Two American Universities Partner With Ghana Technology University College

gtucGhana Technology University College has announced partnership agreements with historically Black Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio, and Southern Polytechnic State University in Marietta, Georgia. Southern Polytechnic enrolls about 5,000 undergraduate students and about 22 percent of them are Black.

Central State University and Ghana Technology University College agreed to academic exchange programs between the two educational institutions  for students, faculty, and administrators. Faculty at the two universities would also conduct joint research projects and write joint grant proposals.

Ghana Technology University College and Southern Polytechnic will operate joint academic programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Students from Ghana will be able to transfer their credits and continue their education in Georgia. Students writing a graduate thesis can choose to have faculty supervisors at both universities.


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