UCC: 790 Graduate During The 1st Session Of The 52nd Congregation

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The University of Cape Coast has conferred various degrees and diplomas to students of the College of Health and Allied Sciences who have successfully completed their programmes of study.

At its 1st session of the 52nd congregation, a total number of 790 students graduated.
The number is made of 68 from the School of Medical Sciences, 244 from the School of Nursing and Midwifery and 294 from the School of Allied Health Sciences.
Also, an additional 184 students were from Affiliate Institutions.746 were awarded degrees while 44 were awarded diplomas.
The overall best graduating student from the School of Allied Health Sciences, Mr Augustine Brah Suurinobah, graduated with a cumulative grade point average of 3.8 in BSc. Bio-Medical Sciences.SUURINOBAH.jpg

Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Professor Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, addressing the graduates, He advised them to be exemplary ambassadors of the university as they now have the opportunity and capacity to help create a better future for families, communities and Ghana. “We, therefore, send you out to touch lives to contribute to changing your societies and be great ambassadors of the University of Cape Coast” he added


The chancellor of the university, Sir. Sam Essuon Jonah advised the graduates to make the impact of their knowledge gained be felt in the development of the nation.


Now as the pace has been set, the 2nd to 5th sessions of the 52nd graduation will continue from the 26th to 27th of September 2019.

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