Catholic University in Accra to award 78 students with degrees at 7th congregation
A total of seventy-eight students will on Friday, March 13, 2020, receive their degrees from various disciplines after successfully completing a 4-year study session at the Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT) in Ghana’s capital Accra.
The ceremony which is slated to take place at the university’s auditorium will award a total of 40 males and 38 females.
Out of the seventy-eight students, fifty-four students will be awarded degrees in Business Administration, ten degrees in Information Communication Technology, four students will receive their honors in Public Administration, two students who offered Religion and Church Administration in addition to a student who pursued Computer Science respectively will also be awarded.
The Chancellor of the University, the Most Rev. John Bonaventure Kwofie, who is also Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, is expected to chair the ceremony.
A release in possession of newswatchgh.com dated March 3, 2020 and signed by the Registrar of the University, Perry P. K. Ofosu, indicates that the Managing Director of the Agriculture Development Bank, Dr. John Kofi Mensah will be the guest speaker for this year’s congregation ceremony.
CIBT is a tertiary institution established under the auspices of the Catholic Archdiocese of Accra in 2007. It is accredited by the National Accreditation Board and Affiliated to the University of Ghana.
As a Catholic university, CIBT creates a stimulating Christian atmosphere to maintain a Catholic identity but at the same time, it embraces all faith traditions.
Students have the possibility to choose from a broad range of degree programmes in Business Administration, Public Administration, Computer Science, and Religion.
Source: Newswatchgh.com // *Richard Adonu Mensah*_