Presbyterian University, Ghana graduates 341 students

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At the 6th Congregation of the School of Graduate Studies held on Saturday, May 18, 2024, the Presbyterian University, Ghana graduated 341 students with various Master’s programs namely; Master of Public Health, MPhil, and Master of Education in Educational Studies, and Master of Science in Natural Resources Management.

The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. John Ofosu-Anim congratulated the graduands for demonstrating exceptional intellect, creativity, and resilience throughout their studies. He also encouraged them to acknowledge the invaluable support they had received from their families, friends, and Faculty members of the University.

Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. John Ofosu-Anim

Prof. Ofosu-Anim in delivering his speech, went on to say, “As you stand on the threshold of this new chapter in your lives, I urge you to reflect on the impact of your education and the responsibilities it entails. With a graduate degree comes not only knowledge but also a duty to apply that knowledge ethically and for the betterment of society”.

He added that, although the world faced social, economic, and environmental challenges, as graduates of this esteemed institution, they were equipped with the skills and expertise to confront those challenges head-on, and that, each one of them had the potential to drive positive change and make a difference in the world.

The Vice-Chancellor further charged the graduands to uphold the values of integrity and compassion in everything they did. He reiterated that they should embrace diversity and inclusivity, and champion equality wherever they go. “Think critically, innovate boldly, and act with integrity. Be the change-makers and leaders who inspire others to follow. Your success is not measured solely by your personal achievements but by the positive impact you have on society”, he advised.

Chancellor( seated in the middle), Vice-Chancellor(seated left to the Chancellor) and Members of Convocation

Concluding his speech, Prof. Ofosu-Anim thanked the Rt. Rev. Dr. Abraham Nana Opare-Kwakye, who doubles as Chancellor of the University and Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana for the immense support the church provides the University. He was grateful to him, especially for his initiative to build an Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (AI Lab.) for the University and the Students’ Scholarships he provided for needy students of the University.

He ended by admonishing the graduands to stay connected, continue to learn from one another, lead with discipline, and strive to uphold the standards of excellence that define the Presbyterian University, Ghana.

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