Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

The Ensign Global College (EGC) at Kpong within the Eastern Region is contemplating adopting new degree programmes that search to deal with national and worldwide requirements, president of the College has introduced.

Prof Stephen C. Alder said the tutorial establishment as a part of its blueprint over the subsequent ten years took into consideration the necessity to adopt the new pathway to allow its influence at the national and international degree.

Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

Speaking through the commencement of its newest batch of graduands at a vibrant ceremony held at the college’s campus on Saturday, November 19, 2022, the college president said, “In our strategic plan, we outline our aims to increase the stature of our master of public health degree programme, adopt new degree programs that will respond to needs in Ghana and around the world and increase our impact on improving prosperity globally.”

Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

The Ensign Global College (EGC) in affiliation with the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and in collaboration with the University of Utah, (USA) held the seventh congregation for the conferment of Master of Public Health (MPH) degree for its Cohort 7 and Cohort 8 who efficiently accomplished a two year and one-year Master of Public Health degree programme respectively.

Forty-five (45) students graduated from the EGC on Saturday through the college’s congregation ceremony,

Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

Impressing on the graduands to notice that doers weren’t solely needed however wanted, Prof Alder reminded the graduands of their role as important a part of the college’s mission of impacting the world for good, as they had been about to graduate in an period when humanity is confronted with large challenges.

Prof Alder cited the successes of its Health2Go method which gives fundamental health services in communities whereas linking them to the scientific system for lower than GH¢7 a month per particular person, including that merchandise of the establishment ought to emulate the dedication of the employees operating the initiative.

Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

He burdened that the very basis of the college gives steering on what sort of doers the world needs.

Delivering the keynote deal with, president of the University of Utah, Prof Taylor Randall said acquiring the degree comes with new duties which are very important of their respective communities.

Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

“Once you receive the degree, you have a huge opportunity to serve and to lead in your communities and that is something that I hope all graduands will take with them and in the future will look back and see that they’ve made big changes in the world,” he said.

Underscoring the worth of the new graduates, Prof Taylor Randall whereas describing them as “good” and “some of the best in the world,” was optimistic that the new merchandise would function very important professionals who would be sure that the populace loved good health.

The board chair of the Ensign Global College, Dr. Lynette Gay congratulated the graduands on their accomplishment and their shut associates who had stood by them during.

Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

Special Guest of Honour, Nene Teye Adjiso III, Asafoatse of Menekpo, who represented the Konor of the Manya Krobo Traditional Area, Nene Sakite II urged the graduands not to flip their backs however return to the native community to contribute their quota to the event of the area by turning into entrepreneurs to put money into the area.

“They should not varnish after this program but they should turn into entrepreneurs, invest into our health and let us all contribute to eradicate covid completely,” he urged.

Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

Nene Teye Adjiso additionally called on first-degree holders from the Krobo area to think about pursuing larger education at the ability.

As a part of the conferment ceremony, the graduands had been hooded and offered with scrolls by two prominent board members of the board of governors. Prof Agyemang Badu Akosa and Togbe Afede XIV and later conferred with alumni standing.

Deserving students received awards in numerous classes.

Ensign Global College to adopt new degree programmes to respond to Ghana’s needs

They had been Kafui Paku – Best Graduating Student 2022 (Two-year MPH), Dr Dunyo Yaotse Ableze – Best Graduating Student 2022 (One-year MPH), Eugenia Priscilla Doku-Asare – Community Service Award 2022 and the Stephen and Gena Alder’s prize for management award (Two-year MPH) and Emmanuel Nana Arko – Stephen and Gena Alder’s prize for management award 2022 (One-year MPH).

The relaxation had been Suzy Suka – Community Service Award 2022 (One-year MPH), Florence Korkor Mensah – Stephen and Gena Alder’s prize for management award 2022 (One-year MPH), Shirley Abanga – Best research work 2022(Two-year MPH) and Godfriett Akatse-Tsesu – Best research work 2022 (One-year MPH).

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