The Presbyterian University, Ghana has matriculated new fresher-students that applied for the 2022 academic year.
At the inauguration of the students at the PUG Okwahu Campus at Abetifi on Friday, February 24, President of the Presbyterian University, Ghana, Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu admonished the students to exhibit good attitudinal behaviour to secure them a better future as they begin a new phase of their life career.
The Matriculation is to formally admit fresh students as junior Members in Status Papillary into the privileges of the Presbyterian University, Ghana.
“As you’re aware, matriculation ceremony is a very important event in the life of every University as it is the beginning of a new life cycle for fresh students. This is where we formally admit our fresh students as Junior Members in the Status Papillary into the privileges of the Presbyterian University, Ghana.”
This year, the University matriculated a total of 915 applicants in three sessions; comprising 331 males and 584 females.
At the Akuapem Campus, BSc. International Development had 11 applicants while BSc. Environmental and Natural Resources Mgt had 15 applicants, bringing the total number under the Faculty of Development Studies to 26.
BEd. Social Studies under Faculty of Education had 11 applicants.
Faculty of Business Administration under School of Business and Economics at the Tema Campus had a total of 44 applicants.
At the Okwahu Campus in Abetifi, BSc. Information and Communications Technology, BSc. Mathematics, BSc. Computer Engineering had 49 applicants
While BSc. Human Resources Management, BSc. Accounting and Finance, BSc. Banking and Finance, BSc. General Management, BSc. Marketing and BSc. Agribusiness under the Faculty of Business had applicants of 118.
The Presbyterian University, Ghana is a private university established by the Presbyterian Church of Ghana in 2003 in response to the challenges presented by the high demand for higher education in Africa, the perceived lowering of academic standards and the erosion of moral and ethical values on the African continent.
As a faith-based private university, we are committed to producing holistic human development in teaching, research and outreach for a global population within the context of Christian ethics and values embedded in the educational philosophy of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana – faith in God, excellence, commitment, integrity and discipline.