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The University of Education, Winneba has introduced new programmes as part of its quest to promote academic excellence.
At the 21st Congregation of the University, the Vice-chancellor, Professor Mawutor Avoke, said the University intends to introduce even more programmes to improve teacher education in the country.
“We have introduced the M.Phil. program (early Childhood Education) and other programs such as Masters in Agriculture Education, Masters in Environment and Occupational Health, Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources, BSc in Agric Business Management and Entrepreneurship, BSc in Chemistry Education and BSc in Information and Communication and Technology (ICT). These programs are heavily subscribed,” he said.

Proprietress of Ecole Francaise, a private Bilingual Educational Institution in Cape Coast has admonished Ghanaian parents to invest in bilingual education for their children.

Mrs Ama Atta Sagoe said being bilingual gave their children a competitive edge and offered practical, intellectual and aspiration benefits in today’s global society.

Mrs Sagoe who was speaking at a media briefing ahead of the school’s fifth anniversary and Speech and Prize giving day celebration in Cape Coast, said being fluent in a second language opened up the world of new opportunities especially in the job market.

The anniversary celebration, which is on the theme “Significance of Bilingual Education in the 21st Century”, is scheduled for Friday, December 16.

Students of Prempeh College in Ghana have won the 2016 edition of the Robofest World Championship in Michigan, USA.
They beat competition from top high schools in China, USA, Canada, India, etc.
Ghana’s outstanding team was awarded the prestigious Toyota Innovation Award.



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