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GTUC WELCOMES FRESHMEN

Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has held an orientation programme for fresh students admitted for January intake for the 2013/ 2014 Academic year into its undergraduate and diploma programmes. The events officially welcome new students to GTUC and also serves as a general orientation exercise to expose them to the mode of operation and other related activities on campus. The orientation programme enables fresh students to become comfortable in their new learning environment. It also exposes them to the University's mission, vision and values. Students are made to understand the organizational structure of the University College and the channel through which they could have their grievances addressed. GTUC code of ethics, rules and regulations were disclosed to the new students who were subsequently introduced to GTUC campus. This year's orientation was held at the Great Hall and recorded high patronage of over 300 fresh students who have been admitted into the University College to pursue degree and diploma programmes in Engineering, IT Business and Informatics. The President of GTUC, Dr. Osei K. Darkwa welcomed the freshmen and introduced Faculty and Unit Heads who were present at the meeting. Heads of Units took turns to expose freshmen to the functions and services offered by their respective Units. The students also had the opportunity to listen to presentations and words of advice from some faculty members who touched on specific issues relating to academic work. The students at the function were given the opportunity to ask questions and make constructive contributions at the end of each presentation. Closing the event, the Vice President of GTUC, Dr. Awuah Baffour said “Take charge of your destiny and make your parents and guardians proud”. He further congratulated freshmen on their admission into GTUC, a citadel of quality technology education and entreated them to be focused. The freshmen toured the various facilities on campus to acquaint themselves with the area. Facilities toured included the Central Administration Block, the Centre for Online Teaching and Learning (COLT), the Library, Laboratories, the Graduate School, Cafeteria and the Bush Canteen.

GTUC AND EM GABON SIGN MOU

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  An MOU was signed at the GTUC Board Room, GTUC main Campus. The signing of the MOU seeks to establish a closer collaboration between the two Institutions. It will result, among other things, in the establishment of a formal relationship between Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) and Ecole De Management Du Gabon (EM Gabon) in order to promote capacity building and the exchange of best practices. The President of GTUC, Dr. Osei K. Darkwa, and Director General, Ecole De Management Du Gabon, Prof. Daniel Franck Idiata, signed the agreement on behalf of their respective institutions. In his address, Dr. Darkwa stated that advances in ICT are shrinking physical distances and bringing people from different parts of the world together to collaborate no matter where they are. He added that the signing of the MOU is another demonstration by GTUC to be the leading university that attempts to bridge the gap between academia and industry. Dr. Osei Darkwa intimated that in a globalised connected world of the 21st Century, institutions need a work force with good theoretical and technical knowledge. He added that “collaboration such as the one we are about to establish with Ecole De Management Du Gabon is key to the realization of this objective”. The Director General, Ecole De Management Du Gabon, Prof. Daniel Franck Idiata, stated that the partnership is mutual and will go a long way to satisfy both parties.

GRADUATE SCHOOL HOLDS 3RD PRESTIGIOUS LECTURES

The Graduate School of Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has held yet another Prestigious Lecture for its students and the general public. The unique event comes off every month.

The lectures create an opportunity for students and Faculty to interact and share experiences with professionals and giants of industry and corporate Ghana. The lectures are delivered by seasoned professionals who have excelled in their various fields of endeavour and want to share with our students and faculty practical insights into their respective fields.

The 3rd edition of the “2014 Prestigious Lectures” was delivered by the Chief Executive Officer, KOANS Estates, Mr. Kofi Anokye. He spoke on the theme: “Building the foundation of business to stand the test of all times”. With experience in industry and the corporate world, Mr. Anokye took participants through an hour and half presentation.

In his presentation, Mr. Anokye exposed participants to the four main stages of a business and also emphasized on the need to build a business on three main pillars which are the economic, the knowledge and the political pillars which according to him are the foundation pillars of every successful business.

Participants were given the opportunity to ask questions and also share their experiences.

Mr. Anokye ended his presentation with a familiar quote from Cicero De Officii “The more higher you are placed, the more humble you should become”.

The Dean of the Graduate School, GTUC, Dr. Francis Agyenim Boateng thanked Mr. Kofi Anokye for honouring the School's invitation and also assured students of the University's commitment to the delivery of quality practical education for all. He added that, the Prestigious Lectures should be a platform to tap into the knowledge and experience of industry and business giants.

The next edition of the Prestigious Lectures comes off on April 25, 2014.

The Graduate School of Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has held the 2nd in the series of Prestigious Lectures for its students and the general public. The unique event comes off every month. The maiden lecture was jointly delivered by Mr. Scott Moody and Mr. Bill Spurill from the African Entrepreneurship Community on the theme: “Entrepreneurship: A necessary catalyst for Africa's Economic Survival”.

The lectures create an opportunity for students and Faculty to interact and share experiences with professionals and giants of industry and corporate Ghana. The lectures are delivered by seasoned professionals who have excelled in their various fields of endeavour and want to share with our students and faculty practical insights into their respective fields.

The 2nd edition of the "2014 Prestigious Lectures" was delivered by the Chief Executive Officer, UT Holdings, Mr. Martyn Mensah. He spoke on the theme: “Tomorrow Today, Future Proof Leadership”. With several years of experience in industry and the corporate world, Mr. Mensah, former Managing Director for Kasapreko took participants through a two-hour thought provoking presentation.

In his presentation, Mr. Martyn Mensah challenged participants to think ahead of their contemporaries, face the realities of life and be willing to respond positively to change which are ingredients for survival in life.

In expressing his appreciation on behalf of the participants, Mr Kafui Kudzawu, a masters student who runs a side business and also work as a graphic designer was very thankful and said “The talk on Leadership was very powerful and am very very optimistic this is a tool for those of us aspiring to "lead' an idea and hope to learn more from such lectures”. The general consensus from the participants was that “the ideas and experiences shared will provide participants with entrepreneurial skills that will add value and transform academic theories into practice”. They also added that, participants will be motivated and inspired to contribute their quota to the development of society.

Mr. Mensah ended his presentation with a familiar quote from Muhammad Ali, "Champions aren't made in gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them – a desire, a dream, a vision. They have to have the skill and the will. But the will must be stronger than the skill".

The Dean of the Graduate School, GTUC, Dr. Francis Agyenim Boateng thanked Mr. Martyn Mensah for honouring the School's invitation and also assured students of the University's commitment to the delivery of quality practical education for all. He added that, the Prestigious Lectures had come to stay and will attract professionals from all walks to the platform.

The next three speakers expected on the platform are Owner and CEO of KOANS Estates, Mr. Kofi Anokye, CEO of IMANI Ghana, Mr. Franklin Cudjoe and CEO of Beige Group, Mr. Mike Nyinaku.


Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has held an orientation programme for fresh students admitted for January intake for the 2013/ 2014 Academic year into its undergraduate and diploma programmes.

The events officially welcome new students to GTUC and also serves as a general orientation exercise to expose them to the mode of operation and other related activities on campus.

The orientation programme enables fresh students to become comfortable in their new learning environment. It also exposes them to the University's mission, vision and values.

Students are made to understand the organizational structure of the University College and the channel through which they could have their grievances addressed.

GTUC code of ethics, rules and regulations were disclosed to the new students who were subsequently introduced to GTUC campus.

This year's orientation was held at the Great Hall and recorded high patronage of over 300 fresh students who have been admitted into the University College to pursue degree and diploma programmes in Engineering, IT Business and Informatics.

The President of GTUC, Dr. Osei K. Darkwa welcomed the freshmen and introduced Faculty and Unit Heads who were present at the meeting.

Heads of Units took turns to expose freshmen to the functions and services offered by their respective Units.

The students also had the opportunity to listen to presentations and words of advice from some faculty members who touched on specific issues relating to academic work.

The students at the function were given the opportunity to ask questions and make constructive contributions at the end of each presentation.



Closing the event, the Vice President of GTUC, Dr. Awuah Baffour said “Take charge of your destiny and make your parents and guardians proud”. He further congratulated freshmen on their admission into GTUC, a citadel of quality technology education and entreated them to be focused.

The freshmen toured the various facilities on campus to acquaint themselves with the area. Facilities toured included the Central Administration Block, the Centre for Online Teaching and Learning (COLT), the Library, Laboratories, the Graduate School, Cafeteria and the Bush Canteen.


Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has held its 2014 Breakfast meeting. The event which took place at the Great Hall, brought Faculty, Staff and Management members together.

Speaking at the function, the President of GTUC, Dr. Osei K. Darkwa welcomed members of the University Community to 2014 and to yet another year of work.

He outlined the strategic direction for the University for 2014 and encouraged all Faculties and Departments to buy into the grand agenda in order to achieve success. He also assured Faculty and Staff of Management's commitment to their welfare.

The event was also used to present awards to deserving Staff and Faculty members whose performance has been outstanding.


Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has held its 6th Congregation.

The impressive and colourful ceremony marked the end of four year undergraduate studies and the sixth batch of graduates for our undergraduate programmes. In all, over 300 students graduated from the faculties of Engineering, IT Business and Informatics.



The ceremony was attended by Hon. Gideon Quarcoo, a member of the University Council and Group Chair of Databank, Mr. Yofi Grant who was the guest speaker for the occasion. Other officials from sister institutions, media personnel, alumni, family and friends of graduates were in attendance.

Speaking at the function, the President of GTUC, Dr. Osei K Darkwa, said “GTUC's uniqueness stems from the fact that, we are committed to what we do and actively seek opportunities to improve ourselves. This is evident in the number partnerships and collaborations we have established over the past few years. The most recent, being with Staffordshire University, UK.

This is a partnership that will deliver 3yr undergraduate programmes and masters programmes in the fields of Business Administration, Education, IT, Management, Sports Law and Tourism”.

He further stated that, GTUC has taken advantage of the partnerships to offer programmes that are exciting and industry relevant.

Mr. Gideon Quarcoo, a member of the University Council who read the welcome address on behalf of the Council Chair Prof. Walter S. Alhassan said “The University Council will continue to address is welfare of Students, Faculty and Staff with a view to attracting and retaining qualified personnel so as to

guarantee quality education. We are an equal opportunity employer and I invite top notch individuals to apply for positions that we advertise from time to time”. He assured graduates of their enormous potential and advised them to be optimistic.

A member of the graduating class, Mr. Prince Siaw Attrams said “The education we received has updated our knowledge, added to our skills and made us ready to cope with change. GTUC aims at equipping students with the knowledge and skills required to meet the demands of today's highly competitive industrial environment. Today through GTUC, we have become proud graduates”.

Graduates took photographs with Management, faculty and key functionaries who attended the programme.


Faculty and Staff of Ghana Technology University College were given a treat to mark the end of yet another working year. The event which took place at the Eva Von Hirsch Auditorium, brought Faculty, Staff and Management together.

The Registrar of GTUC, Prof. Patrick Otoo Bobbie welcomed members of the University Community to the event and thanked them for their work.

President of CASS Europe, Prof. Sam Dzever also graced the occasion with his presence.

Speaking at the function, the President of GTUC, Dr. Osei K. Darkwa enumerated the successes so far, thanked Faculty and Staff for sticking to the promises made at the beginning of 2013 and also wished all a merry Christmas.

Members were treated to a buffet at University Gardens after the formal interaction.

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