There is a continuing effort to improve the number of Ghanaians studying courses in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
Even more so, to encourage more Ghanaian women to undertake courses in this area of study.
That is why there have been deliberate institutional attempts to attract more Ghanaian women into this field.
Such as reducing the cut-off point for women applicants and now there is even financial support for such applicants.
Thanks to the Petroleum Commission, Ghana, 10 students at the University of Ghana will receive financial support throughout their studies.
The women who are all reading various STEM-related programmes have been granted a scholarship to cover their studies while at the University of Ghana, Legon.
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