Webster University (Ghana) has expressed interest in collaborating with the Government of Ghana and the Ministry of Education to develop 21st Century centred modules and courses to tackle some of Ghana’s challenges.
The University authorities made this revelation in a meeting with Ghana’s Minister of Education, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh, on Wednesday, November 21, 2018, at the Ministry of Education in Accra.
The authorities also used the opportunity to formally introduce themselves to the Minister of Education as one of the distinguished tertiary institutions in the country providing quality education in various fields and at various levels.
The Minister of Education assured the University of the Ministry’s support at all times.
“Our main aim here at the Ministry is to improve the quality of education whilst supporting and collaborating with entities looking in the same direction as us.” The Minister indicated.
Webster University Ghana Campus is a private university in Accra, Ghana. It is the Ghanaian campus of Webster University, based in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.
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