3 sir Nicholas QuansahTrade Attaché, Ghana Consult General, made the charge on Wednesday in lakes at a press conference held ahead of an educational fair scheduled for October 17-18 in ikeja.
4 According to Quansah, the fair is to provide opportunities for school certificate holders or parents who want their children to pursue their university degrees in Ghana.
5 “About 16 universities, all fully accredited, come to the student fair.
6 “It is part of Ghana’s service to promote the relationship with Nigeria, just as we participate in the international trade fair.
7 “We encourage interested youth and parents to come to the fair, listen to the university offers that exist at all levels of undergraduate, postgraduate and PH.
8 D courses since there will be admission on the spot,” he added.
9 Speaking, sir yaw dankwarecruiting office, University of Ghanarevealed that no fewer than 5,000 Nigerians were currently in school in Ghana, with free movement under the ECOWAS protocols and with a residence permit.
10 According to Dankwa, the academic system in Ghana works in such a way that students graduate in the expected time, since they are obliged to study full time.
11 “We have a lot of collaboration with Nigeria.
12 The standard or quality of education in Ghana is said to be highly rated, this is the result of what we learned from Nigeria,” he said.
13 Also, sir Abdullah BandDeputy Director, GEPA, who said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs would be involved in the admission procedure, assured that the safety of the students is a priority.
14 He also said they could stay after graduation.
Abdallah, who expressed that the fees were affordable, mentioned that some of the institutions include the University of Ghana, Kumasi Technical University, central University, WISCONSInorth International university College, Ghana among others.
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