Private sector development and research partnership systems are central in the development of any economy. As a result, the need for effective collaboration between the corporate world and academia in exchange of knowledge for pursuing strides that seek to develop sustainable growth in both the industrial and academic settings has become more essential.
The First Regular meeting of the Campus Security and Safety Committee Meeting for the 2015/2016 Academic year comes off on Thursday, 29th October, 2015. The Venue for the Meeting is at the Centre for International Education Conference Room. The Time is 10:00 AM. All Members are entreated to come on time and with their agenda and minutes. Thank you.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
The Samuel and Emelia Brew-Butler - SGS/GRASAG, UCC Research Fund is established to provide financial support (grant) to qualified second year postgraduate research students (MPhil/MCom/MN/PhD) to help facilitate and stimulate quality research work. The overriding goal is to motivate students to contribute their quota to national development through quality and timely research. Specifically, the grant is aimed at supporting research students to:
It is announced for the information of the University community that the listed residential facilities are hereby advertised for interested staff to apply for consideration. They are;
This E-learning manual is to help lecturers of the University of Cape Coast in uploading their courses and course materials (ie. course outlines, lecture notes/powerpoint presentations, recommended reading books/journals, videos, forums) on the E-learning platform to enable students access them for continuing academic work. A series of short video tutorials will be made available in the coming days to further help our lecturers in uploading their courses.
The Second Supplementary (Re-Sit) Examination for Level 100 courses is scheduled to take place from Monday, 16th September to Friday, 20th September, 2019.
The Directorate of University Health Services will commence Medical Examinations for Fresh Students for the 2019/2020 Academic Year from Monday, 19th August, 2019 to Friday, 27th September, 2019.
The details of the exercise are as follows:
Levels 100 and 400 students who failed courses in the 2018/2019 academic year are to note that, the Supplementary (Re-sit) Examinations for Levels 100 and 400 Courses will be taken from Monday, 19th August to Friday, 23rd August, 2019.
Affected students are reminded to register before the date for the examination by paying the re-sit fee of Fifty Ghana Cedis (GHS50.00) per paper at the Cash Office. The receipt should be presented to the Directorate of Finance (Room DF3).