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Lydia Hudu has been selling 'soboloo' at the Makola market in Accra to pay her fund her university education. She is a student at the University of Ghana.
A young Ghanaian student of Mankessim MA. A. School in the Central region has awed many with his exceptionally creative artwork of the late Ebony Reigns after it was shared into a popular Facebook page.
Basic School teachers in the Bolgatanga Municipality of the Upper East Region have reportedly rejected the GHc50.00 offered them by the Bolgatanga Municipal Education Directorate after a five-day training workshop.
Ghanaian multi-talented and award-winning musician, Okyeame Kwame, has challenged the government to consider making the study of Ghanaian languages an integral part of the educational system.
The Ghana Education Service (GES) has directed that all Senior High School (SHS) third-year students are to report to school on Monday, August 19, to begin the first term of the 2019-2020 Academic Year.
The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA) has revealed that the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) would soon be scrapped from the educational system in Ghana.
A coffee company has, as part of corporate social responsibilities, been donating bicycles to school girls in Ghana. Nespresso explained that together with Swedish start-up Vélosophy, they are on a mission to create bicycles.
An obviously peeved teacher took to social media to express her disgust at the GES for serving them with refreshment that was not worth their status
Ghanaians have taken Nana Frema Busia, daughter of Ghana’s former prime minister, the late Dr. Kofi Abrefa Busia, to the cleaners for suggesting that the University of Ghana should be named after him.
U.S-based Ghanaian academic and activist, Prof Stephen Kwaku Asare, popularly known as Kwaku Azar has warned of the possible danger if government dares to rename the University of Ghana.
Four public universities in the country are being renamed after the newly drafted Public University Bill was adopted and passed by Parliament without any amendments. Prof. Kwaku Azar said public universities are seldom named after
Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has unveiled plans for the construction of a medical university in the Northern part of the country. The proposed University is part of a programme from the Saudi government which includes the
President Akufo-Addo indicated that it was inevitable that from 2020, when the first batch of free SHS students graduate, and the tertiary institutions would be faced with the number of students who would be seeking admission.
President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has announced that the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR), Sunyani in the Bono Region is to be named after the late Prime Minister of the Second Republic, Kofi Abrefa Busia
Social media users have joined a man identified as William Welbeck Akita to celebrate the effort of Amarh Michael Amartey, a Senior High School (SHS) graduate. YEN.com.gh understands that Amartey completed Aggrey Memorial SHS.
The United Kingdom (UK) government has opened applications for the 2020/2021 Chevening Scholarships. The prestigious Chevening Scholarships to study in the UK are open between August 5 and November 5, 2019. YEN.com.gh news.
Chris Mensah Amentor, a boy from Odoben Senior High School (in the Asikuma Odoben Brakwa constituency of the Central region has scored seven As in the 2019 WASSCE. Odoben SHS is the school of the Kichen stool atopa girl, Priscilla
According to the prophet, the recent kidnap cases was just a teaser to the major problem, which he said includes cases of kidnappings, death, accident and others which sound unpleasant.
While students are expected to study hard to obtained the best grades after they complete school, scoring all As is an achievement that ought to be celebrated and Nana Adwoa, a student from Wesley Girls finished WASSCE with 8As.
Congratulatory messages from people who have been urged on to achieve their ultimate continue to pour in after Ato Lutterodt, a graduate from GIMPA, took to Twitter to share his remarkable achievement of 3.9 CGPA.
The story of Emmanuel Kaiser, the founder and chief executive officer of Kaiser Media, is not that of those born with silver spoons in the mouths. Popularly known as Kaiser, he defied the odds and graduated with first class.
Following the release of provisional results of candidates who wrote the West African Senior Certificate Examination in 2019, Sarpong Aksoua Darkwa, a brilliant school girl has obtained remarkable scores with distinction.
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