Industries in Ghana have confidence in our Graduates – Winneba uni VC

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Prof. Mawutor Avoke is attributing the confidence industries have in the University’s product to more innovative and competitive programs thatthe University is running.

According to the Vice Chancellor, programs pursued by the Universityare market driven which link the lecture rooms to the teaching fields and industries.

The Vice Chancellor was speaking at the 20th Congregation Ceremony of the University of Education, Winneba.

“Our practical oriented programs toughen the students for the job market. We have widened our teaching and delivery to cover wide range of students who otherwise may not have been able to access university education.Our innovative and technologically inclined approaches have boosted the confidence level of our students. This is evident in the thousands of people who express their desires to study with the University.”

Professor Mawutor Avoke also averred theUniversity has launched its corporate strategic plan that involved a number of programs aimed at showcasing the University to the outsideworld.

He asked Ghanaians to desist from belittling the standard of education in Ghana.

“I often hear people make statements which suggest that they differentiate between Ghanaian standard and Global standard. I wish to say that there is nothing like Ghanaian standard, always. I want the graduating class to operate at their very best to achieve the desire results for the organizations that employ them for the benefit of the entire nation.”

Professor Mawutor Avoke who is just two weeks in office as the Vice Chancellor of the University entreated the graduates to be worthy ambassadors of the University by keeping to the moral and ethical standards the University is known for.

“Proper time management will be beneficial to your career growth, progression and success in life. I urge you to desist from practices which leave you with no or little time to embark on your scheduled activities for the day. Endeavour to acquire the skill of managing time to enhance effectiveness and efficiency.”

The 20th Congregation Ceremony, the November session,saw the University graduate a total of 9,204 made of 1,268 Post Graduate Degrees, 4,743 First Degrees, and 3193with Certificate and Diploma awards.

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