The second edition of Luv FM Educational Fair has opened with exhibiting schools take turns to sell their qualities to prospective parents and guidances.
The three-day event which kicked off on Thursday and will run until Saturday at the Kumasi City Mall provides a platform for prospective tertiary students to seek professional career advice and guidance, especially on admission.
Presbyterian University College, Garden City University College, GIMPA, Ghana Baptist University College, Christian Service University College and Richlove Travel Consult, are all exhibiting.
Metro Education directorate has commended the initiative saying it is timely.
Public Relations Officer, Nana Yeboah Asiamah II, is full of praise for the Multimedia Group Limited for the initiative.
According to him, career guidance, career counselling, field trips and facility or institutional visits are the four key important ingredients to education.
“Edufair opens the door for you to grasp all these four things. So please students take advantage of this great opportunity so that you will not choose programs you will not regret when you are done with your program".
He commended the Multimedia Group for the Edufair program.
"We thank Multimedia Group Limited for these great things that you always do. The Ghanaian child will always be grateful to you”, he added.
More than 30 tertiary institutions will be exhibiting their schools and offer professionals to assist students and parents.
Marketing Manager for Multimedia Kumasi, Isaac Antwi, said the Multimedia is proud to sustain this avenue and develop to facilitate easy access to education.
"It is to offer prospective students the needed assistance and variety to make informed choices and decisions for a better future. We are proud to say we have assembled no fewer institutions but very professional academically inclined and excellent providers of quality and affordable education.
As you interact with them you are guaranteed quality education for you to reach greater heights in your life”.
Mr Antwi called on parents and prospective students to patronize the event in the interest of their future.
Sponsors include GBUC, Lyte Forex Ghana, Christian Service University College, Wisconsin University, Garden City University College and GCB.
Other Business of the Edufair
Officials of No-Business As Usual, a non-governmental organization, will also offer entrepreneurial training to participants.
Lyte Forex Ghana will also create the platform to teach interested patrons about the forex trade and other entrepreneurial skills.