The efforts of these students who were from level 200 to level 400 with Cumulative Grade Point Aggregate (CGPA) of 3.6 and above were acknowledged with presentation of certificates. In all, 57 students were presented with awards including 27 for level 200, 13 for level 300, and 17 for level 400.
Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro, has stressed the need to encourage the study and speaking of French in Ghana to enhance the country’s international image. He noted that “It is unfortunate that Ghana is surrounded by Francophone countries, but most Ghanaians have not taken advantage of the French language”
The Faculty of Arts has held its Third Colloquium with a call for an interdisciplinary approach i