An alumnus of University of Cape Coast and a former affiliate of Oguaa hall, Mr. Lawrence Nash Daniels, has charged students of the hall to be interested in gaining employable skills to complement the knowledge being gained in the lecture halls.
About fifty students of the School of Business, University of Cape Coast, have been taken through bead and soap making. The training, an initiative of the School’s Business Incubator, is to equip students with skills in bead and detergent making to make them self-sufficient in starting their own business after school.
The Centre for International Education, University of Cape Coast yesterday organized its second biannual Study Abroad Fair. The Fair, according to a Principal Administrative Assistant at the Centre, Mary Annum, is aimed at educating the student populace on the opportunities available for them to study abroad on exchange programs.