The Pro Vice Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast Professor George K.T Oduro has made a call to all stake holders and decision making bodies of education in Ghana to clearly distinguish between governance and politics in their operations.
The Administrative Bishop of the Methodist Church Ghana, Rt. Rev. Dr. Paul Kwabena Boafo has called on the Ghana Methodist Students Union GHAMSU to be of good influence to students on various campuses and the youth in society at large.
He says it is important for Methodist students to live out their faith in exercising their witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Provost of the College of Distance Education, Professor Isaac Galyuon has announced the College will soon introduce PhD programmes as part of its post graduate module of graduate education. Professor Galyuon said a committee will soon be inaugurated to oversee the restructuring of the college’s mandates to enable it run more programmes available on the regular module.
He explained that this initiative is important recognizing the urgent quest for many people to graduate education in the country but are unable because of work and distance.
Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh has assured management of University of Cape Coast that his office will ensure the early completion of an ongoing School of Graduate Studies office complex at the university.
Dr. Opoku Prempeh gave the assurance upon a request made by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah at the 17th Session of the 50th Congregation of the University for Graduate students last Saturday.
Staff of the Komenda College of Education say the college will near collapse if the Ministry of Education does not revise its educational reforms to reintroduce the general education programme which has been the main and most preferred programme of training for most students of the college since the college was established.
Vice Chancellor of University of Cape Coast, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah has announced that the Institute of Education, in collaboration with selected departments in the College of Education Studies, has rolled out post-diploma programmes.
These programmes will lead to the award of Bachelor of Education degrees; Bachelor of Education (Social Studies), (Arts), (Mathematics), (Science), (Social Studies), (Home Economics), (Management), (Accounting) and (Information Technology).
This forms part of the current reforms by the Ministry of Education at the Colleges of Education which according to the Vice Chancellor has been embraced by the University.