Higher Education in Ghana
The 5th edition of the Ghana-France Higher Education and Research Conference took place on 15th October 2019 at GIMPA. It brought together 120 participants from 35 Ghanaian universities and research centres and 25 French higher education institutions and research institutes, as well as institutions related to tertiary education and research in Ghana: Ministry of Education, Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, National Accreditation Board, Vice Chancellors Ghana.
According to the National Accreditation Board (as of Dec. 2017), there are some 150 higher education institutions in Ghana. These include: Public Universities
10 Public universities whose leadership subscribe to (...)
Schooling is mandatory from ages 6 to 15 with a 1st cycle curriculum covering 6 years of basic education and 3 years of Junior High School. The Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) certifies the 1st cycle (...)