers 2nd International Conference Financing Social Policy in the 21st Century 8th & 9th May 2018

Starting January 22, 2018 - Ending January 22, 2019

The overarching theme for the CSPS International Conference: Financing Social Policy in the 21st Century has been inspired by past research from institutions such as UNRISD, whose findings and conclusions from studies of welfare states and developmental states leave one in no doubt of the complexity of mobilizing resources to sustain social wellbeing. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) launched by the UN in 2015 are unequivocal in their call for social transformation that leaves no one behind, no matter the cost. By all indications the challenge is not simply about wealth and other resources, but equally about the politics of resource allocation. Seemingly intractable differences between pro-efficiency policymakers on the right and pro-equity policymakers on the left have endured into the 21st Century, leading to tensions between the two camps that have directly affected commitments to welfare provisioning. In some advanced countries these tensions have sparked serious social spending cuts that have left the less privileged even more vulnerable to shocks and risks. On the other hand, policymaking in developing countries is in an age where convergence is seen to be preferable to polarization and many countries and development partners have shifted their stance on social spending at least to the extent that they express strong rhetoric in favour of inclusive development. But in reality many of these countries are struggling with finding the resources and the political will to prioritise social spending to back their talk on inclusive development.  The Conference is intended to provide the space for both policymakers and academics, as well as development practitioners to deliberate on the challenge of financing social policy in the era of rights based development in developing countries.

 

The conference sub-themes for which papers are being sought include:

    i.            Ideologies and policy models of [financing] social policy

    ii.           Options for financing social policy

    iii.          Globalization and implications for financing social policy

    iv.          Achieving empowerment through social investment

    v.           External versus local actors in financing social policy

    vi.          Public and private investment in social services

    vii.         The cost of enforcement and regulation in social policy implementation

The suggested themes are not exhaustive. Other topics relevant to the theme of the conference are welcome. The conference will have plenary and parallel sessions.

 

Submission of Abstracts

Abstracts of papers under any of the themes not exceeding 250 words, must be submitted to csps@ug.edu.gh on or before the deadline stated below.

  •         Submission of abstracts: Monday 19th February 2018 at 17hrs GMT.
  •         Notification of presenters of selected abstracts: Friday 9th March 2018.
  •         Confirmation of participation by presenters: 31st March 2018

 

The abstract should contain information on the objectives, methodology and findings of the research. Conceptual and theoretical papers will also be accepted.

The submission must contain information on the title of the paper and the name, affiliation and email address of the corresponding author.

Authors are encouraged to collaborate to form panel sessions comprising four papers. Submissions for panel presentations should include a summary of 250 words and an abstract for each paper.  The panel submission must include the name and email address of the person organising the panel.

All enquiries should be directed to csps@ug.edu.gh or call +233 (0)503-139-815.

 

 

Anglophone Regional Workshop on Surveillance, Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Control Programs

Starting January 22, 2018 - Ending January 22, 2019

Since 2010, the University of Ghana, School of Public Health, in collaboration with MEASURE Evaluation, has offered an annual, regional workshop on surveillance, monitoring, and evaluation (SME) of malaria programs.

This workshop fulfills a need for better SME support to generate high-quality data and to analyze and use data to better inform program planning at the country level. To build the capacity of professionals in Africa, this non-degreed course provides training in the tools and techniques used to monitor and evaluate malaria programs.

Workshop Objectives

The workshop aims to:

•   Build skills in fundamental concepts and practical approaches to SME of malaria programs

•   Discuss programmatic applications of main tools and data systems used to monitor and evaluate malaria programs

•   Provide a venue for participants to share and learn from other country experiences to strengthen their SME systems

•   Create an alumni group of SME experts 

 

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Sentinel Meeting with Departments and Units over Research Capacity Development Needs

Starting January 18, 2018 - Ending January 18, 2019

Faculty, staff and graduate students from within the University of Ghana system are invited to discuss and explore areas of research capacity development needs in your department. SENTINEL (Social and Environmental Trade-offs in African Agriculture) is a collaborative project funded by the Global Challenges Research Fund – RCUK Collective Fund (GCRF-RCUK) under the call “Growing Research Capability to Meet the Challenges Faced by Developing Countries”. It is led by Dr. Barbara Adolph of the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), UK. The project comprises six UK Institutions and three African partners (Ethiopia, Ghana and Zambia) supported by the Regional Universities Forum Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM).

One of the three goals of SENTINEL is to enhance the research capacity of UK and African researchers and their organizations to investigate the impacts, risks and trade-offs relating to the socio-economic and environmental dimensions of different agricultural development pathways, particularly in light of projected regional changes in climate.

There is the need to interact, share ideas and devise strategies towards achieving this goal. Please join us for this discussion on 22nd January 2018. The meeting will be moderated by Ms. Adrienne Martin of the Natural Resources Institute, Greenwich University, UK.

Venue: Smart Classroom,

School of Continuing and Distance Education

Time: 10:00 am

We count on your cooperation.

Yours sincerely,

Dora Neina (PhD).

(Team Leader, SENTINEL Ghana)

0576 777 867 or 0506 153 128

 

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

Starting January 9, 2018 - Ending January 9, 2019

The Department of Computer Science, University of Ghana is holding intensive Eight-Week Professional Certificate Courses.

 

 

 

 

 

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Call for Papers: 4th School of Social Sciences International Conference (Revised)

Starting January 4, 2018 - Ending January 4, 2019

The School of Social Sciences is pleased to announce a call for papers for the 4th International Conference under the theme:

 “Socio-Economic Transformation for Accelerated and Sustainable Development of Africa”

The conference will be on Wed. 11th and Thurs 12th April, 2018. Kindly find attached the detailed information on the call. The key dates are as follows:

  • Abstract Submission deadline: Monday 29 th January, 2018
  • Notice of acceptance of Abstract: Monday, 12th February, 2018
  • Full paper submission for those who wish to be considered for the special issue of journal: 26th March, 2018

We look forward to receiving your abstracts and promise you a successful conference come April 2018. 

 

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Special Issue Call for Papers: Corporate Social Responsibility and Community Relations in Africa: Revisiting Old Paradigms and Exploring New Pathways

Starting December 22, 2017 - Ending December 22, 2018

The Development Policy, Poverty Monitoring and Evaluation Centre of Research Excellence at the University of Ghana, is happy to announce a Special Issue Call for Papers on Corporate Social Responsibility and Community Relations in Africa: Revisiting Old Paradigms and Exploring New Pathways.

Corporate social responsibility is increasingly becoming the ideal and approved mode of sustaining good relations between corporate bodies and their surrounding communities. Social responsibility espouses good relations between corporations and the communities they work in as well as between other stakeholders. The building of a strong relationship is essential for the simple reason that a corporation’s ability to operate effectively is partly dependent upon the community’s understanding of the corporations’ business activities, their acceptance and the provision of a conducive environment for the corporation to operate (Du & Vieria, 2012). However, there seems to be a disconnect between the perceptions of what communities desire from such social interventions and what has been provided in many documented instances. Eventually situations have occurred where the desired effects of the initiatives by corporate bodies is almost non- existent in beneficiary communities. This arguably can be attributed to the apparent lack of well-established relationship and trust between corporations and communities.

There is a growing body of literature on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and varying definitions of the concept across many countries as well as within academic literature. Some scholars recognise the value of institutions in determining the relations between corporations and their stakeholders and hence insist on an institutional approach to the analysis of what determines relations in the sector (Campbell, 2007). Others however insist that we use a more holistic approach which takes into account historical perspectives, regulatory frameworks and the various actors involved in the practice of CSR (Campbell, 2012). From an analysis of such relations, corporate social responsibility is also analysed through the lenses of the relationship between corporate bodies and other stakeholders such as employees, customers, investors, environment, etc. and the degree to which the expectations of stakeholders are met. Further, the literature discusses the concept to be a projection of an ideal public image which is the rhetoric of some corporations whilst in reality the benefits of the said activities are not felt by the communities they seek to provide for (Lebbon, 2017). Such discourses call for more research and hence this special issue which will contribute to the growing body of knowledge on socially responsible behavior and the links to community relations. In this special issue, community relations is defined as a corporation’s interactions with the people constituting the environment it operates in and draws resources from, to foster mutual understanding, trust, and support. Additionally, it is conceptualised according to Kemp (2010) as a three-dimensional practice that involves: working for the company to understand local community perspectives; bridging community and company perspectives to generate dialogue and mutual understanding and; facilitating necessary organisational change to improve social performance.

We especially welcome conceptual and empirical research on the extractive industry that employs theories and frameworks which aid our understanding of how relations are being brokered at the community level. Specific areas of interest in this special issue include, but are not limited to the following:

•         Community transformation through social interventions

•         Community volunteering and participation in corporate social responsibility initiatives

•         Building of networks and trust through social interventions

•         Building sustainable community relations in the extractive sector

•         Antecedents and consequences of social interventions for community relations

•         Strategic CSR and Community Development

Special issue guest editors:

Prof. Robert E. Hinson, University of Ghana Business School, rhinson@ug.edu.gh / hinsonrobert@gmail.com

Dr. Antoinette Tsiboe-Darko, Centre for Social policy Studies, University of Ghana, atsiboe-darko@ug.edu.gh / ani_94@yahoo.com

Mr. Henry Boateng, University of Technology, Australia, Henry.Boateng@uts.edu.au /     hboateng@st.ug.edu.gh

 

Submission Schedule

•             Submission Period: 15 October 2017 – 28 February 2018

•             Author notification: 1 April 2018

•             Revised papers due: 1 May, 2018

•             Second notification: 1 June, 2018

•             Final revisions due: 1st July 2018

•             Notification of Acceptance: 15th July 2018

Bibliography

Campbell, B. (2012). Corporate Social Responsibility and Development in Africa: Redefining the roles and responsibilities of public and private actors in the mining sector. Resources Policy. 37, (2), 138-143

Campbell, J. (2007). Why would corporations behave in socially responsible ways? An institutional theory of corporate social responsibility. Academy of Management Review, 32(3) 946-967.

Du, S., & Vieira, E. T. (2012). Striving for legitimacy through corporate social responsibility: insights from oil companies. Journal of Business Ethics, 110(4) 413-427.

Kemp, D. (2010). Community Relations in the global mining industry: exploring the internal dimensions of externally oriented work. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 17(1) 1-14.

 Lebbon, V. (2017). Without proper regulation is corporate social responsibility just a public relations tool? Journal of Promotional Communications, 5(1).

This special issue has a submission deadline of 28 February 2018, with an expected publication date of December 2018. Authors must please follow the submission guidelines for Communicatio.

Please follow the link http://explore.tandfonline.com/cfp/ah/rcsa-si-social-responsibility-4q4017/#_=_

to assess the full details of the Special Issue.

 

 

 

 

Call for Applications: Africa Regional International Staff/Students Exchange II (ARISE II) Programme

Starting December 19, 2017 - Ending December 19, 2018

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID) announces the call for applications for Full-time/Exchange PhD and Master’s Scholarships and Staff Exchange Mobilities under the Africa Regional International Staff/Student Exchange (ARISE) programme.

The ARISE programme is funded by the European Union under the Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme. The programme provides scholarships for masters and doctoral studies and staff mobility fellowships for short research and administrative visits in any of the partner institutions, namely: University of Cape Town, (South Africa), Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia), Makerere University (Uganda), and the University of Ghana (Ghana).

ELIGIBILITY

1.    Applicants are eligible to apply to any of the partner universities except that of their home country.

2.    Applicants must not be past or current beneficiaries of any of the Intra ACP or Intra Africa Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIP COVERAGE

The scholarship is tenable in any of the partner universities and covers:

1.    Round-trip flight ticket and visa costs;

2.    Direct participation costs (such as tuition fees, registration fees and service fees, where applicable);

3.    Comprehensive Travel Insurance (Health, Accident and Travel)

4.    A monthly subsistence allowance for the mobility period as follows:

 Masters:             €600

  Doctorates:        €900

  Staff:                 €1200

5.    A one-time settling-in allowance (not applicable to staff)

6.    Research costs

HOW TO APPLY

Interested applicants should apply online at: https://www.intra-africa-arise2.org/apply-now/

APPLICATION  DEADLINE

The deadline for this call is 12th January, 2018 at 12 midnight. Prospective applicants may visit the ARISE website at https://www.intra-africa-arise2.org/scholarships/ for further details.

Enquiries on this opportunity may be forwarded by email to orid@ug.edu.gh or telephone on +233 303 930436/0302213820 IP ext.: 1025/4811

 

 

 

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Call for Papers – Conference on Climate, Landuse, Mining and Sanitation for Sustainable Development. - IESS

Starting December 15, 2017 - Ending December 15, 2018

Members of the University community are hereby informed of a call for papers for a conference on Climate, Landuse, Mining and Sanitation for Sustainable Development.

Abstracts are invited in the following conference topics:

·         Climate change and adaptation

·         Land use and land cover

·         Mining, water pollution and remediation

·         Sanitation and waste management

·         Sustainable development

Closing date for submissions is December 27, 2017 for the Abstract and January 12, 2018 for the full paper.

All accepted papers will be published in the peer reviewed West African Journal of Applied Ecology

 

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ENI Award 2018 Debut in Research: Young Talents from Africa Prize

Starting December 13, 2017 - Ending December 13, 2018

ENI AWARD 2018

Debut in Research: Young Talents from Africa Prize

 

1.           Aims:

The Debut in Research: Young Talents from Africa Prize is to help new generations of Africa researchers to emerge, offering them the opportunity to attend a PhD course in cooperation with prestigious Italian Universities and research institutes, and supporting their research and innovation on the various scientific topics promoted by Eni Award.

 

2.         Eligibility

      i.      Candidates must have written a Master's degree thesis on the following topics, water, air and land pollution, rehabilitation and reuse of industrial sites, renewable energy and energy storage, innovative use of hydrocarbons and of the energy efficiency as a bridge to the decarbonisation of the energy system.

       ii.   The theses must have been defended at an African University during 2016-2017.

     iii.   Candidatures must be born in or after 1987.

 

3.         Application procedures and deadlines:

The candidature application forms are available on the website https://www.eni.com/enipedia/it_IT/modello-di-business/premi-e-riconoscimenti/bando-eni-award-2018.page and must be sent as follows:

i.     The candidature proposal, summary of the thesis, CV and research proposal must be uploaded on the candidate’s private area.

a.   The candidature’s proposal must include a short motivation of candidature; title of the thesis defended; University where the thesis was discussed; candidate details; guarantor details.

b.   The summary of the thesis must include a short abstract of the thesis already defended.

c.    The research proposal must be related to the research project the candidate wishes to develop during the post-graduate course. It could be focused on a single country, an African region or the whole African continent and should clearly indicate:

·      Expected energy and environmental benefits;

·      Project tangible prospects and applicability;

·      Potential socio-economic impact.

 

The access to the private area must be requested to the Eni Award Scientific Secretariat eniaward@feem.it that will provide an account for the procedure.

ii.    A copy of the thesis in electronic format as well as possible recognitions, certificates, letters of reference, list of publications and the related publications must be sent by e-mail to repository-eniaward@feem.it

iii.  A not compulsory self-made video (of no more than three (3) minutes) describing the main aspects and the applications of the research proposal, will be accepted in the following formats: MOV, MPEG4, AVI, FLV.

iv.  Applications must be presented and guaranteed by academic members of African Universities and research institutes operating in the specific or similar fields for which the prize is awarded.

Self –candidatures will not be considered.

 

4.         Deadline

The deadline for the presentation of candidatures to the Debut in Research: Young Talents from Africa is December 15, 2017 before and no later than 5pm Central European Time (CET).

 

5.                  The Prize:

Two winners will each be awarded with a customised plaque and a scholarship for the attendance of a 3-year PhD course to be conducted in an Italian university or research institute.  

 

 

Call for Papers for an International Conference on Religion and the 21st Century City: Openings and Closures

Starting December 13, 2017 - Ending December 13, 2018

DEPARTMENT FOR THE STUDY OF RELIGIONS

In Collaboration with the School of Arts

Call for Papers for an International Conference

 

Researchers, academics, religious practitioners, and students are hereby invited to submit abstracts/papers for an International Conference on Religion and the 21st Century City: Openings and Closures

 

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Call for Application: Training on "Methods for Research in Agricultural Markets”

Starting December 8, 2017 - Ending December 8, 2018

Call for Application:

Training On "Methods for Research in Agricultural Markets”

 

The Statistics and Survey Division at the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), University of Ghana in collaboration with the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) will undertake a capacity building workshop on methods for research in agricultural markets from 15th to 17th January, 2018 at the ISSER Conference Facility, Legon, Accra.

The workshop targets current Masters, MPhil and PhD (2nd and 3rd year) students from the University of Ghana and other universities in Ghana, who are pursuing their programmes within the social science disciplines and Agriculture as well as lecturers and research fellows.

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A Call for DAAD Scholarship Applications 2018

Starting December 5, 2017 - Ending December 5, 2018

The Department of Soil Science, School of Agriculture, College of Basic and Applied Sciences, is seeking applications for the 2018 DAAD Scholarship in Soil Science.

 

Closing Date for the application is December 15, 2017

 

 

 

 

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Centre for Urban Management Studies - Short Meeting on Centre’s Activities and Establishment of Urban Research Working Groups

Starting December 4, 2017 - Ending December 4, 2018
Centre for Urban Management Studies (CUMS), University of Ghana
Short Meeting on Centre’s Activities and Establishment of Urban Research Working Groups
 
Date: December 7, 2017
Venue: Staff Common Room, Department of Geography & Resource Development, University of Ghana
Time: 10am – 12pm
 
Dear Colleagues,
 
Are you involved in an ongoing research on cities? Are you interested in getting involved in or taking up research on cities, urbanization and urban development? If your answer to any of the questions is “YES”, then join the Centre for Urban Management Studies (CUMS) for a short meeting at the Staff Common Room of the Department of Geography & Resource Development on Thursday, December 7, 2017, at 10am – 12pm.
 
Agenda
1. Introduction of the Centre for Urban Management Studies
 
2. Update on the Centre’s Activities
  • Graduate programmes: MSc/PhD in Urban Studies
  • Mellon Foundation/Bosch Foundation grant awards
  • Other international collaborations/research
  • College of Humanities Dialogue Series
3. Establishment of Urban Research Working Groups
 
Please confirm your participation by replying to this email with the following information to cums@ug.edu.gh, gowusu@ug.edu.gh:
 
Name:
Department:
Phone number:
Email address:
Urban Research Interest(s):
 
 

Call for Papers: 4th School of Social Sciences International Conference

Starting November 29, 2017 - Ending November 29, 2018

Globally, efforts aimed at achieving accelerated and sustained economic growth are faced with challenges. While the Sustainable Development Goals emphasize the need for economic development that alleviates extreme poverty, the goals would be meaningless if drivers of socioeconomic transformation are not critically examined, especially in low-income countries in Africa. In order for developing countries to catch up with global development trends, and to benefit from global integration, there is the need to focus on socio-economic transformation. Although Africa is presently in the midst of a transformation, the core question is: how can Africa's socio-economic development be charted in a way that it becomes socially-balanced, sustainable and resilient. Such transition economies do not only offer a test case for concepts and theories, for broader ideas and for the methods of scientific enquiry of key drivers of transformation, but also for the multiplicity of ideological interpretations. The socio-economic transformation discourse, have been shaped by divisions between right-wing elites who espouse market-led approaches and their left-wing counterparts who favour state-led approaches to development. 

 

 

 

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Call for Abstracts - Soils Science Society of Ghana (SSSG) International Conference – 2017

Starting November 28, 2017 - Ending November 28, 2018
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS - SOILS SCIENCE SOCIETY OF GHANA (SSSG) INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE – 2017
 
The Soils Science Society of Ghana (SSSG) is organising International Conference to coincide with the International Day of Soils from the 6th to 8th of December, 2017, at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. The theme for the Conference is “Sustainable Agricultural Intensification for Food and Jobs: The Soil Factor”.
 
As part of the programme,  there will be business and scientific sessions. Abstracts for the scientific sessions are being invited in the following areas:
 
•             Soil Health and Management;
•             Soil Degradation and Reclamation;
•             Agricultural Intensification and the Environment;
•             Climate Smart Aghriculture.
 
The length of abstracts should be about 250 words and all abstracts should be submitted to SSSG Sscretariat (sssgcon2017@gmail.com) not later than 25th November, 2017. We would be grateful if you could bring the conference to the notice of all members of your Institute.
 
 
 
 
 

Admission into the Master of Arts (M.A) Programme in Conference Interpreting

Starting November 24, 2017 - Ending November 24, 2018

DEPARTMENT OF FRENCH

(SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES)

 

ADMISSION INTO THE MASTER OF ARTS (M.A) PROGRAMME IN CONFERENCE INTERPRETING

JANUARY 2018 & AUGUST 2018 ADMISSIONS

 

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 programme runs a double intake for January 2018 (2017/18 Academic Year) and August 2018 (2018/19 Academic Year) 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 4th and 7th December 2017, (for Jan. 2018 Admission) and in May 2018 (for August Admission) 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 a week after the examination.

 

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

 

HOW TO APPLY

 

University of Ghana application e-vouchers can be obtained by Ghanaian applicants for GH¢200.00 at the following banks: Zenith Bank, 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 who did not graduate from the University of Ghana must submit the following documents online (Scan and Attach):

  1. Bachelor’s Degree Certificate
  2. Transcript

 

The transcript should be scanned into one PDF or WORD document and attached to the application.

 

Applicants who graduated from this university should scan and attach only their Bachelor’s degree certificates to their applications.

 

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

 

 

      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:

  1. http://sgs.ug.edu.gh
  2. http://admission.ug.edu.gh

 

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

 

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

 

 

                                                APPLICATION  FEES

 

Cost of E-voucher

Ghanaians                                                                                              GH¢200.00

International Applicants and Ghanaians applying from abroad             US$ 110.00

 

All further enquiries should be sent to the addresses below:

The School Administrator

School of Graduate Studies,

University of Ghana

Legon.

E-Mail: sgsadmissions@ug.edu.gh