On 30th May 2023, in a significant stride towards fostering international collaboration with the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS), Dr. Donovan Stanberry, Campus Registrar of the University of the West Indies, Mona, paid a visit to the Business School. The purpose as hinted by Dr. Stanberry was to discuss how the University of the West Indies and the University of Ghana Business School could forge an alliance that would enrich the academic landscape for students and faculty alike.
In a brief introductory remark, Dr. Donovan Stanberry highlighted the importance of internationalisation and emphasised the potential of creating mutual benefits for both institutions. He further expressed his belief that such a partnership would bring about boundless opportunities for students to gain a global perspective and acquire invaluable skills, preparing them to navigate the increasingly interconnected world of business.
Professor Justice N. Bawole, the Dean of the Business School in a brief welcome remark graciously acknowledged Dr. Stanberry's invaluable contributions to academia. Prof. Bawole commended the University of West Indies' commitment to internationalisation, affirming that it aligned seamlessly with the strategic plans of the Business School. He hailed Dr. Stanberry's proposal as a commendable initiative and acknowledged the potential to fostering academic excellence and cultural exchange.
Prof. Bawole noted that the University of Ghana Business School eagerly looks forward to this exciting chapter, brimming with possibilities and the potential to shape the leaders of tomorrow through the power of international collaboration. In attendance were Professor Albert Ahenkan, Head of the Department of Public Administration and Health Service Management, Dr. Emmanuel Sarpong-Kumankoma, Head of the Finance Department, Mr. Emmanuel Poku-Sarkodee, School Administrator, Mr. Yaw Tsen Yeboah, Ms. Marjorie Celestina Quist and Ms. Saratu Salifu, Assistant Registrars in charge of Human Resource, Academic Affairs and General Services respectively.
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