Education

12 September 2017

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UCC Local NUGS to organize “START RIGHT” conference for Freshers

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Are you a UCC fresher? Would you like to make the best out of the University? If yes, then save the date because, University of Cape Coast Local NUGS in collaboration with Standard PR presents STANDARD TALK, on the  Theme : Start Right – ” What I wish I knew before matriculation.” Standard Talk is an educative […]

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bece computerized placement website

5 September 2017

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Check your 2017 BECE placements on www.cssps.gov.gh

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A new website, httwww.cssps.gov.gh has been launched by the government to enable BECE sitters who are yet to be placed in Senior High School to choose their preferred school. This comes after numerous complaints that the advertised website www.myjhsresult.net was inaccessible. legacybase.com has been monitoring the situation closely and can report that the government has […]

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gcuc

13 August 2017

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Ranking of Private Universities in Ghana 2017; GTUC Still in a Comfortable Lead, Ashesi Behind It

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The webometrics ranking of world universities released the second and final ranking of universities around the world for the s year 2017. The ranking of Ghanaian Universities according to webometrics didn’t change much but for a few ups and downs, here and there. You can find the full list HERE. From the list, we have […]

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8 August 2017

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Maintain 2016/17 Academic year fees – NCTE Charges Public Universities

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The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) has directed management of public tertiary institutions to maintain fees for the 2016/17 academic year pending parliamentary approval of the proposed new fees. In a press release Monday, the Council said the necessary changes would be effected to the 2016/17 fees in due course. According to NCTE,  when Parliament […]

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5 August 2017

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Graduation blues: Stranded GIJ Masters’ students petition government

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According to sources close to the situation, government has been “lethargic” with the inauguration of the council and it points to a growing trend that is fast gaining root in the country, particularly in the education sector whenever there is a change of government. The cumulative effect of the absence of the council, is that [...] Read More