Announcements

8th Ghana Universities Debate Championship

Starting September 28, 2022 - Ending September 28, 2023

The University of Ghana will be hosting the 8th Ghana Universities Debate Championship dubbed Wɔgbɛ jɛkɛ 2022.   

The theme for Championship is “Thinking Global, Acting Local; Celebrating Excellence while Shaping the Future”.  

 

Date: 10th - 17th October, 2022    

Venue: University of Ghana, Legon   

Participating schools include both private and public tertiary institutions within Ghana.

 

All are cordially invited!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Updated Notice on Arrangements for End of 2021/2022 Academic Year

Starting September 16, 2022 - Ending September 23, 2023

The Residence Board and University management have discussed arrangements for management of the halls of residence at the close of the 2021/2022 academic year and during the vacation period. Various repair works will be carried out in halls of residence during the period, as will disinfection and fumigation.

The opportunity will also be taken to clear out all unauthorized persons from the halls of residence. The following arrangements have therefore been decided on:

-        All undergraduate students in the traditional halls (Volta, Commonwealth, Legon, Mensah Sarbah and Akuafo) are to vacate their rooms by 5.00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 27th, 2022. Students are not to leave any of their personal belongings in the halls of residence.

-        Undergraduate students who have genuine reasons to remain on campus (Level 400 project work, sportsmen and women in camp etc.), as well as National Service persons who have accommodation in halls of residence, and whose services are still required should follow the steps at the bottom of this notice to fill in and submit a Vacation Residence Form.

-        There will be no vacation residence in Commonwealth and Mensah Sarbah halls. Undergraduate students in these halls who have genuine reasons to remain on campus during the vacation period are to download and fill in Vacation Residence Forms and present hard copies of these to their hall Tutorial Office, for consideration for accommodation in other halls.

-        Graduate students in Commonwealth and Mensah Sarbah Halls who are writing examinations will be allowed to remain in their rooms up to Monday, 10th October 2022. These students are also to fill in and submit Vacation Residence Forms online, for consideration.

-        Graduate students in other traditional halls who have genuine reasons to remain on campus should follow the same procedure outlined above for undergraduate students.

-        Hilla Limann, Alexander Kwapong, Elizabeth Frances Sey and Jean Nelson Ackah Halls will be closed for the entire holiday period, and there will be no vacation residence in these halls.

All students are to take note of these arrangements and ensure that they comply with them. University security, backed by personnel from the Ghana Police Service, will be deployed to enforce compliance starting from Wednesday 28th September, 2022.

Any student who defies the directive to move out of the halls of residence on the scheduled dates will be sanctioned, including permanent loss of accommodation.

Instructions for filling in Vacation Residence Form

UG Students and National Service Persons who attended UG should follow these steps to fill in the Vacation Residence Form:

1. Visit the link https://ugra.ug.edu.gh/administrative/app/login

2. Login with Student ID and MIS Web PIN

3. Click on VACATION RESIDENCE FORM

4. Select an option from the drop down list: Legon Campus; Distance Student or National Service Person

5. Fill the form and submit online

National Service Persons who did not attend UG may download the form at https://bit.ly/NSPVacForm print, fill in and submit to the relevant Tutorial Office.

 

Registrar

 

Distribution

General

 

Cc Vice-Chancellor

Pro Vice-Chancellors

Provosts

Dean, Student Affairs

Heads of Hall

Senior Tutors

Director, Public Affairs

President, SRC

President, GRASAG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UG@75 LOGO TOUR - LEGON CAMPUS

Starting September 16, 2022 - Ending September 16, 2023
Dear all,  

The 75th Anniversary Planning Committee is excited to inform members of the University community that as part of plans to sustain enthusiasm and promote publicity of activities marking the anniversary celebration, the UG@75 Logo which was unveiled during the launch, will begin a tour from the Legon campus.  

Attached is the schedule for various parts of the Legon campus. The schedule for some of our other campuses will be announced subsequently. 

Members of the community and the public are encouraged to stop by the designated locations, take pictures and share via social media.  

Please remember to post your pictures with the hashtag: #UGIS75

 

CLICK HERE FOR THE SCHEDULE

 

 

 

 

Department of Computer Science Online Short Courses

Starting September 16, 2022 - Ending September 16, 2023

The Department of computer Science (DXS) University of Ghana is holding intensive Eight-Week (8) professional certificate courses which are open to Senior High School Graduates, Tertiary Students, Graduates, Workers and the General Public.

 

Please see below for more details.

 

 

 

INFORMATION SESSION FOR UG ADMISSIONS

Starting September 15, 2022 - Ending September 15, 2023

 

Do you have a Cambridge A-Level, International Baccalaureate (IB) or an American Grade 12 qualification? 

Are you interested in enrolling at the University of Ghana? 

Join our Online Information Session to get answers to all your admission enquiries. 

 

Date: 28th September 2022 

Time: 4:00 p.m. 

Venue Online via Teams  

CLICK HERE TO JOIN IN THE INFORMATION SESSION 

 

 

 

 

 

Invitation to Gender and Information Ecosystems in Climate Change Adaptation Report Dissemination Event

Starting September 13, 2022 - Ending September 13, 2023

INVITATION TO GENDER AND INFORMATION ECOSYSTEMS IN CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION REPORT DISSEMINATION EVENT

The University Community is invited to the Gender and Information Ecosystems in Climate Change Adaptation (A QR-GCRF research project funded by Research England/University of Leeds) research dissemination event.  

The event will feature a Presentation and Discussion of the Project Report from 2020 to 2021 Fieldwork in Ghana and Kenya

Lead Researchers:  

  • University of Ghana: Professor Audrey Gadzekpo, Dr Gilbert Tieetah
  • University of Leeds: Professor Chris Paterson , Dr Lata Narayanaswamy, Professor Lee Edwards 
  • University of Nairobi: Dr Jacinta Maweu Mwende,  Dr Silas Oriaso Odongo  

 

 

The details are as follows: 

Date: 22nd of September 2022 

Time: 10 am 

You are invited to join virtually via the link below: 

Zoom Link: https://universityofleeds.zoom.us/j/87121894933

 

Please click on the following link for the full event announcement 

 

 

 

PROVOST’S PUBLICATION AWARDS IN THE HUMANITIES

Starting September 8, 2022 - Ending September 8, 2023

PROVOST’S PUBLICATION AWARDS IN THE HUMANITIES

The Provost of the College of Humanities invites all Faculty and Doctoral Students within the College to submit entries for the 2022 Provost’s Publication Awards. The Awards form part of efforts to strengthen and support research culture within the College of Humanities, while providing opportunity for doctoral students and researchers to showcase their work.

 

Categories of Awards for the 2022 Awards

1. Publication Awards Categories

  1. Early-Career Best Published Work: 2 Awards
  2. Mid-Career Best Published Work: 2 Awards
  3. Late-Career Best Published Work: 2 Awards

 

2. Overall Best Researcher

 

3. Doctoral Students’ Awards Categories

  1. PhD Year Two – 2 Awards
  2. PhD Year Three – 2 Awards
  3. PhD Year Four – 2 Awards

 

Eligibility Criteria

Early-Career Best Published Work: Lecturers/Research Fellows affiliated with any unit of the College of Humanities, who have been in the service of the University of Ghana, Legon, for not more than five years prior to the date of submission of the application.

 

Mid-Career Best Published Work: Senior Lecturers/Senior Research Fellows/Associate Professors in the College of Humanities who have been in the service of the University of Ghana for a total of not more than ten years.

 

Late-Career Best Published Work: Professors/Associate Professors in the College of Humanities who have been in the service of the University of Ghana for not more than 15 years.

 

Overall Best Researcher:

a) Open to all categories of Faculty

b) This would be based upon a distinguished record in research, publication or creative works.

 

Doctoral Students’ Awards Categories: Registered PhD candidates within the College of Humanities, University of Ghana, recognized prior to the date of application submission.

 

The Quality of submissions of scholarly works or research for the awards will be assessed based on:

i. Methodological rigour

ii. Innovations / creativity in a discipline/disciplinary breakthrough

iii. Potential impact on national development/policy

iv. Funding potential

 

 

Application Information

  1. Applicants should choose one publication only to submit for an award category.
  2. Either sole authored or co-authored publications (with applicant being the lead author) are eligible.
  3. Only works published from 2020 to date are eligible for submission.
  4. Acceptable publication formats include, scholarly book, research work, monograph, journal article, fiction, poetry, or publicly performed creative works including theatrical play, musical composition, and choreographed dance production.
  5. Doctoral candidates are to submit copies of their transcripts; and any published work or accepted work in queue for publication (if applicable). For accepted work, kindly provide evidence/letter of acceptance for the publication.

 

All materials submitted for assessment should be provided in triplicate (as hard copy) in photocopy or offprint form—materials once submitted will not be returned to the applicant. The application package should include a cover letter and a single page truncated version of the applicant’s curriculum vitae including current contact details.

 

The application materials should be addressed and delivered to:

Mr. Elisha Kyirem

Secretary, College of Humanities Research Board

College of Humanities Secretariat, International House, Second Floor

Tel: 0240580044

ekyirem@ug.edu.gh

 

Deadline for Submissions: Tuesday, September 20, 2022

 

Accreditation of Programmes at the University of Ghana

Starting September 8, 2022 - Ending September 8, 2023

ACCREDITATION OF PROGRAMMES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA 

Management of the University of Ghana has noted various media statements in the past week, regarding the status of accreditation of programmes run by the University. These statements are based on the 2020 Auditor-General’s report. 

Management reassures the University community and all our stakeholders that the majority of programmes currently being run at the University, at both undergraduate and graduate level are either fully accredited, or in the process of having their accreditation renewed. The University has been working closely with the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC), to streamline processes in both institutions to ensure that all programmes in the University are restored to good standing within the shortest possible time, and also to rework the structures and procedures for accreditation of programmes. Key developments in this regard are the establishment of a desk in the Office of the Registrar dedicated to accreditation-related matters, as well as continued work towards the automation of accreditation processes.  

We assure our students and former students, as well as all stakeholders that all certificates issued by the University of Ghana remain valid, and we commit to work towards regularizing the accreditation status of all our programmes in the short term, and working towards streamlining and automating the accreditation system in the long term.

 

Registrar 

 

 

Distribution

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College International Programmes Coordinator Position

Starting September 8, 2022 - Ending September 8, 2023

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

VACANCY FOR COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMMES COORDINATOR POSITION AT EACH COLLEGE

Following the approval of the University of Ghana’s Internationalisation Strategy by the Business and Executive Committee (BEC), Senior Management of the University of Ghana has also given approval for colleges to appoint College International Programmes Coordinators (CIPC) in accordance with the Strategy.

 

POSITION: College International Programmes Coordinator

REPORTING TO: Provost of the relevant College

THE ROLE:

College International Programmes Coordinators (CIPC) shall have responsibility for:

a)     The development and implementation of the College's internationalisation strategy in line with the University of Ghana Internationalisation Strategy;

b)     The promotion, facilitation and co-ordination of internationalisation activities at the College level;

c)     Support/Work with the International Programmes Office (IPO) in other aspects of the University's external relations activity, including international student recruitment, admissions, marketing, communications and alumni relations and development at the college level;

d)     Leading their colleges to further strengthen international competitiveness of the college, promote the college academic programs abroad, and work with IPO Recruitment Officers to drive international student recruitment and admissions in a bid to achieve a 10 percent international enrolment quota for the college;

e)     Supporting the Provost and College Secretary in setting standards and ensuring effective global engagement to promote the international reputation of the College;

f)      Supporting IPO in administering collaborative agreements with the College’s external partners;

g)     Promoting strategic partnerships between the College, other universities abroad, relevant industries and the business community around the globe;

h)     Promoting and ensuring full participation of the college in all internationalisation activities;

i)       Serving as a member of the Management Committee of IPO as envisaged by the University of Ghana Internationalisation Strategy; and,

j)       The preparation of annual reports on internationalisation activities in the College for the consideration of the Management Committee of IPO.

 

DUTIES

The appointment of Coordinators, beyond serving as a member of the Management Committee at IPO and a member of the Internationalisation Strategy Committee, will focus on achieving specific targets for the college as outlined in the University of Ghana Strategy for Internationalisation and ensure consistent improvement in its relationship with external stakeholders in line with the fast-evolving and highly competitive global higher education environment.

 

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

 

The College International Programmes Coordinator must:

1.  Be a Senior Lecturer or higher rank and a member of the relevant College;

2.  Be well-versed in international and global engagement drive in higher education, particularly the University of Ghana Internationalisation Strategy; and,

3.  Possess an appreciable level of international exposure as faculty in the higher education environment.

 

TENURE OF APPOINTMENT

The College International Programme Coordinator shall serve an initial term of two years which is renewable for another term of two years only.

 

METHOD OF APPLICATION

An applicant is required to submit an application pack to the Senior Assistant Registrar, International Programmes Office, University of Ghana, P. O. Box LG586, Legon, Accra, Ghana (Hardcopy) or arip@ug.edu.gh (Soft Copy).

 The application pack should contain the following:    

i.   Completed application form for College International Programmes Coordinator position.

ii. An up-to-date Curriculum Vitae with supporting educational and professional certificates.

iii. A statement of motivation and vision of not more than two pages.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

 

CLOSING DATE

Applications should reach the Senior Assistant Registrar not later than 30th September, 2022.

 

Short Courses: School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Starting September 6, 2022 - Ending September 6, 2023

SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, LEGON

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF SHORT COURSE

 

The Department of Chemistry in the University of Ghana is organizing a short course on Quality Control and Assurance in Pharmaceutical and Herbal Products.

 

The course aims to equip stakeholders with knowledge and skills in pharmaceutical and herbal product manufacturing processes, including sampling, processing, distribution and quality assurance. The course will also include innovation, research, standardization and regulations on these products.

 

Objectives

The general goal of this course is to provide fundamental knowledge in good manufacturing practices among pharmaceutical and herbal industry practitioners and consumers who want to arm themselves with knowledge in these industries. At the end of the course, participants would be able to:

  • Identify substandard products using visuals and other organoleptic processes.
  • Explain the principles of GMP in the drugs and food industry.
  • Identify factors that lead facilitate food and drug spoilage.
  • Acquire skills in basic Quality Control (Q.C.) and Quality Assurance (Q.A.).
  • Analyze and interpret data from advanced instrumental methods in Q.C. and Q.A.
  • Develop standard operating procedures for their operations.

 

Target Groups:

Pharmacists, pharmacy assistants, technicians and technologists, pharmaceutical manufacturers, herbal medicine practitioners, pharmaceutical and herbal medicine regulators, and quality control personnel in the manufacturing industry.

 

Course Description

The course is designed to provide a comprehensive knowledge of all relevant Q.A. and Q.C. procedures needed for the manufacture of quality medicinal products. It would involve the study of the World Health Organisation (WHO) total quality management in pharmaceutical and herbal manufacture, practical applications of modern technologies used in quality control and assurance, hazard and risk analysis of pharmaceutical and herbal products, packaging, good distribution practices and the regulation.

 

Duration/Mode of Instruction

The course will be delivered over a period of four (4) weekends through engaging face-to-face lectures and practical sessions.

 

Course Fee: GHS 1,600 per participant

The full course fee should be paid a week before the start of the course.

 

Bank details:

Account Name: College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Bank Account Number: 0160094485315601

Branch: University of Ghana, Legon

 

For further information on the courses, invoices and any other enquiries, kindly contact,

The Department of Chemistry

P.O. Box L.G. 56

University of Ghana, Legon.

Telephone: 0559553796

Email: chemdept@ug.edu.gh

 

Course start date: 5th November, 2022.

 

Deadline for Application: 14th October 2022.

 

SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, LEGON

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF SHORT COURSE

 

The Department of Earth Science in the University of Ghana is organizing a short course in: Applied Numerical Groundwater Modeling: Fundamental Aspects

 

Objectives

The goal of this course is to provide detailed, step-by-step training on applied groundwater modeling to meet the needs of groundwater managers, practicing hydrogeologists, environmental scientists/ managers, and policy makers, amongst others. The specific objectives of the course are to provide practical training on the:

  • fundamental principles and governing laws on groundwater modeling;
  • data requirements for a reasonably good numerical model;
  • conceptualization of a domain and its relevance towards developing a good model;
  • model development process – finite difference and finite element approaches;
  • model calibration and validation processes and sensitivity analysis;
  • scenario development and analysis.

 

Target Groups

The course is designed to meet the needs of professionals in the following broad areas:

  • Environmental Science/management;
  • Mining and mineral exploration;
  • Hydrogeology and (ground) water resources management;
  • Policy-makers in government ministries, Non-Governmental Organizations;
  • Environmental/Civil Engineering;
  • Related disciplines.

 

Course Description and Content

Module 1 – Fundamental Principles

This module will treat the fundamental principles and the relevance of numerical models. It will focus on the governing physical equations, the assumptions, and the myths about groundwater modeling. The specific topics to be treated include:

  • Overview of basic concepts and principles of groundwater flow;
  • The purpose of modeling;
  • Categories of models and their applications;
  • Governing Equations for applied groundwater modeling, and assumptions;
  • Limitations of numerical models;
  • Ethics of modeling;
  • Modeling Workflow.

 

 

Module 2 – Conceptual Model Development

It is a known fact in modeling that a numerical model is as good as the conceptual model from which it has been developed. A good numerical model must have been properly conceptualized based on sound field data. This module will treat the rudiments of conceptual model development, the data requirements, and the limitations. The following topics will be treated:

  • Data requirements for developing a representative conceptual model;
  • Components of a numerical model;
  • Conceptualizing model domain boundaries;
  • Developing the hydrostratigraphy from various geological and geological datasets;
  • Conceptualizing recharge and other sources;
  • Characterization of relationship between surface and subsurface flow components;
  • Characterization of various sink types;
  • Conceptualizing unique geological structures.

 

Module 3: Mathematical Foundation and the Numerical Code

All numerical models are based on a set of equations formulated on the basis of physical principles. In the case of numerical groundwater models, the central principle is the Darcy law. Understanding the basic mathematical foundation of a numerical model and the related assumptions is critical to proper selection of an appropriate numerical code for a particular application. Knowing the mathematical basis of the numerical codes is an important component of an applied groundwater modelling course.  This module will therefore treat:

  • Derivation of governing equations; assumptions;
  • Boundary conditions – mathematical formulation and assumptions underlying the main boundary condition types;
  • Finite difference codes;
  • Finite element codes;
  • Code selection;
  • Code Execution;
  • Common Mistakes/Errors.

 

Module 4: Numerical Model Development

Having developed a good conceptual model based on the best available data, the next stage is to convert the conceptual model into a numerical model. Understanding the various available codes and their underlying assumptions, and clearly understanding the objectives of the modelling endeavor are critical towards developing a good numerical model from a good conceptual model. The Modules 1, 2, and 3 are essential pre-requisites to this module. This module will entail the following components:

  • Spatial discretization
  1. Two dimensional models
  2. Three dimensional models
  3. Setting model layers

 

  • Selecting and implementing appropriate boundary conditions
  1. Two main types of boundaries: physical and hydraulic boundaries
  2. Head – dependent boundary conditions
  3. Specified head boundary conditions
  4. Specified flux boundary conditions
  5. Determining local area boundary conditions based on a regional model

 

 

Module 5: Model Calibration and Validation

It is only calibrated and validated models that can be used for scenario analysis to facilitate decision making processes. A model that has been set up (under steady state or transient state conditions) must be calibrated by adjusting the data of the input parameters until the model computer data satisfactorily matches the field monitored data of the hydraulic head, flow etc. This module will treat:

  • Material property parameters
  • Hydrologic parameters
  • Assigning parameters to model layers
  • Calibration targets
  • Manual calibration
  • Parameter Estimation
  • Stabilizing parameter estimation
  • Steady state calibration
  • Transient state calibration
  • Model validation

 

Module 6. Forecasting and Uncertainty Analysis

The objective of most modelling assignments is for forecasting the impacts of various management scenarios together with natural fluctuations in climatic conditions. In the process of undertaking model forecasts, it is important to assess the level of uncertainty so that the results are placed in the appropriate context. The components of this module are:

  • Setting up model forecasting scenarios
  • Basic Uncertainty analysis
  • Uncertainty analysis using multiple conceptual models
  • Reporting model uncertainty as part of the forecasting
  • Evaluating model forecasts

 

Mode of Instruction

The course will be taught in 6 inter-related modules. Patrons may choose modules that meet their specific needs. However, it is strongly recommended that patrons subscribe to all 6 modules in order to achieve optimum benefits from the training. The Department of Earth Science has, through several external funded projects, has procured the requisite software for practical training on all aspects of numerical groundwater modeling. A blended approach of virtual and physical meetings will used to achieve the objectives of each of the models.

 

Entry Requirements

A background in Geology, Earth Science, Civil Engineering, or related fields.

 

Duration

Six full weekends

 

Course Fee: GHS 3,000.00

The full course fee should be paid a week before the start of the course.

 

Bank details:

Account Name: College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Bank Account Number: 0160094485315601

Branch: University of Ghana, Legon

 

For further information on the courses, invoices and any other enquiries, kindly contact,

The Department of Earth Science

University of Ghana

P.O. Box LG 58

Legon.

 

Tel: 0244901486 / 0302514041

Email: earthscience@ug.edu.gh

 

Deadline for Application: 14th October, 2022

Course Start Date: 5th November, 2022

 

 

SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, LEGON

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF SHORT COURSE

 

The Department of Earth Science of the University of Ghana is organizing a short course in Applied Geophysics.

 

Objectives

The goal of this course is to provide detailed, step-by-step training in applied geophysics to meet the needs of geophysicists in general, and particularly non-geophysicists who utilises the principles of geophysics in their day-to-day activities. These include exploration and engineering geologists, hydrogeologists, environmentalists, and policy-makers, amongst others. The specific objectives of the course are to provide practical training on the:

  • fundamental principles of various methods in applied geophysics.
  • requirements for geophysical data acquisition.
  • routine stages in geophysical data processing and analysis.
  • geophysical data modelling.
  • geophysical data interpretation.
  • remote sensing and geographic information system skills.

 

Target Groups

The course is designed to meet the needs of the following professionals:

  • Mining and Mineral Exploration Geologists
  • Engineering Geologists and Hydrogeologists
  • Environmentalists, Archaeologists and Forensic Scientists, and
  • Professionals in related disciplines, including graduates wishing to improve on their practical knowledge in Applied Geophysics.

 

Course Description and Content

Module 1 – Frameworks of Typical Geophysical Surveys

 

Course Description

Geophysics plays a very important role in helping solve resource exploration, environmental, or geotechnical problems. This course outlines a seven-step framework required for the effective application of geophysics and, the corresponding due diligence considered necessary for successful execution of typical geophysical surveys.

 

Course Outline

This module relating to the frameworks of typical geophysical surveys will cover General Geophysical Projects Setups, Roles of Physical Property Contrast, Types of Surveys, Routines of Data Processing, Fundamentals of Data Interpretation and Synthesis.

 

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, it is anticipated that participants will be able to:

  • Appreciate project objectives,
  • Understand how physical property contrasts control geophysical applications.
  • Know survey types
  • Understand the process of generating good quality field data
  • Acquire the skills of data filtering ad modelling
  • Translate acquired geophysical datasets into meaningful information for client’s assimilation.

 

Module 2 – Electrical Resistivity, Induced Polarization and Electromagnetic Methods

Course Description

The course gives a comprehensive overview of Electrical Resistivity, Induced Polarization, and Electromagnetic Methods with emphasis on understanding the guiding principles, proper data acquisition and processing, and finally, interpretation based on geologic concepts.

 

Course Outline

  • The emphasis of the course will be based on best field practice for data acquisition; Data Processing and Analysis; Interpretation for each of the methods in this model

 

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, it is anticipated that participants will be able to:

  • Understand the fundamental principles governing the Electrical Resistivity, Induced Polarization and Electromagnetic methods; and identify the advantages, limitations and challenges associated with each of these methods.
  • Generate appropriate models for data analysis necessary for addressing relevant problems associated with groundwater exploration for the purpose of borehole siting and water table mapping; mineral exploration, foundation investigation, landfill sites assessment as well as ground conductivity mapping
  • Integrate results from the different methods for effective characterization of the subsurface.

 

Module 3 – Gravity, Magnetics and Magnetotellurics

Course Description

This module introduces participants to how the natural fields of the earth can be used particularly in mineral exploration. Gravity and Magnetics data analysis are essential and cost-effective components of an integrated geoscience interpretation project, providing crucial insight into participants areas of interest in order to help minimise exploration risk. Magnetotellurics (MT) also uses natural time variations of the earth’s magnetic and electric fields to measure the electrical resistivity of the subsurface. Measuring the electrical resistivity of rocks and minerals provides the means to understand geological structures and processes which can be explored in the areas of resistivity assessment of Earth materials and associated factors such as rock composition, porosity and permeability as well as rock fluid composition.

 

Course Outline

  • Spanning over a five-weekend duration, the course will comprise a series of lectures on data acquisition, data processing and interpretation as well as outdoor-field sessions.

 

Course Objectives

This module provides the participants with the skills to:

  • Choose the correct data or acquisition programme to suit their requirements
  • Understand the fundamental links between geology and gravity, magnetic and MT responses.
  • Use gravity and magnetic data to create advanced derivatives to address specific problems. principles governing the various geophysical methods as well as the best practice guidelines for various geophysical investigations.
  • Apply the techniques learnt in a balanced and integrated exploration workflow.

 

Module 4 – Seismic Refraction and Multichannel Analysis of Surface Waves

Course Description

The Seismic Refraction (SR) and Multichannel Analysis of Surface Waves (MASW) methods play significant roles in assessing the suitability of the subsurface earmarked for engineered structures such as roads, dams, bridges, multi-storey buildings, as well as the delineation of groundwater table and the mapping of weathered-fresh rock layer interface, etc., by providing information on soil/rock competencies, faults/fractures and depths. The module introduces the most important theoretical and practical aspects of both methods for investigating the surface particularly for the purpose of foundation investigations with emphasis on understanding the guiding principles, proper data acquisition and processing, and finally interpretation based on geologic concepts.

 

Course Outline

  • This module is designed to take participants through the rudiments of good quality data acquisition, hands-on training in seismic software data processing and modelling.

 

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, it is anticipated that participants will be able to:

  • Recognize and distinguish between body and surface wave components on raw seismic data
  • Perform basic raw data analysis and processing to delineate subsurface seismic properties such as velocities and depths
  • Generate dispersion curves from surface waves record,
  • Evaluate the applicability of the two methods for shear waves velocities and elastic moduli estimation.
  • Produce 2D seismic tomography models for subsurface geological interpretation.

 

Module 5 -Borehole Geophysics

Course Description

The course gives a comprehensive overview of borehole geophysics with applications for the groundwater, mineral exploration, and petroleum industries. The course will look at the measurement of various parameters downhole and guide participants through geologic based interpretations of the data.

 

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, participants shall be able to:

  • Design and carry out appropriate borehole geophysical campaigns especially for the groundwater and mineral exploration sectors.
  • Understand the geological application of various logs, i.e., SP, resistivity, and gamma
  • Identify lithologies using an integrated interpretation approach
  • Correlate adjacent wells and interpret the depositional environments
  • Create a fence diagram or a 2D diagram of the subsurface based on borehole log interpretations

 

Course Outline

  • Introduction and designing a well logging data collection campaign
  • Acquisition, processing, and analyses of data from lithology logs (SP, Gamma, etc.) and Resistivity logs (Induction logs, etc.)
  • Interpretation of logs (lithologic and stratigraphic interpretations, well log correlations, etc.).
  • Application of well log data and Case Histories

 

Module 6 – Remote Sensing & GIS Applications in Earth Science

Course Description

Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System technology have in recent times become an integral part of earth science exploration activities. This module integrates the use of digital technology with an earth science perspective and aims at introducing participants with earth sciences backgrounds to remote sensing and GIS applications using an open-source GIS programme, Q-GIS. Participants will study the geological environments and mineral resources using satellite image analysis and its geological applications including:

  • GIS as a decision-making tool e.g., for vulnerability assessment.
  • Satellite, e.g., Landsat data analysis.
  • Image enhancement and classification.
  • Information extraction.

 

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the components of GIS.
  • GIS data capture, management, analysis, and transformation.
  • Map creation and, data display and analyses (vector, raster, geological, geochemical, hydrogeological, geophysical, etc.)
  • Satellite remote sensing fundamentals, Imagery types and analysis.
  • Introduction to Q-GIS.
  • Landsat image processing, classification, and information extraction in Q-GIS.
  • Integration of remote sensing data and GIS for groundwater vulnerability studies and mineral prospectivity mapping.

 

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, it is anticipated that participants will be able to:

  • Generate spatial and attribute data.
  • Perform basic analysis on and transform of any geospatial based dataset.
  • Understand the structure of earth science database system.
  • Understand the concept of GIS as a decision management system
  • Perform fundamental analysis and make basic interpretation of Landsat satellite image.
  • Conduct decision making analysis from remote sensing and GIS datasets.

 

Mode of Instruction

The course will be taught in six different modules, grouped as Frameworks of Typical Geophysical Surveys, Electrical Resistivity, Induced Polarization and Electromagnetic Methods, Gravity, Magnetics and Magnetotellurics, Seismic Refraction and Multichannel Analysis of Surface Waves, Remote Sensing & GIS Applications in Earth Science and Borehole Geophysics. The course will mostly be practical oriented, with participants spending most of the time in the field and discussing various case studies and how each method can/ cannot be applied.

 

Entry Requirements

A background in Geology, Earth Science, Civil Engineering, or related fields.

 

Duration

Eight full weekends

 

Course Fee: GHS 5,000.00

The full course fee should be paid a week before the start of the course.

Bank details:

Account Name: College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Bank Account Number: 0160094485315601

Branch: University of Ghana, Legon

 

For further information on the courses, invoices and any other enquiries, kindly contact;

The Department of Earth Science

University of Ghana

P.O. Box LG 58

Legon.

 

Tel: 0244901486 / 0302514041

Email: earthscience@ug.edu.gh

 

Deadline for Application: 14th October, 2022

Course Start Date: 5th November, 2022

SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, LEGON

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF SHORT COURSES

 

The Department of Mathematics of the University of Ghana is organizing a short course for teachers and returning students (catchup course).

 

Objectives: The main goal of this short course is to bridge the gap between what has been learned and what is required in our BSc programme in Mathematics. The idea is to give students the missing materials that can allow them to further their studies in Mathematics or related topics. Students who have been away from the University will also be given the opportunity the revise some courses and learn new ones.

 

Target Groups: SHS teachers, undergraduate students who have completed their programmes of study or not

 

Course Description

The course is made of three modules. Each module comprises four or five main topics built from real analysis, algebra, differential equations, complex analysis and several other advanced undergraduate topics in mathematics. A student can only take one module at a time.

 

Course Content

Module I

  1. Real Analysis I: -Limits-Continuity-Differentiability (including epsilon-delta definition, Rolle, MVT); Elementary Functions; Integrals and Applications (including MVT), sequences and series

 

  1. Vectors and Plane Geometry: Vectors and Coordinate Geometry in the Plane, Complex Numbers, Algebra of Matrices and Determinants, Linear Transformations and Transformations of the Complex Plane, Polar Curves, Coordinate Geometry in 3-Dimension, Vector Product and Triple Products.

 

  1. Differential Equations I: Analytical Techniques for Differential Equations, Differential Forms of 2 and 3 Variables, Exactness and Integrability Conditions, Existence, and Uniqueness of Solutions, Second Order Differential Equations with Variable Coefficients, Reduction of Order, Variation of Parameters and Series Solutions, Singular Points, Orthogonal Sets of Functions, Partial Differential Equations.

 

  1. Introductory Abstract Algebra : Relations On Sets, Partial Order, Groups, Rings, Fields, and Vector Spaces.

Module II

  1. Computational Mathematics: Programming using Python, Solving Mathematical Problems Numerically.

 

  1. Linear Algebra: Spanning Sets, Subspaces, Bases, Linear Maps and Matrices, Inverse Maps, Range Space, Rank and Kernel, Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors, Diagonalization of a Linear Operator, Change of Basis, Diagonalizing Matrices, Bases of Eigenvectors, Symmetric Maps, Quadratic Forms.

 

  1. Calculus of Several Variables: Differentiation and Integration of Functions of Several Variables, Partial Derivative and Directional Derivative, Gradient, Local Extrema, Constrained Extrema, Lagrange Multipliers, Gradient, Divergence and Curl Operators, Line, Surface and Volume Integrals, Green’s Theorem, Divergence Theorem, Stoke’s Theorem. 

 

  1. Real Analysis II: Metric Spaces, Riemann Integrals, Sequences and Series of Functions, Taylor Series, Finite Expansion Of Functions

 

Module III

  1. Analysis in Normed Linear Spaces: Sequences and Series in Normed Linear Spaces, Fixed Point Theorems, Banach And Hilbert Spaces, Linear and Affine Maps Between Normed Linear Spaces, Sequences Spaces.

 

  1. Abstract Algebra: Groups, Cyclic Groups, Permutations, Finite Abelian Groups, Subgroups, Stabilizer-Orbit Theorem, Lagrange’s Theorem, Classifying Groups, Structural Properties of a Group, Cayley’s Theorem, Generating Sets, Direct Products, Cosets.

 

  1. Topology: Topological spaces, Open and Closed Sets, Basis for a Topology, Separation and Countability Properties, Limit Points, Connectedness, Subspace Topology, Homeomorphism, Continuity, Metrizability, Continuity Via Convergent Sequences, Compactness.
  2. Integration Theory and Measure: Algebra of Sets, Measurable Sets and Functions, Lebesgue Spaces, Elementary Inequalities and Mode of Convergence, Product Measures and Fubini’s Theorem, Riemann Integral, Lebesgue Integral and Lebesgue Spaces.

 

  1. Advanced Calculus: Inverse Map Theorem, Implicit Function Theorem, Linear And Affine Maps between Normed Vector Spaces, Limits, Continuity, Tangency of Maps, Derivative as a Linear Map, Component-Wise Differentiation, Partial Derivatives, The Jacobian as the Matrix of a Linear Map, Generalized Mean Value Theorem.

 

Mode of Instruction

Face to face

 

Duration

1st October, 2022 to 31st  October, 2022 .

 

Course Fee: GHC 1500

The full course fee  should be paid a week before the start of the course.

 

Bank details:

Account Name: College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Bank Account Number: 0160094485315601

Branch: University of Ghana, Legon

 

For further information on the courses, invoices and any other enquiries, kindly contact,

The Department of Mathematics

P.O. Box LG 62,

University of Ghana, Legon.

Tel: 0302963673

Email : mathematics@ug.edu.gh

 

Course start date: 1st October, 2022.

Deadline for Application: 25th September, 2022

 

 

SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, LEGON

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF SHORT COURSE

 

The Department of Physics of the University of Ghana is organizing a short course in Microbial Bioenergetics and Biogas Production

 

Objectives

This short course will allow stakeholders in the waste-management space to learn about methods used to design, construct, and operate anaerobic bioreactors as a waste-management strategy and for business creation.

 

Target Groups

Stakeholders in the waste management space.

 

Course Description

In this course, basic understanding of thermodynamics has been applied to microbial responses to environmental change and anaerobic digestion for biogas production. Knowledge gained by participants can be applied to the design, construction and operation of anaerobic bioreactors, as well as business creation in the renewable energy and waste management spaces.

 

Course Content

  1. Overview of the Department of Physics
  2. Renewable energy technologies: the case of biomass
  3. Introduction to bioenergetics
  4. Forms of energy and energy transformation in living systems
  5. Thermodynamics of biological systems
  6. Microbes and how they produce energy
  7. Anaerobic digestion and biogas systems
  8. Design of biogas digesters (small and medium sizes)
  9. Characteristics, properties and applications of biogas
  10. Value proposition of biogas: Sanitation, Energy, Carbon Credit And Waste Management
  11. Introduction to entrepreneurship: creation & management of small business
  12. Workplace communication skills

 

Mode of Instruction

In-person classroom interaction and laboratory sessions

 

Entry Requirements

Basic understanding of SHS General Science or Equivalent

 

Duration

4 days, 4hours/ day.

Monday – Thursday, 9.00 AM – 2.00 PM with a 1 hour break.

 

Course Fee: GHS 500 (Accommodation and Feeding Not Included)

The full course fee  should be paid a week before the start of the course.

Bank details:

Account Name: College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Bank Account Number: 0160094485315601

Branch: University of Ghana, Legon

 

For further information on the courses, invoices and any other enquiries, kindly contact,

The Department of Physics

P.O. Box LG 68,

University of Ghana, Legon.

Tel: 027 718 7964

Email: physics@ug.edu.gh

 

Deadline for Application: September 16, 2022

The Course is scheduled for October 24, 2022 to October 27, 2022

 

 

SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCE

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, LEGON

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF SHORT COURSES

 

The Department of  Physics of the University of Ghana is organizing a short course in X-Ray Data Acquisition and Analysis.

Objectives

This short course will allow students, researchers, and technicians to gain critical knowledge and skills in the theory and practical use of X-ray diffraction, with special emphasis on powder diffraction.

 

Target Groups

Students and researchers in academia and industry who use powder x-ray diffraction as a tool and need an understanding of theory and application.

 

Course Description

This course is geared towards providing a basic understanding of the theory and applications of X-ray powder diffraction. The course will also include hands-on sessions which will take participants through the entire process of sample preparation, data collection, data analysis, and basic Rietveld refinement using Profex with the BGMN core.

Course Content

Introduction to crystalline solids and crystal systems. Wave diffraction and the reciprocal lattice. Structure Factor. Interaction of x-rays with matter. X-ray production and detection. X-ray tube characteristics and operation. Data analysis: search and match, methods of characterization, and basic Rietveld analysis.

Hands-on:

1. Sample preparation for X-ray analysis: powder and thin film

2. Typical reflection setting & sample scanning

Mode of Instruction

In-person classroom interaction and laboratory sessions

 

Duration

DURATION: 6 days, 3 h/day. 3 days/week

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Applicants must have some University-level background in Physics or Chemistry and Mathematics

 

Course Fee: GHS 600 (Accommodation and Feeding Not Included)

 

The full course fee  should be paid a week before the start of the course.

 

Bank details:

Account Name: College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Bank Account Number: 0160094485315601

Branch: University of Ghana, Legon

 

For further information on the courses, invoices and any other enquiries, kindly contact,

The Department of Physics

P.O. Box LG 68,

University of Ghana, Legon.

Tel: 027 718 7964

Email : physics@ug.edu.gh

 

Deadline for Application September 16, 2022

The Course is scheduled for October 24, 2022 to October 27, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ocean Governance Need-Based Capacity Development: Ocean Governance Training Seminar for Public Sector Officials

Starting August 26, 2022 - Ending August 26, 2023

OCEAN GOVERNANCE NEED-BASED CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT: OCEAN GOVERNANCE TRAINING SEMINAR FOR PUBLIC SECTOR OFFICIALS 

 

The University of Ghana School of Law (UGSoL) in collaboration with The University of Ghana Department of Marine and Fisheries Sciences (MAFS) is organising a two-day Ocean Governance Need-Based Capacity Development. This is a Training Seminar for Public Sector Officials funded by The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD)

The training is aimed at supporting the development of Ghana as an ocean-based economy, through building the capacity of public sector officials to enable them develop ocean integrated policies; enhance inter-agency coordination in respect of ocean policies; and to address problems facing Ghana in ocean governance and the implementation of the law of United Nations Convention for the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) and related instruments. 

The training programme will comprise an intensive two-day seminar of in-person training, leading to a certificate of participation for all active attendees. 

Date: 8th-9th September 2022 

Time: 9am-2pm daily 

Venue: University of Ghana School of Law 

Topics: 

  • The United Nations Convention for the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) 
  • Fisheries 
  • Maritime Boundaries 
  • Geology and Seafloor Resources 

 

 

 

 

 

Dismissal Of New York Petition Against The University Of Ghana

Starting August 21, 2022 - Ending August 21, 2023

DISMISSAL OF NEW YORK PETITION AGAINST THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

On August 15, 2022, the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York dismissed a petition filed by Ace American Insurance Company (also known as Chubb)  against  University of  Ghana,  seeking  to  enforce a disputed expert   determination   in   the   sum   of   US$165m.   The  expert determination dated back to 2018, when it was obtained by an entity named CPA Integras GH Investor Limited (“CPA Ghana”). Ace American Insurance Company claimed to have received rights in relation to the determination from CPA  Ghana  by  way  of  an  assignment. This  followed  CPA  Ghana’s termination of the unsuccessful project, commonly referred to as the “Africa Integras Project”, for the construction and operation of a number of lecture halls, a hostel and other facilities at the main campus of the University.

The University welcomes the decision of the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York. The University is now hopeful that the matters and proceedings which remain outstanding in relation to the “Africa Integras Project” can be resolved equitably and finally between all concerned parties.

The  parties are currently  in  negotiations  aimed  at  achieving  amicable settlement.

The University is committed to ensuring that it obtains the best outcome that serves the public interest and the interest of the University.

 

Registrar

 

MSc Computer Science - Evening/Weekend Programme - 2022/2023 Admissions

Starting August 19, 2022 - Ending August 19, 2023

MSc Computer Science - Evening/Weekend Programme

2022/2023 Admissions

 

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

 

 

Programme Duration: One (1) year

Application Deadline: Friday, September 16, 2022

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

The minimum entry is a First Degree in Computing, IT and any relevant field from a recognised University.

 

HOW TO APPLY

A. GHANAIAN APPLICANTS ONLY

Purchase a University of Ghana E-VOUCHER at GH¢200.00 from any of the following banks: Ecobank, Republic Bank, Agricultural Development Bank, GCB Bank, Zenith Bank, Universal Merchant Bank, Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG), Prudential Bank and Fidelity Bank. Visit https://admission.ug.edu.gh/applying/information/steps-purchasing-ug-app...

to access the steps for purchasing UG application voucher via USSD. Visit https://admission.ug.edu.gh/applying/postgraduate/how-apply-graduate-pro... to access the

online application.

B. INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS ONLY

International applicants should NOT buy the E-VOUCHER. International applicants should visit http://admission.ug.edu.gh/fs to access the online application.

International applicants will pay non-refundable application processing fee of US$110.00. This fee can be paid directly or wire transferred into the University of Ghana ECOBANK Account.

Details of the Account are:

Account Name: University of Ghana International Students Fees

Account Number: 2441000716652

Bank Details: Ecobank Ghana Limited, Legon Branch

Swift: ECOCGHAC

Or International Transfer through Ecobank (2441000716652 or 1441000716664)

Or Payment with Credit Card on the GT payment platform

 

FOR FURTHER ENQUIRIES CONTACT:

The Postgraduate Coordinator

Department of Computer Science, UG

P.O. Box LG 163, Legon, Ghana

E-mail: dcs@ug.edu.gh

Website: dcs.ug.edu.gh

Mobile: +233(0)241197511/+233(0)201733552 (8:00am to 5:00pm)

 

Before starting your application, we strongly recommend that you read and review this advertisement carefully together with all relevant information and guidelines for prospective applicants. Please follow carefully all instructions given. Applicants should not send hard copies of documents to the Department. All supporting documents should be scanned and uploaded on the application portal.

 

 

Re-Opening of Portal for Supplementary Re-Sit Registration for First Semester Courses only

Starting August 19, 2022 - Ending August 19, 2023

 

NOTICE: RE-OPENING OF PORTAL FOR SUPPLEMENTARY RE-SIT REGISTRATION FOR FIRST SEMESTER COURSES ONLY

Students are hereby notified that the supplementary re-sit registration portal will be re-opened from Saturday, 20th to Thursday, 25th August 2022.

Undergraduate Students with failed first semester courses should take up this opportunity to register them. 

 

Lydia Anowa Nyako-Danquah (Mrs.)

Director

 

 

 

Distribution

General

 

Cc:

Vice-Chancellor

Pro Vice-Chancellors

Registrar

Provosts

Deans

CITO, UGCS

President, SRC

 

 

 

Call for Applications - TDR Postgraduate Scholarship in Implementation Research

Starting August 19, 2022 - Ending August 19, 2023

The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, School of Public Health at the University of Ghana, invites suitably qualified candidates to apply for a place in a full-time postgraduate programme with a focus on Implementation Research for the 2022–2023 academic year.  

Funding for these full scholarships is from TDR, the UNICEF/UNDP/World Bank/WHO Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (https://tdr.who.int/)

 

Please click here for further details of the call.

 
 
 

Admissions Into The Doctor Of Pharmacy (Pharmd) Top-Up Programme 2022/2023 Academic Year

Starting August 16, 2022 - Ending August 16, 2023

The School of Pharmacy, University of Ghana is inviting applications from qualified applicants for admission into the Doctor of Pharmacy Top-up Programme for the 2022/2023 Academic Year.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

A Bachelor of Pharmacy Degree or other pharmacy degrees from recognized institutions, plus at least three years working experience as a pharmacist, and subject to being a registered pharmacist in Ghana.

 

NATURE OF PROGRAMME AND DURATION

 The PharmD Top-up programme is a 2-year Pharmacy programme which leads to the award of Doctor of Pharmacy Degree. The Programme will begin in February 2023 and will run-on full-time basis. Admitted students into the programme will not be entitled to residential facilities on campus.

 

COST OF APPLICATION FORMS

University of Ghana online application E-VOUCHERS can be obtained by Ghanaian applicants for Two Hundred Ghana Cedis GH¢200.00 at the following banks: Ecobank, Republic Bank, Agricultural Development Bank, GCB Bank, Zenith Bank, Universal Merchant Bank, CBG Bank, Prudential Bank and Fidelity Bank.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Eligible applicants are to complete the application forms online by visiting http://admission.ug.edu.gh/undergrad. In addition, they would be required to upload the following documents online:

·      Scanned copy of pharmacy degree certificate.

·      Scanned copy of pharmacy licensure certificate.

·      A 3-page Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

 

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF FORMS

All online applications should be completed and submitted by Friday October 29, 2022.

For further information please contact vameka@ug.edu.gh / +233 208260595 (Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., excluding public holidays):

Telephone: +233 208260595

Email: vameka@ug.edu.gh

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR PHARMD TOP-UP PROGRAMME 2022/2023 ACADEMIC YEAR

Applicants should take note of the following proposed dates regarding admissions into the Doctor of Pharmacy Top-up Programme:

·      Shortlist of Eligible Candidates – November 14, 2022

·      Registration/Med. Exams. – December 5 – December 19, 2022

·      Orientation on Teaching & Learning Methodologies – January 9 – 30, 2023

·      Lectures Begin – Monday, February 6, 2023

 

A shortlist of suitable applicants will be posted on the UG website. Shortlisted applicants may be called for an interview if necessary.

University Council Decisions on Clashes Between Students of Commonwealth and Mensah Sarbah Halls

Starting August 15, 2022 - Ending August 15, 2023

 

CL.16                                                                                15th August, 2022

 

UNIVERSITY COUNCIL DECISIONS ON CLASHES BETWEEN STUDENTS OF COMMONWEALTH AND MENSAH SARBAH HALLS

The University Council, at its meeting on Thursday, 11th August, 2022, discussed the report of an investigative committee on the clashes between students of Commonwealth and Mensah Sarbah Halls that took place on Friday 5th August and Saturday 6th August 2022. Council also discussed past clashes between students of the two halls, the most recent of which occurred on 5th March, 2022. 

Council noted that clashes between students of the two halls have become progressively more frequent and violent, and stressed the need for urgent action to stop these clashes and ease the tensions between students of the two halls. 

In line with Sections 16 (2) and 22 (1a) of the University of Ghana Act, 2010 (Act 806), and Statute 4 (9)(i) of the University’s statutes, which enjoin the University Council to safeguard the good name and values of the University, and enable the University Council to make arrangements concerning the internal organization of the University which it considers necessary, Council has taken the following decisions:

 

  1. Management of the University should continue to work on measures to interrogate the root and immediate causes of the tensions between students of Commonwealth and Mensah Sarbah Halls and put in place measures to eliminate these. 

Requisite actions should be taken to ensure the success of these measures. 

  1. No events organized by students, should be held for the remainder of the 2021/2022 academic year without the express approval of the Dean of Student Affairs.

  2. Students who are offered places in halls of residence should be made to sign undertakings to be of good behaviour.  

  3. To ensure accountability of hall officials to University authorities, the Vice-Chancellor should appoint key officers in all halls of residence, based on recommendations from the halls, in a similar way that heads of department are appointed. To this end, a standard procedure for the election/appointment of hall officials should be addressed in the ongoing revisions to the University’s Statutes.

  4. The composition of Commonwealth and Mensah Sarbah Halls should be reviewed.

  5. Management of the two affected halls are to be held accountable for their actions and inactions for the persistent riots. 

  6.  The Hall Master and Senior Tutor of Commonwealth Hall have not exhibited sufficient willingness and ability to hold students of the hall accountable for their actions in the recent violent clashes. These officers should therefore, in the interim, be relieved of their duties while management works with the security services to investigate the clashes, and works towards finding lasting solutions to the tensions between students of the two halls.

  7. Commonwealth Hall is to be surcharged with the cost of damages to property in the vicinity of Mensah Sarbah Hall, in the recent clashes.

  8. The Junior Common Room (JCR) Presidents of Commonwealth and Mensah Sarbah Halls should be referred to the Disciplinary Committee for Junior Members, for their actions and inactions leading to and after the riots.

Management is in the process of implementing the decisions of Council, and is providing assistance to the Ghana Police Service in their investigations to identify the perpetrators. The Police are assisting management to ensure that the implementation of these actions does not lead to further rioting, and there is therefore a presence of police officers on the University’s Legon campus.

An online portal has been provided for submission of tips, names, documents, pictures and videos that will help bring the perpetrators of the clashes to book. Information should be submitted to: https://ugra.ug.edu.gh/Commonwealth-Sarbahhotline/#/  

All submissions to the portal will be kept totally anonymous and risk-free, and members of the University community are encouraged to submit any relevant information.

Management assures members of the University community that it will continue to put in place measures to ensure that academic work and other activities proceed smoothly. Management also provides assurance of its commitment to safeguarding peace and stability on all campuses of the University.

 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah (Mrs.)

Registrar

 

Distribution

General

 

cc: Chairperson, University Council

Vice-Chancellor

Pro Vice-Chancellors

Provosts

Dean, Student Affairs

Director, PAD

Legal Counsel

 

 

Call for Applications: GEO Blue Planet 5th Symposium

Starting August 8, 2022 - Ending August 8, 2023

 

Dear all,

Members of the University community are hereby informed of the call for applications for GEO BLUE PLANET 5TH SYMPOSIUM. UG - GMES & Africa Project is a partner and co-hosting the Geo Blue Planet Symposium to be held in Accra between 24 to 28 October, 2022.

For further details please find here a link to the symposium website: https://symposium.geoblueplanet.org/

 

 The ocean and coastal arm of the Group on Earth Observations (GEO), GEO Blue Planet aims to ensure the sustained development, and use of ocean and coastal observations for the benefit of society. These symposiums aim to increase regional linkages, promoting collaboration between stakeholders and the observing community and gathering community feedback on the focus of GEO Blue Planet activities.

For the first time, this signature GEO Blue Planet event will take place in Africa, in Accra, Ghana. This year’s symposium, themed Local Action in Support of Global Traction, is specifically geared towards improving GEO Blue Planet’s engagement with African nations in an effort to expand the Earth Observation (EO) community of practice, strengthen local capacity and provide access to resources, tools and services.

The symposium will feature Plenary Sessions centered around the GEO Blue Planet Core Action Areas of Stakeholder Engagement, Cooperation and Co-design and Capacity Development. It will also feature Ocean and Coastal Observations Tutorials, Thematic Workshops and a highly Interactive Symposium Forum.

Co-organised by the GEO Blue Planet Secretariat (Mercator Ocean International, NOAA and the University of Maryland) and the AIR Centre, this year’s hosts and local organisers are the University of Ghana and University of Energy and Natural Resources in Ghana.

 

 

Notice on clashes between students of Commonwealth and Mensah Sarbah Halls

Starting August 6, 2022 - Ending August 6, 2023

 

CL 16

 

6th August, 2022

 

NOTICE: CLASHES BETWEEN STUDENTS OF COMMONWEALTH AND MENSAH SARBAH HALLS

Management of the University has noted with concern, yet another series of clashes between students of Commonwealth and Mensah Sarbah Halls, which occurred late in the evening of Friday August 5th, and in the early morning hours of Saturday August 6th, 2022.

Management condemns these needless acts of violence that have led to injuries and destruction of property, and calls on students of the two Halls to immediately halt any planned continuation of these acts.

Efforts to identify the perpetrators are ongoing, and those found culpable of breaking national laws or University regulations, will be appropriately sanctioned.

Management assures the University community of its resolve to ensure that academic work and other activities proceed without hindrance, and of its commitment to safeguarding peace and stability on all campuses of the University.

 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah (Mrs.)

Registrar

 

Distribution

General

 

Cc Vice-Chancellor

Pro Vice-Chancellors

Provosts

Dean, Student Affairs

Director, PAD

Hall Masters/Warden

Senior Tutors

 

 

 

Call For Abstracts - Ghana Mental Health Authority - Annual International Research Conference

Starting August 5, 2022 - Ending August 5, 2023

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS 

GHANA MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY

 

ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE 

 

DATES:   WEDNESDAY 26TH –28TH OCTOBER 2022

VENUE:  COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

                 54 AVENUE RIDGE ACCRA 

TIME:     9AM  

THEME: PRIORITIZING MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS RESEARCH IN   GHANA: SUPPORTING A PARADIGM SHIFT 

 

SUBTHEMES

  1. MENTAL HEALTH AND COVID 19 
  2. DRUG USE  
  3. WORKPLACE MENTAL HEALTH 
  4. CHILD ASSESSMENT AND HEALTH  
  5. SELF HARM 
  6. CHILDREN EDUCATION AND MENTAL HEALTH 
  7. MENTAL HEALTH AND AGEING  
  8. MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTION 

 

GUIDELINES FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Abstracts must be maximum 250 words and include the names and affiliations of all authors. Presenting authors’ name must be underlined. Submission of papers must include the title of paper and email of authors presenting the paper(s). 

Submission Process 

Abstracts should be submitted to: mentalhealthconference.gh@gmail.com by 31st August 2022

Additional Information 

Information about registration will be communicated. 

International participants should send their abstract to mentalhealthconference.gh@gmail.comyaw.arthur@mha.gov.gh/

 

For enquiries send email or contact: Sammy +233244746485, Louiza +233543326951  

mentalhealthconference.gh@gmail.com/yaw.arthur@mha.gov.gh/cmkole@ug.edu.gh 

 
 
 

Mature Student Admissions in to Distance Education Programme - 2022/2023 Academic Year

Starting August 3, 2022 - Ending August 3, 2023

 

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

SCHOOL OF CONTINUING AND DISTANCE EDUCATION

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

 

MATURE STUDENT ADMISSIONS INTO

DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMME

2022/2023 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

Registration for the second batch of the University of Ghana mature access course for the 2022/2023 academic year starts on Monday, August 8, 2022. Successful applicants will be admitted into the following Level 100 (Bachelor of Arts) or Diploma Distance Education Programmes based on their performance in the entrance examinations:

Bachelor of Arts subject combinations

· Political Science, Sociology and Information Studies

· Psychology, Sociology and Information Studies

· Adult Education and Human Resource Studies, Psychology, Information Studies

· Accounting, Psychology, Adult Education and Human Resource Studies (for applicants who do very well in Mathematics in the entrance examination)

· Public Administration, Sociology, Information Studies

· Human Resource Management, Psychology, Information Studies

 

Diploma Programmes

· Diploma in Youth and Development

· Diploma in Adult Education

· Diploma in Public Administration

· Diploma in Librarianship

· Diploma in Accounting

 

Entry requirements:

- Applicants must be at least 25 years old at the time of application and show proof of age with birth certificate or any legitimate documentary proof of date of birth which is at least 5 years old.

- Applicants must register for, attend and complete the University of Ghana Access Course and pass the Mature Students’ Entrance Examination conducted by the University.

- Applicants who pass the Entrance Examination must purchase an e-voucher from designated banks to access the UG online application form.

 

The Access Course will be run by the School of Continuing and Distance Education of the College of Education, University of Ghana; at all its Learning Centres across the country.

Applicants should take note of the following:

- Tutorials will be held online through the University Learning Management System (SAKAI).

- The fee for registration, the Access Course and Entrance Examination is GH¢500.00. Please note that the fee is non-refundable.

- Payment for these should be made into UG Learning Centre Account number 1441002010444 at any branch of ECOBANK Ghana Limited.

- Applicants should register online at the University of Ghana Website or through https://apply.ug.edu.gh/admissions/mature.

- Only applicants who pass the entrance examination will be eligible to purchase the e-voucher to access the University’s on-line application form.

 

- The dates for the Access Course are:

Saturday, August 20 – Sunday, August 21, 2022

Saturday, August 27 – Sunday, August 28, 2022 Saturday, September 3 – Sunday, September 4, 2022 Saturday, September 10 – Sunday, September 11, 2022

 

The entrance examination will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2022.

For further information, visit the University’s website: www.ug.edu.gh or contact us on any of the following numbers or email addresses:

 

Contact us:

College Academic Office: 0503899803, 0552996775, 0264410136

Email: coeacademic@ug.edu.gh

Department of Distance Education: 0303938855, 0302956122, Email: dde@ug.edu.gh

 

Accra 0303944582 030 3970282

Tema 024 4818069

Takoradi 0203333233

Kumasi 024 4743510

Sunyani 035 2027153 035 2026734 0244453440

Wa 020 6982380

Tsito/Ho 0201885987 0249528434

 

Koforidua 034 2290824 0243654839 0244771933

Tamale 0244045270

Bolgatanga 020 5191313

Cape Coast 033 2132100

 

Please note that this is the official University of Ghana Mature Access Course. All other advertised courses have not been sanctioned by the University. Only candidates who participate in the official University of Ghana Mature Access Course will be eligible to take the entrance examination.

 

 

 

 

University of Ghana School of Law - Post-First Degree LL.B Evening Programme

Starting August 1, 2022 - Ending August 1, 2023

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA SCHOOL OF LAW

POST-FIRST DEGREE LL.B. EVENING PROGRAMME

ADMISSIONS 2022/2023

DURATION - Three (3) years

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

The minimum entry is a Second Class (Lower Division) Degree in any discipline from a recognized University.

 

HOW TO APPLY

GHANAIAN APPLICANTS ONLY

Purchase a University of Ghana E-VOUCHER at GH¢200.00 from any of the following banks: Ecobank, Republic Bank, Agricultural Development Bank, GCB Bank, Zenith Bank, Universal Merchant Bank, Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG), Prudential Bank and Fidelity Bank. Visit: https://admission.ug.edugh/applying/post-first-degree-law/overview

INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS ONLY

International applicants should NOT buy the E-VOUCHER. International applicants should visit http://admission.ug.edu.gh/fs to access the online application.

International applicants will pay non-refundable application processing fee of US$110.00. This fee can be paid directly or wire transferred into the University of Ghana ECOBANK Account.

Details of the Account are:

Account Name: University of Ghana International Students Fees

Account Number: 2441000716652

Bank Details: Ecobank Ghana Limited, Legon Branch

Swift: ECOCGHAC

Or International Transfer through Ecobank (2441000716652 or 1441000716664)

Or Payment with Credit Card on the GT payment platform

 

FOR FURTHER ENQUIRIES CONTACT:

The School Administrator

University of Ghana School of Law

P.O. Box LG 70, Legon, Ghana E-mail: lawschool@ug.edu.gh

Telephone: 0303963750 (8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m)

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

The DEADLINE for the submission of the online applications is 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, 31st August 2022.

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR

 

Before starting your application, we strongly recommend that you read and review this advertisement carefully together with all relevant information and guidelines for prospective applicants. Please follow carefully all instructions given. Applicants should not send hard copies of documents to the School. All supporting documents should be scanned and uploaded on the application portal.

 

 

Call for Applications - Queen Elizabeth Scholars-West Africa (QES-WA)

Starting August 1, 2022 - Ending August 1, 2023

 

 

 

 

 

6th Annual WACCBIP Research Conference

Starting July 19, 2022 - Ending July 19, 2023

6th Annual WACCBIP Research Conference -  July 20-23, 2022

The 6th annual WACCBIP Research Conference from July 20-22, 2022, will be held in the WACCBIP Conference Hall at the University of Ghana and also streamed online simultaneously via Youtube, Zoom and Facebook. The opening ceremony which starts at 9:00am will be chaired by the Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Prof. Nana Aba Appiah Amfo with special guest of honour, Dr. Anarfi Asamoa-Baah, Presidential Coordinator for Ghana’s COVID-19 Response Programme.

The WACCBIP Research Conference is an annual showcase of world-class research conducted by WACCBIP fellows and members of the Centre’s international faculty drawn from prestigious institutions worldwide. In line with the theme “Building Forward: Elevating African Research Innovation and Output”, this year’s conference features keynote addresses from global research leaders including Professor Nadia Sam-Agudu, Senior Technical Advisor for Pediatric and Adolescent HIV at the Institute of Human Virology Nigeria (IHVN), and an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Institute of Human Virology, University of Maryland School of Medicine, USA; Dr. Peter Quashie, Deputy Director, Research and Senior Research Fellow at WACCBIP; and Dr. Bismarck Dinko, Senior Lecturer, Department of Biomedical Sciences, School of Basic and Biomedical Sciences, University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ho.

WACCBIP has one of the biggest biomedical research training programmes in West Africa, and we are supported by the Government of Ghana through the World Bank African Centres of Excellence project and Wellcome through the DELTAS Africa initiative.  Since its establishment in 2014, WACCBIP has provided fellowships to 182 Master’s students, 102 PhD students, and 29 Postdoctoral fellows from 15 different African countries. WACCBIP’s research has contributed significantly to the response to the current COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana through the generation of real-time data on genomic sequencing and sero-prevalence studies. This work has provided key information on the prevalence of COVID-19 and the distribution of SARS-CoV-2 variants to better inform public health interventions, including infection control measures and vaccine deployment. 

The three-day conference provides a valuable opportunity to create direct pathways for the young scientists trained at the Centre to connect with world-renowned scientists and industry professionals. The conference will also showcase new scientific knowledge and novel applications of technology, which could lead to the development of new disease diagnostic tools, drugs, and vaccines. The conference will include both in-person and live virtual/online streaming presentations and will attract more than 350 participants from top research institutions & industries in Africa, Europe, and the U.S.A.

 
 
 

IAU Connecting Accra Project

Starting July 12, 2022 - Ending July 12, 2023

The Office of Research, Innovation, and Development, of the University of Ghana in partnership with Impact Hub Accra and Imperial College London, with support from the British Council, is ending this year's "Innovation for African Universities Program,” dubbed “Connecting Accra Project.” The programme has been resident at the University of Ghana Business School Innovation and Incubation Hub (The UGBS NEST) since its launch in May 2022. The initiative has helped students to build viable products and services, and also developed transformational business models for the future through technical assistance to refine business ideas.

 

Connecting Accra Project provided an opportunity for the Office of Research, Innovation, and Development to respond to the needs of student innovators and their personal and professional development. The programme aimed to empower students to engage in creativity, purposeful play, and innovation as preparation for engaged, global citizenship that addresses the world’s big challenges. It quickly became a place where over 100 students comprising 18 teams applied their studies and interests to real-world problems and created business solutions to succeed beyond the University.

The teams have created mainly digital businesses in some major industries, including:

  • Agriculture (Agrimercarb, Agronomy, Agrotecknika, Black Onyx Pig Farm, Cartagro Africa, Feathery Care, Pigarty, Reality Hennery, Silo, Stefarms)
  • Beauty (Salon Jet)
  • Education (Nubuake Companies Limited) 
  • Finance (Mam Ne Fo)
  • Healthcare (Calme)
  • Real Estate (Acomod8,HostelGig)
  • Security (Fihankra Comtech LLC.)
  • Transport (Trotro)

The benefits for participants include personalized education and coaching through advisors, classes, operational support for legal and financial options, and guidance on grant opportunities. There is also an opportunity for the top three emerging winners to receive a Startup Mentorship package from Impact Hub.

 

Join us for the upcoming finale, where the top three teams will pitch their ideas to a live audience at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 27, 2022. The venue is the ISSER Conference Center, University of Ghana.

For further information, visit the University of Ghana Office of Research, Innovation and Development website (orid.ug.edu.gh) or contact (iih@ug.edu.gh).

 

 

 

 

 

 

JULY 2022 CONGREGATION

Starting July 12, 2022 - Ending July 12, 2023

JULY 2022 CONGREGATION 

University of Ghana announces that a Congregation Ceremony will be held for graduate students from the School of Graduate Studies and undergraduate students from the University of Ghana Medical School and the University of Ghana Dental School, who completed their programmes of study during the 2021/2022 academic year as follows:

 

Date: Friday, 29th July, 2022 

Time: 2:00 p.m. 

Venue: Forecourt of the Great Hall (A.A. Kwapong Quadrangle)

 

Accordingly, students who have completed their programmes of study and wish to be presented during the July 2022 Congregation Ceremony are required to take note of the following:

  1. Check to confirm that their names appear on the list of graduating students.

 

  1. Ensure that all outstanding financial obligations to the University have been fulfilled.

 

  1. Register online from July 13 – 27, 2022.

 

  1. Graduands are required to pay a graduation fee of GH₵300

 

  1. The following modes of payment are available:
  2. Payment may be made through Mobile Money, Visa/MasterCard enabled Debit/Credit cards on the Congregation registration portal.
  3. At any branch of Ecobank Ghana Limited

 

Detailed information on payment and the registration process can be found at: https://www.ug.edu.gh/congregation

List of graduands to be presented at the July 2022 Congregation Ceremony will be available on the University’s website at: https://www.ug.edu.gh

Graduating students should note the following:

  • In order to avoid traffic congestion on the day of congregation, a park and ride arrangement will be in place, with shuttle buses available to convey graduating students to the venue and back to designated parking areas after the ceremony.
  • Only graduating students will be allowed entry to the Great Hall and its vicinity. Family and friends of graduating students may follow proceedings online.
  • There are to be no parties on lawns and other open spaces on campus after the ceremony.
  • Arrangements for the collection of certificates will be announced in due course.

All COVID-19 protocols shall be strictly observed.

 

                                                            REGISTRAR

 

 

 

University of Ghana Transcript Request System

Starting July 1, 2022 - Ending July 1, 2023

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA TRANSCRIPT REQUEST SYSTEM

The University community is hereby informed that as part of the University’s endeavour to enhance students’ experience through digitalisation, a University of Ghana Transcript Request System has been developed.  This system enables current students and alumni to request for official copies of their academic transcripts online.

This can be accessed on the “REQUEST/PAY FOR TRANSCRIPT” button on the dashboard of the Students Services Portal (STS):

https://sts.ug.edu.gh/services/login.

Kindly find attached the manual guiding the entire process. The transcript fees have been revised and approved, and can be found at the end of the manual.

The online system will run in tandem with current in-person requests made at the Cash Office until 31st July 2022, following which the mode of request will be restricted to the system.

 

 

Lydia Anowa Nyako-Danquah (Mrs.)

Director

Academic Affairs Directorate

 

DISTRIBUTION

General

 

cc:     Head, Students Services and Records Unit, (Academic Affairs Directorate)

 

 

 

Request for Proposals for Selection of Firms to Supply Souvenirs for UG@75 Celebrations

Starting June 28, 2022 - Ending June 28, 2023

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

FOR

SELECTION OF FIRMS TO SUPPLY SOUVENIRS FOR UG@75 CELEBRATIONS

(GR/UG/UG@75/RFP/001/22)

 

  1. BACKGROUND:

In 2023, the University of Ghana will be celebrating its 75th anniversary. The year-long anniversary is aimed at celebrating the University’s achievements and perseverance through years of unprecedented change. The theme for the 75th anniversary celebration, ‘Nurturing Resilience: Adopting Technology, Embracing Humanism’ is borne from the vision of the Vice-Chancellor, which also takes its direction from the University’s vision, and from the multiple and rapid changes occurring in Africa and our global world today, especially in higher education. 

  1. CONTEXT:
  1. The University of Ghana is inviting registered Firms in Ghana who specialise in the production and sale of the following souvenirs to sell to University of Ghana Students, Faculty and Staff as part of the UG@75 Celebrations. The suggested souvenirs and the anticipated quantities are listed in Table 1 below. The University is however open to other ideas in that regard. It is worthy of note that the University of Ghana will not guarantee the sales.

Table 1: Types of Souvenirs and anticipated quantities

NO.

ITEM DESCRIPTION (TYPE OF SOUVENIR)

 

MINIMUM QUANTITY

UNIT OF MEASURE

1.

Wax print cloth

60,000

Yards

2.

Polo shirt (grade 1)

10,000

pcs

3.

Polo shirt (grade 2)

20,000

pcs

4.

T shirt

20,000

Pcs

5.

Caps

10,000

Pcs

6.

Mugs

5,000

pcs

7.

Executive pens

5,000

pcs

8.

Keyholders

20,000

pcs

9.

Pendrive(32G)

1,000

pcs

10.

Pendants

5,000

pcs

11.

Pennants

10,000

pcs

12.

Gift bags (paper)

10,000

pcs

13.

Gift bags (fabric)

2,5000

pcs

14.

umbrella

2,000

pcs

15.

stickers

10,000

pcs

  1. The recommended firm at the end of the process would be engaged to arrange the sale and distribution of the souvenirs during the UG@75 celebrations.
  2. The University of Ghana shall be entitled to a percentage of gross revenue from sales to be made by the recommended firm as agreed or any other arrangement that the University may decide following consultations and negotiations with the selected firm.

 

  1. THE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL PROCESS:

The process for the selection of firms shall be as follows: 

  1. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

NB:  This is applicable to only Ghanaian registered firms.

The invitation for Request for Proposal is open to all eligible firms who meet the following requirements:

  1. Provide a company profile with organisational chart listing the Board of Directors and beneficial ownership
  2. A brief vision of the firm for delivering the objectives of the project
  3. Valid Certificate of Registration or Incorporation and Commencement of Business of Firm with evidence of renewal or re-registration at the Registrar General’s Department
  4. Valid Tax Clearance Certificate (valid up to date of Submission)
  5. VAT Registration Certificate
  6. Valid SSNIT Clearance Certificate (valid up to date of submission)
  7. Evidence of registration with Public Procurement Authority
  8. Relevant Experience of Firm in the supply of similar products (Evidence should be provided)
  9. Provide Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years (from 2019-2021) and in addition may provide a letter of comfort from a Bank.

To qualify for consideration, it is mandatory that companies submit the above requirements with their document. Failure will constitute grounds for rejection. Firms will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663), as amended by Act 914, of the Republic of Ghana.

5.         TECHNICAL PROPOSAL/CAPABILITIES

  • Evidence as a manufacturer or partnership with a manufacturer
  • Evidence of similar work done for not less than two organisations
  • Show relevant track record of previous work of similar nature and complexities undertaken within the last two (2) years.
  • Workforce to carry out the work (Availability of appropriate skills and experience of relevant key staff, etc.)
  • Samples of similar products or brochures
  • Equipment base to undertake the assignment
  1. FINANCIAL PROPOSAL:

Interested firms should provide the following information which would be used for the financial evaluation:

  • A proposal on the arrangement of the sales to the public
  • A proposal on the prices of the items
  • A proposal on the percentage of gross revenue to be given to UG after the sale
  • Any alternative proposal on how the financial gains to the University can be achieved

The firm whose proposal would be most advantageous to the University shall be considered.

  1. ENQUIRIES:

Should you require any further clarifications, please contact the officer in charge through the following means:

Contact Number: 0247474745 / 0207780128

Email: UGat75@ug.edu.gh

 

  1. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS:

Technical and Financial Proposals clearly marked and in separate envelopes shall be submitted together with three (3) copies of each proposal with the appropriate package number indicated on the envelope and must be deposited in the Tender Box at the address stated below on or before 11:00 am on Monday, 18th July, 2022.

  1. ADDRESS FOR THE SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS

 

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

LOGISTICS DIRECTORATE,

OLD WACCI OFFICE NEAR BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTRE             

LEGON CAMPUS

 

NB: The University of Ghana is not committed contractually in any way to those applicants whose applications are not accepted. The issuing of this Request for Proposal does not in any way commit or otherwise oblige the University beyond the agreement that will be reached.

 

REGISTRAR

 

 

 

 

Vacancies for National Service Personnel 2022/2023 Academic Year

Starting June 25, 2022 - Ending April 25, 2023

The following Units of the University of Ghana announce for the information of the community vacancies for national service personnel for the 2022/20223 Academic year as follows:

 

CURRENT ANNOUNCEMENTS: 

 

Unit: Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

Send Application tonoguchinsp@noguchi.ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  C.V | Transcript | NSS Form

Deadline: Thursday 30th June, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

UnitOffice of Institutional Advancement

Send Application tooia@ug.edu.gh

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin | C.V | Transcript

Deadline: Friday, July 1, 2022

 

UnitSchool of Nursing and Midwifery

Send Application tonursing@ug.edu.gh

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin | C.V | Transcript

Deadline: Friday, July 1, 2022

 

Unit: Logistics Directorate

Send Application to: The Director, Logistics Directorate

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, July 8, 2022

 

Unit: Sports Directorate 

Send Application tosports@ug.edu.gh  and aamissare@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Monday, July 11, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

Unit: CFAO Ghana PLC

Send Application tohrgh@cfao.com

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, July 29, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

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UnitPublic Affairs Directorate

Send Application toThe Director

Public Affairs Directorate

University of Ghana

Legon

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin

DeadlineFriday, May 20, 2022

 

UnitFinance Directorate

Send Application tofinance@ug.edu.gh

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin | C.V | Transcript

DeadlineFriday, May 20, 2022

 

UnitUniversity of Ghana Computing Systems (UGCS)

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin

DeadlineFriday, May 20, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

UnitWest African Genetic Medicine Centre (WAGMC)

Send Application to: careers@wagmc.org

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin

DeadlineFriday, May 20, 2022

 

UnitOffice of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Academic and Student Affairs) 

Send Application topvc@ug.edu.gh

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin | C.V | Transcript

DeadlineFriday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit: Office of Research Innovation and Development (ORID)  

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin | C.V | Transcript

DeadlineTuesday, May 31, 2022

Unit: University of Ghana School of Law 

Send Application tolawschool@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 27, 2022

 

Unit: School of Pharmacy 

Send Application tougsop@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit: Dean of Student Affairs

Send Application toThe Dean of Students Affairs

University of Ghana

P. O. Box LG 25

Legon.

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

Unit: Regional Institute for Population Studies

Send Application torips@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit:Centre for Gender Studies and Advocacy (CEGENSA)

Send Application tocegensa@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Tuesday, May 10, 2022

 

Unit:Akuafo Hall

Send Application toakuafohall@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

Unit: College of Education

Send Application tocoe@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 6, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

UnitCollege of Humanities

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin

DeadlineWednesday, May 4, 2022

 

Unit: School of Engineering Sciences

Send Application toengdean@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

Unit: School of Performing Arts

Send Application tosparts@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 13, 2022

Unit: Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Send Application toiast@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

Unit: Balme Library  

Send Application toblbalmelib@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit: School of Graduate Studies 

Send Application tosgs@ug.edu.gh  and deanscretary@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Monday, May 23, 2022

Unit: Abibigromma Theatre Company

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

Unit: Dean, School of  Biological Science

Send Application toskacheampong@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

UnitStudents Financial Aid Office

Send Application toThe Head

Students Financial Aid Office

No. 11 East Legon

P.O.Box LG25

University of Ghana

Legon

Indicate: Course of Study | Area of Interest | NSS Number | NSS Pin

DeadlineFriday, May 20, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

Unit: Legon Centre For International Affairs And Diplomacy (LECIAD)

Send Application to:  leciad@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study 

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit: College of Education

Send Application to: The College Secretary

College of Education

ISSER Annex

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit: School of Veterinary Medicine

Send Application tougsvm@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Friday, May 27, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

Unit: College Finance Office, College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Send Application tomebaiden@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit: School of Agriculture

Send Application to: raboateng@ug.edu.gh and soaagricadmin@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

Unit: Office of Students with Special Needs

Send Application toeemantey@ug.edu.gh  |  fadika@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Tuesday, May 31, 2022

 

Unit: Department of Communications Studies

Send Application toThe Administrative Assistant

Department of Communication Studies

University of Ghana

Legon

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Tuesday, May 24, 2022

 

Unit: Centre for Biodiversity Conservation Research

Send Application to: info.afriwet@ug.edu.gh  

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit: University of Ghana Printing Press

Send Application tougpress@ug.edu.gh  

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit: School of Languages

Send Application tolanguages@ug.edu.gh  

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 20, 2022

 

Unit: Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Unit: Federation of Universities Senior Staff Association of Ghana (FUSSAG)

Send Application tofussagug@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Monday, May 30, 2022

Please click here for more details of this advert

 

Unit: Dairy Research Improvement and Innovation Consortium 

Send Application todairy@ug.edu.gh  

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Thursday, May 26, 2022

 

Unit: Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research

Send Application to: isser@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Friday, May 27, 2022

 

Unit: School of Arts

Send Application to: sarts@ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name | Student ID Number | Contact Details

Deadline: Tuesday, May 31, 2022

 

Unit: Centre for Migration Studies

Send Application tombsetrana@ug.edu.gh  and canquandah1@.ug.edu.gh

IndicateFull Name |  NSS Number | NSS Pin | Course of Study

Deadline: Friday, July 8, 2022

 

 

Urgent Notice to Residents of UGEL Halls

Starting June 22, 2022 - Ending June 22, 2023

URGENT NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF UGEL HALLS

Management of the University has this evening received a request from University of Ghana Enterprises Ltd. (UGEL) asking that due to ongoing renovation works, students in the following Halls return to residence from Sunday, June 26, 2022 and NOT on the previously advertised dates:

· Hilla Limann Hall

· Alexander Kwapong Hall

· Elizabeth Frances Sey Hall

· Jean Nelson Aka Hall

This situation has arisen because the contractors working on the renovation have not been able to complete the work on schedule. The extra time will allow the contractors to complete the ongoing works.

Students in these halls should kindly take note of this and only return to campus from Sunday, June 26, 2022.

Any students in these halls who face challenges in complying with the new reporting date should contact their Senior Tutors for assistance.

The inconvenience that this change may cause is deeply regretted.

 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah (Mrs.)

Registrar

 

 

Distribution

JCR Presidents, UGEL Halls

Residents of UGEL Halls

 

Cc Pro Vice-Chancellor (ASA)

Dean of Student Affairs

General Manager, UGEL

Senior Tutors

 

 

UPDATE: NOTICE TO THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY ON COVID-19 AND SEASONAL INFLUENZA PREVENTIVE MEASURES

Starting June 21, 2022 - Ending June 21, 2023

CL 16 21st June, 2022

 

UPDATE: NOTICE TO THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY ON COVID-19 AND SEASONAL INFLUENZA PREVENTIVE MEASURES

Management of the University of Ghana has noted with concern the rise of COVID-19 and seasonal influenza infections particularly within the Greater Accra Region.

As the University reopens for the start of the Second Semester of the 2021/2022 Academic Year, members of the University Community are reminded to strictly observe the protocols in place as follows:

a. Strict enforcement of the “No Mask, No Entry” rule in all University buildings, including lecture halls, halls of residence and offices.

b. Strict enforcement of hand hygiene, i.e. washing of hands under running water and/or the use of hand sanitizers before entry into all University buildings; this directive applies to visitors/clients as well as staff and students of the University. Heads of Unit should ensure adequate supply and use of sanitary items.

c. All employees, students, visitors and those doing business on the University’s campuses are required to wear face masks in offices, lecture/examination halls and in public spaces. Heads of Units are to ensure compliance.

d. All preventive and precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of all members of the community, as earlier announced, must be adhered to and all protocols followed.

e. Members of the University community are to adhere to infection prevention measures and to ensure social distancing, maintaining a reasonable distance from others at all times.

 

Vaccination Centre

All members of the University community are urged to take the COVID-19 Vaccine.

There is a COVID-19 Vaccination Centre at the University of Ghana Hospital, that is located under the pavilion in front of the Hospital Administration building and is

open from Monday to Friday (except public holidays), from 8.30 a. m. to 2.00 p.m. daily.

All eligible persons should come along to the Vaccination Centre with a valid national ID card and a COVID-19 Vaccination Card (for those requiring a second dose or booster shot).

· Any employee or student who develops a fever, cough, cold or sore throat should isolate himself or herself till it clears.

· Members of the community should contact the University of Ghana Hospital for advice if they develop a fever (temperature above 37.4°C), or a cough/cold that persists for several days or gets worse.

· University of Ghana Hospital: 059 395 5913 (Telephone or WhatsApp

 

REGISTRAR

 

 

Policy Conference: Policies for a sustainable rural transformation in Africa

Starting June 14, 2022 - Ending June 14, 2023

Policy Conference: Policies for a sustainable rural transformation in Africa

Organized by the Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa (MIASA) in collaboration with the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), both of the University of Ghana, and the German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA), Germany, this first MIASA policy conference on “Policies for a sustainable rural transformation in Africa” is meant to provide a space for exchange between researchers, policymakers, development practitioners, and other stakeholders in rural development to present and discuss the most recent policy-relevant research findings.

Date:  June 22-23, 2022

Venue: ISSER Conference Facilities, University of Ghana

To register, please click here

The program outline can be accessed here.

 

Concept and contents

Africa’s rural areas have been in a process of continuous change, in particular since the economic reforms of the 1980s and 1990s. In a context of rapid population growth and rural-urban migration, rural livelihoods in many places have changed significantly. They have diversified and farming has become much more commercialized. Yet, smallholder agriculture remains the mainstay of the rural economy and, despite some progress, poverty remains widespread and food security is often not guaranteed. With the population projected to double by 2050, demographic pressure will be reinforced and climate change will massively aggravate the pressure on natural resources, be it land, water or forests. Accelerated rural development, including increased agricultural productivity, that uses natural resources sustainably and protects the environment, in particular remaining forests, is needed. In other words, a sustainable rural transformation is required.

Achieving such a transformation will require developing a vision of this transformation, setting the right priorities, and managing well the potential trade-offs between rural economic progress, on the one hand, and social progress and environmental objectives, on the other hand. It also requires inclusiveness and gender equality. Often, the policy-relevant evidence that research provides on key questions of rural development in Africa is fragmented and comes in bits and pieces. One aim of this conference is therefore to bring together bigger research projects and initiatives and put together a program that goes well beyond a series of paper presentations. We target in particular policymakers and development practitioners.

We plan to have coherent thematic sessions that may include one or several contributions from larger research efforts/projects or be organized by one institution or project. We might then “fill” these sessions with contributed papers. Further, we plan to have keynotes, a high-level policy panel, and a poster session with designated discussants for each of the presented posters. The main issues include, but are not limited to:

- Commercialization, large-scale (foreign) investments

- Agricultural Global Value Chains

- (Intra-) African trade and agriculture

- Contract farming schemes

- Demography, migration, rural-urban interactions

- Climate change and rural development

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE: ACCESS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

Starting June 12, 2022 - Ending June 12, 2023

IMPORTANT NOTICE: ACCESS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

Members of the University of Ghana Community and the general public are reminded that the UG electronic card (e-card) is required for vehicles to be able to access the following gates to and from the University's Legon Campus:

 

- Link Gate (towards GIMPA/Achimota)

- Main Gate (Opposite the Legon Police Station)

- North Gate (Close to the James Topp Nelson Yankah Hall, Haatso Rd.)

- South Gate (From Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research to National Highway 4 - N4)

- Evandy Gate (Off the N4 Highway, opposite Presec, Legon)

 

This directive is strictly enforced by designated personnel at the gates, and vehicles without valid e-cards will not be allowed entry through these gates.

E-cards are not transferable, and are to be used only for the vehicles for which they have been issued.

 

All stakeholders can, however, access the gate leading from the Okponglo Traffic Light into the University (Academic Freedom Road) without an e-card.

Please take note and adhere to this directive accordingly.

Members of the public may call 0205938736 or visit the PDMSD offices at the Legon campus to make enquiries about acquisition of e-cards.

 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah (Mrs.)

REGISTRAR

 

 

Call for Applications: The Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies

Starting May 24, 2022 - Ending May 24, 2023

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA 

Call for Applications: The Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies 

 

The University of Ghana, Legon, is pleased to invite applications for the position of Occupant of the Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies, to begin in January 2023.  

The Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies was established at the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana in honour of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Pan African luminary and Ghana’s first president, for his contributions to the intellectual life of the African World, and for his projection of Africa on the world stage. 

We invite applications from suitably qualified candidates in any discipline relevant to the study and understanding of Africa. The successful Applicant will be a scholar or public figure who has a strong understanding of African/Africana/pan-African Studies. The applicant should have a strong research and publishing record and should have attained distinction in his or her discipline. He or she may also be a public intellectual or artist well versed in the indigenous knowledge and cultures of Africa. 

Responsibilities 

Applicants should be committed to pursuing their own research agendas, collaborating and sharing their expertise with other researchers, and developing interdisciplinary exchanges.  

Additionally, applicants should be ready to demonstrate a strong community engagement and linkages in their research agenda and other activities during the period. 

Specifically, the Chair will be expected to: 

  • Deliver public lectures, including an inaugural lecture, which will be published by the University; 
  • Conduct research and/or create and establish a social or cultural project; 
  • Establish an active community linkage that strengthens the intellectual and cultural relevance of Pan-Africanism. 
     
  • Produce a publishable manuscript on the research emanating from the tenure, where appropriate; 
     
  • Prepare a report detailing the results achieved at the end of the tenure period; 
  • Assist the University to mobilize resources to grow the endowment for the Kwame Nkrumah Chair in African Studies; 
  • Lead in the organization of the Biennial Kwame Nkrumah Intellectual and Cultural Festival Conference.  

Conditions

Appointments will typically be for one academic year (August 1 – July 31) but with the possibility of extension for a second year. 

Salary will depend on the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant but will typically be at the level of Professor (disclosure upon short listing). The Chair will also be provided with: 

  • Return business class ticket or equivalent from his/her location to Accra. 
  • Airport pick up. 
  • Office accommodation. 
  • A Research Assistant and/or other support staff. 
  • Accommodation and medical insurance. 
  • A research grant. 

An applicant is required to submit the complete application dossier to the Registrar, University of Ghana, P. O. Box LG 25, Legon, Accra, Ghana (Hardcopy) or vacancies@ug.edu.gh (Soft Copy). 

The application pack should contain the following: 

  • Completed application form for Senior Level Administrative Positions (UAB Form 1C) to be downloaded from the University’s website at www.ug.edu.gh/hrodd
  • a cover letter expressing interest, 
  • a curriculum vitae, 
  • a proposal for the programme of work to be carried out during the period of the tenure (maximum 5 pages). 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, and they may be invited for a face-to-face interview.  

Closing date: Wednesday, August 31 2022. 

Applicants are responsible for ensuring that their full application packs are received by this date, including three letters of reference that should be clearly marked and sent directly to the Registrar, through vacancies@ug.edu.gh  

 

For further information contact:  registrar@ug.edu.ghdtsikata@ug.edu.ghiasadministrator@ug.edu.gh 

Tel: +233 (0)302-213820/213850 extension 2153/2051  

 

 

REGISTRAR 

25th April 2022

 

 

Press Release - ISSER Leads New Research Initiative to Deepen Digital Financial Inclusion

Starting May 20, 2022 - Ending May 20, 2023

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ISSER LEADS NEW RESEARCH INITIATIVE TO DEEPEN DIGITAL FINANCIAL INCLUSION

The Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at the University of Ghana is set to undertake a four-year multi-million-dollar research initiative. The Retail Finance Distribution (ReFinD) Research Initiative is focused on deepening digital financial inclusion and improving women’s access to financial services in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).

The project is led by Prof. Peter Quartey, Director of ISSER with Prof. Francis Annan (Georgia State University), Dr. David Ameyaw (Visiting Scholar and Director, ICED) and Dr. Simon Bawakyillenuo (ISSER). Prof. Peter Quartey said: “A meaningful response to the growing interest and pressure to deepen digital finance requires strong data and evidence-led insights to guide the framing of policies. The Retail Finance Distribution (ReFinD) Research Initiative is a timely opportunity for ISSER to contribute to deepening digital financial inclusion with data and illuminating findings that aims to promote access to finance among marginalized groups like women and people experiencing poverty.”

Despite strong evidence demonstrating the essential role of agent networks in driving financial inclusion for underbanked populations, data from LMICs suggest agent networks remain quite sparse, particularly in poorer peri-urban and rural locations. The initiative aims to demonstrate both:

  1. how to effectively expand the reach of agent networks through public policy and commercial solutions that can plausibly be scaled, and
  2. how to advance public knowledge about the structural constraints limiting agent networks globally.  

To answer these questions, we seek to engage researchers from the Global North and the Global South, with the goal of expanding the representation of researchers from the Global South in development studies and fostering future partnerships and capacity building. 

Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the initiative will fund research projects through multiple calls for pilot studies and experimental research. It will be launched in the first half of 2022 with a kick-off event and issue of the first requests for proposals (RFP) for pilot studies and experimental research. 

For enquiries, please contact:

The Executive Director

The Retail Finance Distribution (ReFinD)

ISSER, University of Ghana

Email:  isser@ug.edu.gh 

 

 

 

 

Call for Applications - UG 75th Anniversary Logo Competition

Starting May 19, 2022 - Ending May 19, 2023

UG 75TH ANNIVERSARY LOGO COMPETITION

The University of Ghana will be celebrating its 75th anniversary next year under the theme, “Nurturing Resilience: Adopting Technology, Embracing Humanism”. The celebration will catalogue UG’s successes and challenges, and look to the future. The anniversary planning committee seeks a very inclusive series of activities that will give all UG stakeholders – students, staff, alumni, and affiliates - an opportunity to be a part of and also own the celebration. In line with this, the University invites individuals or groups to submit logo designs for the anniversary. This logo competition is open to all members of the University community (Staff, Students, Faculty & Alumni).

 

How to Enter:

▪         Submissions may come from individuals or groups.

▪         Designs must be in JPG format with a minimum resolution of 1280 x 960 and to be sent in size A4 (21cm x 29.7 cm) by email.

▪         Designs must be consistent with dictates in the UG Brand Manual (https://drive.google.com/file/d/14aiPtbTmfZo8uWHbiuxn-sr4eSrgI2eV/view)

▪         Designs must be accompanied by a text file explaining the design rational and considerations for the logo (shape, colours specifications, font etc.) in no more than 100 words.

▪         Designs (JPG) and explanatory text file (Word) must be submitted by email to UGat75@ug.edu.gh

▪         The email must include the name, phone number and any government-approved ID of the proposer and in what capacity they are applying (student, staff, faculty or alumni).

▪         Each individual or group may submit only one entry.

 

Important Information to Note:

▪         There is no fee for entry.

▪         The artist retains liability for any issues arising regarding originality and authenticity of the design. The winning design will be checked with trade mark data bases for this purpose. Any plagiarised material will be rejected and the University of Ghana is under no obligation to communicate this to the contestant.

▪         The deadline for entries is 11:59 GMT, 15th June, 2022. Late entries will not be considered

▪         A concept note explaining the anniversary theme and other relevant information may be found here:                                                               

https://ugedugh-my.sharepoint.com/:b:/g/personal/thesisoffice_ug_edu_gh/EZIRmsJeY4RDnRuNBRNCuQcBIyFHbT4lkA9NvfhSeTYf7w?e=8Xglcl

▪         The winning entry, once awarded, will become the sole property of the University of Ghana which can make amendments as needed and use it as desired.

 

Prize:

The individual or group whose submission is selected as the winning logo will receive:

•         Five Thousand Ghana Cedis (Ghs5,000)

•         A Certificate of Honour

•         Recognition at the official launch of the anniversary celebration

•         Acknowledgement in the anniversary brochure and other necessary anniversary correspondence.

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Applications - Repost - Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research - University of Ghana, Legon

Starting May 16, 2022 - Ending May 16, 2023

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS-REPOST

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

University of Ghana, Legon

 

The Program

The Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR), University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana, with funding support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is implementing a project titled ‘Supporting a Drug Discovery Hub Development in Ghana'. This project seeks to train young scientists and technicians towards building a critical mass for drug discovery applications, equip them to compete effectively for international funding for research work in Africa, offer them international exposure, and facilitate their networking and collaboration with other institutions.

 

This call is to invite interested applicants apply for the position of Post-Doctoral Fellow in Organic/Medicinal Chemistry. Successful applicants will conduct research for a one-year period (renewable up to two years based on satisfactory performance and availability of funds) in a strong interdisciplinary environment at the Department of Chemistry (Drug Innovation Group, Frank Torto Building).

 

1) Organic/Medicinal Chemistry- Postdoctoral Fellow

This is a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Organic/Medicinal Chemistry with research focus on synthetic organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry. The successful candidate will be expected to utilize data from DMPK and biological studies to design and synthesize potential drug leads for malaria and other neglected tropical diseases.

Eligibility

A Young Scientist seeking research career in academia or industry. Applicant should have a Ph.D. degree in Synthetic Organic Chemistry or Medicinal Chemistry obtained within the past 5 years. Individuals who have submitted their Ph.D. dissertations are also eligible to apply. Applicants must be able to carry out independent organic synthesis and be willing to supervise MSc. and Ph.D. students. The applicant must also be highly motivated, have strong research and conceptual skills and be interested in developing novel research directions. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills in English. Working knowledge of English would be an advantage.

 

How to Apply

Prospective candidates should complete and submit an application pack (both electronic and hardcopies) to The Assistant Registrar, NMIMR. The application should include the following:

 

a) A letter of application (stating areas of expertise, research interests and experience);

b) An up-to-date Curriculum Vitae;

c) List of publications;

d) Copies of relevant educational and professional certificates and transcripts; and,

e) Two academic references

 

Electronic copies should be scanned and saved as a single pdf file, and sent to aaboakye@ug.edu.gh and copy gannan@noguchi.ug.edu.gh.

 

Submit hardcopies to:

The Assistant Registrar

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

University of Ghana

P.O. Box LG 581

Legon, Accra

Ghana

 

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted to participate in a selection process.

 

Deadline of Application Submission

Applicants should send both electronic and hardcopies of their applications to The Assistant Registrar, NMIMR by June 03, 2022 (17.00hr GMT)

 

 

 

Workshops on Developing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

Starting May 10, 2022 - Ending May 10, 2023

WORKSHOPS ON DEVELOPING STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOPs) 

It has been observed that the majority of Units in the University do not have clear-cut documented directions and instructions for carrying out routine operations and processes. This makes it particularly difficult to measure performance and compliance with set targets.  

A committee was set up to draw up guidelines for all units to develop Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) associated with their key functions and operations within the University.  

The Committee is holding a series of workshops between 10th and 20th May 2022, to equip participants with the needed skills to draw up SOPs and also for the initial set of participants to train others in establishing SOPs in the University.  

All heads of Unit are urged to actively participate in the workshops as per the schedule, and it is expected that after the workshops, the use of SOPs will be adopted for all key functions and processes across the University.   

 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah  

Registrar  

 

 

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research - University of Ghana, Legon

Starting April 20, 2022 - Ending April 20, 2023

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

University of Ghana, Legon

 

The Program

The Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR), University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana, with funding support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is implementing a project titled ‘Supporting a Drug Discovery Hub Development in Ghana'. This project seeks to train young scientists and technicians towards building a critical mass for drug discovery applications, equip them to compete effectively for international funding for research work in Africa, offer them international exposure, and facilitate their networking and collaboration with other institutions. This call is to invite interested applicants apply for specific positions in the fields of Malaria- in vitro antimalarial drug assays and Organic/Medical Chemistry. Successful applicants will conduct research for a one-year period (renewable up to two years based on satisfactory performance and availability of funds) in a strong interdisciplinary environment at the NMIMR/ Department of Chemistry (Drug Innovation Group, Frank Torto Building). Suitably qualified applicants are invited to submit applications for the four (4) positions listed below:

 

1) Malaria – in vitro antimalarial drug assays

a) Postdoctoral Fellow

This person must have expertise in performing antimalarial drug assays in addition to the items listed below

a. Malaria parasite (asexual stage and gametocyte) culture

b. Performing SYBR Green 1 drug assays, Ring stage survival assays (for artemisinin resistance) and Gametocidal assays

c. Using the flow cytometer and analyzing data obtained from the flow cytometer

d. Critical thinking and manuscript writing skills

 

b) Laboratory technician

This person must have expertise in working in BSL2 facilities in addition to the items listed below

a. Malaria parasite culture

b. Preparing and reading thick and thin blood films

c. Good record keeping and organization skills

 

Eligibility

Postdoctoral Fellow: A Young Scientist seeking research career in academia or industry. Applicant should have a Ph.D., MD/Ph.D. or equivalent degree in relevant biomedical sciences (biochemistry, biological sciences, molecular biology etc.) obtained within the past 5 years. Individuals who have submitted their Ph.D. dissertations are also eligible to apply. Applicants must be highly motivated, have strong research and conceptual skills and be interested in developing novel research directions. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills in English. Working knowledge of English would be an advantage.

Laboratory Technician: A Young Scientist with a background in medical laboratory technology/ laboratory technology or biochemistry (or other life sciences) with experience in cell culture. Applicants must be highly motivated, have strong laboratory skills and be interested in assisting the development of novel research directions. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills in English. Working knowledge of English would be an advantage.

 

2) Organic/Medical Chemistry

a) Postdoctoral Fellow

This is a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Organic/Medical Chemistry with research focus on synthetic organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry. The successful candidate will be expected to utilize data from DMPK and biological studies to design and synthesize potential drug leads for malaria and other neglected tropical diseases.

b) Research Assistant

The Research Assistant should have research expertise in Synthetic Organic Chemistry or Medicinal Chemistry. The successful candidate will be expected to utilize data from DMPK and biological studies to design and synthesize potential drug leads for malaria and other neglected tropical diseases.

Eligibility

Postdoctoral Fellow: A Young Scientist seeking research career in academia or industry. Applicant should have a Ph.D. degree in Synthetic Organic Chemistry or Medicinal Chemistry obtained within the past 5 years. Individuals who have submitted their Ph.D. dissertations are also eligible to apply. Applicants must be able to carry out independent organic synthesis and be willing to supervise MSc. and Ph.D. students. The applicant must also be highly motivated, have strong research and conceptual skills and be interested in developing novel research directions. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills in English. Working knowledge of English would be an advantage.

 

Research Assistant: A Young Scientist with a Master’s degree in Synthetic Organic Chemistry or Medicinal Chemistry obtained within the past 5 years. Prospective applicants must be able to carry out independent organic synthesis and must be willing to work with other researchers in the laboratory. The applicant must also be highly motivated, have strong research and conceptual skills, and be interested in developing novel research directions. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills in English. Working knowledge of English would be an advantage.

 

How to Apply

Prospective candidates should complete and submit an application pack (both electronic and hardcopies) to The Assistant Registrar, NMIMR. The application should include the following:

 

a) A letter of application (stating areas of expertise, research interests and experience);

b) An up-to-date Curriculum Vitae;

c) List of publications;

d) Copies of relevant educational and professional certificates and transcripts; and,

e) Two academic references

 

 

 

 

Electronic copies should be scanned and saved as a single pdf file, and sent to aaboakye@ug.edu.gh and copy gannan@noguchi.ug.edu.gh.

 

Submit hardcopies to:

The Assistant Registrar

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

University of Ghana

P.O. Box LG 581

Legon, Accra

Ghana

 

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted to participate in a selection process.

 

Deadline of Application Submission

Applicants should send both electronic and hardcopies of their applications to The Assistant Registrar, NMIMR by April 29, 2022 (17.00hr GMT)

 

 

Call for Applications: Erasmus+ Ghana Sheffield Mobility Programme

Starting April 14, 2022 - Ending April 14, 2023

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS:

ERASMUS+ GHANA SHEFFIELD MOBILITY PROGRAMME

 

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID) is pleased to inform the University community that University of Sheffield is inviting applications for the Call titled: “Erasmus+ Ghana Sheffield Mobility Programme”.

 

ELIGIBILITY

· The programme is open to staff (academic and professional services staff) and PhD students at the University of Sheffield and the University of Ghana.

 

TYPES OF MOBILITIES

· An Erasmus+ teaching mobility involves delivering a short period of teaching at the partner university. Staff teaching as part of their mobility must complete a minimum of eight hours’ teaching per week. You can engage in activities such as: lectures, seminars, workshops (leading) and mentoring activities with students.

 

· An Erasmus+ staff training mobility involves spending a short period training at the partner university. Both academic and professional services staff are eligible to undertake a training event or undergo job shadowing, observation, or training. Conferences are not included.

 

· An Erasmus+ teaching and training mobility combine the above two activities. Staff must complete a minimum of four hours’ teaching per week.

 

· An Erasmus+ PhD mobility involves spending a minimum of 3 months at the partner university with a dedicated supervisor.

 

FUNDING

Grants are a flat rate grant calculated in accordance with the Erasmus+ programme and that grants are only a contribution towards the cost of the planned Erasmus+ mobility period. The average grant rate for a 5 day, including 2 days travel either side, is £1,884 (subject to exchange rates).

 

APPLY

Please click on the link below: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe4Buc4txSCHdNIi9ChcpjSGekiVysm...

 

NB: All applications will be considered subject to availability of funding and to their relevance to the proposed programme of activities.

 

DEADLINE:

Sunday, 1st May 2022

 

For further details on the call, kindly click on the link below: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/internationalpartnerships/global-networks/er...

 

 

Call for Applications-Gates Drug Discovery Hub Development in Ghana

Starting April 14, 2022 - Ending April 14, 2023

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

University of Ghana, Legon

 

The Program

The Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR), University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana, with funding support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is implementing a project titled ‘Supporting a Drug Discovery Hub Development in Ghana'. This project seeks to train young scientists and technicians towards building a critical mass for drug discovery applications, equip them to compete effectively for international funding for research work in Africa, offer them international exposure, and facilitate their networking and collaboration with other institutions. This call is to invite interested applicants apply for specific positions in the fields of Malaria- in vitro antimalarial drug assays and Organic/Medical Chemistry. Successful applicants will conduct research for a one-year period (renewable up to two years based on satisfactory performance and availability of funds) in a strong interdisciplinary environment at the NMIMR/ Department of Chemistry (Drug Innovation Group, Frank Torto Building). Suitably qualified applicants are invited to submit applications for the four (4) positions listed below:

 

1) Malaria – in vitro antimalarial drug assays

 

a) Postdoctoral Fellow

This person must have expertise in performing antimalarial drug assays in addition to the items listed below

a. Malaria parasite (asexual stage and gametocyte) culture

b. Performing SYBR Green 1 drug assays, Ring stage survival assays (for artemisinin resistance) and Gametocidal assays

c. Using the flow cytometer and analyzing data obtained from the flow cytometer

d. Critical thinking and manuscript writing skills

 

b) Laboratory technician

This person must have expertise in working in BSL2 facilities in addition to the items listed below

a. Malaria parasite culture

b. Preparing and reading thick and thin blood films

c. Good record keeping and organization skills

 

Eligibility

Postdoctoral Fellow: A Young Scientist seeking research career in academia or industry. Applicant should have a Ph.D., MD/Ph.D. or equivalent degree in relevant biomedical sciences (biochemistry, biological sciences, molecular biology etc.) obtained within the past 5 years. Individuals who have submitted their Ph.D. dissertations are also eligible to apply. Applicants must be highly motivated, have strong research and conceptual skills and be interested in developing novel research directions. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills in English. Working knowledge of English would be an advantage.

 

Laboratory Technician: A Young Scientist with a background in medical laboratory technology/ laboratory technology or biochemistry (or other life sciences) with experience in cell culture. Applicants must be highly motivated, have strong laboratory skills and be interested in assisting the development of novel research directions. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills in English. Working knowledge of English would be an advantage.

 

2) Organic/Medical Chemistry

a) Postdoctoral Fellow

This is a Postdoctoral Fellowship in Organic/Medical Chemistry with research focus on synthetic organic chemistry and medicinal chemistry. The successful candidate will be expected to utilize data from DMPK and biological studies to design and synthesize potential drug leads for malaria and other neglected tropical diseases.

b) Research Assistant

The Research Assistant should have research expertise in Synthetic Organic Chemistry or Medicinal Chemistry. The successful candidate will be expected to utilize data from DMPK and biological studies to design and synthesize potential drug leads for malaria and other neglected tropical diseases.

 

Eligibility

Postdoctoral Fellow: A Young Scientist seeking research career in academia or industry. Applicant should have a Ph.D. degree in Synthetic Organic Chemistry or Medicinal Chemistry obtained within the past 5 years. Individuals who have submitted their Ph.D. dissertations are also eligible to apply. Applicants must be able to carry out independent organic synthesis and be willing to supervise MSc. and Ph.D. students. The applicant must also be highly motivated, have strong research and conceptual skills and be interested in developing novel research directions. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills in English. Working knowledge of English would be an advantage.

 

Research Assistant: A Young Scientist with a Master’s degree in Synthetic Organic Chemistry or Medicinal Chemistry obtained within the past 5 years. Prospective applicants must be able to carry out independent organic synthesis and must be willing to work with other researchers in the laboratory. The applicant must also be highly motivated, have strong research and conceptual skills, and be interested in developing novel research directions. Applicants must have strong written and oral communication skills in English. Working knowledge of English would be an advantage.

 

How to Apply

Prospective candidates should complete and submit an application pack (both electronic and hardcopies) to The Assistant Registrar, NMIMR. The application should include the following:

 

a) A letter of application (stating areas of expertise, research interests and experience);

b) An up-to-date Curriculum Vitae;

c) List of publications;

d) Copies of relevant educational and professional certificates and transcripts; and,

e) Two academic references

 

Electronic copies should be scanned and saved as a single pdf file, and sent to aaboakye@ug.edu.gh and copy gannan@noguchi.ug.edu.gh.

 

Submit hardcopies to:

The Assistant Registrar

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

University of Ghana

P.O. Box LG 581

Legon, Accra

Ghana

 

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted to participate in a selection process.

 

Deadline of Application Submission

Applicants should send both electronic and hardcopies of their applications to The Assistant Registrar, NMIMR by April 29, 2022 (17.00hr GMT)

 

 

2022 KIC Agritech Challenge Classic

Starting April 7, 2022 - Ending April 7, 2023

The Kosmos Innovation Centre (KIC), one key collaborator of the School of Agriculture, University of Ghana has launched the 2022 KIC Agritech Challenge Classic, in line with its commitment to increase the awareness of agricultural opportunities and the associated entrepreneurial benefits of the youth. 

 

The 2022 KIC AGRITECH CHALLENGE CLASSIC

The KIC AgriTech Challenge Classic is a 7-month annual training program aimed at developing the interest and building the mindset of students and young graduates to ultimately drive systemic change in Ghana’s agricultural sector. It provides the youth with the right exposure to the agriculture value chain and provides networking opportunity to build and grow viable solutions to Ghana’s key agricultural challenges. 

 

Target Group

Students and young graduates 

 

Application Process

Interested applicants are to log onto the following link for detailed information in completing the application process: https://kicghana.org/applications/

 

Application Deadline

Monday 25th April, 2022

 

For further enquiries on the KIC programmes, please visit https://kicghana.org/programs/ or call 0312-299-862/0559-692-863

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice from ORID - 2022 World IP Day Celebration

Starting April 5, 2022 - Ending April 5, 2023

 2022 WORLD IP DAY CELEBRATION

Are you an inventor, innovator, or creator? 

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID), warmly invites you to the celebration of the 2022 World Intellectual Property Day on the theme “IP and Youth: Innovating for a Better Future”.

Come and learn about how to transform your ideas into reality, how to protect your inventions, innovations, or creations, create jobs, generate income, and make a positive impact on the society with your invention, innovation, or creation.

Join us to celebrate the 2022 World Intellectual Property Day on Tuesday, 26th April 2022, from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Auditorium, Centre for African Wetlands.

You can also exhibit your innovations and creative works at this event.

 

Kindly register here:

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=X78blMDydUiiTGkHhl0lGvzsth8gfXVOgf2Rp6Lht5JUNFJFNFQ3NkFMRTdYNjdPQlRHUVEzNDhEUy4u

 

 

 

 

Fresh Students’ Medical Examinations for the 2021/2022 Academic Year

Starting April 5, 2022 - Ending April 5, 2023

AAD.18/2-22

 

1st April 2022

 

NOTICE:

FRESH STUDENTS’ MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS FOR THE 2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

All Freshmen are to note that the mandatory Medical Examination is being carried out in order of hall of residence / campus from Monday, April 4 to Tuesday, May 31, 2022.

 

The particulars are as follows:

1. Fresh Students are required to report with any valid national ID for the exercise between 8:00am - 11:30am on weekdays (Mondays - Fridays) at the Students Clinic (in the Basement of Central Cafeteria). Prior to arrival, they are to ensure that they have registered online on the Student Medical Examination Platform in the STS Portal.

(Please note that for City Campus Students, the exercise will be held at the City Campus Clinic)

2. Chest X-ray will be provided at the Main University Hospital (Weekdays between 8:00am - 5:00pm, and 8:00am to 2:00pm on Saturdays.)

3. The OPG X-ray (Dental) will be taken at the Reveal Diagnostic Centre - Legon Mall (adjacent to the Legon Police Station.) (Weekdays between 8:00am - 6:00pm. and 8:00am to 5:00pm on Saturdays.

4. Physical examinations will extend from 8:00am until 4:30pm on the weekdays at the Main University Hospital.

 

SCHEDULE BY HALL / CAMPUS

DATE

Volta Hall, Valco Trust Hostel, Commonwealth Hall

4th - 8th April 2022

Legon Hall, Jubilee Hall & International Students Hostel, Akuafo Hall

8th - 13th April 2022

T F Hostel , Mensah Sarbah Hall , Bani Hostel

13th - 20th April 2022

African Union Hostel, Dr. Hilla Limann Hall

20th- 25th April 2022

Jean Nelson Aka Hall, Alexander Adum Kwapong Hall

25th - 28th April 2022

Elizabeth Frances Sey Hall, Evandy Hostel

28th April - 6th May 2022

Non-resident Students (Main Campus)

16th - 31st May 2022

Non-resident Students (Accra City Campus)

13th May 2022

 

 

All Freshmen should participate in this compulsory medical examination exercise as it is part of admissions process. Students who fail to do so within the stipulated period will be required to pay a penalty.

 

 

Lydia Anowa Nyako-Danquah (Mrs.)

Director

 

Distribution: General

 

 

 

 

Extended Call For WACCI-DAAD 2022/2023 Scholarship Applications

Starting April 5, 2022 - Ending April 5, 2023

The West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement (WACCI) in partnership with DAAD is inviting applications for the MPhil in Seed Science and Technology programme. Successful applicants will enrol in January 2023 and will comprise the ninth cohort of MPhil Students.

 

*This Call is an update of the in September 2021 published Call for In-Country/In-Region scholarships at WACCI (Ghana) with an original starting date of the programme in August 2022. The start of the programme was postponed by WACCI to January 2023. For this reason, the application deadline has been extended and the Call has been updated. If you have already applied for this scholarship, please contact the WACCI for more information.

 

The DAAD scholarship will cover tuition, stipends and accommodation for a two-year Master of Philosophy (MPhil).

 

Please click here for more information on the extended call.

 

 

 

Online MSc in Sexual & Reproductive Health Policy and Programme - School of Public Health

Starting April 4, 2022 - Ending April 4, 2023

Announcement from the School of Public Health

Online MSc in Sexual & Reproductive Health Policy and Programme

 

New Online MSc in Sexual & Reproductive Health Policy and Programming

The University of Ghana School of Public Health in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine is offering an Online MSc in Sexual & Reproductive Health Policy and Programming.  The programme is jointly developed and delivered by the University of Ghana School of Public Health and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The overarching aim of the programme is to strengthen capacity of individuals in sexual and reproductive health rights policy and programming in low- and middle-income countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa.

 

Objectives

Upon successful completion of the programme, students will be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge and understanding of:

  • Policy and health system factors influencing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in low- and middle-income settings, and how these should be taken into account in the design and delivery of effective SRH programmes.
  • The influence of socio-political, cultural, legal, and ethical issues surrounding SRHR in low- and middle-income settings on the design and delivery of SRHR programmes and policies tailored to the context.
  • Up-to-date evidence base on effective sexual and reproductive health policies and interventions

Target

The programme primarily targets individuals interested in acquiring the knowledge and skills required to design, implement, and evaluate evidence-based sexual and reproductive health programmes and policies in sub-Saharan Africa and other low- and middle-income settings.

 

Mode of delivery

The programme will be delivered online, with a mix of live and interactive activities (synchronous learning) as well as recorded or self-directed study (asynchronous learning). It will be offered either full time or part time. The initial degree will be offered by the London of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. 

 

Who can apply?

The course is open to individuals working in the health sector, particularly in the areas of sexual and reproductive health and rights, adolescent health, women’s health, gender-based violence and related domains.  

 

Admission requirements

Prospective applicants must have a good first degree (second-class lower or better) in a relevant discipline; a relevant professional qualification; or relevant professional experience which is judged by LSHTM and UGSPH to be equivalent to a Second-Class Honours degree or above. In addition, applicant must have worked either in the health sector in sexual and reproductive health field in low- and middle-income country setting for a minimum of two years.

 

Duration

The programme is 12 months full-time or 24-36 months part-time.

 

Funding

A number of scholarships will be available for the 2022/23 as well as for the 2023/24 academic years.

When to apply?

Application is now open, and the deadline is Tuesday, 17th May 2022 at 23:59 (GMT)

For more information about the course and how to apply, visit

https://www.lshtm.ac.uk/study/courses/masters-degrees/sexual-reproductive-health-policy-programming#overview

 

 

Short Course

New Short Course on Safe Abortion Policy and Programming in Low- and Middle-Income Settings

Course dates: 20 June - 1 July 2022 (part-time)

Overview

The University of Ghana School of Public Health (UGSPH) in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) has developed a new short course on Safe Abortion Policy and Programming in Low- and Middle-Income Settings. This online course will equip participants with knowledge and tools necessary to strengthen health sector policies and programmes for safe abortion care in low- and middle-income settings. The course will be jointly delivered by UGSPH and LSHTM, and will run only in June/July 2022. The new online MSc in Sexual and Reproductive Health Policy and Programming will have a full module on safe abortion policy and programming. 

 

Target

This course will be of value to healthcare professionals and practitioners in sexual and reproductive health in sub-Saharan Africa and other low- and middle-income countries, including policy advisors, service providers, implementation sciences researchers, programme managers and technical advisors looking to further their knowledge specific to safe abortion policy and programming.

 

There are no formal prerequisites for this course, however participants should have a good command of English and some relevant work experience, for example in the health care sector and/or in the field of sexual and reproductive health.

 

Teaching methods

This is a two-week part-time short course which consists of 25 hours of learning each week. This includes up to 5 hours of synchronous (live) sessions and twenty hours of asynchronous (independent) activities. Teaching methods may include pre-recorded lectures, group discussions, seminars, student presentations, and interactive computer sessions. You are expected to have access to a computer or device with a reliable internet connection.

 

Course fees

When to apply?

For more information on how to apply, visit:

https://www.lshtm.ac.uk/study/courses/short-courses/safe-abortion-policy-programming#overview

 

 

 

 

Free Statistics Clinic - Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science

Starting April 1, 2022 - Ending April 1, 2023

DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS & ACTUARIAL SCIENCE

SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL & MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES

FREE STATISTICS CLINIC

At the Statistical and Actuarial Consulting Unit (SACU) Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, we provide top-notch assistance to postgraduate students, researchers and industry in the design, implementation, analysis, and interpretation of their data. Our goal is to help in the production of top-notch research within the university and the outside world.

As part of our service provision within the University of Ghana, we are organising a FREE statistical consulting clinic for postgraduate students and researchers within the University.

These consultations include:

· Design and Implementation of Surveys

· Data Collection Strategies

· Sampling Strategies and Sample Size Computations

· Analysis of Data

· Interpretation of Results

 

We are also interested in discussing potential research collaboration and joint projects. Students should note that this is NOT a teaching/supervision service.

 

Date: 8th April, 2022

Time: 9am – 1.00pm

Venue: Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science

 

Registration: Complete the Google form using the link below https://forms.gle/KKMSHnHB8DMyi7gTA

 

For further enquires, contact: Dr. R. Minkah, Tel: 0557007459; Email: rminkah@ug.edu.gh or General Office, Tel: 0544532790; Email: deptstat@ug.edu.gh

 

 

Notice to the University Community on COVID-19 Preventive Measures

Starting March 29, 2022 - Ending March 29, 2023

NOTICE TO THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY ON COVID-19 PREVENTIVE MEASURES

 

Reference is made to the update on measures taken against the spread of Coronavirus delivered by the President of the Republic on 27th March, 2022.

In the said update, the President, while announcing revisions to Covid-19 restrictions in the country, including the lifting of the mandatory wearing of nose masks, called for the continued maintenance of enhanced hand hygiene practices, and for the avoidance of overcrowded gatherings. The President further noted that in-person activities may resume at full capacity, as long as the audience and/or participants are fully vaccinated.

Management of the University has discussed these revisions to the Covid-19 protocols and notes the difficulty in ensuring social distance in classrooms, halls of residence, offices and other enclosed spaces, as well as checking the vaccination status of members of the University community and visitors to the University’s campuses.

Management therefore, mindful of the fact that Covid-19 is still present, and in order to prevent its spread on the University’s campuses, strongly encourages staff and students to continue observing Covid-19 protocols, including the following:

  • Wearing of nose masks on campus especially in enclosed spaces such as lecture halls, halls of residence and offices.
  • Washing of hands with soap and water
  • Frequent use of hand sanitizers

Management also urges members of the University community who are not fully vaccinated, to take steps to get vaccinated, at the University Hospital or any other healthcare facility offering vaccinations.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah (Mrs.)

REGISTRAR

 

Distribution

General

 

cc:     Vice-Chancellor

           Pro-Vice Chancellors

           Provosts

 

LECIAD - Guest Seminar Series - Schedule for First Semester 2021/2022 Academic Year

Starting March 29, 2022 - Ending March 29, 2023

LEGON CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND DIPLOMACY

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, LEGON

GUEST SEMINAR SERIES - SCHEDULE FOR FIRST SEMESTER  2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

DATE

NAME OF SPEAKER

TOPIC

 

 

 

02/03/2022

Mr. Anthony Kwasi Nyame-

Baafi,
Technical Advisor, Multilateral, Regional and Bilateral Trade,
Ministry of Trade and Industry

 

The African Continental Free Trade Area and Prospects for Africa’s Rapid Development.

 

09/03/2022

Dr. Mawuli R. Coffie

Director, Corporate Business & Strategy, SALT Institute, Ghana

 

International Development Cooperation and the Covid Pandemic-Game-changer or Super-Accelerator?

16/03/2022

 

Prof. Vladimir Antwi-Danso,

Dean of Students, Ghana Armed Forces Staff College

The Ukraine War and the Trilemas of Global Security

23/03/2022

Ambassador Mrs. Agnes Aggrey-Orleans, Retired Career Diplomat

The Challenges Facing the African Diplomat in the 21st Century

30/03/2022

Mr. Solomon Tesfamariam,

Country Director, Plan International Ghana

 

The Role of Civil Society and International Non-Governmental Organizations in Contemporary International Relations.

 

06/04/2022

 

Brigadier-General Frimpong

(Retired Officer)

Conflict and the United Nations: Prevention, Mediation and Resolution

13/04/2022

Amb. Elizabeth Adjei

Former Ambassador to Spain;

Former Director, Ghana Immigration Service

The Impact of Covid-19 on Global Migration

20/04/2022

Ambassador Peter Opata,

Director-General, Research Department

The Role of Intelligence Gathering and Cyber Security in Foreign Policy Formulation.

27/04/2022

H.E. Kati Csaba

Canadian High Commissioner to Ghana

Foreign Policy through a Feminist Lens: Canada’s Approach

 

04/05/2022

Rev. Fr. Dr. Ebenezer Akesseh,

Parish Priest, Christ-the-King Parish, Accra

Virtue, Justice and International Relations: A Discourse

12/05/2022 (TBC)

Amb. D.K. Osei

Retired Career Diplomat, President, CFR (Ghana)

The UN Security Council from 1st January, 2022

 

 

Notice from the Academic Affairs Directorate: General Amnesty Students - First Semester, 2021/2022 Teaching & Examinations

Starting March 17, 2022 - Ending March 17, 2023

 

AA/18C/03-22                                                              16th MARCH 2022

 

                                                         

Notice from the Academic Affairs Directorate: General Amnesty Students

First Semester, 2021/2022 Teaching & Examinations

 

All currently registered General Amnesty students are to note:

 

  1. Take the time to review student services and requirements:

UG Students Information     https://www.ug.edu.gh/students/

  1. Verify registered courses and print out proof of registration from MIS Web for records. Contact relevant College Academic Office to rectify any issues observed:

College

Email

Phone

Number

Humanities

cohacademic@ug.edu.gh

050717802

/055289944

Education

coeacademic@ug.edu.gh

050389980

/026441013

Basic & Applied Sciences

cbasacademic@ug.edu.gh

059501605

/020645018

Health Sciences

academicaffairs@chs.ug.edu.gh

055020291

/026842021

 

  1. Visit the End User Support Office on the ground floor of UGCS to access your UG student email address, SAKAI LMS and other online services needed.
  2. Visit the relevant Department(s)/Learning Centre for the teaching timetable and join ongoing lectures with current students. The assigned campus remains unchanged.
  3. Contact the Head of Department or Departmental Examinations Officer for the equivalent course(s) to join if course(s) is/are not on the timetable.
  4. Print provisional ID from the online portal for Examinations and other purposes:

Students/Staff Services    https://sts.ug.edu.gh/services/

  1. Interim Assessments and End of Semester Examinations should be taken alongside current students on the original campus.

 

 

SIGNED

Frederick Yuorkuu 

Head (Teaching and Examinations Unit) 

 

Distribution

General Amnesty Students

 

cc: Heads of Departments

Examination Officers

College Academic Officers

Head, End User Support Office

 

 

Important Notice: Extension Of Registration Deadline for Continuing Students First Semester, 2021/2022 Academic Year

Starting March 17, 2022 - Ending March 17, 2023

 

AA/18C/03-22                                                             17th March, 2022

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

EXTENSION OF REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS

FIRST SEMESTER, 2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

The deadline for registration (including Add/Drop) for the First Semester of the 2021/2022 Academic Year has been extended to Sunday, 27th March, 2022 for Continuing Students only.

Registered Level 100 students who have related academic challenges may contact their College Academic Officers for redress.

Any student who fails to register by this new deadline shall forfeit his/her right to register for the Academic Year.

Students are to take note and comply accordingly.

 

Thank you.

 

Frederick Yuorkuu

(Head, Teaching and Examinations Unit)

 

 

Distribution: General

 

 

 

Call For Applications: Fox International Fellowship (Tenable At Yale University In The 2022/2023 Academic Year)

Starting March 15, 2022 - Ending March 15, 2023

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS:

FOX INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP

(TENABLE AT YALE UNIVERSITY IN THE 2022/2023 ACADEMIC YEAR)

 

The Office of Research, Innovation and Development announces a Call for Application for the Fox International Fellowship Programme tenable at Yale University, USA in the 2022/2023 academic year (for one year).

 

The Fellowship is a direct two-way student exchange partnership between the University of Ghana and Yale University and has been established to identify and nurture graduate students interested in harnessing scholarly knowledge to respond to the world’s most pressing challenges.

 

Applications are invited from fulltime UG PhD candidates who have completed their first year in any of the following disciplines: Political Science; Sociology; Economics; Psychology; Geography; Philosophy; Anthropology; History and Law.

 

If this sounds like an opportunity of interest, please click on the link below for further details on the programme and application requirements.

https://orid.ug.edu.gh/call-applications-fox-international-fellowship-te...

Applications must be submitted as a single PDF file to orid@ug.edu.gh latest by Friday, 25th March 2022.

 

 

Alumni Passing Through Series Programme - School of Agriculture, College of Basic and Applied Sciences

Starting March 10, 2022 - Ending March 10, 2023

The School of Agriculture, College of Basic and Applied Sciences, invites the University community to its Alumni Passing Through Series Programme. The online Programme is scheduled as follows: 

 

Theme:    BUILDING COLLABORATIVE LEADERSHIP AND HIGH-PERFORMANCE TEAMS

Speaker:   Mr. Kofi Adomakoh, Managing Director of GCB Bank PLC

Date:          Wednesday, 16th  March, 2022

Time:          12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.  

Venue:        Online via Zoom  

 

ID:   64848968112  

Passcode:  ALUMNI

 
 
 
 
 

 

UG 2022 Distance Education Virtual Matriculation Ceremony - College of Education

Starting March 5, 2022 - Ending March 5, 2023

UG 2022 Distance Education Virtual Matriculation Ceremony - College of Education

youtube.com/watch?v=7QOjhynN6KM
 
 

Fuel Africa 2022 Innovation Programme

Starting March 3, 2022 - Ending March 3, 2023

The University of Ghana is partnering Futurize to organize the 2022 Fuel Africa Healthcare Innovation Challenge.

Fuel Africa brings together over 500+ students from 12 universities across Africa for a 1 week, virtual innovation challenge and entrepreneurship bootcamp. Participants will have the opportunity to form multidisciplinary teams, generate practical solutions at the grassroot level, and pitch their solutions to healthcare challenges that advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

The program focuses on advancing access to healthcare and treatment of NCD's aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals# 3, 4, & 5 (Good Health & Well-Being, Quality Education and Gender Equality).

For more information visit: https://www.futurize.studio/fuel-africa

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice on Commencement of Academic Work

Starting February 24, 2022 - Ending February 24, 2023

CL 16

NOTICE ON COMMENCEMENT OF ACADEMIC WORK

The University community is informed that the Business and Executive Committee, at a meeting held on 23rd February, 2022, approved a revised academic calendar for the 2021/2022 academic year. With the revised calendar, academic work for the 2021/2022 academic year will commence from Monday, 28th February, 2022.  The approved calendar will be circulated soon.

Students, faculty and staff should take note of this, in anticipation that the ongoing ratification processes of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) branches will finalize the suspension of the strike, as announced by their National Executive Committee.

                                                                                 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah (Mrs.)

REGISTRAR

 

DISTRIBUTION

General

 

Cc: Vice-Chancellor

Pro Vice-Chancellors

Dean of Student Affairs

Director of Academic Affairs

Director of Public Affairs

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extension of Registration Period for 1st Semester 2021/2022 - Regular and Re-Sit Courses

Starting February 21, 2022 - Ending February 21, 2023

                 

 

AAD.18/2-22                                                                               21st February 2022

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

 

EXTENSION OF REGISTRATION PERIOD FOR

1ST SEMESTER 2021/2022 - REGULAR AND RE-SIT COURSES

 

Students are to take note that registration (add/drop of courses) for the current First Semester of the 2021/2022 Academic Year has been re-opened until start of teaching. This is for first semester regular and re-sit courses only. Notification of a deadline in this respect will issue in due course.

 

Students who have not yet registered are to ensure that they do so as soon as possible.

 

Any student who fails to register before closure shall forfeit his/her right to register for the Academic Year and will be required to request deferment of programme.

 

Opening of Supplementary Re-sit Registration for Second Semester courses has been deferred until further notice.

 

 

 

 

Lydia Anowa Nyako-Danquah (Mrs.)

Director

 

Distribution

General

 

Cc:    Vice-Chancellor

Pro Vice-Chancellors

Registrar

Provosts

President, SRC

President, GRASAG

 

                 

 

Mature Student Admissions Into Distance Education Programme 2022/2023 Academic Year

Starting February 14, 2022 - Ending February 14, 2023

 

 

 

 

Vacancy for Senior Level Administrative Position: Dean of Student Affairs

Starting February 11, 2022 - Ending February 11, 2023

 

Please click on the link below to access the details:

 

https://www.ug.edu.gh/employment-opportunities/vacancy-dean-student-affairs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programme Intern: WUN PhD Research Mentoring and Supervision Practices Project

Starting February 11, 2022 - Ending February 11, 2023

 

 

Please click here to access the details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Virtual Matriculation, 2022 - Collection of Gowns by Fresh Students

Starting February 10, 2022 - Ending February 10, 2023

 

Freshmen/ women who are interested in collecting matriculation gowns are by this notice informed that they can do so at the following locations:

Resident students

  1. Volta Hall
  2. Akuafo Hall
  3. Mensah Sarbah Hall
  4. Legon Hall
  5. Commonwealth Hall
  6. Elizabeth Frances Sey Hall
  7. Hilla Limann Hall
  8. Alexander Kwapong Hall
  9. Jean Nelson Aka Hall
  10. Jubilee Hall/ International Students Hostel

 

 

 

 

 

Office of the Senior Tutor

  1. James Topp Nelson Hostel
  2. Evandy Hostel
  3. Bani Hostel
  4. Africa Union Hostel

Porters Lodge

Non-Resident Students

  1. College of Humanities
  2. College of Basic & Applied Sciences
  3. College of Education

 

College Academic Affairs Office

  1. Accra City Campus

Principal’s Office

  1. College of Health Sciences

Dean’s Office, School of Pharmacy

  1. Graduate Students

School of Graduate Studies

  

You may present your admission letter at your right collection point to be issued with a gown at no cost from Thursday, 10th February, 2022 to Monday, 14th February, 2022.

Please note that all gowns must be returned to the collection point on or before 4.00pm on Tuesday, 15th February, 2022. Failure to return gowns by the deadline will attract the appropriate penalty.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                            

 

                                                                                        

 

 

Invitation to Apply for Sadhu T.L. Vaswani/Indian Association of Ghana Endowment Fund for the 2020/2021 Academic Awards Prize.

Starting February 8, 2022 - Ending February 8, 2023

THE SADHU T.L. VASWANI/INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF GHANA ENDOWMENT FUND AWARDS TENABLE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, 2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

Application forms for the above awards are available on-line at the University’s website: www.ug.edu.gh

Eligibility - Awards are open to needy and deserving students of the University in the fourth year of their programmes (currently in Level 400) with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.0 in the following areas:

Business Economics Mathematics Science Medicine

 

Completed application forms accompanied by an official transcript, should be returned to:

The Admissions Officer

Registrar’s Offices

University of Ghana Legon

 

Closing Date: February 28, 2022

 

REGISTRAR

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Call for Applications for Scholarships

Starting February 7, 2022 - Ending February 7, 2023

 

The Spanish Agency for International Cooperation and Development (AECID), an agency under the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs announces call for applications for scholarships for the 2022/2023 academic year.

Full details of this call please search at www. exteriores.gob.es.  Below is a brief explanation of the four (4) categories that may be of interest to you:

1.   Postgraduate studies: this category is open to civil servants and public sector employees looking to obtain a postgraduate degree in a Spanish university.

2.   Research: this category is open to researchers from Ghanaian public tertiary institutions who are carrying out academic researches.

3.   Internships: this refers to non-remuneration internship opportunities in Spain with institutions that have an agreement with their Ghanaian counterpart.

4.   Diplomatic relations: this scholarship is granted by the Spanish Diplomatic School for studies in a Masters in Diplomatic Relations in Spain.

 

The deadline for applications to the postgraduate courses and the researches is 18th February, 2022.  Applications to the Diplomatic School can be presented between 1st and 18th March, 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: PhD in Plant and Environmental Biology

Starting February 2, 2022 - Ending February 2, 2023

The Department of Plant and Environmental Biology at the University of Ghana is currently inviting applications for its PhD Programme. Successful applicants will enroll in August 2022

Areas of Specialization Plant Taxonomy, Plant Physiology, Plant Anatomy, Plant Genetics, Plant Ecology & Conservation, and Mycology.

 

 

 

Closure of Swimming Pool

Starting January 31, 2022 - Ending January 31, 2023

Following the press statement by University Management on the death of a Level 100 male student at the University of Ghana Sports Directorate Swimming Pool on Saturday, 29th January, 2022, Management of the Sports Directorate wishes to inform the University Community and the public that the swimming pool is closed until further notice.

We wish to express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.

 

Management, Sports Directorate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Press Statement: Death of a Level 100 Student

Starting January 30, 2022 - Ending January 30, 2023

 

PRESS STATEMENT: DEATH OF A LEVEL 100 STUDENT

JANUARY 30, 2022

 

Management of the University of Ghana regrets to announce that a Level 100 male student of the University died around 4:40 p.m. on Saturday, January 29, 2022, while using the swimming pool at the University’s Sports Directorate, in spite of attempts by pool guards to ensure his safety.

The family of the student has been notified and the body has since been deposited at the University Hospital, while further investigations take place.

Management mourns his tragic loss and sends deepest condolences to his family and friends, on behalf of the entire University community.

We assure members of the University community and the bereaved family that Management is working together with the Police and the University Health Services to investigate the unfortunate incident.

The community will be duly informed about any further developments.

 

ELIZIER T. AMEYAW-BURONYAH

DIRECTOR, PUBLIC AFFAIRS DIRECTORATE

 

 

 

EY CSR Scholarship 2021-22 for Level 100

Starting January 27, 2022 - Ending January 27, 2023

The Students Financial Aid Office (SFAO) wishes to inform University community that the DEADLINE for the submission of applications for the above-mentioned scholarship is Friday, 11th February 2022.

The Students Financial Aid Office (SFAO) is accepting 2021/22 applications for the award of The EY CSR Scholarship from UG students from areas of need reading:

  1.  Science (Physics, Chemistry)
  2. Technology
  3. Engineering and
  4. Mathematics

Eligible candidates who have received EY Ghana CSR award in a current year will be eligible for the renewal of the EY Ghana CSR for the subsequent year(s) provided they maintain a Grade Point Average of (GPA) 3.0 or better and are in need of the funds.

The Scholarship will cover academic, residential fees, stipend and feeding allowance.

You are eligible to apply if you:

  1.  Are a Ghanaian Student.
  2.  Obtained a WASSCE aggregate of 15 or better.
  3.  Are able to demonstrate limited family income and/or insufficient funds to cover most educational related expenses.
  4.  Have the will to succeed (determination, perseverance and success in other pursuits).
  5.  Are of a Good Conduct

Ladies are encouraged to apply

Submit a completed   EY- SFAO FORM 2 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION and the required essays, a copy of your Academic Records (WASSCE grades/transcript downloaded) and all relevant documents to The STUDENTS FINANCIAL AID OFFICE located at No. 11 East Legon - Main Campus.

 

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January 2022 Virtual Congregation Ceremony for Graduands on Supplementary Pass Lists

Starting January 26, 2022 - Ending January 26, 2023

University of Ghana announces that a virtual Congregation Ceremony will be held for students who completed their programmes of study during the 2020/2021 academic year in all Colleges and the School of Graduate Studies, but were on the supplementary pass lists, and thus, were unable to join the congregation ceremonies held from Tuesday, 11th January to Saturday, 15th January 2022.

The list of graduands in this supplementary group to be presented in the above-mentioned Congregation Ceremony is available on the online congregation registration portal: Graduation (ug.edu.gh) on the University’s website.

Graduands in the supplementary group who wish to be presented during the Congregation Ceremonies are required to take note of the following:

  1. Ensure that all outstanding financial obligations to the University have been fulfilled.
  2. Register for the Ceremony on the online congregation registration portal. Registration is ongoing and will end on Sunday, January 30, 2022.
  3. Graduands are required to pay a graduation fee of GH250.00.
  4. Payment may be made through Mobile Money, Visa/MasterCard enabled Debit/Credit cards on the congregation registration portal.
  5. Gown and Certificate collection may be undertaken at the relevant collection points:

UG Congregation - Gown collection points | University of Ghana

  1. Respective College Academic Officers may be contacted to resolve any issues in this regard.

Interested graduands are encouraged to register before the deadline indicated above to be presented during the virtual congregation ceremony.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Applications for MIASA Writing Workshop

Starting January 26, 2022 - Ending January 26, 2023

The Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa (MIASA) seeks to provide Africa-based early career researchers working on the themes of governance, conflict resolution and climate change on the continent with the space and intellectual community to transform a draft paper into a publishable journal piece. The 5-day writing workshop is designed to provide early career scholars with the opportunity to contribute to knowledge production in one of the three fields of research focus for this workshop: governance, conflict resolution and climate change.

 

For more information see: https://www.ug.edu.gh/mias-africa/content/call-applications-miasa-writing-workshop-2022-“governance-conflict-resolution-and-climate

 

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Invitation to Inaugural Lecture by Prof. Eric Sampane-Donkor

Starting January 25, 2022 - Ending January 25, 2023

The University community is cordially invited to an Inaugural Lecture to be delivered by Professor Eric Sampane-Donkor, Head, Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Ghana Medical School.

Topic: The 130-Year War between Man and Pneumococcus: Who is Winning?

Date: Thursday, February 10, 2022

Time: 5:00p.m.

Venue: Great Hall

Chairperson: Professor Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, Vice-Chancellor

 

ABSTRACT

Streptococcus pneumoniae, also referred to as pneumococcus, was first isolated in 1881. Over the ensuing 130-year period, the organism has been recognized as one of the most virulent microbial pathogens, recording case fatality rates of up to 66%. An important characteristic of S. pneumoniae is the presence of a polysaccharide capsule, which is the main virulence determinant of the organism and the basis of about 95 pneumococcal capsular types, as well as current pneumococcal vaccines. Clinically, pneumococcus causes several invasive and non-invasive diseases including pneumonia, meningitis, septicaemia, sinusitis and acute otitis media. Globally, there are about 14.5 million episodes of serious pneumococcal disease among children less than 5 years of age each year, resulting in approximately 500,000 deaths, the majority of which occur in low- and middle-income countries. S. pneumoniae is noted for causing outbreaks in some sub-Saharan African countries and particularly, serotype 1 of the organism has been implicated in outbreaks in Ghana, Burkina Faso, Mali and The Gambia.

The public health burden related to S. pneumoniae is further heightened by the increasing resistance of the organism to essential antimicrobial agents particularly penicillin, cephalosporins and macrolides. The high occurrence of pneumococcal antibiotic-resistant genes coupled with the ease with which such genes can spread horizontally, have enhanced global dissemination of successful multi-drug resistant pneumococcal clones such as Spain23F-1, South Africa19A-13 and Greece 6B-22. It is estimated that up to 40% of S. pneumoniae display multi-drug resistant phenotypes, which is highly variable among countries. Paradoxically, S. pneumoniae is carried as part of the normal bacterial flora of the upper respiratory tract of humans, and carriage is the precursor for development of pneumococcal disease, and is also responsible for transmission of the organism from person-to-person. Carriage of pneumococcus is particularly high among children younger than five years; the colonization rate rises from birth and peaks around the age of 1–2 years, and thereafter experiences an age-related decline. The enormous public health burden associated with S. pneumoniae underscores the importance of its control through vaccination. At present, two types of pneumococcal vaccines are available: conjugate vaccines and the pure polysaccharide vaccine (unconjugated). The pure polysaccharide vaccine has 23 serotypes, and has a good efficacy of 60%–70% in protecting against these serotypes. However, its usefulness is limited as it induces no herd effect, its duration of protection is short, and infants respond poorly to it. Most of these limitations have been overcome by the relatively new conjugate vaccines, in which purified capsular polysaccharides are conjugated to a nontoxic variant of the diphtheria toxin.

Current pneumococcal conjugate vaccines (PCVs) consist of 10 or 13 capsular types and have been introduced into the immunisation programme of about 146 countries. Following the introduction of PCVs, there has been a dramatic decline in pneumococcal infections in vaccinated children and a herd immunity effect in other age groups. However, this success has been tempered by serotype replacement for ongoing invasive pneumococcal disease. The trend of escalating pneumococcal antibiotic resistance coupled with the failure of discovering new antibiotics in recent times to “attack” the pneumococcus, and the limitations of current pneumococcal vaccines, seem to be tilting the “pneumococcal war” in favour of the organism. A pneumococcal vaccine based on a highly conserved surface protein among all pneumococcal serotypes and strains is required to eventually defeat S. pneumoniae. However, such a vaccine has eluded the scientific community for many years now.

In this lecture, Professor Eric Sampane-Donkor will provide an in-depth review of pneumococcus, delivering insights into the biology and pathogenicity of the organism. He will discuss pneumococcal interventions and evolutionary responses of the organism to these interventions. In particular, the lecture will highlight important contributions that his research group at the Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Ghana Medical School, has made to this exciting and important field of infectious disease research in the past two decades.

Profile

Professor Eric Sampane-Donkor is a Professor of Bacteriology and Global Health in the Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Ghana Medical School, College of Health Sciences. He holds a PhD in Medical Microbiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK, and a PhD in Public Health from the University of Iceland, Reykjavik. He undertook postdoctoral studies in Microbial Genomics at University of Cambridge, UK. His other academic qualifications include MSc Structural Molecular Biology from Birkbeck College, University of London, UK, MPhil Animal Microbiology and Immunology from the University of Ghana, Legon, MBA Management from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Postgraduate Diploma in Infectious and Tropical Diseases from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK, and a BSc (Hons) degree in Biochemistry from the University of Ghana, Legon.

With a broad academic background, Professor Sampane-Donkor applies concepts from several fields to help address the global infectious disease challenge through research. His current research interests focus on understanding the dynamics of infectious pathogens in at-risk populations, such as patients with stroke, sickle cell disease and diabetes. He has authored 112 journal articles, mainly in international journals, of which he is first and/or senior author of 62. Many of Professor Sampane-Donkor’s publications appear in reputable journals, such as MBio, BMC Genomics, Lancet Infectious Diseases, Lancet EClinical Medicine, Frontiers in Infection and Cellular Microbiology, Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, and Genes. Additionally, he has 15 publications in the form of book chapters (5), books (2) and technical reports (8).

Professor Sampane-Donkor is a high-level expert on the pneumococcus (Streptococcus pneumoniae), a highly virulent microbial pathogen that causes severe invasive and non-invasive diseases, such as pneumonia, meningitis and septicaemia. His work on this pathogen contributed to the introduction of the Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine in Ghana in 2012, and also earned him the first African Prize of the Robert Austrian Award in Pneumococcal Vaccinology from Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, USA. He has also researched extensively on the evolution of antibiotic resistance in Ghana, providing timely data for empirical treatment of bacterial infections in the country. For instance, a paper he published on antibiotic resistance of uropathogens in 2016 was the basis for discontinuation of ciprofloxacin in the treatment of urinary tract infections among bladder outlet obstruction patients at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Ghana. Researching in the area of global health, Professor Sampane-Donkor has been involved in extensive collaborations across the globe, working with institutions such as the Sanger Institute in Cambridge, UK, Centres for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia, Sackler School of Public Health, Tel Aviv University in Israel, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Ohio State University College of Medicine in Columbus, USA, and the Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Taif University in Saudi Arabia.

Professor Sampane-Donkor provides consultancy services to several local and international institutions, such as the National Accreditation Board of Ghana, Clinton Health Access Initiative and the World Health Organization. In a recent assignment, he undertook and led a nationwide study for the Ghanaian Ministry of Health towards a public-private partnership in diagnostics as part of the African Health Diagnostics Platform. This study formed the basis for assessing Ghana’s share of a € 76-million loan from the European Investment Bank to four African countries, namely Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and Ghana, to improve diagnostics in the sub-region. Overall, Professor Sampane-Donkor has undertaken 15 funded research projects, with funding support from several institutions, such as the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations, World Health Organization, Wyeth Vaccines and Eimksip Fund. Currently, he is the Principal Investigator of a US$ 622,000 project funded by the National Institutes of Health, USA, to unravel the impact of vaccination on the population biology of Streptococcus pneumoniae with regard to children with sickle cell disease; he is also the site (Ghana) Principal Investigator of an ongoing £ 3.1 million Fleming Fund regional grant project aimed at addressing the problem of antimicrobial resistance in developing countries through surveillance; moreover he is the Principal Investigator of an ongoing US$ 100,000 project funded by Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, USA on surveillance of invasive pneumococcal disease in Ghana. In the last five years, Prof Sampane-Donkor has received research funds to the tune of US$ 6.5 million as either Principal Investigator or Co-investigator.

He serves as Academic Editor for several journals, including Frontiers in Tropical Medicine (USA), Pathogens Journal (Switzerland), and the Journal of Ghana Science Association. He also serves as an ad hoc reviewer for many local and international journals. Prof Sampane-Donkor had been a visiting faculty/scientist to several international institutions, such as the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, University of Sussex in the UK and University of Minnesota in the United States. Currently, he is a Visiting Professor of Infectious Diseases at the Sackler School of Public Health, Tel Aviv University, Israel and a Life Fellow of Wolfson College, University of Cambridge, UK. He is part of several international initiatives, including the Global Pneumococcal Sequencing Consortium, Fleming Fund Convening of Antimicrobial Resistance Experts, Partnerships for International Medical Education, and the Global Bacterial Vaccinology Network (BactiVac).

At the University of Ghana, Professor Sampane-Donkor has served on several committees, including the Graduate School Board, Ethical and Protocol Review Committee of the College of Health Sciences, Scientific and Technical Committee of the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, Editorial Board of the UG Readers Project, College of Health Sciences Research Board (Chairman), Board of the Office of Research, Innovation and Development (ORID), UG Academic Board, and Academic Board of the College of Health Sciences. Currently, he is the Vice-Chancellor’s representative on the Management Committee of the School of Biological Sciences and the head of the Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Ghana Medical School. Professor Sampane-Donkor has mentored 8 junior faculty members and supervised 3 postdoctoral fellows, 10 PhD students and 31 MPhil/MSc students in Ghana and abroad. He has contributed to the training of about 3000 undergraduate medical students in Ghana, across the University of Ghana Medical School, Accra College of Medicine and Family Health Medical School, in the subject area of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. He has served as external examiner for several institutions such as the University of London’s MSc programme in Communicable Diseases.

In recognition of his high achievements, contribution to science in Ghana, and excellent academic scholarship, Professor Sampane-Donkor was elected to fellowship of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2021. He is also a fellow of the Institute of Biomedical Science in the UK.

Professor Eric Sampane-Donkor fellowships with the Deeper Life Campus Fellowship. He is married to Gloria Sampane-Donkor and they have four daughters: Richelle, Micheline, Shirley and Johanna.

 

Link to full CV:

https://dmm.ug.edu.gh/people/faculty/eric-sampane-donkor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Important Notice: Collection of Certificates or Academic Gowns (1st Degree and Diploma Holders) 2020/2021 Graduation

Starting January 21, 2022 - Ending January 21, 2023

Following the completion of the graduation ceremonies for the 2020/2021 academic year, all First Degree and  Diploma graduates must note that their Certificates or Academic Gowns will be issued from their respective Colleges from the 17th January, 2022.

 

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Call for PhD Applications – Lisa Maskell Fellowship Programme

Starting January 20, 2022 - Ending January 20, 2023

The University of Ghana has received a grant from the Gerda Henkel Foundation of Germany to support training of PhD students in the Humanities under a project titled Enhancing Doctoral Training in the Humanities in West Africa.

 

Please click here for the details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Invitation to a Seminar - School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Starting January 19, 2022 - Ending January 19, 2023

The School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, College of Basic and Applied Sciences invites the University community to its virtual seminar  dubbed “Afternoons with the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences”.  The event is scheduled as follows:  

Topic:                  21st Century Microbial Natural Product Drug Discovery in the African Context: Ghana as Case Study.  

Presenter:           Prof. Kweku Kyeremeh, Associate Professor, Department  of Chemistry 

Date:                   Thursday, January 20, 2022 

Time:                  12:30 p.m. 

 

 

Please click on the link below for  the abstract:

Abstract

 

All are cordially invited.

Notice on Off-Campus Students Accommodation

Starting January 14, 2022 - Ending January 14, 2023

Dear all,

As part of efforts to supplement the accommodation available on campus, the Off-Campus Student Accommodation Committee, constituted by Management of the University, has identified a number of suitable residential properties outside campus which can be occupied by interested students.

Kindly note that the contractual relationship is solely between the student and the property owner and for that matter, the University does not accept any liabilities. However, in order to safeguard the interest of our students, the Office of Legal Counsel has designed a Hostel Tenancy Agreement to regulate both parties.

This opportunity is being offered initially to Levels 100 and 200 students.

To access the list of available facilities, details of the location, pictures of the properties, charges and property owners, kindly click on the link below:

https://www.ug.edu.gh/freshers/off-campus-accommodation

 

Thank you.

 

 

Distribution

General

 

 

cc: Director, Public Affairs

Radio Univers

Ag. President, SRC

 

University of Ghana Medical School Graduate Entry Medical Programme - List of Candidates Short-Listed For Access Course -2022

Starting January 14, 2022 - Ending January 14, 2023

You have been shortlisted to participate in the two- week Access Course for the 2022 GEMP admission from 24th January, - 4th February 2022 followed by entrance examination on 15th February 2022 all on the KOLLE BU CAMPUS. The Access Course would be held in the Obstetrics and Gynaecology Lecture Hall and College of Health Sciences Exam Hall (Charles Easmon), at 9:00am each day. Your designated venue for the Access Course would be posted on notice boards at the GEMP Secretariat, UGMS Administration and the lecture halls by 20th January 2022. Kindly check on your designated hall before 9 am on January 24 to avoid crowding.

 

Payment

Candidates are to pay a fee of Two Thousand Ghana Cedis (Ghs 2,000.00) for the two-week Access Course, Entrance Examination and interviews into this Account:

University of Ghana Medical School

GCB Bank PLC

Korle Bu Branch

A/C No. 1131180000772.

Kindly indicate FULL NAME, UGMS-GEMP on the pay-in-slip. Present the proof of payment to the GEMP Secretariat, Korle-Bu between 8:00am -5:00pm on working days or send a legible scanned copy to gempugms@ug.edu.gh with a copy to academicugms@ug.edu.gh on or before 21st January 2022. Kindly ensure that the name on the proof of payment is legible and same as that on the application form.

 

Confident Tricksters

Applicants are advised NOT to pay any monies to third persons and should beware of confident tricksters and con men who offer to help them.

 

COVID-19 Protocols

Candidates are reminded that the School operates a NO MASK NO ENTRY policy and that all COVID-19 preventive protocols will be adhered to strictly.

Candidates are informed that COVID-19 Vaccination Cards would be inspected



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Important Notice - Accommodation for University of Ghana Students

Starting January 12, 2022 - Ending January 12, 2023

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

ACCOMMODATION FOR UNIVERSITY OF GHANA STUDENTS

 

It has come to the attention of Management of the University of Ghana that some unscrupulous individuals parading themselves as representatives of the halls of residence and officials of the University are purporting to have beds available for sale to students. 

Students and the general public are hereby informed and cautioned against the activities of such fraudsters, as beds have not been reserved for sale subsequent to the online selection which was done earlier. 

Additionally, Management has noted that some students who were able to secure beds during the online selection, are purportedly selling these beds to other students. Students are warned that such transactions are an infringement of the University’s regulations for Junior Members, and any students caught either selling or buying beds will be severely sanctioned.

Arrangements have been made to secure additional off-campus accommodation for students, and a notice to that effect will be issued soon.

 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah

REGISTRAR 

 

Important Notice: Shuttle Service for Graduating Students from The School of Graduate Studies

Starting January 12, 2022 - Ending January 12, 2023

13th January, 2022

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:

SHUTTLE SERVICE FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS FROM THE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES

All post-graduate graduating students who have registered to attend the January, 2022 in-person congregation ceremonies should note that in order to minimize traffic, they will not be able to drive their cars up to the area around the Registry. There will be buses to pick graduands at the following locations to and from the Congregation Grounds on 14th -15th January, 2022:

 

· Adjacent Ecobank (Legon Campus)

· The Lawns Adjacent University Guest Centre

· The Lawns Adjacent International House

 

Graduands are required to show their invitation cards to be granted entry to the shuttle buses.

There will be volunteers and security personnel at different locations to offer directions to graduands. Graduands should, therefore, follow the instructions to park their vehicles and join the shuttle buses.

Please be reminded that only graduating students will be admitted to the Congregation venue. No guests are allowed, and Covid-19 protocols will be strictly adhered to.

 

signed

Emelia Agyei-Mensah (Mrs.)

REGISTRAR

 

 

Invitation to Laptop Award Ceremony

Starting January 11, 2022 - Ending January 11, 2023

The University of Ghana Business School is inviting the University Community to an awards ceremony and launch of the school’s one-student-one-laptop initiative scheduled for; 

Date:               Thursday, January 13, 2022,  

Venue:            R.S. Amegashie Auditorium 

Time:              10:00 a.m. 

The idea for this initiative was birthed during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 when the school initiated an essay competition to document student experiences with respect to teaching and learning over that period. Several corporate organizations and individuals were contacted by the school to donate laptops to be awarded to deserving students who participated in the competition. 

On the strength of this favourable response from the corporate bodies and individuals, the school under the direction of the Dean proceeded to put together a Committee to put in motion plans to initiate the launch of the school’s one-student-one-laptop initiative during the award ceremony for the winners of the essay competition. 

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Computer Science Online Short Courses

Starting January 11, 2022 - Ending December 31, 2022

The Department of Computer Science, University of Ghana, is holding an intensive eight-week (8) professional certificate courses. This is open to Senior High Graduates, Tertiary Students, Graduates, Workers and the General Public. 

There are various I.T. fields from Database to Digital Marketing. 

 

Please click here to access  details of the course.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

College Based Orientation for Freshly Admitted Students of the University of Ghana

Starting January 10, 2022 - Ending January 10, 2023

 

SCHEDULE FOR JANUARY 2022 COLLEGE BASED ORIENTAION PROGRAMMES

 

Date

9.30 a.m.

10.00 a.m.

11.00 a.m.

2.00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday,

11th January,

2022

College of Humanities

General Session

https://bit.ly/coh-orientation-2022

 

College of Education

https://bit.ly/3qkNoal

College of Health Sciences

https://bit.ly/3F6NbLS

 

College of Humanities

University of Ghana Business School (BSc Admin)

https://bit.ly/3t70vh1

 

College of Humanities

University of Ghana School of Law

 

 

Wednesday,

12th January,

2022

School of Graduate Studies

https://bit.ly/3JZt99G

 

Meeting ID: 695 0180 4798

Passcode: 550330

 

 

College of Humanities

School of Performing Arts

https://youtu.be/F5hKpVxVL8A

 

College of Humanities

University of Ghana Business School

(BA with UGBS subjects)

https://bit.ly/31COLr8

 

College of Basic and Applied Sciences

 

https://bit.ly/3GdMAtf

 

 

College of Health Sciences

School of Nursing and Midwifery (SONM)

https://bit.ly/3f9px6W

 

 

College of Health Sciences

School of Pharmacy (SOP)

https://bit.ly/3tgCPH9

 

College of Humanities

School of Arts

https://bit.ly/sartsorientation2022

College of Humanities

School of Languages

https://bit.ly/3zGozIE

 

Thursday,

13th January,

2022

College of Humanities

School of Social Sciences https://bit.ly/ssorientation2022

 

College of Health Sciences

University of Ghana Medical School (UGMS)

https://bit.ly/3HQcoff

 

 

College of Health Sciences

University of Ghana Dental School (UGDS)

https://bit.ly/3fas6Wg

 

 

 

College of Health Sciences

School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences (SBAHS)

https://bit.ly/3zPQk1B

University of Ghana Accra City Campus - https://bit.ly/ACC2022_Orientation

 

 

 

Orientation Programme - 2021/2022 Academic Year

Starting January 8, 2022 - Ending January 8, 2023

IMPORTANT NOTICE

ORIENTATION PROGRAMME

2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

All fresh students are to note that they are to participate in a compulsory Orientation Programme from Monday, January 10 to Thursday, January 13, 2022.

Given the current circumstances, the programme will be carried out virtually. The Session for Monday, January 10, 2022 will be premiered in 2 sessions through the following links: Morning Session, from 9.00 am: https://youtu.be/xJ-lRwAro0w Afternoon Session, from 1.00 pm: https://youtu.be/Um0p2q3MdcU

 

The 2021/2022 Orientation programme is scheduled as follows:

DAY 1: Monday, January 10, 2022

Morning Session: 9.00am -11.00am

1. Knowing Your University

Speaker - Mrs. Lydia Anowa Nyako-Danquah, (Director, Academic Affairs Directorate)

 

2. Your responsibility as a Junior Member in the University of Ghana

Speaker - Professor Godfred Bokpin (Dean of Students Affairs)

 

3. Your financial responsibilities and obligations

Speaker - Mr. Samuel Osei Mensah (Accountant, Students’ Accounts)

 

4. Services available at the University of Ghana Computing Systems

Speakers - Ms. Ama Dadson and Mr. Benjamin Cobblah (Representatives of Chief Information Technology Officer)

 

5. Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning: The Sakai Learning and Management System

Speaker - Mr. Francis Awuye-Kpobi (UGCS)

 

6. Academic Quality Assurance in the University of Ghana

Speaker- Professor Daniel Twerefou (Director, Academic Quality Assurance Unit)

 

7. Getting to know the University of Ghana Library System.

Speaker – Mrs. Theodosia Adanu (Ag. University Librarian)

 

8. Surviving the Challenges of University Life

Speaker – Dr. Mrs. Bridget Ben-Naimah (Director, Careers and Counselling Centre)

 

DAY 1: Monday, January 10, 2022

Afternoon Session: 1.00pm -2.00pm

1. Financial Aid/Loan to Students

Speakers - Mrs. Christine Baning (Head, Students’ Financial Aid Office)

Ms. Isabella Anoff (Zonal Manager, Students Loan Trust Fund)

 

2. Students’ Health Needs / Sexual and Reproductive Health Issues

Speaker - Dr. Mark Frempong (Director, University Health Services)

 

3. Sports at the University of Ghana

Speaker – Mr. Augustine Amissare (Representative of Director, Sports Directorate)

 

4. Security Consciousness on Campus

Speaker – Major Gariba Pabi (Rtd) (Security Coordinator)

5. Sexual Harassment Policy of the University of Ghana

Speaker - Professor Margaret Amoakohene (Chairperson, Anti-Sexual Harassment Committee)

 

6. Office of Students with Special Needs

Speaker- Dr. Efua Esaaba Mantey (Coordinator, Office of Students with Special Needs)

 

DAYS 2-4: Tuesday, January 11, to Thursday, January 13, 2022

INTERACTION WITH COLLEGES

 

All students are to link up with their respective Colleges on each day from 9:00am for live interactive sessions. The links for the orientation at the Colleges will be released on Monday, 10th January 2022.

Thank you.

 

 

Lydia Anowa Nyako-Danquah (Mrs.)

Director, Academic Affairs

 

 

Request for applications Queen Elizabeth Scholars at University of Ghana (UG)

Starting January 6, 2022 - Ending January 6, 2023

Request for applications

Queen Elizabeth Scholars at University of Ghana (UG)

 

Doctoral, Post-doctoral, and Early Career award for West Africans

 

The Queen Elizabeth Scholars (QES) program has funded NetLinks, a McGill University-University of Ghana-Université Joseph KI-ZERBO program to strengthen the capacity of researchers who work with farmers, entrepreneurs, community leaders, and local institutions to develop solutions to enhance equity and sustainable inclusive growth in rural communities. Our team works with private and public institutions to (i) improve inter-institutional coordination of services, (ii) enhance women’s access to financial, technical, and health services, (iii) increase women’s leadership opportunities and decision-making in businesses and communities, (iv) augment women’s voices in communities and with institutions, and (v) decrease gender inequities.

NetLinks will support a network of exceptional scholars from diverse disciplines who are at the doctoral, post-doctoral, and early career stages. The program integrates research and professional training with internships hosted at non-academic institutions working in rural communities. Cross-cutting research issues will include but are not be limited to (i) the quality of production of small-scale women farmers working on high-value animal products and other agricultural commodities, (ii) farmers’ association(s) and cooperatives to support women farmers and facilitate access to agriculture and financial services and development of small businesses, (iii) adolescent girls and women’s knowledge and skills needed to become successful agriculture-related entrepreneurs; and (iv) institutional collaborations to provide services and support for adolescent girls and women’s nutrition, development, and income generation.

The QES NetLinks program is a 5-week professional development program at the University of Ghana’s Nutrition Research and Training Centre in Asesewa, Ghana1. The program will be carried out in English; some language assistance will be available for Francophones, with the expectation that Anglophone Scholars expand their Francophone capabilities, and vice-versa. The program includes:

(i) training on leadership, ethics, communications/social media, gender equity, research methods, data management, and grant management;

(ii) a collaborative research project with a Research Placement Partner (RPP), located in Canada or an eligible2 African country, for at least 11 days of the 35 days of the program3. This may be in-person or virtual. The RPP may be a for-profit business, a non-governmental organization, or an independent research institution and will be chosen a priori in consultation with the scholar;

(iii) engagement activities with the local community; and

(iv) networking with other QEScholars and project resource persons

 

Eligibility criteria:

(i) Three types of applicants are being recruited:

a. all-but-dissertation (ABD) doctoral student (completed coursework and PhD qualifying exams)

b. postdoctoral researcher (PhD, conducting research under mentorship of a principal investigator)

c. early career researcher (PhD, independent researcher who has led her/his own laboratory or research project for 4-7 years or is in a tenure-track position)

(ii) Citizen of one of the eligible African countries2. Candidates holding dual nationality with Canada are not eligible.

(iii) Able to commit to a 5-week on-site training in the Eastern Region of Ghana. The program is expected to start in early March, 2022.

(iv) Meets all health requirements for Ghana, including yellow fever and COVID-19 vaccinations

(v) Language requirements: Francophones: have adequate English language skills; Anglophones: applicants with French language skills will be prioritized

 

 

Selection criteria:

(i) Quality of candidate

(ii) Potential to benefit from the training and research experience

(iii) Potential to contribute long-term to institutional capacity development

(iv) Potential to strengthen collaborations among institutions within eligible African countries2 and with Canada

 

* Candidates who are currently collaborating or planning collaborations among institutions in eligible African countries2 are encouraged to apply.

* Female candidates are encouraged to apply.

Applicants should send in one pdf file, with the following items to qes_linkin-ghana_admin.shn@mcgill.ca

(please note that the email address includes an underscore after qes and after ghana) by 23h59 GMT, Friday Jan 22, 2022. Applicants will be informed of the status of their application by January 29th. This call will remain open until the award positions are filled.

 

1. Maximum one-page statement on your interest in community development/ entrepreneurship/ gender equity

2. Maximum one-page statement of the value of the proposed training for your career

3. Current curriculum vitae (maximum 3 pages)

4. Letter of support from supervisor (doctoral, post-doctoral) or department chair (early career)

 

 

Please direct questions to: Dr. Richmond Aryeetey (University of Ghana) at raryeetey@ug.edu.gh Dr. Ella Compaore (Université Joseph KI-ZERBO) at ella.compaore@ujkz.bf Dr. Grace Marquis (McGill University) at grace.marquis@mcgill.ca

 

 

NOTES

1 All international and in-country travel, accommodations, and meals will be paid directly by the program. Personal expenses related to visas, vaccines, COVID-19 testing, and airport transfers will be reimbursed in Ghana. The program does not provide stipends or salary compensation.

 

2 Benin, Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo

 

3 Some scholars may have extended time on QES after the on-site program. The minimum time with the RPP is 30% of the total duration of a scholar’s program.

 

 

January 2022 Congregation Ceremony Registration

Starting January 6, 2022 - Ending January 6, 2023

January 6, 2022

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE

JANUARY 2022 CONGREGATION CEREMONY REGISTRATION

 

- Registration Deadlines:

The deadline for graduands online registration for the physical congregation ceremony for postgraduate students has been extended to Sunday, 9th January 2022 at 11:59pm.

 

The deadline for undergraduate students’ online registration for the virtual congregation ceremony, however, remains today, Thursday 6th January 2022 at 11:59pm. This is to enable technical arrangements to be made regarding the virtual congregation ceremonies online.

 

- Omissions from the Online Registration List

Final year students eligible to graduate whose names are currently missing from the online list for registration for the Congregation Ceremony are to note that due to time constraints, outstanding names will be processed promptly and published as supplementary pass lists as soon as the necessary administrative quality assurance processes are undertaken. Such students may pick up their certificates afterwards when this process is complete. A separate virtual graduation ceremony will be performed for those on the supplementary pass lists.

 

Final year students affected in this regard are implored to bear with the University as outstanding graduation issues are resolved.

 

Thank you.

 

 

Lydia Anowa Nyako-Danquah (Mrs.)

Director

 

 

 

For: General Distribution.

 

 

Collection and Return of Gowns by Graduating Students from the School of Graduate Studies

Starting January 6, 2022 - Ending January 6, 2023

                                                                                           

6th January, 2022

                                

                                    IMPORTANT NOTICE

COLLECTION AND RETURN OF GOWNS BY GRADUATING STUDENTS FROM THE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES

 

All graduate students who have paid and registered for the January, 2022 congregation are reminded to collect their academic gowns starting from Wednesday, January 6, 2022 at the following locations:

 

PROGRAMME

LOCATION

1

Masters and PhD graduating students from UGBS

2nd Floor of the Graduate campus of UGBS, Near the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA)

2

All other Masters and PhD graduating students

School of Graduate Studies, Near the School of Nursing

 

All graduands are meanwhile reminded that gowns must be returned to the University at the collection point by Wednesday, January 19, 2022.

Please note that failure to return a gown within the stipulated time will attract a penalty.

 

       signed

Lydia Nyako-Danquah

Director Academic Affairs

 

 

 

 

January 2022 Congregation Ceremonies

Starting January 5, 2022 - Ending January 5, 2023
 

University of Ghana announces that Congregation Ceremonies will be held for students who completed their programmes of study during the 2020/2021 academic year in all Colleges and the School of Graduate Studies.

 

The January 2022 Congregation Ceremonies will be held from Tuesday, 11th January to Saturday, 15th January, 2022.

 

Accordingly, students who have completed their programmes of study and wish to be presented during the January 2022 Congregation Ceremonies are required to take note of the following:

1. Ensure that all outstanding financial obligations to the University have been fulfilled.

2. Register online from Monday, December 20, 2021 to Thursday, January 6, 2022.

3. Graduands are required to pay a graduation fee of GH₵250.00.

 

4. The following modes of payment are available:

§ Payment may be made through Mobile Money, Visa/MasterCard enabled Debit/Credit cards on the Congregation registration portal.

§ At any branch of Ecobank Ghana Limited

Please visit https://www.ug.edu.gh/congregation for:

 

· Detailed information on the mode of congregation ceremonies as well as the payment and registration processes.

· Arrangements for the collection of gowns and certificates as well as other relevant information.

 

The list of graduands to be presented in the January 2022 Congregation Ceremonies will be available on the University’s website at: https://www.ug.edu.gh

 

 

SCHEDULE FOR JANUARY 2022 CONGREGATION CEREMONIES

Date

9.00 a.m.

11.00 a.m.

2.00 p.m.

4.00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday,

11th January, 2022

College of Health Sciences

i.   BPharm 

ii.  BPH 

iii. BSc (Nursing & Allied Health Programmes)

https://youtu.be/swUbikW1U9s

College of Health Sciences

i.   MBChB 

ii.  BDS 

iii. BSc. Med. Sci. 

https://youtu.be/WqHqLVk_yqk

 

 

 

Wednesday,

12th January, 2022

College of Humanities

BSc Administration

https://youtu.be/eqt_vVMqxzw

College of Humanities

BFA / BA

https://youtu.be/491xaqF__-8

College of Humanities

BA

https://youtu.be/lXFPftgzbIM

College of Humanities

BA

https://youtu.be/gEY52WdcKXA

Thursday, 13th January, 2022

College of Basic & Applied Sciences

i.   BSc Biological Sciences

ii.  BSc Agriculture

iii. BSc Family and Consumer Sciences

iv.  DVM

v.  Diploma in Agriculture

 

College of Basic & Applied Sciences

i.   BSc Physical and Mathematical Sciences

ii.  BSc Engineering Sciences

 

College of Humanities

BSc Administration

 

College of Humanities

BA

 

Friday,

14th January, 2022

School of Graduate Studies

(In person ceremony)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

College of Education

i. BA and BSc Education

ii. Diploma in:

  • Accounting
  • Adult Education
  • Librarianship
  • Public Administration
  • Youth in Development

 

School of Graduate Studies

(In person ceremony)

 

 

Saturday,

15th January, 2022

School of Graduate Studies

(In person ceremony)

College of Education

BA and BSc (Distance Education

 

School of Graduate Studies

(In-person ceremony)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Installation of the 18th Warden of Volta Hall

Starting January 3, 2022 - Ending January 3, 2023

 

 

 

https://youtu.be/-u-uir1ryq8

 

 

COVID-19 Vaccination Programme for Start of 2021/2022 Academic Year

Starting January 3, 2022 - Ending January 3, 2023

Management of the University has noted with concern the rise of COVID-19 infections within the University community, as well as within the general public.

As the 2021/2022 Academic Year starts, Management is mindful of vaccine mandates being discussed at the national level, and therefore encourages all students and staff to present themselves for COVID-19 vaccinations and to continue to observe COVID-19 prevention protocols at all times.

Students seeking accommodation in halls of residence and hostels on campus are particularly urged to get vaccinated ahead of the expected national vaccination mandate.

Members of the University Community are informed that Vaccination Centres will operate at the following locations from Tuesday 4th, to Wednesday 12th January, 2022 from 8.30 a. m. to 2.00 p.m. daily

 

i.      University of Ghana Hospital. (In front of the Hospital Administration building)

ii.     Close to the Students’ Clinic (Central Cafeteria)

iii.    New Halls area (Elizabeth Frances Sey etc. area)

iv.    Africa Union Hall area

v.     Akuafo Hall Annex area

vi.    Legon Main Hall area

 

The following are eligible to take the vaccine: 

  • Persons, 18 years and above who have never had a COVID-19 vaccine would receive the Moderna vaccine. 
  • Persons, 18 years and above, who received the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine not less than four (4) weeks ago, and are awaiting the second dose of AstraZeneca. Clients in this category must show a valid Vaccination Card for the first dose.
  • Persons between 15 years and 18 years who have never had a COVID-19 vaccine would be administered with the Pfizer vaccine.

All eligible persons should come along with a valid national ID card and a COVID-19 Vaccination Card (for those requiring a second dose).

  • Any employee or student who develops a fever, cough, cold or sore throat should isolate himself or herself till it clears.
  • Members of the community should contact the University of Ghana Hospital for advice if they develop a fever (temperature above 37.4°C), or a cough/cold that persists for several days or gets worse.

 

University of Ghana Hospital: 059 395 5913 (Telephone or WhatsApp)

 

REGISTRAR

 

 

Distribution

General

 

 

 

Updated Schedule: Opening of Residential Portal

Starting January 3, 2022 - Ending December 30, 2022

It is announced for the information of University of Ghana students that as a result of the shutdown of the Network Operating Centre (NOC), the Opening of the Portal for Residential Application has been rescheduled as follows: 

 

Tuesday, January 4, 2022: Level 100 students 

Wednesday, January 5, 2022: Level 200 students 

Thursday, January 6, 2022: Level 300 students   

Friday, January 7, 2022: Levels 400 and 600 students 

 

The portal will open at 9:00 a.m. each day. 

 

Prospective applicants should kindly take note of these changes and comply. 

 

Please be reminded that by this notice, the following students are invited to apply for the limited number of available beds to be put up: 

  • All Levels 100 and 200 students 
  • Levels 300 and 400 students who were non-resident prior to the 2020/2021 academic year 
  • Level 600 students. 
  • Levels 300 and 400 students who were in residence prior to the 2020/2021 academic year are not required to take part in this process. 

 

Kindly note that only students who have paid their Academic Facility User Fees can participate in this process. 

 

Below is the link to the application portal: 

https://ugra.ug.edu.gh/resapply/

 

NB: Please note that all the time the NOC is down, all UG Network systems (with the exception of UG email) are also down, including MIS Web and, therefore, the Registration of Courses, Payment, etc are also affected. Once the NOC is up, these activities can resume, and we will inform you accordingly. 

 
 
 

Vice-Chancellor’s End-of-Year Message

Starting January 1, 2022 - Ending December 30, 2022

Vice-Chancellor’s New Year Message

Colleague faculty members and staff, dear students, our cherished alumni, sponsors and partners, I wish you all a joyous festive season and best wishes for the year 2022.

Let us all look forward to a prosperous new year as we endeavour to be committed and dedicated to the service of our dear University. I believe with our collective efforts, we will become a shining star on our continent and globally.

Afehyia pa!

 

PROF. NANA ABA APPIAH AMFO

VICE-CHANCELLOR

 

 

Please click the link below to watch the full message from the Vice-Chancellor: 

Vice-Chancellor's Message

 

 

 

 

 

Important Notice Regarding 2021/2022 Admissions to the University of Ghana

Starting December 30, 2021 - Ending December 30, 2022

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING 2021/2022 ADMISSIONS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

The attention of Management of the University of Ghana has been drawn to the activities of fraudsters parading as admissions agents or employees of the University, and deceiving applicants into paying monies under the pretext of securing them admission into the University.

Management would like to reiterate that admissions into the University are still going on, and are done in an open and fair manner, using cut-off points as detailed on the University’s website www.ug.edu.gh

Applicants are advised not to engage with these fraudsters, as they are in no way able to influence admissions into the University.

Any enquiries regarding this year’s admissions should be channeled to the University of Ghana Admissions Team via the following contacts:

 

Admissions Office: 0260950170/0200480431/0200480344/0243985001 Email: admissions@ug.edu.gh

WhatsApp: 0200480344

 

College of Humanities: 0507178028/0552899445/0307080628 Email: cohacademic@ug.edu.gh

 

College of Basic & Applied Sciences: 0595016052/0206450182 Email: cbasadmissions@ug.edu.gh

 

College of Education: 0200088432/0552996775 Email: coeacademic@ug.edu.gh

 

College of Health Sciences: 0268420215/0550202911 Email: academicaffairs@chs.edu.gh

 

Any persons with information that can assist with apprehending these fraudsters should call 0244546417 to make a report.

 

REGISTRAR

 

 

Statement from Academic Board of the University of Ghana on Supposed Swearing In of SRC Executives

Starting December 27, 2021 - Ending December 27, 2022

Ref. No. : CL 16

27th December, 2021

 

STATEMENT FROM ACADEMIC BOARD OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GHANA ON SUPPOSED SWEARING IN OF SRC EXECUTIVES

The Academic Board of the University of Ghana has noted a supposed swearing in/handing over ceremony of persons for various positions in the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) of the University, that was held on 26th December, 2021. This ceremony took place in spite of a letter from Management of the University, dated 25th December, 2021, reminding the Acting SRC President, Mr. Kwame Amo Ntow Fianko, of the writ of summons and statement of claim filed in the High Court concerning the outcome of the election, as well as an application for interlocutory injunction prohibiting the swearing in or causing to be sworn in any other person besides the Plaintiff as President of the SRC of the University.

The Academic Board, at an emergency meeting held on 27th December, 2021, has decided as follows:

  1. The Academic Board denounces the supposed handing over/swearing-in ceremony, and reiterates the fact that University Management does not recognize the ceremony nor the supposedly sworn in officers.
  1. The SRC Secretary and Treasurer who have been duly elected without contention/dispute should be properly sworn in as such. Based on the organogram of the SRC, and until a substantive President is duly declared elected and legally sworn in, the Secretary should act as President of the SRC and the Treasurer as Vice President of the SRC. This swearing in should take place at the latest by 31st December, 2021.

Within 4 weeks of the swearing in of the Secretary and the Treasurer, and their taking office as Acting President and Acting Vice President respectively, these two officers should ensure that all Boards and Committees of the SRC are in place and functioning.

  1. To have a more complete Execom (Executive Committee of the SRC), during this period, the Chair of the SRC Information and Publications Committee should act as SRC Secretary and the Chair of the Finance Committee should act as SRC Treasurer, in accordance with Article 24 (8 c and d) of the SRC Constitution.
  2. The Dean of Student Affairs will supervise the implementation of (2) and (3) above.
  1. Mr. Kwame Amo Ntow Fianko and any other students who appear to be in breach of the University’s rules, as well as Management’s admonition not to proceed with the swearing in/handing over ceremony, will be referred to the disciplinary committee for Junior Members.
  2. The Senior Member who chaired the swearing in/handing over ceremony will be referred to the disciplinary committee for Senior Members.

 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah (Mrs.)

Registrar and Secretary to the Academic Board

 

 

Distribution

The Student Body, University of Ghana

Cc Vice-Chancellor

Pro Vice-Chancellors

Dean, Student Affairs

Academic Board

 

 

 

2021/2022 Undergraduate Admissions Cut-off Points

Starting December 22, 2021 - Ending December 22, 2022

2021/2022 Undergraduate Admissions Cut-off Points

 

 

 

 

 

Programme

Cut-off Point

Affirmative

Subject Requirements

 

 

 

 

College of Basic and Applied Science

 

 

 

BSc. Biological Sciences

24

 

C6 in Chemistry

BSc. Earth Sciences

24

 

C5 in Chemistry, C6 in Physics

BSc. Agricultural Engineering

22

24

B3 in Elective Maths

BSc. Biomedical Engineering

9

11

B3 in Elective Maths

BSc. Computer Engineering

8

11

B3 in Elective Maths

BSc. Food Process Engineering

17

 

B3 in Elective Maths

BSc. Materials Science & Engineering

17

19

B3 in Elective Maths

BSc. Family & Child Studies

16

 

C6 in Management in Living

BSc. Food & Clothing

20

 

C6 in Chemistry

BSc. Information Technology

12

13

B2 in Core Maths

BSc. Mathematical Sciences

14

15

B3 in Elective Maths

BSc. Physical Sciences

24

 

C6 in Chemistry, C6 in Physics, C5 in Elective Maths

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

14

 

 

BSc. Psychology

24

 

 

 

 

 

 

College of Health Sciences

 

 

 

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

7

 

 

Doctor of Pharmacy

8

 

 

BSc. Nursing

9

 

 

BSc. Midwifery

9

 

 

Bachelor of Dental Surgery

9

 

 

BSc. Medical Laboratory Sciences

12

 

 

BSc. Physiotherapy

14

 

 

BSc. Nutrition & Dietetics

14

 

 

BSc. Diagnostic Radiography

14

 

 

BSc. Occupational  Therapy

18

 

 

 

 

 

 

College of Education

 

 

 

BSc. Education

24

 

 

BA. Education

24

 

 

B.Ed. ( JHS Specialism)

24

 

 

BA. Education (English)

24

 

 

BA. Sports and Physical Culture

24

 

 

BSc. Information Technology - Distance Education

24

 

 

BSc. Administration - Distance Education

30

 

 

Bachelor of Arts - Distance Education

30

 

 

 

 

 

 

College of Humanities

 

 

 

Bachelor of Laws

7

 

 

BSc. Administration - Legon Campus

8(9)

 

 

BSc. Administration - Legon Campus (Full-Fee Paying)

14

 

 

BSc. Administration - City Campus

24

 

 

Bachelor of Arts (General Arts Background)

15(16)

 

 

Bachelor of Arts (Full-Fee Paying)

22

 

 

Bachelor of Arts (Business/Science/ Vocational Background)

12

 

 

Bachelor of Arts City Campus

24

 

 

Bachelor of Fine Arts

24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

January 2022 Congregation

Starting December 21, 2021 - Ending December 21, 2022

University of Ghana announces that Congregation Ceremonies will be held for students who completed their programmes of study during the 2020/2021 academic year in all Colleges and the School of Graduate Studies.

 

The January 2022 Congregation Ceremonies will be held from Tuesday, 11th January to Saturday, 15th January, 2022.

 

Accordingly, students who have completed their programmes of study and wish to be presented during the January 2022 Congregation Ceremonies are required to take note of the following:

1. Ensure that all outstanding financial obligations to the University have been fulfilled.

2. Register online from Monday, December 20, 2021 to Thursday, January 6, 2022.

3. Graduands are required to pay a graduation fee of GH₵250.00.

 

4. The following modes of payment are available:

§ Payment may be made through Mobile Money, Visa/MasterCard enabled Debit/Credit cards on the Congregation registration portal.

§ At any branch of Ecobank Ghana Limited

Please visit https://www.ug.edu.gh/congregation for:

 

· Detailed information on the mode of congregation ceremonies as well as the payment and registration processes.

· Arrangements for the collection of gowns and certificates as well as other relevant information.

 

The list of graduands to be presented in the January 2022 Congregation Ceremonies will be available on the University’s website at: https://www.ug.edu.gh

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Communications, MFWA Launch State of the Ghanaian Media Project

Starting December 21, 2021 - Ending December 21, 2022

The Department of Communication Studies, College of Education, in collaboration with the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) has launched the State of the Ghanaian Media Project (SGMP), scheduled for completion by the end of 2022.  

The SGMP involves the conduct of a series of research projects to assess the Ghanaian media landscape using different performance indicators including working conditions in media, media ownership, safety of journalists and legal/regulatory environment. The project will culminate in the publication of a State of the Ghanaian Media Report and it is expected to document evidence on the shifting dynamics underpinning the media industry and media practices in Ghana. The SGMP report will serve as an important resource instrument for policymakers, development agencies, media regulatory agencies, students, and media studies scholars and teachers.  

According to the Head of the Department of Communication Studies, Dr. Abena A. Yeboah-Banin, the biennial project forms part of the Department’s efforts to lead the way in identifying areas for improvement in the Ghanaian media space, and proffering solutions to address them. Dr. Yeboah-Banin notes that though Ghana’s media is often hailed as critical to the country’s democratic success, the industry still faces fundamental challenges which need uttermost attention.

The maiden edition of the Report is jointly funded by US Embassy Small Grants Programme and the University’s College of Education Research Grant and will be published in the last quarter of 2022.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Communication Studies publishes report on Ghanaian Media and Vaccines

Starting December 20, 2021 - Ending December 20, 2022

 

The Department of Communication Studies has published the report of a multimethod study exploring how the Ghanaian media covered news about COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination exercises.

The Report titled Media and Vaccines: A Study of Ghanaian Media Coverage and Attitudes to COVID-19 Vaccines details findings of a study exploring the role of the Ghanaian media in COVID-19 vaccine uptake or hesitancy in Ghana. It draws from a content analysis of media coverage of vaccination-related news, and surveys of journalists’ understandings, dispositions and behaviours towards COVID-19 vaccination as well as their journalistic practices.

The project from which the Report is drawn was funded by the Pan-African Network for Rapid Research, Response, Relief, and Preparedness for Infectious Diseases Epidemics (Pandora ID-Net) consortium. The project team was comprised of Prof. Audrey Gadzekpo (lead), Dr Abena A. Yeboah-Banin and Dr Gilbert Tietaah. Doctoral and MPhil students in the Department served as research assistants.

Kindly click on the  link  below for the report. https://sics.ug.edu.gh/sites/sics.ug.edu.gh/files/Media%20and%20Vaccines%20%20Report%20%282%29_0.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

Maiden Issue of UG Spotlight Published

Starting December 20, 2021 - Ending December 20, 2022

The Public Affairs Directorate introduces a new publication, UG Spotlight, which solely celebrates the achievements of members of the University community. As a quarterly e-bulletin, UG Spotlight, is also intended to publicise members’ extraordinary service to the nation and international community.  

We are determined to tell our own story in our own voice/words. The UG community can boast of unparalleled expertise to drive the discourse of nation building through impactful research and heroic acts of humanism.  As you will see with the stories published in this maiden UG Spotlight, the UG story is vanquishing, captivating and full of hope. 

For future editions, we encourage all Colleges/Units of the community to publish the achievements of members on their websites and share the links to such stories/news with the Public Affairs Directorate. The intention is to share those links to lead readers to the various websites for the full story and to navigate for more information about those Units. 

Our students who have excelled are also featured in our ‘Student Achievers’ Column of this e-bulletin. 

Our cherished alumni who are blazing the trail and making significant impacts in their diverse fields are also captured under the ‘Alumni Spotted’ section. 

Following this maiden edition, subsequent achievements will be published on the UG Spotlight Page (on UG Homepage) immediately a notice is received by the Public Affairs Directorate, and these will be compiled on quarterly basis. 

Congratulations to all the awardees, appointees and achievers featured here!  We thank you for setting the pace for others to follow. 

Ayeekoo to the Staff of Public Affairs Directorate (PAD) and the University of Ghana Computing Systems (UGCS) who made this publication a reality. 

To the rest of the UG community, happy reading! 

 

Please click here to read the maiden edition of the UG Spotlight

 

Elizier Taiba Ameyaw-Buronyah 

Director, Public Affairs Directorate 

 

 

General Amnesty for Graduate Students Yet to Graduate

Starting December 17, 2021 - Ending December 17, 2022

The University of Ghana has granted General Amnesty to graduate students who for various reasons were unable to satisfy the University’s requirements for graduation.

Such students with outstanding or failed courses/theses/dissertations/long essays/project works will be allowed to re-take/re-sit courses or submit their theses/dissertation/long essays/project works to enable them to graduate. The period for the General Amnesty, which is already ongoing, will end in the 2023/2024 academic year. Applications can therefore be submitted for 2021/2022, 2022/2023 and 2023/2024 academic years.

Eligibility Applicants should have been admitted to graduate programmes and should have completed final year from 2010/2011 academic year to the present but have since not been awarded degrees due to elapsed studentship.

Please find below the application process for Prospective General Amnesty:

Expression of Interest Applicants who want to take advantage of this opportunity are required to apply through their respective academic units and provide information on the following:

 

· When they started the programme

· An explanation on why they were unable to complete the programme

· Academic records

 

The applications for the 2021/2022 academic year will be consistent with the current application for re-admission.

 

Applications

Applications will be considered on individual basis. If approved, the School will offer amnesty through the re-admission window.

 

The terms and conditions of the re-admission will be spelt out in the re-admission letter which will be issued after submission of completed application forms.

 

Applicants will be provided with University of Ghana email address and PIN after completing the application form.

Registration of Courses Applicants are required to register outstanding/failed courses and/or theses/dissertations/long essays/project work. The School of Graduate Studies will assist the applicants to register.

 

Applicants who intend to take courses should kindly note that some of the courses have been phased out. The phased-out courses may be replaced with the new courses after the deadline for registration. Supervisors of Theses/Dissertations/Long Essays/Project Work may also not be available.

Heads of Academic Units will inform the applicants accordingly.

 

Schedule of Fees

The fee to be paid will depend on the respective academic programme. Details of the fees will

be indicated in the re-admission letter.

Provisional Identification Cards Applicants would be provided with Provisional Identification Cards (ID) after the deadline for registration.

Deadline for Amnesty Course Registration The deadline for course registration for the first semester of the 2021/2022 academic year will be consistent with the deadline for add/drop.

 

Helpdesk Applicants who need any assistance should contact the School of Graduate Studies through:

Email: sgs@ug.edu.gh Tel No. 0303966098, 0545462159, 0570231039

Expectations

· Participants will be required to attend lectures in the particular course(s) they have registered to re-sit.

· Participants will be expected to undertake all prescribed course works in order to sit for the examination(s).

· Participants who have outstanding theses/dissertations/long essays/project works will be expected to work with their respective supervisors.

 

 

Bachelor of Fine Arts Admission Selection Interview

Starting December 17, 2021 - Ending December 17, 2022
The applicants listed below have been invited to an admission interview at the School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana.
 
First Batch     |     Second Batch
 
First Batch   
Venue: Seminar Rooms 1,2 and 3
Date: Wednesday, 29th December, 2021
Time: 9:00am.
 
Applicants will be required to pay an interview/audition fee of Ghc120.00
 

LG2010242AMOS, PRINCE 
UG2221386DONKOR, NYAMEKYE KWAME
UG2224493DADZIE, NANA KOFI
UG2299735BLEGE, FRANKLINA EYRAM
LG2016584ODJAO, CLEMENT ODJIDJA
LG2018584MAGLO, GABRIEL DELA
UG2243091ATTA-FYNN, ANTOINE PASCAL PASCAL
LG2015288NYARKO, HELENA SERWAA
UG2224795BUABENG, PEREZ BENYI
LG2013940ADOM, GIDEON DOTSEY 
UG2232328NUKPEDU, GIFTY 
LG2008958GROENDYKE, EDWARD KWAKU
UG2206023LARYEA, EUGENIA NAAMOMO
UG2204349APPAU, LOUISA SIKA
UG2206894MENSAH, NATHANIEL 
UG2211170AWLI, CLEVER KOFI
UG2212955AZASS, MARY 
UG2218785MASAUD, HAFIZ 
UG2222835DUAH, CLINTON 
UG2223461KISSI-BOATENG, ABENA AMANKWAA
UG2222231SORKPOR, STEPHANIE SETUTSI
UG2226351ISSAH, FATI 
UG2240812ZUMANU, EDNA ESI
LG2012768OFFEI, CHRISTABEL 
LG2020904AMON, EMMANUEL KOTEI
UG2207316NYAME, KANFU KWAME
UG2210639MOBI, STEPHEN 
UG2216532FRIMPONG, EDWARD 
UG2216988TAWIAH, FRANCIS 
UG2229178BOAMAH, SAMUEL 
LG2005376ASHONG, LAWRENCE 
UG2200578COMMEY, EMMANUEL 
UG2205892KORANTENG, AUGUSTUS 
UG2204353LAVOE, WISDOM 
UG2209230OWUSU, DELYN OPOKU MENSAH
UG2221076GODZO, LORRAINE ELINAM
UG2230747MOHAMMED, UMAR 
LG2007170LAMPTEY, CALEB CANN
LG2012263MOHAMMED, IBRAHIM 
LG2021450ADDO, RICHMOND 
LG2022817ADDO-FENING, EWURAMA 
LG2021895WIREKOH, BENJAMIN 
UG2204697OSEI, TONY SENIOR
UG2204703OSEI, TONY JUNIOR
UG2207190SHAIBU, ABDUL KUDUS
UG2211129AMOAFO, EDWARD DAFFOUR
UG2213897APINDINA, LINUS ALESONA

LG2000622BOATENG, OWUSU DAVIDA 
LG2005891AGYEI, JUSTIN KUFFOUR
LG2006588PABIFIO, YOLANDA NAA ADJELEY OFOSUAH
LG2015906ANSONG, MELISSA ASAMOAH ADU
LG2017865ASARE-BAFFOUR, COMFORT AWISI
LG2018295NEWTON, BOAKYE NANA
LG2019883OFORI, SAMUEL TAWIAH
UG2205958ANTWI, DANIEL BAAH
UG2208341SARFO, MACLEEN 
UG2207134PASCOM-YORMEKPER, PHIDELIA 
UG2209553OSEI, BRIDGET FRIMPOMAA
UG2214193AGYEMANG, EUGENE PEPRAH
UG2212025QUAYE, JERRYSON 
UG2227209LINDSAY, MIRIAM NAHIDA
UG2234446OHENEBA MENSAH, EMMANUEL AMOAKO
UG2234305ADAMS, CYRIL NANA ASARE
UG2234794TIODZA, PATRICK SENAM
UG2233209FRIMPONG, DORCAS ANTWI
UG2240238ASIEDU, GEORGE KWAME YOUNG
UG2299920BAWA, NAZEEF KASULE
LG2000366YEBOAH, SANDRA ODAME
LG2009339FRIMPONG, JEPHTER 
LG2008276KWARTENG, KWABENA NIMO
LG2017549BOAKYE, SAMUEL MENSAH
LG2020945EYISON, JOSEPH 
LG2021425AMOAKOH, AMOS 
LG2020223QUARTEY, MICHAEL 
UG2201231SARFO KWARTENG, CYNDI AGYEKUMWAA
UG2210169BOKAYE, EUGENE AMPONSEM
UG2213186ABOAGYE, BEATRICE AMPOMAH
UG2219421AGYEMANG, JOSEPH AFRIYIE
UG2224186KWAFFO, ERNESTINA NAA OPPONBEA
UG2230753AKIWUMI, DEBORAH OWUSU
UG2230668AGGOR, JOHN MAWUFEMOR
UG2234197TEKYI, ESI DUODOWAA

 

 

Second Batch   
Venue: Seminar Rooms 1,2 and 3
Date: Thursday, 30th December, 2021
Time: 9:00am.
 
Applicants will be required to pay an interview/audition fee of Ghc120.00
 

UG2212974ASAMAOH, PRINCE BOADU
UG2212709BOATENG, HANNAH MARFO
UG2218919SALAMI, RAHIM ABDUL
UG2219296AMPRATWUM, BOATENG EZRA
UG2232846ABILEMAH, KWAME DAMIEN
UG2238213BOATENG, NANA YAA AMPOFOA 
UG2241076ANNOR, ELVIS GYIMAH
LG2005890WILLIAMS, WENDY 
LG2007580OBIDIKE, CHIBUZOR FLORENCE
LG2007516AKOTO, VICTORIA ETORNAM
LG2006168ABLO, MABEL FAFALI
LG2009164QUAYEFIO, LINDA 
LG2012652BOADI, PAPA KOFI AKWABOAH
LG2014769BAISIE, ADJOA GYANWA
LG2015110BONNEY, ANTHONY KWAKU
LG2017826OWUSU, DENNIS BEMPAH
LG2016647MARKIN, ERNEST ASERE
LG2021156YEBOAH, AMISABEL 
UG2208451AGYEMANG, PRISCILLA FRIMPOMAA
UG2209232TETTEH, BENJAMIN 
UG2209674MANU, JANATHAN 
UG2213095AWUKU, MICHAEL 
UG2215552ADDAE, EBENEZER 
UG2214894EKUBAN, THEOPHILUS EWUSI
UG2220736ABUBAKAR, ABIBA 
UG2219258NUNOO, EBENEZER ASARE
UG2223009DUGAH, SHANISS SELASSIE
UG2223862AMPONSAH, LUCAS ATTA YAW ASANTE
UG2228737EDZEAME, ELIAS DZIDZORFE
UG2231036OSMAN KERE, ABDUL SAMEED 
UG2238680AZAMATSI, ERNESTINA 
UG2237772OSEI, KYEREMEH LAWRENCE
UG2239228AGOR, GLADYS ELORM
UG2242396DAVOH, KEVIN ELIKPLIM
LG2011661NYADE, OSCAR ATTER
LG2013313ADOMAKO, RICHEAL BEMPAH
LG2016262ARYEETEY, BERNARD 
LG2022864OFASI, BERTHA SENANU
UG2211036ACHEAMPONG, EUGENIA 
UG2213807AMPONSAH, EMMANUEL ACHEAMPONG
UG2216606OFORI, MAGDALYN OFORIWA
UG2215952AGYEI, GIDEON ROLLAND
UG2215308DARI, ROGERS KOROBASO
UG2217272BUABENG, NICHOLAS FIIFI
UG2217699ANTWI, MICHEAL NKETIA
UG2226586AKAMAH, COURAGE 
UG2235925ADJEI, BENJAMIN OKPOTI
UG2215070KALU, GRACE 

 


UG2242113INKUM, NICHOLAS 
UG2241168FYNN-MENSAH, JOSEPHINE ALBELLA
LG2010986QUAO, IBRAHIM NII ADJETEY
LG2012241SEKYI, ALBERT KOFI
LG2021237ADJEI MANU, ISAAC 
LG2020004AGBENU, GODFRED 
LG2022233OSEI, BENJAMIN 
UG2204690BAFFOUR, DENNIS BOATENG
UG2221527ASHIAGBOR, OSCAR KWEKU
UG2222376AGYEMANG, NANA KWAME 
UG2230056AMOO, ERIKA AMOA
UG2234426AMOAH DOMFEH, LYDIA MAYA
UG2238057STANHOPE, JACOB WILLIAMS
UG2240715MENSAH, DENNIS ABEKA
UG2242311NKRUMAH, AARON EDEM
UG2241548ASANTE, LORD 
LG2015981ARMAH, SARAH NAA AMELEY
LG2017587TORKU, KELVIN EDEM
LG2017965NII LARYEA, DENNIS ANNANG
LG2021439DOKURUGU, MOHAMMED NURUDEEN 
LG2021965ACHEAMPONG, REBECCA ONYAMEBA
UG2209816YEBOAH, AMANDA OSEI
UG2217129OYEWALE-JOHNSON, OYEKEMI 
UG2227705TETTEH, BISMARK ODJIJA
UG2229450NUTSUGAH, RICHARD MAWULI
UG2231067FOSU, JOHN BAPTIST ATTA
UG2237116LARYEA, NANORWALA OCAN
UG2223313FORDJOUR HARRIET
UG2224094OSMAN BLISS BINTEN MURNI
UG2233428MASHOOD JAMAL
UG2237291KUMI BUTLER NYNA
UG2243161EL-MAHMOUD SAID EMMANUEL

 

Shortlisted Applicants for Written Exam into Doctor of Pharmacy

Starting December 16, 2021 - Ending December 16, 2022

Directives to Shortlisted Applicants for Doctor of Pharmacy

  1. Applicants are to pay GHC150 to the following account:

    Ecobank
    UG School Of Pharmacy
    Acc. No:1441001827499
    LEGON-H16

  2. Schedule for the written examination

    Venue: GCB Hall, Opposite Biochemistry Department, Legon Campus

    Date: Monday 20th Dec, 2021

    Time: 9:00AM

    NOTE: Candidates should be seated by 8:30AM

    Candidates must come along with their proof of application.

 

SERIAL NONAME
UG2226089ABABIO KOFI NTI
UG2228126ABANKWAH  PATRICK
UG2237404ABBAN ELIZABETH 
UG2224063ABIASSI KOKOEVI MADJE
UG2228302ABOAGYE MANU AFRIYIE
UG2223784ABOTSI ATSUFUI DORIS
UG2216459ABRAHAMS KIZITO KPAKPO MONTEL
UG2224204ABU MAHAMA EMMANUELLA TUNTEEYA
UG2219123ACCADIO STEPHEN 
UG2242016ACHEAMPONG OHEMAA HILLARY
UG2237638ACKOTIA KOMLA MAWUENA
UG2221261ADINKRAH TWUM-BARIMAH KELVIN
UG2243250ADJEI AKOSUA BENEDICTA
LG2012934ADJEI APPIAH ANTHONY
LG2012362ADJEI PRINCE 
UG2230214ADJEI SABI KELLY
UG2212813ADJETEY PATIENCE 
UG2240959ADJONYOH KWAME PRINCE
UG2227431ADOMAKO JOSHUA KYEI
LG2016004ADUFUL BRADFORD ROMEO
UG2224652ADZALE FAFAH DAVID 
UG2223984AFENYO ABISBOBA ABDUL-MANAF
UG2211707AFFUL AKUA AFRIYIE ELIZABETH
UG2237486AFRIFA KORANKYE KOFI
UG2233678AFRIFA-SARPONG PRISCILLA 
UG2241549AFRIYIE-BOATENG JOYCELYNE 
UG2208814AGYEI SARPONG 
UG2212318AGYEIWAA AGYAPONG BLESSING
LG2012454AGYEMAN-DUAH KWAKU 
LG2011226AGYEMANG KWAGYA MARTIN
UG2216891AIDOO OHENE BRIGHT
UG2240419AINOOSON JEREMIAH 
LG2021695AKILU ABDUL-MARTIN 
LG2005760AKOSAH BOATENG CLINTON
UG2237911ALIDU YAKUBU WUNZOOYA
UG2224872ALLOTEY EDEM DIVINE
UG2239907ALORBU SAMUEL 
LG2009933AMANING MICHAEL 
LG2006673AMANKWAA APPIAH KWABENA JESSE
UG2234149AMENORPE GIFT EYRAM
UG2229934AMOAH KWAKU SAMUEL
UG2233460AMOAKO ELDAD 
UG2243264AMOAKOHENE XAVIER FRANCIS
UG2225759AMPIAH ASOMDWEE JAMES
UG2218044AMPOFO PEASAH KWADWO
UG2204670ANDOH AMA DARKOA JOSEPHINE
UG2207731ANNAN EHU ESTHER
UG2200340ANTWI PATRICK 
LG2017604ANTWI-BOASIAKO ACHEAMPOMAA MAAME 
LG2015720APENTENG OFORI WYCLIFF
UG2237038APPIAGYEI MARYLYNN 
LG2021700APPIAH DANIEL 
UG2211396APPIAH GYIMAH NANA
UG2225145APPIAH JEREMIAH 
LG2005090APPIAH KWADWO DARKO
UG2236310APPIAH TWUMWAA MAUREEN
UG2221862ARTHUR JEFFREY 
LG2021395ARYEE NAA OKAIKAI ALETHA
UG2235530ASAMOAH ADDO KWAKU 
UG2208616ASANTE DANIEL 
UG2220005ASARE ASAREBEA AKOSUA
UG2209884ASARE STEPHANIE 
LG2016083ASIRIFI GIDEON OBENG
UG2224892ASUMADU OFORI NANA KWAME
UG2210614AVIANE NANTURU JENNIFER
UG2237450AWUTEY KORSI PRINCE
LG2011186AYI NII TEIKO JACOB
UG2236749AYIM ADJOA AGYARKWA PRISCILLA
UG2216419BAAKU ELIKEM WINSTON
UG2232331BADOR OPATA GIDEON
UG2225911BERKYAW EVERTTE 
UG2204562BLESSED KORKOR AFEWUYO PRISCILLA
LG2005759BOADI AGYEI LAWRENT
UG2209650BOATENG AKOSUA MANU IVY
UG2234543BOATENG AKOTO KELVIN
LG2022191BOATENG AMANING KWASI
UG2224709BOATENG ANSERE ANGELA
UG2217770BOATENG FRIMPOMAH ADWOA
LG2019068BOATENG GODSTIME VALICE
UG2240467BOATENG OPOKU LORD
UG2236421BOATENG SAMPONG 
LG2010026BOATENG SENIOR SIMON
UG2235207BRUCE NAA ADOLEY KRYSTYN
UG2227170BUADU PATRICK 
UG2232643CHARWAY TEIKIE ABIGAIL
UG2234633COMMEY MICHAEL JOSEPH
UG2238094DANSO JOSEPH 
UG2229127DANSO PAA KWASI 
UG2229389DARKO YAA OFOSUA ISABELLA
UG2230720DZEBLE ATTAH EMMANUELLA
LG2009982EDJAH REGINALD 
UG2236415EDZEANI MAURICE 
UG2236700ENCHILL KORAKO KWASI SAMUEL
UG2229547ENNUSON AMPEA FIIFI
UG2228290ENTSIE KONADU EMMANUEL
UG2218150ETSE-JOHNSON EDINAM JEMIMA
LG2016245FIAFOME EDEM CLIFFORD
LG2005837FLEKU MAWULI NATHANIEL
UG2222848FREMPONG ASANTEWAA AKOSUA
LG2021740FRIMPONG BELINDA 
UG2219196FRIMPONG VICTORIA 
LG2015416GADZO BRIGHT SENYO
UG2231982GAKPETOR KELVIN 
UG2200903GHANSON KOFI RAYMOND
UG2226551GYIMAH NTI ENOCK
UG2236280HAYFORD KELVIN 
UG2233951JAGOI LIINAN WISDOM
UG2210036KANLISI AWEDAGA ETHEL
UG2224755KODUAH NANA ABENA AMOANIMAA
UG2201218KORANG AGYEI NANA RANSFORD
UG2218901KRAH NANA AKYAA 
UG2216602KUGBEY SELORM EMMANUEL
LG2017596KUNADU ALPHAEUS 
UG2232658KUPUALOR OFORI CYRIL
UG2214019KWABLA AYERKI THELMA
UG2223282LARBI-AGYEMANG KWABENA 
LG2009360MAKAE DOKUA DEBORAH
LG2022936MENSAH ASANTE FABEA
LG2019891MENSAH VERA 
UG2217563MENSAH-DADZIE CATHERINE EUGENIA
UG2233748MENSAH-TETTEH ODEHEY 
UG2238177MOHENU ADJEI SETH
UG2233246NESCO NANZIE BENJAMIN
UG2235323NEWTON HARRISON EMMANUEL
LG2013178NGMALBINI NILIMOH JOHN
LG2021348NKRUMAH OSEI LOIS
UG2212391NUAMAH KINGSLEY 
UG2236061NYAMEKYE APPIAH KWAKU
UG2218457NYANZU MARTIN 
UG2228243NYARKO NOMARFO KWESI
UG2209277OBIRI-YEBOAH STANLEY 
UG2219505OCRAN ROLAND 
UG2235734ODEI BAABA BENEDICTA
LG2008353ODOR TETTEH PAVEL
UG2234568OFEI KWAO-DENGLETSU CONSTANTINE
UG2229312OFFEI WENDY 
LG2021861OFORI AMANFO GILBERT
LG2022720OFORI AMPOFO KINGSLEY
LG2005431OFORI YEBOAH ROSINGS
UG2225498OFORI-AGYEI ANIMWAA AKOSUA
UG2223712OFOSU AGNES ARANAA
UG2216908OFOSU-APPEAH CLARINDA 
UG2221855OPOKU KWAKYEWAH DEBORAH
UG2230768OPOKU- BAAH EDWIN 
UG2214685OPPONG BOADU PAMELA 
UG2216895OPPONG-MENSAH ABOAGYEWAA AKUA
LG2012303OSAE AFRIYIE CALEB
UG2239548OSEI BONSU KINGSLEY
LG2008296OSEI YAW GIDEON
UG2200481OTSYOKPO ABLA AFEFA KEZIAH
UG2232347OWOAHENE JEFFERY 
UG2240679OWUSU YAW OBED
UG2226693PIANIM ASABERE KEVIN
LG2008618PRAH PEPERTUAL 
UG2203165QUARSHIE BERVLYN BENEDICTA
LG2018263QUIST YAYRA BLESSING ANTOINETTA
LG2021728SACKITEY JOSEPH 
UG2217434SAM ARABA OSEI ESTHER
LG2012074SARFO ALBERT 
UG2221048SARKODIE ADUSEI JOSEPH
UG2236063SARPONG GYASI LOUISA
UG2212212SEDZRO MOSES 
UG2216607SEGLAH MAUD 
UG2214274SENYAH MAUDRIN 
UG2218885SHAMSU HAMDIYA 
UG2236501TAKYI MORRISON 
LG2015349TAKYI-AMPONSEM YEBOAH DEON
LG2009240TELFER BANOR HARRY
UG2215408TETTEH NAA KOWA MICHELLE
UG2216636TSEWAYO DEDE GIFTY
LG2022318TSIKATA RAPHAEL 
UG2223753TWENE ASENSO KWADWO NATHANIEL
UG2228063TWENTOH ARABA EMMANUELLA
LG2017307UNEGBU MARY-CYNTHIA 
UG2241524WEVAMWO ATULAM GIDEON
LG2012823WOODE ABA PROVIDENCIAL
UG2210110YAMOAH TANO EDWARD
UG2210163YAMSON MAAME YAA BUABEMAA JANET
LG2007054YARTEY EVANS 
UG2233068YATA NYAMEKYE  KWABENA WILFRED
UG2231098YEBOAH AMA KWASIBEA JANET
UG2241047YEBOAH FELIX 
UG2222392YEBOAH KELVIN 
UG2240933YEBOAH TAKYI MILFRED
LG2021210ZORYEKU YENAM DEBORAH

 

Shortlisted Applicants for UG School of Nursing and Midwifery Interview

Starting December 15, 2021 - Ending January 1, 2023

Directives to Shortlisted Applicants for BSc. Nursing and Midwifery

  1. Applicants are to pay GHC100 to the following account:

    Bank: Ecobank
    Account details: College of Health Sciences Operation Account

  2. Applicants are to come to the Schol of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Ghana, Legon.
  3. Applicants should come along with the following:
    • Pay in Slip or receipt of payment
    • Copy of WASSCE results slip/IB/A Levels/American Grade 12
    • Photo ID-Passport, Ghana Card, NHIS Card, Voters ID, Driver’s license
  4. Applicants are NOT to pay any monies to third persons and should beware of confident tricksters and con men who offer to help them
  5. Applicants are to take note that ALL COVID-19 Protocols will be adhered to strictly.
  6. The venue for the selection interview is the School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Ghana Main Campus, Legon

The venue for the selection interview is the School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Ghana Main Campus, Legon

 

Shortlisted Applicants - BSc. Nursing

 

20TH DECEMBER, 2021 - 8AM

 

Serial No.Name
LG2021222ACKAH-YENSU, JAMES LAWTON
UG2201310ACQUAH, LILIAN 
UG2240057ADDO, PERPETUAL DANSOA
UG2216159ADDO, RACHEAL 
UG2212753ADJEI, LETICIA BLESSED
UG2222982AFEDZI, COMFORT 
UG2237132AGBEDZAVU, MILLICENT EDINAM
LG2006910AGBOSO, SANDRA 
UG2207257AGUALEY, GABRIEL TETTEY
UG2206961AGYEMANG, PAUL BADU
UG2242930AIDOO, DORCAS NHYIRA
LG2014338AKOMEAH, ANNABEL KODUAH
UG2236825AKOTO, SERWAA NANA
UG2239824AMARH, MINERVA NAA ASHELEY
LG2018308AMENYEDZIE, CELESTINE SELASIE
UG2228457AMOASOH, PRECIOUS MENSAH
UG2230140AMOFAH, BLESSING 
UG2210759AMPONSAH, FELIX 
LG2022565APAWU, HENRIETTA YAYRA
UG2214725APPIAH, IRENE AFUA
UG2238110ASAMOAH, EMMANUELLA ABENA
UG2208683ASAMOAH, HENRIETTA ABENA NYARKOAH
LG2010197ASARE, FELICIA ASANTEWAA
LG2021849ASHILONU, SANDRA MILLONADE
LG2013025ASHITTEY, NAA ASHIKAI 
LG2012573ASIEDU, ADWOA NYARKO
UG2217803ASIEDU, GRACE 
LG2022187AYIM, ANASTASIA 
LG2022456BABANTSI, GRACE SEMANU
LG2020412BAIDEN, KATE 
LG2013705BAWARH, FIRDAWS 
UG2225452BOAKYE, KENNETH 
LG2022563BOANU, WILSON KUSI
UG2220446BOATENG, ERICA NYARKO
UG2299733BOTCHWEY, IRENE 
UG2216947DABBAH, SAMUEL 
UG2225443DANQUAH, KEZIAH 
LG2020059DOGBEY, RICHMOND 
UG2220385DOGBO, NELSON NICHOLAS
UG2225489DOORBOM, MONICA 
UG2239801DUODUWAA, PRISCILLA EUGENIA AKOSUA
UG2204510DWASEWAA, ELIZABETH 
LG2013253DZATHOR, FELICITY SEYRAM
LG2000093FOSU GYAMFUAAH, HENRIETTA 
UG2224461GYAMFI, EDWARD KOFI
LG2005504GYAMFI, OPHELIA AFIA
UG2242678GYAMFI, SALOMEY 
UG2234789GYESI, MERCY EKUWA
UG2239821KOMTEYE, AGNES 
UG2231768KORANTENG, HANNAH OBENEWAAH
UG2226422KUSI, MAMPHELA RAMPHELLE
UG2235466KYEI BAFFOUR, SANDRA 
UG2215902MAMUDU, HASIA 
LG2017475MENSAH-DUAH, MAGDALENE 
UG2213961MENSAH, CORNELIA 
UG2220459MENSAH, JOANA ABA 
UG2229100OBOUR, BEATRICE 
UG2237282ODURO, THILDA KONADU
UG2210568OFOSU APPIAH, COLLINS 
UG2224248OPOKU, PRINCE YAWSON
UG2208510OPOKU, SANDRA 
UG2234916OPPONG, COMFORT 
UG2210662OPPONG, SAMUEL TUAH
LG2005489OSMAN, SULEMAN 
UG2215903OWUSUA, COMFORT 
LG2022598PENSAN, MARY-BERNICE OHEMAA FOAH
UG2227557SEBUABE, ANTOINETTE ENYONAM
UG2219820TETTEH, EILEEN GIFTY
UG2211672TETTEH, PATIENCE 
UG2216875YEBOAH, ANGELA 
  

20TH DECEMBER, 2021 - 12NOON

 

Serial No.Name
UG2222065ABANKWAH, CINDY AGYEKUMWAA
UG2227725ABDALLAH, SALAMAT SANTA
UG2223249ABDULAI, ADWOA WAWUGYA
UG2222600ABOAGYE, EMMANUELLA YAA SERWAA
UG2224968ACHEAMPONG, KELVIN ODURO
UG2237617ADADE, EMMANUELLA AMOAKOA
LG2011249ADIGHIBE, PRAISE AYISHA
UG2200771ADJEI, EMMANUEL 
UG2232596ADU-GYAMFI, PATRICK 
UG2208651ADU, ELIZABETH 
UG2210140AFRIYIE, KHADIJAH 
LG2010837AMANKWA-MENSAH, AMA DUFIE
LG2022783AMANKWAH, EUGENE 
LG2010551AMISSAH, SARAH 
UG2203860ANKOMAH, EBENEZER 
UG2217886ANSAH, RICKY NIMO
UG2227055APPAU, EBENEZER JUNIOR
UG2231690ASARE, ESTHER SARPONG
UG2213600ASHONG, JOSEPH 
UG2200373ASUBONTENG, FREDA BOATEMAA
UG2214000ASUMADU, MAAME YAA ADU-NYAME
LG2011511AUGUSTE, LILIAN KWAAKYEWAA
UG2216678AZASI, JOANNA KIKI
UG2217667BADU, PRISCILLA ANOWA
UG2240439BLAY, LYDIA 
UG2204389BOAFO, PHILIP WALTER
LG2014961BOATENG, VICTORIA AKUA KYERAA
UG2224116BONSU, NAACHIAA STEPHANIE
UG2216329BONSU, SARAH NANA ADWOA
LG2012745BUAH, WILLIAM OFORI
UG2213050DUGBATEY, PRINCE KOFI
UG2233112DZIWORNU, ALBERTA ELORM
LG2022403ESHUN, THERESAH 
LG2014593ESSAH-ARTHUR, PHYLLIS ELIZABETH
UG2229957FIAKPUI, BERYL AKU DZIFA
UG2221399KONTOR, EYISON YAW
UG2210488KUSI, BENNET 
UG2200475KUSI, EMMANUELLA 
LG2012575LAMPTEY, IVY NAA LAMELEY
UG2228974MENSAH, OLIVIA 
UG2238128NKRUMAH, CHRISTINA 
UG2227300OBENG, ANGEL 
LG2010022ODOOM, JOYCE 
LG2020324ODURO, FREDRICK DANKWAH
UG2237123OFORI, PRISCILLA 
UG2210588OFOSU, OLIVIA TAKYIWAAH
LG2022059OHENE, SAMUEL 
LG2010471OKRAKU, JOCHEBED TOME
UG2221020OPOKU, EVANS ERZUAH
UG2230559OWUSU-ANSAH, LADYDEON BROBBEY
LG2016263OYE, MERCY 
LG2012899PADI, ELIZABETH MAAYAA
LG2021759PEPRAH, ANN BOAKYEWAA
LG2022862QUARSHIE, NANCY 
UG2208035RASHID, ISSAH 
UG2207438SANTOMAH, BENJAMIN 
UG2230596SULEMAN, SALEYATU 
LG2021337TEKPOR, IRENE EMEFA
LG2018907YANKSON, PETER 
UG2245300YEBOAH, YAA ASIEDUA
LG2012710ZAINIL ABIDEEN, USAIMEEN 
  

21ST DECEMBER, 2021 - 8AM

 

Serial No. Name
UG2225534ABODIBA, MUNIRAH BUKARI
LG2007670ABOROSO, MARY ADU
LG2020500ACQUAH, AMMA SARPONG KUMANKUMA
LG2009851ADDAI POKUAA, HEPTOLINA 
UG2205189ADDAI, JESSICA TANO
LG2009314ADJEI, EVA SERWAAH
UG2235505ADOMA, CHELSEA 
UG2228907ADU-GYAMFI, COMFORT SARFOWAA
LG2014261ADU, GLORIA 
LG2006487AGYARE, JUSTINA ATAA JUNIOR
UG2211018AHIATSI, JUSTICE KWASI
LG2008295AHMED, MURSALLAH 
UG2224018AKACHAALIBA, AMOS KOFI
UG2239022AMANKWAA, VIVIAN ACHEAMFOUR
UG2242773AMON, NAA KUORKOR 
LG2015708ANGMOR, FRANCISCA KORKOR
UG2214352ANNIN, SIMON MENSAH
UG2213354ANSUMAH, ISHAQ 
UG2242400ARTHUR, SARAH 
UG2237857ASANTE, HAYFORD 
UG2238024ASARE, PRISCILLA 
UG2236243ASIEDU, MICHELLE BOAMAH
LG2020538ASMAH, CECILIA ESSIEN
UG2226978ATTA, JOSEPHAT TWENEBOAH
UG2216205AYAMSIGNA, GIDEON AYINSUNGYA
UG2211248BABAYA, ISSAKA OSMAN
LG2013947BAFFOUR, COMFORT TWENEBOAH
LG2007084BARNIEH, SILOAM ASENSO
UG2209751BEMPONG, VANESSA ADOFOA
UG2213052DARKWAH, EBENEZER 
UG2210322DOMINIC, DANIELLE NHYIRA
UG2219904ENSOR, ABIGAIL 
UG2235829FRIMPONG, LOISY AKOTO
UG2217815GUDIBA, FATIMA 
UG2219605GYEBI, ERICA BOAKYEWAA
UG2237302IDDRISU, HABIB 
UG2243184MWINEKUMA, KATE 
LG2012382NGMENENAA, AGNES NONG-IRE
LG2021722NTIAMOAH, CAROLINE AGYEIWAAH
UG2203315ODURO, BENTIL 
UG2230024OKYERE, PRISCILLA 
UG2237869OPOKU, ENOCH 
UG2239629OPOKU, JOYCELINE AFRIYIE
UG2212851OPPONG, EMMANUEL KWADWO
UG2234673OSEI ASAMOAH, EMMANUELLA 
LG2020635OWUSU, SAMUELLA AFRIYIE
UG2214450RIBEIRO, NATHALIA NICOLE
UG2216914SAMIWYU, FAUZIYA 
UG2220653SARBENG, LINDA AFRIYIE
LG2014889SARPONG, CHRISTABEL 
UG2219486SENCHEREY, IVAN KWABENA OSAFO
UG2234139SOALIU, ADIZA 
UG2221768TEYE, HAPPY 
UG2205144TWUMASI, JENNIFER 
LG2009197YAHAYA, MUSTAPHA 
UG2229917YEBOAA, DEBORA 
UG2211154YEBOAH, EDMOND 
UG2230173YEVUTSEY, ARMANDA SELASI   AKU
UG2211176YIRENKYI, PAMELA NTRIWA
  

21ST DECEMBER, 2021 - 12NOON

 

Serial No.    Name
UG2227977ABDUL-RAZAK IMORO
UG2236232ABENA SERWAA OSEI MENSAH
UG2217591AMA DEGRAFT-JOHNSON
UG2237645ANKRAH, ELIZABETH 
UG2218648ASIAMAH GRISELDA KISSIWAA
UG2202753CHELSEA ABOAGYEWAA BONSU
UG2213961CORNELIA MENSAH
UG2225443DANQUAH KEZIAH
UG2232976ESTHER ADU BOAKYE
LG2006380GIFTY AFOSAH
LG2021337IRENE EMEFA TEKPOR
UG2220247ISRAELA ABENA BEDIAKO
LG2017500KATE GADEDE KWASHIE
LG2012864LARKAI VIVIAN JULIET NAA OTUAA
UG2211004MELISSA ASARE
UG2236003PEYEPEPIE VICTORIA 
UG2207230RICHMOND ASAMOAH OWUSU
LG2022499 SOLOMON MILLS
UG2223408STEPHENIE TIWAAH
UG2207829STEPHENIE YEBOAH OWUSU
UG2216546THELMA DONKOR
UG2222441TRICIA AFIA ADOMAA ASIRIFI
UG2210486VICYNTHIA BADU
UG2205627WENDY AMA BAIDEN
UG2241227WIAFE YAA SIKAYENA 
LG2014666WILHEMINA MENSAH

 

Shortlisted Applicants - BSc. Midwifery

 


21ST DECEMBER, 2021 - 8AM

 

Serial No.Name
UG2217688ADISENU, HARRIET ENAM
UG2211001ADU, ABIGAIL LARTEBEA
UG2240444AFARI-BAIDOO, CLARA 
UG2234868AKOWUAH, ANGELA 
UG2224129ALI, DORIS SANYELAH
UG2299625AMOAKO, STEPHANIE 
UG2211554AMPOFO-NIMOH, PHILLIS 
UG2212375ARHIN, DEBORAH 
UG2236277ARTHUR, ESTHER 
UG2236528AYIREBI, SANDRA KISSIWAA
UG2214241BOAHEMAA, ELIZABETH 
UG2208869BOAHEMAA, GLORIA 
UG2200398BOAHEN, ABIGAIL 
UG2238784BOAKYE, JACQUELINE SERWAA
UG2221875BOATENG, MILLICENT 
UG2212931BRAGO, MAVIS 
UG2235049BUAH, ANASTASIA 
UG2218498CHRISTABEL, ESSIEN 
UG2241097COMMEY, ELLEN 
LG2013397DZAMESSI, ETHEL FREDA
UG2210848GANUE, RAFIATU 
UG2215579GATOR, ISABELLA MAWUNA
UG2237790GYAN, JOSEPHINE AGYEMAN ASABEA
UG2208843KARIM, SAKINA 
UG2214938KONADU GYAMFI, ROSEMARY 
UG2211225KUGBLENU, EVELYN 
UG2221676KWOFIE, DYLLIS VERONICA
UG2210466LANSAH, CLEOPATRA 
LG2021253MARFO, ANGELA SERWAA
LG2012509NTAADU, MERCILLINA 
LG2021478OPOKU, AMA BIRAGO
UG2236751OSEI-AIDOO, STEPHANIE- 
UG2205656POKUAA, ADELAIDE 
UG2223407POKUAA, MARY 
LG2020563RAZAK, NAJAT 
LG2000297TACHIE, ANGELICA EKUA NKUMA
UG2212023TIWAAH, BERNICE AFIA
  

21ST DECEMBER, 2021 - 12NOON

 

Serial No.Name
LG2000066BOATENG, ELIZABETH AKOSUA
LG2008426AIKINS, ANGEL NANA ABA
LG2009456GYAMFI, GIFTY 
LG2009923BOAKYEWAAH, TRACY 
LG2012107AMPONSAH, IRENE SAFOA
LG2012539OPPONG, ABOAGYEWAA ADEASE
LG2014465KWOYIRE, LOVIA BATEIWEA
LG2015667ACHEAMPONG, BLESSING ABENA NYARKO
LG2016934ADOMBIA, FRANKLINA 
LG2017500KWASHIE, KATE GADEDE
LG2021985BUABENG, CONSTANCE 
LG2022472ARHIN, BERVELYN ADJEIWAA
LG2022668NANG, ADIZA MACDONALD
UG2205251BAIDOO, SANDRA BOATEMAA
UG2207838AGYEMANG-NSIAH, CONSTANCE 
UG2210395ACHEAMPONG, GIFTY NYAMEYIE
UG2211228NUNOO, COMFORT MAJOYCELYN
UG2211656ANSUAH, EVELYN 
UG2212831COFFIE, BERNICE 
UG2213701FRIMPONG, PRISCILLA 
UG2214419ANSOMAA, JUDITH MENSAH
UG2214888ABUBAKAR, YASMINE DONKOR
UG2218518ADUSEI, SYLVIA 
UG2223170BOAKYE, VINCENTIAL 
UG2223883QUARCOO, WINIFRED NAA AFARKOR
UG2231356ANABA, PATRICIA 
UG2234866FRIMPONG, MOREEN AKOTO
UG2238088MENSAH, ERNESTINA OWUSU
UG2238616MENSAH, LOIS 
UG2240348OPOKU, WINIFRED AGYEMANG

 

Shortlisted Applicants for UG Medical School Selection Examination

Starting December 15, 2021 - Ending December 15, 2022

Directives to Shortlisted Applicants for Medicine, UG

  1. Applicants are to pay GHC200 to the following account: 
    University of Ghana Medical School 
    GCB Korle Bu Branch 
    Acc. No: 1131180000772 
    The narration should read UGMS Entrance Examinations, Name, UG Serial Number

 

  1. Applicants are to come to the College of Health Sciences Building, Ground Floor, KORLEBU CAMPUS, NOT LEGON, BY 7.00AM on MONDAY, 20TH DECEMBER 2021 for the WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS

 

  1. Students to bring along the following:
    • Pay in Slip or receipt of payment 
    • Copy of WASSCE results slip/IB/A Levels/American Grade 12 
    • Photo ID-Passport, Ghana Card, NHIS Card, Voters ID, Driver’s license 
    • 2 2B or HB pencils with Erasers and Sharpeners 
    • Non programmable calculators 

 

  1. Watches and Mobile Phones are not allowed in the Examination Halls 

 

  1. Applicants are NOT to pay any monies to third persons and should beware of confident  tricksters and con men who offer to help them 

 

  1. Specific venues for the written examinations will be available on Notice Boards at the College of Health Sciences, Korle Bu, from 1pm on Saturday, 18th December 2021 

 

  1. INTERVIEWS would be held on TUESDAY 21st AND WEDNESDAY 22nd DECEMBER 2021. Interview lists will be available on notice boards at examination centres by close of written examinations. 

 

  1. Applicants are to take note that ALL COVID-19 Protocols will be adhered to strictly. 

 

 SERIAL NONAME
1UG2219523ABADOO SAMUEL MYLES
2UG2230280ABAKAH-KING, WILKENSON KWAMENA
3UG2234530ABBEY, HILDA NAA DJAGBLE
4UG2229124ABDALLAH, ABDUL MAJEED 
5UG2218691ABDUL MUMIN, MARDIA MOHAMMED
6LG2021448ABDULAI, FERUZA 
7UG2222074ABOAGYE, JEMIMAH NYARKOA
8UG2227578ABOAGYE, JENNIFER 
9UG2227027ABOAGYE, JOEL YAYRA KWODZO
10LG2019107ABOAGYE, KINGSLEY KYEREMEH
11UG2215216ABUBAKARI, AL-WAASIU 
12UG2218872ABUDU, IBRAHIM 
13UG2233037ABUGRE, LILIAN AWINPANGA
14LG2013691ACHEAMPONG, AMA OWUSUAA 
15UG2210549ACHEAMPONG, PRECIOUS OPPONG
16UG2200750ACHEMPIM ANSONG, PERCY 
17UG2241094ACKON, VALERIE MAAME ABENA
18UG2221629ACQUAH ILSEMARIE EFUA ODOSO AGYEKUM
19UG2217965ACQUAH, EMMANUEL 
20UG2205643ADARKWAH-YIADOM, NANA KOFI ADDO 
21UG2220767ADDAI, ENOCH KWABENA
22UG2207748ADDAI, SANDRA MENSAH
23UG2222078ADDOFOLY VANESSA SELORM
24UG2242210ADDY, CALVERT DYLAN KPANI
25LG2006526ADJEI-TAWIAH LAUREN ALBERTINAH
26UG2223422ADJEI-TWUM, NANA AMA 
27UG2221010ADJEI, FRANCESCA 
28UG2220774ADJEI, KINGSLEY AKWASI JUNIOR
29LG2010733ADJEPONG, AKOSUA MARFOA 
30UG2206639ADOMAKO VICTORIA
31UG2242570ADONOO, GRACIOUS DZIDZORLI
32UG2217908ADU ISAAC KWADWO TWUM BARIMA
33LG2010084ADU-KWARTENG, STEPHEN KWAKU
34LG2021877ADU, MABEL OWUSUA
35UG2236658ADU, VICTORIA SERWAAH AMPAAFO
36UG2245235ADUBOFOUR EADRIC
37UG2215360ADUSE-POKU, STEPHEN DEBRAH
38UG2228685ADUSEI, DUFIE BOAHEN 
39UG2215840ADZAHO, GEORGE ELIKPLIM
40UG2234471AFFUL, JOSEPH KWESI
41UG2207397AFRAM, DANIEL 
42UG2228377AFRAM, MAXWELL 
43LG2017102AFRANE, FRANK 
44UG2219055AFRIFA, PAA KWESI
45UG2230639AFRIYIE-MENSAH, MARY-ANN NYARKO ADJEPOMAA
46UG2222102AGANU, EUGENE SEYRAM KWAKU
47UG2223752AGBENU, CALEB JOSEPH KOBINA
48UG2236925AGBLEKPE, THYWILL 
49UG2243133AGYAPONG, DAVID 
50LG2010056AGYARE-ADDO, AMA FRIMPOMAA 
51UG2229619AGYEI DUODU, KEZIA 
52UG2209769AGYEKUM, EBENEZER DANSO
53UG2226824AGYEMAN DENISE NANA AMA
54UG2223754AGYEMAN-WEITTEY, KOFI ARHIN
55UG2238718AGYEMAN-WILLIAMS AMA
56UG2241041AGYEMANG, ATTA BADU CAPLICE SENIOR
57UG2211380AGYEN, MAAME AKUA SERWAA
58UG2226828AHADZIE VALERIE MAAFIA
59UG2232493AHIABOR, PHILIP KAFUI
60UG2233639AHIADU, LINCOLN 
61UG2212299AHINAQUAH, FIIFI 
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School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences Interview Schedule

Starting December 15, 2021 - Ending December 15, 2022
  1. Applicants are to pay GHC150 to the following account:
    Bank: Ecobank
    Account details: College of Health Sciences Operation Account.
  2. Applicants are to come to the School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences, Korle-bu.
  3. Applicants should come along with the following:
  • Pay in Slip or receipt of payment
  • Copy of WASSCE results slip Photo ID-Passport,
  • Ghana Card, NHIS Card, Voters ID, Driver’s license
  1. Applicants are NOT to pay any monies to third persons and should beware of confident tricksters and con men who offer to help them
  2. Applicants are to take note that ALL COVID-19 Protocols will be adhered to strictly.
  3. The venue for the selection interview is the School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences Administration block, Korle-Bu.

 

First Batch   |   Second Batch

 

First Batch:
Date: Tuesday, 22nd December 2021
Time: 8am
Registration Fee: 150 cedis
Bank: Ecobank
Account Detail: College of Health Sciences Operation Account

 

PROGRAMMESERIAL NONAME
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2205023SEIDU SARUNAH, SALMA YENG
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2013355ANNOR-FREMPONG, AKOSUA YEBOAH
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2240417AMOH, EDNA 
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2237859ADU, NANCY ASANTE
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2243324TOM-JOE, NORA DUGBAKIE
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2224102DARKWA, NANA ANTWI AWUAH
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2215000AKPALU, STEPHANIE EWOENAM
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2234562DOSOO, STEPHEN CALEB NARTEH
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2007262QUARSHIE, STELLA RENE
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2215335ATIMBEY, HAWA 
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2212275BOATENG, DAISY AGYEMANG
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2237395HOMENYA, MARY ABENA
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2235335AIDOO, PARMENAS NYAMEKYE
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2007113SAEED JALLO, HUSAINATU 
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2011498OPUNI-FRIMPONG, OWUSUAA 
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2018670MOUDEY, MARY ESI
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2008741YAMOAH, ERNESTINA 
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2299590OKYERE, KELVIN 
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2225551ARKOH, EKOW NANA
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2242749AMOAH, MAAME ADWOA 
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2210565OBISSAU, LAWRENCIA NYARKOA
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2218280ADU, EMMANUELLA AKOSUA
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2245316GAZE, JOSEPH EDEM
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2006560YUSIF, HAMDALLA LUNLEDA BANSI
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2219810ARYEE, ALETHA NAA OKAIKAI
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2237525AGYAPONG, SARPOMAA AWURA ADWOA
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2021395ARYEE, ALETHA NAA OKAIKAI
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2235592NIKOI, EDWARLLA NAA DEI
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2205996ASAMOAH-DUKU, AKUA ANIMA
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2212256TAWIAH, EMMANUEL KWEKU
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2214064OMANE-KODUA, ABIGAIL AMMA POKUA
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2010309NYAKOAA, RANDA 
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsUG2229337YEBOAH, MARINA AGYEIWAAH
Bachelor Of Science In DieteticsLG2005639AMOAKO-MENSAH, ABIGAIL 
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2232578ADAMS, FRIDAUS ELGINA ASARE
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2226252OKYERE, BRIGHT MIGUEL JUNIOR
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyLG2020858ODUMANG, LILIAN AYORKOR
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2228745SARFO, RUNNY E'LEIL
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2238892SEPAH, KLENAM ESI
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyLG2022490DANSO, MAGDALENE GRACE
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2212497AIDOO, HERBERT KWEKU BENTUM
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2228605OTI, VERONICA OTENEWAA
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2200822YEBOAH, BENJAMIN OSEI
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2220629NARTEY, EUNICE TEIKO
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2209212AMFO, KELVIN OWUSU
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2240362OWUSU ADJEI, FESTUS 
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2204971SACKEY, BEATRICE BAABA
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2210415ABLORH, ANDREWS ADJETEY
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2200994OBENG, LAWRENCIA 
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyLG2014621SACKEY, AARON JUNIOR
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyLG2016634ADDO, JOSEPHINE MARFOWAA
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2235675CLELAND, DANIELLA NERISSA NAA ODARLEY
Bachelor Of Science In PhysiotherapyUG2214199OSEI-KOFI, FREDERICA EKUA TWENEBOAH
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2nd Batch:

Date: Wednesday, 23rd December 2021
Time: 8am
Registration Fee: 150 cedis
Bank: Ecobank
Account Detail: University of Ghana, College of Health Sciences, Fees collection account

 

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Shortlisted Applicants for Dentistry Selection Examination

Starting December 15, 2021 - Ending December 15, 2022

Directives to Shortlisted Applicants for Dentistry, UG

  1. Applicants are to pay GHC200 to the following account:

    University of Ghana
    College of Health Sciences
    Ecobank, Legon Branch
    Acc. No:0160094485604301

  2. Applicants are to come to the College of Health Sciences Building, Ground Floor, KORLE-BU CAMPUS, (NOT LEGON) BY 7.00AM on MONDAY, 20TH DECEMBER 2020 for the WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS
  3. Students to bring along the following:
    • Pay in Slip or receipt of payment
    • Copy of WASSCE results slip/IB/A Levels/American Grade 12
    • Photo ID - Passport, Ghana Card, NHIS Card, Voters ID, Driver’s license
    • 2 2B or HB pencils with Erasers and Sharpeners
    • Non programmable calculators
  4. Watches and Mobile Phones are not allowed in the Examination Halls
  5. Applicants are NOT to pay any monies to third persons and should beware of confident tricksters and con men who offer to help them.
  6. Specific venues for the written examinations will be available on Notice Boards at the College of Health Sciences, Korle-Bu from 1 pm on Saturday, 18th December 2021.
  7. INTERVIEWS would be held on TUESDAY 21st AND WEDNESDAY 22nd DECEMBER 2021. Interview lists will be available on notice boards at examination centres by close of written examinations.
  8. Applicants are to take not that ALL COVID-19 Protocols will be adhered to strictly.

Serial No.Name
UG2235948ABAYAH, AARON TEYE
LG2014612ABDALLAH, MARIAM PUMAYA 
LG2018065ABDUL RAZAK, FIRDAUS 
UG2226752ACQUAYE, NANA AKUA ASUABEREMA
LG2022097ADAMS, SALAMATU ARTHUR
UG2209920ADDO-BOATENG, KWAME ADJEI
LG2011879ADEGLOH, DERICK SELORM
UG2207877ADJEI, MARILYN SENYAH
UG2237865ADU-OWUSU, KWAKU 
LG2021174AFRIYIE, GIDEON APPIAH
UG2213755AGBORLI, MICHELLE DASE
UG2232350AGYEKUM ODURO, THADDAEUS FEARON
UG2215492AMOAH, BRIGHT 
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UG2226668ASARE-AMOAH, JAMIN 
UG2234626ASOMANI, NANA KWAME ODURO
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LG2013336ATANGA, EMMANUEL ANABILA
UG2242907AWANFENE, RICHMOND KOFI
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UG2230974AYENSU, NANA-AMA SEMUAA
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LG2013480DEKA, CALVIN KOFI
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Notice on Student Residency in University Managed Halls: 2021/2022 Academic Year

Starting December 13, 2021 - Ending December 13, 2022

NOTICE ON STUDENT RESIDENCY IN

UNIVERSITY-MANAGED HALLS: 2021/2022 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

The University community, particularly students are to take note of the following regarding student residency in University-managed halls, as decided at the Residence Board meeting held on December 7, 2021;

1. Students who were in residency in University-managed halls prior to the 2020/2021 academic year will continue to maintain residency until completion of their programmes of study.

2. Students who were offered accommodation during the 2020/2021 academic year are to note that, as stated in their Residential Allocation letters, residency in the University-managed halls is for one academic year only, subject to re-application and balloting.

3. As a result of the modular system introduced during the 2020/2021 academic year, to restrict the number of students on campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many non-residential students were allocated accommodation in University-managed halls. With students returning as a single cohort in the 2021/2022 academic year, such students, who wish to have on-campus accommodation, will have to re-apply and ballot for beds.

4. Students from the University of Ghana Medical and Dental Schools who were granted special concession for residency, as a result of the structure of their academic calendar, will also be bound by the clauses above as applicable.

5. Students should note that payment for Residential Facility User Fee (RFUF) should only be made after allocation of accommodation.

 

Modalities for balloting for beds will be announced ahead of the start of the academic year.

 

Management of the University wishes to assure the entire student body that efforts are being made to increase the stock of residential facilities available to students. Updates on this will be communicated soon.

 

 

 

Emelia Agyei-Mensah (Mrs.)

REGISTRAR

 

DISTRIBUTION

General

 

cc: Vice-Chancellor

Ag. Pro Vice-Chancellor (ASA)

Dean of Student Affairs

Heads of Hall

Senior Tutors

SRC President

GRASAG President

 

 

 

UG Admissions - Frequently Asked Questions

Starting December 9, 2021 - Ending December 9, 2022

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (APPLICATION & SUBMISSION OF FORMS)

 

How much does the application fee cost?

· Presently the application fee is GH¢200.00 for Ghanaians and US$110.00 for international students and Ghanaians living abroad. The application fee is reviewed periodically.

Can one apply with more than one set of results?

· Yes. You can apply with up to 3 sets of results.

Can the application forms get finished before the deadline?

· No. please the e-voucher is generated from the Banks’ system and cannot get finished.

What should the background colour of the passport photograph be?

· It should be white.

Can I visit my application document after I have finished filling the form online? If so, till when?

· Yes. Until the May/June WASSCE results are published, you can go back to your application form as many times as you like, either to view or to make changes.

What do I do if I have difficulty logging in?

· Try logging in after 8 p.m. or late at night when the number of people trying to log in will have reduced.

Is the application process for Distance Education the same as for programmes on the main campus?

· Yes, it is.

Where can one get the University of Ghana application e-vouchers to buy?

· You can purchase the e-voucher from any of the following banks:

1. Ecobank

2. Agricultural Development Bank

3. Republic Bank

4. Prudential Bank

5. Fidelity Bank

6. Universal Merchant Bank

7. GCB Bank

8. Consolidated Bank Ghana (CBG)

9. Zenith Bank

· You can also purchase e-voucher using the Momo short code *187*18# on all networks.

Do you admit students with Nov/Dec results?

· Yes, we do.

I am writing WASSCE in May/June this year. Can I apply?

· Yes. Anyone writing WASSCE in May/June this year is eligible to apply.

I will be writing NOV/DEC this year. Can I apply?

· No. Admissions will be released before the NOV/DEC results are out.

How many WASSCE results does University of Ghana take in total?

· University of Ghana takes a total of three sittings

· Accepts all Past WASSCE & SSCE results

· Accepts a combination May/June & Nov/Dec Results

· Accepts a combination of WASSCE & SSCE

· Awaiting candidates can indicate their past WASSCE/SSCE results if they have one.

I will be writing NOV/DEC this year, can I apply for admissions?

· Unfortunately, you cannot as application will be processed before NOV/DEC results is released by WAEC.

Do I have to enter my WASSCE results when applying?

· No. There is no need to enter your WASSCE results, instead you are to enter your Index number, year and month you wrote the WASSCE.

Why are there different cut off points for males and females?

· This is due to the affirmative action policy to encourage more females enrolling in tertiary education.

Do you accept Diploma Holders from other tertiary institutions?

· No. We only accept Diploma holders from the University of Ghana or as determined by the University. We however accept HND holders from recognized Technical Universities into similar fields.

Does the University of Ghana run a Diploma programme in Nursing?

· No. Diploma programmes in Nursing are run by the various Nursing Training Colleges

I am applying with foreign results aside WASSCE, do I have to scan and upload the results?

· Yes. You have to scan and attach your results slip and indicate the details of the results.

Do I have to post my applications forms to the University after application?

· Applications are strictly done online.

How do I know I have gained admission into the University of Ghana?

· Successful applicants will receive a text message based on the contact details they provided and if not, they should check for their status on the University Website.

After I have gained admission to University of Ghana, what is the next step for me?

· Download your provisional admission letter by entering your Serial Number and Pin.

· Read carefully the instructions on your admission letter and when dully satisfied, you can make payment of your fees at the bank.

· After making the payment, be checking from the University website for any new announcement regarding accommodation, orientation, registration, matriculation and lectures.

Can I make changes after I have submitted my application online?

· Yes you can, the University will also reopen the application portal for a days days to enable applicants review their application after the release of the May/June WASSCE results.

· Applicants must ensure that their Biographical Data, WAEC Index Number, Year and month of examination are correct.

What is the difference between regular and fee paying?

· The difference is the amount of fees paid to the University. A student is considered admission into a fee-paying programme if he or she did not meet the regular cutoff point.

Do Ghanaians with foreign educational backgrounds pay foreign student fees?

· No. Ghanaians with foreign educational backgrounds pay regular Ghanaian fees once they are able to prove that they are Ghanaians.

A have gained admission to University of Ghana but will not be able to come to school this year, is my admission valid for the following year?

· No. You have to pay the required fees and write a letter to the University requesting for deferment of your admission.

I gained admission into the Accra City Campus. Can I change to the legon Campus in the future?

· No please.

 

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (ENTRY REQUIREMENTS)

 

What are the general entry requirements for admission?

· An applicant for admission to a degree programme in the University of Ghana must have at least credits (A1 - C6 in WASSCE or A– D in SSSCE) in English, Core Mathematics and Integrated Science (for Science applicants) or Social Studies (for non-Science applicants).

· Also, applicants must have three elective subjects in Science for those applying to Science or Agriculture related disciplines or three elective subjects in General Arts/Business for applicants applying to non-Science related disciplines, with the total aggregate not exceeding 24 for full time programmes. For Distance Learning, the total aggregate should not exceed 30.

· In addition, Science applicants should have at least a grade C6 in WASSCE (D in SSSCE) in Social Studies/Life Skills and non-Science applicants should also have at least a grade C6 in WASSCE (D in SSSCE) in Integrated Science/Core Science.

Do you use Integrated Science or Social Studies in calculating the aggregate for Science students?

· In the calculation of aggregates, Integrated Science will be used for Science programmes and Social Studies for non-science programmes. However, all applicants must have at least credit passes in both Integrated Science and Social Studies.

Can a Home Economics student apply for Bsc Dietetics or Biological Sciences?

· No. Dietetics is a programme for pure science students and is run by the School of Biomedical & Allied Health Sciences, College of Health Sciences. The entry requirements are Credit passes in Three (3) Electives comprising Chemistry, Physics and either Biology or Elective Mathematics

Can Home Economics students apply for Nursing or Midwifery?

· Yes, they can.

What programs are available to Business students?

· Business students can apply for the following programmes:

1. B.Sc. Administration

2. Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

3. Bachelor of Arts

Do you favour Business students when admitting into Business Administration?

· No, we do not. The entry requirement into Business Administration is ‘Any Three Elective subjects.

· The background does not matter once you meet the cutoff point.

 

Is there a B. A. option at the Business School?

· Yes. From the 2016/2017 academic year, the Bachelor of Arts in Administration (B. A. Admin) programme has been reintroduced.

Do I have to go through any screening process before I gain admission?

· A programme like bachelor of fine Arts requires you attend an audition before gaining admission.

· Some programmes in the College of Health Sciences also requires applicants write entrance examination and/or attend an interview.

· The list successful applicants invited for screening will be published on the university website.

Can I gain admissions into fee-paying programme if I fall below the admissions cut off point for my programme of choice?

· Yes, an applicant may gain admission into a fee-paying programme for failing to meet the required admissions cut off point.

My aggregate is more than 24 and I have all the required credit passes (C6), can I apply for a regular programme or as fee paying?

· No please, any aggregate more than 24 will qualify you for Distance Education, which is runned on weekends in all the regional learning centers and is the same four-year degree programme.

Can Agric Science students apply for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine programme?

· No please, the requirement for this programme is Biology, Chemistry and either Physics or Elective Mathematics.

What programmes do you offer for Distance Learning?

· Programmes on offered at Distance Learning are:

1. B.Sc. Administration

2. Bachelor of Arts

3. B. Sc. Information Technology

4. B. Sc. Nursing (For professional nurses only).

 

What programmes do you offer at the Accra City Campus?

· Programmes on offer at the Accra City Campus are:

1. B.Sc. Administration

2. Bachelor of Arts

Can I change my programme after the first year?

· No, you cannot.

 

 

Call for PhD Applications – Lisa Maskell Fellowship Programme (Gerda Henkel Foundation Scholarship)

Starting December 8, 2021 - Ending December 8, 2022

The University of Ghana has received a grant from the Gerda Henkel Foundation of Germany to support training of PhD students in the Humanities under a project titled Enhancing Doctoral Training in the Humanities in West Africa.

 

Please click on the links below for further details:

Application details

Flyer for the programme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deadline for Closure of UG Undergraduate Application Portal

Starting December 8, 2021 - Ending December 8, 2022

Following the release of WASSCE results for 2021, the University of Ghana application portal will remain open from today, December 8, 2021 and close on Friday, December 10, 2021

All applicants who wish to make changes to information on their application should do so before 4:00 pm, December 10, 2021

 

 

 

 

 

Invitation to the West Africa GEOHealth Scientific Conference and Policy Dialogue

Starting December 7, 2021 - Ending December 7, 2022

INVITATION TO THE WEST AFRICA GEOHEALTH SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE AND POLICY DIALOGUE

The West Africa Center For Global Environmental & Occupational Health (GEOHealth) in Partnership with the University of Ghana College Of Health Sciences & Ministry of Health, Ghana invite the University Community to their first Scientific Conference and and Policy Dialogue. This planned hybrid event with virtual and in-person components is themed: “Electronic Waste Recycling Activities, Environment, and Human Health”.

The event is expected to provide a platform of engagement by academia, policy-makers, government, decision-makers, local authorities, and other relevant stakeholders in exchange of ideas on key policy implications of electronic waste recycling activities and its impact on the environment and our health.

Date:    Wednesday, 15th  December, 2021

             Thursday, 16th December 2021

Time:    8:00 a.m. to 05:00 p.m. (GMT)

To register for this event and secure your seat, please click on link below:

Registration link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdvp6l9XFatL_Fn_-vAW_rmRUkKIsJqvfcUvoNWYXSgwk-1CA/viewform

 

Below is the joining in details to participate in this august event.

Topic: West Africa GEOHealth Scientific Conference & Policy Dialogue

Time: Dec 15, 2021 08:00 AM GMT

        Every day, until Dec 16, 2021, 2 occurrence(s)

        Dec 15, 2021 08:00 AM

        Dec 16, 2021 08:00 AM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://wacren.zoom.us/j/67880726097?pwd=MGtjK1NJSWQ2YWlqYUlnM1QzbURKUT09

Meeting ID: 678 8072 6097

Passcode: GEOHEALTH

Join by SIP

67880726097@109.105.112.236

67880726097@109.105.112.235

Join by H.323

109.105.112.236

109.105.112.235

Meeting ID: 678 8072 6097

Passcode: 420131755

 

 

 

 

ISSER to launch new flagship research initiative on Policies & Incentives to Deepen Digital Finance Retail Distribution Networks in LMICs

Starting December 6, 2021 - Ending December 6, 2022

 

The Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER) at the University of Ghana, with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is set to launch a new research initiative on policies and incentives to deepen digital finance retail distribution networks in low-and-middle-income countries (LMICs). The initiative will catalyze collaborations among researchers, policymakers and financial service providers to experiment with practical solutions for expanding the reach of mobile money and banking agent networks that are essential for connecting low-income households, women and vulnerable populations to formal financial services. The initiative will support projects in Asia and Africa in a manner that fosters real collaboration between researchers in the Global South and Global North.

Despite strong evidence demonstrating the essential role of agent networks in driving financial inclusion for underbanked populations, data from LMICs suggest agent networks remain quite sparse particularly in poorer peri-urban and rural locations. The initiative aims to demonstrate both a) how to effectively expand the reach of agent networks through public policy and commercial solutions that can plausibly be scaled; and b) how to advance public knowledge about the structural constraints limiting agent networks globally.

To achieve the project goals, ISSER will facilitate partnerships between policymakers, commercial digital financial service providers and researchers, and fund pilot and large scale research projects. Funding will target rigorous, high impact research projects with the potential for publication in high impact journals on economics, development, and management, and relevance for informing practical real-world solutions at scale. Prioritization will be given to projects that explore financial incentives such as subsidies, relevant regulations, and other institutional arrangements that impact agent density, as well as those that are intentional in focusing on the role of agent networks in women’s access to digital financial services. ISSER staff will support dissemination of research insights through the publication of policy briefs, hosting of convenings, and other activities designed to inform policy and practice.

The research initiative will support qualified researchers around the globe working on projects set in LMICs in Africa and Asia. Connecting researchers from the Global North and the Global South and fostering direct South-South partnerships is core to ISSER’s vision for the initiative, which aims to expand the representation of researchers from the Global South in research on development and poverty alleviation.

ISSER will launch the new initiative, “Policies & Incentives to Deepen Digital Finance Retail Distribution Networks in LMICs” in the first half of 2022 with a kick-off event and issue of the first requests for proposals (RFP) for pilot studies and experimental research.

 

 

 

 

 

Covid-19 Vaccination Center at University of Ghana Hospital

Starting December 3, 2021 - Ending December 3, 2022

The University community is hereby informed that a COVID-19 Vaccination Center has been set up at the University of Ghana Hospital. The Centre is located under the pavilion in front of the Hospital Administration building and is open from Monday to Friday (except public holidays), from 8.30 a. m. to 2.00 p.m. daily.

The following are eligible to take the vaccine: 

  • Persons, 18 years and above who have never had a COVID-19 vaccine would receive the Moderna vaccine. 
  • Persons, 18 years and above, who received the first dose of AstraZeneca vaccine not less than four (4) weeks ago, and are awaiting the second dose of AstraZeneca. Clients in this category must show a valid Vaccination Card for the first dose.
  • Persons between 15 years and 18 years who have never had a COVID-19 vaccine would be administered with the Pfizer vaccine.

All eligible persons should come along with a valid ID card and a COVID-19 Vaccination Card (for those requiring a second dose).

With the emergence of new variants of COVID-19, and as the University moves towards the resumption of regular operations, all students and staff are encouraged to present themselves for vaccination and are to observe the COVID-19 prevention protocols at all times.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Applications - Pan-African Doctoral Academy (PADA) January 2022 Schools

Starting December 1, 2021 - Ending December 1, 2022

Call for Applications - Pan-African Doctoral Academy (PADA) January 2022 Schools

 

We invite all doctoral students to apply for the Pan-African Doctoral Academy (PADA) January 2022 Schools. Kindly find details below.

 

                         

Pan-African Doctoral Academy -January 2022 Doctoral Schools

Date:  17th January – 28th January 2022 | Venue: Centre for African Wetlands/Doctoral Building-University of Ghana, Legon

Apply Online @ www.pada.ug.edu.gh  

Deadline:  31st December 2022

 

 

 Subsidized participation fee per module: Gh 900 or $ 150

 

Doctoral School 1: Modules                  Date: 17th January – 21st January 2022                                             Eligibility

 

- -Managing the PhD Process (Including Managing Literature Review)                                                          Year 1 & 2

-- Innovative Thinking in Research, Teaching and Learning                                                                             All PhD Students

-- Qualitative Research Methodology and Use of Nvivo for Analysis                                                              All PhD Students

-- Data Analysis Using 'R'                                                                                                                                  Year 2 & Above

 

 

Doctoral School 2: Modules                 Date: 24th January – 28th January 2022                                        Eligibility

                                                                                       

-- Academic Writing and Communication Research Results                                                                             All PhD Students                                                                       

--- Presentation Skills (Including Oral and Poster Conference Presentations)                                                  All PhD Students

-- Quantitative Research Techniques Using SPSS                                                                                             All PhD Students

-- Career & Professional Development for the Emerging Scholar                                                                     All PhD Students

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Note: Admissions shall be on a first-come-first-serve basis.

 

Visit:  www.pada.ug.edu.gh| Email: info.pada@ug.edu.gh | Call or WhatsApp + 233 05 0830 4904

 

Social Media Handles: Twitter: @PADA_UG | Instagram: ug_pada    | Facebook: UGPADA

 

 

Invitation to a Workshop on Sustainable Development Goals

Starting November 26, 2021 - Ending November 26, 2022

 

The Department of Geography and Resource Development, School of Social Sciences, College of Humanities, and its partners invite the University community to a workshop  on the Sustainable Development Goals and their synergies to waste management strategies and Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment. The workshop is scheduled as follows:

Date:           Thursday,  9th  December 2021

Time:           09:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m (GMT) 

Venue:        Fiesta Royale Hotel.

To register for the workshop and to secure your spot, please click on link below:

Registration link: www.project.uni-stuttgart.de/success24/workshops/

 

Please click here to view the flyer for the workshop

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Amnesty For Undergraduate Students Yet To Graduate

Starting November 26, 2021 - Ending November 26, 2022

The Public is hereby informed that Undergraduate Applications for the second semester of the 2021/2022 academic year is now open under three-year general amnesty. This opportunity is granted to final year students whose studentships have elapsed to re-sit outstanding/failed courses and graduate. This covers the 2021/2022, 2022/2023 and 2023/2024 academic years only.

Eligibility
Applicants should be University of Ghana undergraduate final year students who should have graduated from 2000/2001 to 2018/2019 but have not due to elapsed studentship.

Please find below the application process for Prospective General Amnesty:

  1. Registration of Interest

    Applicants are required to register their outstanding/failed courses using the students’ portal (STS). The link to the registration portal is https://sts.ug.edu.gh/services/login

    University of Ghana Student ID Number and MIS Web PIN will be required.

    Click here if you have no ID number and/or PIN:  https://sts.ug.edu.gh/services/guest/login

    Applicants are to visit relevant Departments with proof of registration for information on arrangements regarding registered courses prior to the start of the semester. The schedule for the 2nd semester can be found here:  REVISED L100 -L400 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2021-2022.pdf (ug.edu.gh)

    Departmental Heads or Examination Officers will help with replacements for phased-out courses.

  2. Deadline for Amnesty Course Registration

    The deadline for course registration for the second semester of the 2021/2022 academic year is: Sunday, July 3, 2022.

  3. Online Orientation Session

    A briefing webinar will be organized on Wednesday, 1st June 2022, at 10am. The Microsoft Teams link is as follows:  https://bit.ly/AmnestyORIENTATION

    All prospective applicants are welcome to log in for clarifications. 

  4. Schedule of Fees
    Click for details of fees and payment methods
     
  5. Provisional Identification Cards

    Provisional Identification Cards (ID) will be provided after the deadline for registration.

  6. Helpdesk

    For assistance, contact College Academic Offices (Mondays to Fridays, 9:00am to 4:00 pm):

    College

    Email

    Phone No.

    Phone No.

    Humanities

    cohacademic@ug.edu.gh 

    0507178028

    0552899445

    Education

    coeacademic@ug.edu.gh

    0503899803

    0264410136

    Basic and Applied Sciences

    cbasacademic@ug.edu.gh

     

    0206450182

    Health Sciences

    academicaffairs@chs.ug.edu.gh

    0550202911

    0268420215

  7. Expectations

    • Participants are required to fully participate in lectures for registered course(s) to be allowed to undertake examination(s).

    • Participants are to abide by the University of Ghana Regulations for Junior Members 2017.

 

 

Special Call for MPhil Applications - Seed Science and Technology - WACCI

Starting November 15, 2021 - Ending November 15, 2022

The West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement (WACCI) in partnership with the DAAD is inviting applications for the MPhil in Seed Science and Technology programme at the University of Ghana. Successful applicants  will enroll in October 2022 and will comprise the eighth cohort of MPhil Students.

 

Please click here for more information on the Call.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CIMA Signs New Remote Digital Self-Paced Learning Programme MOU with University of Ghana

Starting November 11, 2021 - Ending November 11, 2022

 

CIMA SIGNS NEW REMOTE DIGITAL SELF-PACED LEARNING PROGRAMME

MOU WITH UNIVERSITY OF GHANA

 

  • The CGMA® Finance Leadership Program was launched last year in Africa, Asia and Europe as a new e-learning and assessment platform supporting employers and universities
  • Meets accelerating demand for remote, digital, self-paced learning, which has been driven by the COVID-19 pandemic

 

ACCRA, 08 November 2021 – The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA©) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University of Ghana (UG) for the CGMA® Finance Leadership Program, a new, remote, digital, self-paced learning programme that will be available for all of UG’s business, accounting, and finance students.

Traditional in-person tuition and examination methods are being challenged by digital acceleration and the COVID-19 pandemic. The CGMA® Finance Leadership Program enables instant on-line access for aspiring business and finance leaders to learn finance skills to the equivalent of a master’s degree. It also provides a new guided learning and assessment route to completing the CIMA© Professional Qualification and earning the CGMA® designation. With the help of real-life case simulations, it teaches a mix of finance, accounting, business, people, leadership and digital skills that are needed to build successful careers.  

Students can start their learning journey at an appropriate entry level, building on existing educational achievements, credentials, and practical experience. Their employer or university is then able to monitor and support students as they progress. Students will need to pass only three exams – operational level, management level and strategic level, to obtain the CIMA© Professional Qualification.  

On successfully completing the programme, students earn CIMA© membership at either the ACMA or FCMA level in addition to the prestigious CGMA® designation. CGMA designation holders are in demand from the world’s leading companies and offer a route to a varied career, supporting both national and global economies.

The CGMA® Finance Leadership Program also connects students and universities to the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants®, the global accounting organisation formed by CIMA© and the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA®), plus its network of almost 700,000 members, students and engaged professionals.

The MoU signing ceremony was attended by Paul Aninakwah, Country Manager – Ghana at the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants® (the Association), representing AICPA® & CIMA®, and Prof Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, Vice Chancellor of the University of Ghana.

 

Paul Aninakwah ACMA, CGMA, Country Manager – Ghana at the Association said: “I am really excited about this partnership with the University of Ghana.

 

“This will enable many undergraduates to complete the CIMA© Professional Qualification and earn the prestigious CGMA® designation. Having both will enhance the employability of the graduates, clearly demonstrating the value they can add to a business.”

Prof Justice Bawole, Dean of the University of Ghana Business School said: “The University of Ghana Business School is excited at the opportunity to work with CIMA to provide excellent professional training to our students. The collaboration will contribute to making our students globally competitive professional management accountants.”

To mark the launch of this new partnership, CIMA is offering University of Ghana students who graduated after 2016, a 75% discount on the cost of the CGMA® Finance Leadership Program.

For enquiries about the programme, please contact Paul Aninakwah, Country Manager - Ghana at paul.aninakwah@aicpa-cima.com.

Find out more and start learning at enroll.cgma.org.

 

ENDS

 

Notes to editors

 

The CGMA® Finance Leadership Program (FLP) is immediately available to universities and employers outside the United Kingdom.  

The CGMA® Finance Leadership Program (FLP) was developed by The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants® (the Association), the unified voice of AICPA® & CIMA®, and has been running initially in the United States. It is now being rolled out in Africa, Asia and Europe.  

 

Media contact

Petra Bezuidenhout

Senior Manager: Marketing Africa – Management Accounting

E-mail: petra.bezuidenhout@aicpa-cima.com

Tel: +27 (011) 788 8723

 

About The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants

Founded in 1919, The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants® (CIMA®) is the world’s leading and largest professional body of management accountants. As part of the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants®, CIMA and its members and students operate in 192 countries and territories, working at the heart of business — in industry, commerce, the public sector and not-for-profit organisations. CIMA works closely with employers and sponsors leading-edge research, constantly updating its professional qualification and professional experience requirements to ensure it remains the employer’s choice when recruiting financially trained business leaders.

 

About the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants, and AICPA & CIMA

The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants® (the Association) represents AICPA® & CIMA®. We advance the global accounting and finance profession through our work on behalf of 696,000 AICPA and CIMA members, students and engaged professionals in 192 countries and territories. Together, we are the worldwide leader on public and management accounting issues through advocacy, support for the CPA license, the CGMA designation and specialised credentials, professional development and thought leadership. We build trust by empowering our members and engaged professionals with the knowledge and opportunities to be leaders in broadening prosperity for a more inclusive, sustainable, and resilient future.

 

 

2nd Call for Applications - Building the Next Generation of Female Postgraduate Engineers Scholarship Project

Starting November 4, 2021 - Ending November 4, 2022

COLLEGE OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCES

 

2nd Call for Applications

Building the Next Generation of Female Postgraduate Engineers Scholarship Project

 

Background

In order to bridge the gap between female/male ratios and promote diversity and innovation in postgraduate engineering studies at the University of Ghana, distinguished Ghanaian engineers (see below) have initiated a scholarship for female graduating students in engineering to enroll in the MPhil programme. 

The focus of the scholarship is on females from the following disciplines/departments in the School of Engineering Sciences at UG who, without financial assistance, will not be able to further their studies:

  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering 
  • Computer Engineering 
  • Food Process Engineering 
  • Materials Science & Engineering

 

About Scholarship

  • Applications are invited from candidates interested in receiving international-quality MPhil training in an engineering-related area and access to research and innovation at the University of Ghana, Legon.
  • MPhil scholarships are available for outstanding female engineering students who have demonstrated good performance at the undergraduate level who otherwise do not have the means to pursue MPhil studies and who are not currently enrolled in any MPhil program.
  • The scholarships cover costs of the MPhil Program, university fees, supervision, and research support. 

Eligibility Criteria

•   A first-degree holder in a relevant field of study with first class or second class Upper

•   Citizen of Ghana and willing to enroll full-time in an MPhil program at UG 

•   Demonstrate leadership potential, such as community service in areas related to the scholarship fields of study

• Demonstrate the need for financial assistance to pursue a post-graduate course. Further information on the MPhil program-specific requirements and admissions criteria can be found here: GRADUATE THESIS GOES ONLINE | School of Graduate Studies (ug.edu.gh)

 

The deadline for the submission of applications is the latest by the close of day on Tuesday, December 21st, 2021. Applications, CV and copies of certificates should be submitted by email to engdean@ug.edu.gh

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted!

 

 

 

2ND CALL FOR ABSTRACTS ANNOUNCEMENT 

 

 

 

Call for DAAD-RIPS 2022/2023 Scholarship Applications

Starting November 2, 2021 - Ending November 2, 2022

 

The Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS) at the University of Ghana (UG) is accepting applications for the award of the 2022/2023 German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Scholarships to pursue Master of Arts (MA) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees in Population Studies.

 

 

 

Please click here for ther details

 

 

 

 

Call for Application - Post-Doctoral Fellowship

Starting October 26, 2021 - Ending October 26, 2022

 

 

 

 

Please click here for the details

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Temporary Closure of Dental Unit - University Health Services

Starting October 16, 2021 - Ending October 16, 2022

The Dental Unit of the University Health Services, Legon, will be closed down for maintenance works from Monday, 18th October, 2021 to Friday, 22nd October, 2021.

A skeleton Dental Team will be available at the Dental Unit to administer first aid for emergency cases only from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily, during the period.

The Dental Unit will re-open on Monday, 25th October, 2021.

Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.

 

ISSER Short Courses 2021: Project Cycle Management, and Survey Techniques

Starting October 12, 2021 - Ending October 12, 2022

The Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER) is organising the following short courses, as part of its annual Professional Short Courses Programme:

  • Project Cycle Management. Duration: Monday 18 to Friday 29 October, 2021
  • Survey Techniques using CAPI and NVIVO. Duration: Monday 1 to Friday 12 November, 2021

Interested members of the University community are invited to register and or share the above information with their networks.

For details and to register, please, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opening Of University Of Ghana Sport Fund Scholarship Application For 2021/2022 For Continuing Students

Starting October 6, 2021 - Ending October 6, 2022

 

OPENING OF UNIVERSITY OF GHANA SPORT FUND SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FOR 2021/2022 FOR CONTINUING STUDENTS

The Sports Directorate has opened the University of Ghana Sport Fund (UG-SF) scholarship application for the 2021/2022 academic year.

About the University of Ghana Sport Fund

The (UG-SF) is an initiative to motivate, support and facilitate admitted student athletes and to attract potential talents to enhance their admission to the University of Ghana. The UG-SF is a form of support scheme that the University of Ghana Sport Directorate (UGSD) makes available to exceptional and less privileged student athletes when required and resources are available.

 

The scholarship is awarded on an annual basis and is available to undergraduate students ONLY, both fresh and continuing students.

Eligibility Criteria

  1. Be an admitted student athlete of University of Ghana with enormous talent
  2. Demonstrate financial need

 

How to Apply

Download the application form attached to this mail and fill all portions applicable to you. Attach all supporting documents to the application form and submit to the Sports Directorate by mail or hand delivered.

 

All hard copies should be addressed as stated below:

The Director of Sports

University of Ghana

Legon

 

Or electronically through sports@ug.edu.gh with the subject University of Ghana Sport Fund Scholarship Application 2021/2022 Academic Year.

 

Only shortlisted applicants will be contact for interview. Successful student athletes will be notified by the Sports Directorate.

 

Required Supporting Documents

  1. Certificates awarded to you in previous sports competitions
  2. Academic records
  3. Any other supporting documents that you believe will assist in the processing of your application.

 

Submission Deadline

All applications should be submitted to the Sports Directorate on or before Friday, 29th October, 2021 at 3:00 pm. Late submission of applications will not be considered.

 

Please ensure the information you provide is accurate.

 

Please click here for the Eligibity Criteria

Please click here for the Application Form

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admissions into the Graduate Entry Medical Programme (GEMP) - 2022/2023 Academic Year

Starting October 1, 2021 - Ending October 1, 2022

The University of Ghana Medical School (UGMS) is inviting applications from qualified applicants for admission into the Graduate Entry Medical Programme for the 2022/2023 Academic Year.

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Applicants should have a good (BSc) First Degree (Minimum of 2nd Class Lower) in the following science-based courses: Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Physician Assistantship, Pharmacy, Nursing, Nutrition, Dietetics, Food Science, Biomedical Engineering, Laboratory Sciences, Physiotherapy and Radiography. Graduates whose courses are not listed should not apply.
  • Candidates should have obtained a good WASSCE/SSSCE grade in three (3) core and Three (3) Elective science subjects one of which must be Chemistry.
  • There should be evidence of having completed National Service (if applicable).

 

NATURE OF PROGRAMME AND DURATION

 

The Graduate Entry Medical Programme is an integrated 4-year Medical Programme which leads to the award of MBChB Degree.  The Programme will begin in April 2022 and will be run on a FULL-TIME and NON-RESIDENTIAL BASIS for the Phase I and residential for Phase II.

 

COST OF APPLICATION FORMS

 

GHANAIAN APPLICANTS

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

FOREIGN APPLICANTS

Foreign Applicants are to pay One Hundred and Ten US Dollars ($110.00) as application fee into FGN-USD (0161034485604301) College of Health Sciences, Korle Bu Campus. SWIFT CODE: ECOCGHAC.  Kindly indicate UGMS-GEMP on the pay slip and upload as part of the application form.

 

HOW TO APPLY

 

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

Foreign Applicants are to apply online by visiting http://admission.ug.edu.gh/fs

 

Eligible applicants are to complete the application forms online.  In addition they should submit the following documents to  Academic Affairs Office, UGMS, Korle-Bu (Room 23) Two recent endorsed passport-sized photograph, Two endorsed Recommendation Letters from 2 Referees from a relevant Academic Institution, Copy of Certificates (SHS & Degree), Original Transcript, a copy of recent past six (6) months bank statement and other financial instruments as proof of ability to pay Including addresses and Letters of support from Sponsor(s) undertaking to pay all fees and  detailed information of present work status, a Proof of online registration and NSS Certificates where applicable.

 

NB:  Documents submitted will not be returned.

 

ACCESS COURSE

 

A shortlist of suitable applicants will be posted on the UG website. Shortlisted applicants only may apply for the access course. Applicants are to pay Two Thousand Ghana Cedis (GH¢2,000.00) for the Access Course, Entrance Examination and Interview. Applicants should check their eligibility and proceed to pay at the Bank.

 

The Access Course covers English Language, Quantitative Methods, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Anatomy and Physiology.

 

The course will take place at the University of Ghana Medical School, Korle-Bu from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. each day.

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

 

Deadline for Submission of Form

 

All online applications and submission of manual forms should be completed by Friday, December 31, 2021.

NOTE: Application starts on November 1, 2021

For further information please contact the Academic Affairs Office/GEMP Secretariat:

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

Telephone:  +233 302-666987/8, +233 302-661446

 

Email:  academic.ugms@ug.edu.ghgempugms@ug.edu.gh

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR GEMP 2022/2023 ACADEMIC YEAR

 

Shortlisted eligible candidates should take note of the following proposed dates regarding the Graduate Entry Medical Programme admissions:

 

·      Shortlist of Eligible Candidates –          Friday, 14th January 2022

·      Access Course                             –          Monday, 24th January – Friday, 4th February 2022

·      Entrance Examination               –          Tuesday, 15th February 2022

·      Interview                                      –          Thursday, 17th February – Friday, 18th February 2022

·      Registration/Med. Exams          –          Monday, 4th April – Friday, 8th April 2022

·      Orientation/Workshop on Teaching & Learning Methodologies  –          Monday, 25th April – Friday, 29th April 2022

·      Lectures Begin                            –          Monday, 2nd May 2022          

 

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION

The Entrance Examination takes place on Tuesday, 15th February, 2022. There will be only one centre - Accra Centre.

 

VENUE:  ACCRA - GHANA

 

The Entrance Examination will take place at the University of Ghana Medical School, New Examination Hall, Korle-Bu, Accra – Ghana as follows:

·      Paper 1 - General Paper is from 8:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

·      Paper 2 - Scientific Foundations of Medicine is from 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

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

 

Should the present COVID19 pandemic persist All COVID-19 protocols would be strictly adhered to during the admission process.

 

32nd Ghana Science Association Biennial Conference and Workshop

Starting October 1, 2021 - Ending October 1, 2022

Members of the University community are hereby invited to the 32nd Ghana Science Association Biennial Conference and Workshop as follows:

 

Date: October 5, 2021

Activity: Pre-Conference Workshop on Grant Proposal Writing

Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Venue: Via Zoom

 

Date: October 6 – 8, 2021

Activity: 32nd Biennial Conference 

Time: 8:30 am

Venue: Via Zoom

 

Please see below for further details of the Conference.

 

All are cordially invited.

 

 

 

 

Please click here for the programme of the Pre Conference Workshop

Please click here for the programme of the Biennial Conference