Four Senior Faculty members from four Universities have won a grant from the German Academic Exchanges Service (DAAD) to host the 2023/2024 National Multiplication Training (NMT) Project in Ghana.
They are Dr Mrs. Vida Korang of the Catholic University of Ghana(CUG), Dr Sewoenam Chachu, of the University of Ghana, Professor Anthony Amoah of the University of Environment and Sustainable Development (UESD) and Prof Joseph Adjei of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
Giving an overview of the programme in an interview with the media, Dr Vida Korang, the Project Team Lead, explained the NMT under the ‘Dialogue on Innovative Higher Education Strategies” (DIES) of DAAD sought to promote the development of higher education management in developing countries. The programme is on “Adoption of Effective Internationalisation Strategies in Technical Universities in Ghana” with the main aim of enhancing their effective internationalization strategies.
Under the project implementation, Dr Korang explained that a two-phase training programme in Project Management and Internationalisation of Higher Education Institutions was scheduled February and June 2024 to offer hands-on training and discussions with peers and experts. The first phase of training was slated February 23 to February 26, 2024 in CUG, Sunyani, with the second phase to be held at GIMPA in Accra.