The University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) has signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) with the Ghana Christian University College (GCUC), which will see the former mentoring the latter in its Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management programme.
“In mid-year 2018, GCUC made a request seeking our mentorship for the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management programme. The fruit of that request and subsequent deliberations is what we are witnessing today,” Dr Kweku Rockson, the Acting Dean of the Centre for International Education and Collaboration (CIEC) revealed.
The Signing of the MOU between the two institutions was led by Dr Kweku Rockson of CIEC (UPSA) and the Acting Vice President of GCUC, Rev Dr James Yamoah.
It was witnessed by the Director of Academic Affairs, Mr Edward Bannerman-Wood, the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Studies, Dr John Bosco Damnyag as well as Mr Albert Akanferi, a lecturer at the Department of Information Technology all from UPSA.
While the delegation from GCUC also included the Registrar, Mr Hanson K. Nyame and the Acting Dean of the School of Science and Technology, Mr Kofi Amponsoh Amadi.
The new partnership deal, according to Rev. Dr Yamoah, is to tap into the enormous experience of UPSA while making use of its modern facilities and excellent academic staff.