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12th Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Lectures & Special Congregation

12th Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Lectures & Special Congregation Time:  3:00pm Venue:  Main Auditorium Day:  28 Month:  Sep Year:  2018 Day:  29 Month:  Sep Year:  2018 Further Information: 12TH KWAME NKRUMAH MEMORIAL LECTURES & SPECIAL CONGREGATION Speaker:   Prof. Akilagpa Sawyer, (Professor of Law), Former Vice-Chancellor, University of Ghana and Former Secretary General, Association of African Universities Topic:  Negotiation and Management of… Read More »

Political Polarisation is Key Threat to National Character Development UCC 2018

Political Polarisation is Key Threat to National Character Development UCC 2018 The Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro, has noted that Universities will fail as hubs of knowledge generation and application, if they fail to place national character development at the core of the training of students. Universities must use the lecture theatres to help students develop mindsets… Read More »

UCC Inaugural Lecture: Prof. George K. T. Oduro, Pro-Vice-Chancellor

UCC Inaugural Lecture: Prof. George K. T. Oduro, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Time : 2:30pm Venue : School of Medical Sciences Auditorium Day : 13 Month : Sep Year: 2018 Day: 13 Month: Sep Year: 2018 Further Information: Speaker:   Prof. George K. T. Oduro, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, UCC Topic:   Repositioning Universities for National Character Development: Does Leadership and Mindset Education Matter? Chairman:   Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah,… Read More »

UCC Supplementary End-Of-Semester Examinations For Levels 100 & 400 Courses

UCC Supplementary End-Of-Semester Examinations For Levels 100 & 400 Courses SUPPLEMENTARY END-OF-SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS FOR LEVELS 100 AND 400 COURSES It is announced for the information of Levels 100 and 400 students who failed courses in the 2017/2018 academic year that, the Supplementary (Re-sit) Examinations for Levels 100 and 400 courses will be taken from Monday, 27th August to Friday, 31st August, 2018. Affected students are… Read More »