1 May 2013
EEUA representative visited Ghana with a series of seminars
Along with magnificent landscapes and expansive natural resources Ghana is rich in prospective students willing to obtain their degree abroad. Although some of the students can afford education in such countries as UK and Canada, the majority of them are unable to cover the high tuition fee in these countries.
Thus, April 28, 2013, EEUA representative, Mrs Zoya Nastychenko, came to Ghana to conduct a series of seminars dedicated to Russian&Ukrainian education which is both affordable and high quality offering an excellent opportunity for Ghanaian students to pursue their degree in Eastern Europe. The seminars lasted 3 days and were held in the 2nd capital of Ghana – Kumasi - on the premises of the British Council, as well as in Sunani, a regional city, on the campus of Polytechnic University. Moreover, Mrs Zoya gave several interviews on 3 local radio stations providing general information on admission requirements and available courses.
The above-mentioned seminars were attended by prospective students with their parents and guardians. Among the main things discussed within the seminar were advantages of studying in Eastern Europe, recognition of degrees, mediums of instruction, available specialties and departments, general information about Russia and Ukraine, as well as information about particular cities, global international events hosted by Russia and Ukraine etc.
We are very proud to say that the number of interested prospective students from Ghana is rapidly increasing every year due to the positive feedback of former graduates and overall exposure to the information about possibilities of studying in Eastern Europe.
With the final accord of a nice swim in the warm and welcoming Atlantic Ocean, EEUA representative left Ghana taking along a large number of student applications.