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GUBA Enterprise collaborates with Chevening Scholarships

The continuous partnership between the GUBA Enterprise and Chevening Scholarships to promote Ghanaian participation in the UK government’s learning initiative has been revamped. Applications for the Chevening Scholarships opened on Monday 7 August 2017,...

$43,000 rot uncovered at Scholarship Secretariat

The Scholarship Secretariat wired an amount of $43,000 (Gh¢191,291) to the Ghana Mission in Conakry, Guinea in 2014 but the money never hit its destination, investigations have revealed. The money was meant to pay for...

WAEC withholds 1,298 results of BECE candidates

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has withheld the subject results of 1,298 candidates who sat the 2017 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). The figure represents 0.28% of the total candidature who wrote the examination. “This...

Improved public schools in Rwanda see private academies close down

Private schools in Rwanda face an uncertain future amid dwindling admissions as learners increasingly enroll in public schools. Desperate proprietors who face closure of their institutions are now asking the government to sponsor students in...

You’re useless if your degree can’t help your hometowns – Priest

One of Ghana’s best-known Catholic priests, Msgr. Roger Aboteyuure, has asked Ghanaians searching for examples of “useless graduates” to look no further than successful degree holders who have turned their backs on their deprived...

Lambussie: 26% of SHS candidates stranded due to fees

It has emerged that 26 percent of pupils who passed the Basic Education Certificate Examination in the Lambussie district of the Upper West region are unable to go to SHS because they cannot pay...

Gov’t killing Technical Universities – TUTAG

The Technical Universities Teachers Association of Ghana, TUTAG, has issued an ultimatum to government to constitute the Governing Councils for the various Technical universities or risk triggering serious labour unrest in that sector. Addressing the media...

Free SHS role: It doesn’t matter if I’m here or not – Attah

Award winning young Ghanaian actor, Abraham Attah, has said criticism against his appointment as ambassador for government's free SHS policy is wrong. The Minister of Education, Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempeh came under series of criticisms...

Trainee teachers to take licensing exams – GES

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has served notice henceforth all teacher trainee graduates will take a licensing exams. “Before we recognize you as a professional teacher, you will need to be licensed,” Rev. Jonathan Betteh,...

Russia: Ghanaian students to picket over lack of funds

Over 200 Ghanaian students on scholarship in Russia have threatened to picket at Ghana’s embassy in that country if government fails to release stipends. According to the students, government has defaulted in releasing the living...
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