NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TERTIARY EDUCATION

GHANA JOURNAL OF HIGHER EDUCATION - CALL FOR PAPERS

The Ghana Journal of Higher Education is a peer-reviewed Journal published by the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE). The Journal seeks to provide a forum for informed discussion on challenges confronting higher education in Ghana, Africa and beyond. The Editorial Committee of NCTE welcomes original high-quality research and review papers on funding, governance, leadership, quality, and all aspects of higher education. Case studies and papers on new trends transforming the character of higher education like internationalisation of higher education are particularly welcome.

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NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TERTIARY EDUCATION

2ND WORKSHOP FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS OF UNIVERSITIES

The National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE), with funding from the Carnegie Corporation in New York is organising Phase 2 of the Senior Academic Leadership Training (SALT) programme for Council Members of Universities. The latest workshop which is the second in the series of the SALT Phase 2 training sessions was held at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Executive Conference Centre, Greenhill, Accra on February 18 – 20, 2016. It was attended by about 30 delegates comprising Council Members from GIMPA and Wisconsin International University College.

The key objectives of the workshop were to equip the Council Members with the tools and skills to enable them better understand and interpret institutional accounts and audits; train Council Members in terms of their legal, administrative, oversight, fiduciary, strategic and generative roles and responsibilities; and to take Council Members through a self-review exercise to enable them to evaluate their performance.

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 NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TERTIARY EDUCATION(NCTE)

The attention of the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) has been drawn to misleading statements by some sections of the general public in respect of the process for conversion of Polytechnics to Technical Universities.

Considering that the NCTE has supervised the entire process so far as is constitutionally expected of us, we wish to put the records straight for the information of the general public as follows: