Toyota to construct an Engineering Centre at the University of Ghana

Toyota Ghana is in partnership with the university of Ghana to build an engineering centre on the school's campus.

A branch of Toyota office

The automobile firm aims at providing a hands-on training to engineering students in Ghana and beyond.

According to the Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, the project is a part of a partnership agreement between the company and the university.

This was announced at the congregation of undergraduates of the College of Humanities at the university in Accra on Sunday November 18, 2018.


Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu disclosed that, Toyota Ghana will provide a dedicated bus to be conveying students to the centre and as well give a scholarship package worth $10,000 every year to brilliant needy students in the school.

The Vice Chancellor speaking to a total of 4,908 students who graduated at various levels from the four Colleges of the university in six sessions within a period of three days said the automobile firm has so far committed more than $2 million to building and equipping the centre.

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