Tertiary Education Webster University Ghana holds 3rd graduation

The Webster university has been operating in Ghana for less than three years it can boast of two successful graduations for the Ghana campus.

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The Ghana campus of the Webster University has held its 3rd graduation at East Legon in Accra.

Nine students who studied Master of Arts in International Relations, Bachelor of Arts in Management, Master of Arts in Business and Management, and Master of Business Administration programmes were presented with honors.

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Webster University is touted as the only Tier 1, private, non-profit U.S. university that provides network of international residential campuses with robust online learning program.

Although the university has been operating in Ghana for less than three years it can boast of three successful graduations for the Ghana campus.

Campus Director, Christa Sanders in her speech reminded the graduates that they have become part of an elite network of Webster University alumni from around the world.


"We believe that our graduates are the next generation of global leaders and change makers who will not only make true impact in society but are well equipped to meet the demands of an ever-complex world," she added.

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She expressed optimism that the graduates had not only gained an invaluable educational experience, but had become true global citizens, ready to contribute to the betterment of the world.

Public Affairs Counsellor at US Embassy, Daniel Fennel, also urged the graduates to use the skills acquired to impact society and the world at large.

According to him, Webster’s long history of quality higher education makes its graduates not only globally recognised, but critical thinkers who will in no doubt contribute to the development of the country and Africa at large.

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