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GARDEN CITY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
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2016/2017 RESIT EXAMINATION NOTICE
 

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Minister of State at the Presidency in charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah has announced government plans to soon scrap the 25 per cent corporate tax paid by private universities in the country.

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GARDEN CITY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

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Garden City University College (GCUC) is a pioneering institution that seeks to produce innovative, well-grounded and well-rounded business executives, entrepreneurs, healthcare professionals, analysts and researchers who can meet the challenges of our time, in an increasingly sophisticated global village.

GCUC was officially accredited by the National Accreditation Board, Ghana, in 2005 to run degree and diploma programmes. The University College is located in Kenyase in the greater Kumasi Metropolis. It is about five kilometers off Anloga Junction/Kumasi Airport Roundabout. GCUC has a land coverage of over 40 acres with well-established facilities that support academic and research work.

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Equipping the Next Generation of Scientists and
Medical Workers in Ghana

By Karen Fowle.

 

A Garden City University College instructor teaches microscopy.GCUC/Seeding Labs


University students lacked critical lab equipment in a country where health care workers are desperately needed, so a Boston-based social enterprise provided a solution.


 

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 TINA ABREFA-GYAN OF NORFOLK UNIVERSITY SELECTED TO WORK WITH GARDEN CITY UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

Kumasi, May 15, 2016 –Tina Abrefa-Gyan from [Norfolk University] was awarded a fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program to travel to Ghana to work with Garden City University and Ramatu Agambire on curriculum development for Social Work and collaborative research on HIV/AIDS.

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