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GE Provides $100,000 Grants to University of Ghana Students

Students of the University of Ghana studying Applied Sciences could have their tuition fully paid until they complete their studies. Thanks to global infrastructure leader General Electric which announced this during a meeting with the Management of the University of Ghana led by the Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Kwame Offei. To this end, the University of Ghana and GE signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The $100,000 scholarship is part of a broader collaboration between GE and tertiary institutions in Ghana on capacity development.

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General Electric Provides $100,000 Grants to University of Ghana Students


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