Located on the cusp of the Atlantic Ocean in West Africa, Ghana is a growing nation in a burgeoning continent, and presents itself as a very viable option for students who are looking to study in a nation that is rich in diversity and high in academicism. Studying in Ghana will give you the opportunity to study in a prosperous academic environment that promotes research growth and learning, and which is home to some of the friendliest people on the planet.
Why Study In Ghana?
If you are looking to study in a new environment, Ghana might have all the answers. Africa has for a while now been labelled as a continent of contrasts; while some nations continue to flounder, others prosper. One of those which is rapidly developing is Ghana, the sub-sahara’s first colonial nation to gain its independence, and one of the most successful African nations of recent years.
Ghana offers students country-specific courses that are taught entirely in English. Here, you can study chemistry, music, languages, history, economics, science, technology and much more, while also sharpening your knowledge about your new surroundings. Moreover, you have the opportunity to study for your degree while immersing yourself in the colourful local culture. You can also volunteer and work on community projects that will enrich your experience and improve your skill set.
Ghana is home to numerous accredited, degree-granting colleges and universities, some of which remain polytechnic institutions. It is also home to specialist higher education institutions, such as the National Film and Television Institute in Accra, and the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration in Legon. According to the latest ranking reports, the University of Ghana is the top-ranked university in the country, with Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology second, and the University of Education third. Student halls of residence are offered up and down the country, with some universities housing students in hostels for the duration of their course.
Ghana is often seen as an emblem of Africa’s new image of vibrancy and growth. Thanks to a calm political climate, a solid democracy, a melting pot of cultures and a GDP that is higher than the world’s average, Ghana represents an attractive proposition for any student looking to study abroad.
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