In order to glean more insight on Higher Education Partnerships, the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS) participated in the Erasmus+Ka107 International Credit Mobility Workshop held at Keele University Staffordshire, UK from the 17th to 21st of June 2019.
The Business School was represented by Mr. Emmanuel Poku-Sarkodee, the School Administrator and Dr. Lordina Amoah, a Lecturer in the Department of Finance at the 5-day workshop on Higher Education Partnership.
The two were educated on a variety of topics such as: The Power of Partnerships, Innovations in Partnerships, Creating Economic and Academic Value, Business Engagement in Partnerships, Marketing your University and Enhancing the International Student Experience through Partnership, among others.
Some of the Resource Persons at the workshop were Elissa Williams, Head of Global Opportunities, Dorothea Ross-Simpson, Head of Academic Quality and Student Conduct, Jane Shaw, Liaison Librarian, Steve Male, Head of Marketing Services Directorate of Marketing and Communications, Dr. Alison Long, Dave Hazelgrove, Collaborative Provision Officer and many others.
The weeklong activities consisted of series of discussions, talks, tour around Keele University Staffordshire and its environment, as well as visits to other Academic and Business institutions. These were done to enhance the discussions, employing knowledge from both the worlds of industry and academia.
Mr. Poku-Sarkodee and Dr. Amoah were presented with certificates for participating, at the end of the workshop. They both look forward to utilising the insights they have gained to promote UGBS’ development.
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