CU Partner GTUC Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary

Our warmest congratulations to CU partner Ghana Technology University College (GTUC), ranked top private university and fourth in the country, on occasion of its 10th anniversary celebrations.

GTUC students, staff, alumni and stakeholders participated in a varied programme of events from Tuesday 12th to Sunday 18th September. These included a lively float through the main streets of Accra, a panel discussion on education, information technology and entrepreneurship, a student debate, an alumni homecoming event, and an anniversary durbar among many other activities.  Prof. Jane Naana Opuku-Agyemang, Minister of Education, Ing. Wilfred Edwin Owusu Apatu, representative from the Ghana Institute of Engineers, and Ms Ethel Cofie, CEO and Founder of Edel Technology Consulting, were among the many distinguished participants that joined GTUC in celebration of its achievements. Christopher Bland, Group Quality Director, and Prof. Gideon Maas, Director of the International Centre for Transformational Entrepreneurship, took an active part in the week’s programme on behalf of CU.

GTUC specialises in ICT education, and delivers 7 CU masters in the areas of Finance, Engineering and Management, Supply Chain Management and Oil and Gas as part of a collaborative portfolio. CU and GTUC. Find out more about our partnership and courses here

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Dr Osei K Darkwa, President of GTUC, with the 10th anniversary celebration cake

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Christopher Bland (Group Quality Director at CU) with GTUC senior management and alumni

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Prof Gideon Maas (CU), Ms Ethel Cofie (Edel Technology Consulting) and Ing. Wilfred Edwin Owusu Apatu (Ghana Institute of Engineers) with GTUC senior management in the discussion panel

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