The Students Representative Council of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST-SRC) which is led by its President, Samuel Sesah is working to improve opportunities available to KNUST students to excel.
One way he is doing that is by engaging the British High Commissioner to Ghana, Iain Walker.
The High Commissioner took a trip to the Ashanti Region focusing on the relationship between the two countries and how to improve it in the coming years.
While there, he visited KNUST where he met the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ellis Owusu-Dabo and later, the KNUST SRC.
During the session with the KNUST SRC, the High Commissioner and his team held progressive discussions on how to “facilitate educational collaborations” between the High Commission and the student body.
They also discussed how the High Commission can help students get access to educational and career development opportunities.
Currently, KNUST and the High Commission are collaborating on vaccine research, agric resilience among others.
There is also a continuing relationship in the area of scholarship support through Chevening and many other UK run scholarship opportunities.
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