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  • AUCC PARTICIPATES IN EDUCATION FAIR

    AUCC participated in the 7th Higher Education Fair held at the Kumasi Anglican Senior High School from Feb. 5-7, 2014. According to AUCC’s Assistant Registrar of Admissions, Mr. Dennis Tagoe, about 50 senior high schools in the Ashanti region participated in the fair. More than 800 potential students registered at the AUCC stand. The fair was organised by I-Texon Ghana under the theme: “Expanding Ghana’s Higher Education Potential.” AUCC was represented at the fair by Mr. Dennis Tagoe, Mr. Michael Boamah of the Sam Jonah School of Business (SJSB) and Mr. Benedictus Amudzi of the School of Communication Studies (SCS)AUCC’s maiden participation in the Fair was in April 2013 when the School attended the 6thHigher Education Fair in Ho in the Volta region.

  • AUCC PARTICIPATES IN EDUCATION FAIR

    AUCC participated in the 7th Higher Education Fair held at the Kumasi Anglican Senior High School from Feb. 5-7, 2014. According to AUCC’s Assistant Registrar of Admissions, Mr. Dennis Tagoe, about 50 senior high schools in the Ashanti region participated in the fair. More than 800 potential students registered at the AUCC stand. The fair was organised by I-Texon Ghana under the theme: “Expanding Ghana’s Higher Education Potential.” AUCC was represented at the fair by Mr. Dennis Tagoe, Mr. Michael Boamah of the Sam Jonah School of Business (SJSB) and Mr. Benedictus Amudzi of the School of Communication Studies (SCS)AUCC’s maiden participation in the Fair was in April 2013 when the School attended the 6thHigher Education Fair in Ho in the Volta region.

  • AUCC PARTICIPATES IN EDUCATION FAIR

    AUCC participated in the 7th Higher Education Fair held at the Kumasi Anglican Senior High School from Feb. 5-7, 2014. According to AUCC’s Assistant Registrar of Admissions, Mr. Dennis Tagoe, about 50 senior high schools in the Ashanti region participated in the fair. More than 800 potential students registered at the AUCC stand. The fair was organised by I-Texon Ghana under the theme: “Expanding Ghana’s Higher Education Potential.” AUCC was represented at the fair by Mr. Dennis Tagoe, Mr. Michael Boamah of the Sam Jonah School of Business (SJSB) and Mr. Benedictus Amudzi of the School of Communication Studies (SCS)AUCC’s maiden participation in the Fair was in April 2013 when the School attended the 6thHigher Education Fair in Ho in the Volta region.

  • AUCC PARTICIPATES IN EDUCATION FAIR

    AUCC participated in the 7th Higher Education Fair held at the Kumasi Anglican Senior High School from Feb. 5-7, 2014. According to AUCC’s Assistant Registrar of Admissions, Mr. Dennis Tagoe, about 50 senior high schools in the Ashanti region participated in the fair. More than 800 potential students registered at the AUCC stand. The fair was organised by I-Texon Ghana under the theme: “Expanding Ghana’s Higher Education Potential.” AUCC was represented at the fair by Mr. Dennis Tagoe, Mr. Michael Boamah of the Sam Jonah School of Business (SJSB) and Mr. Benedictus Amudzi of the School of Communication Studies (SCS)AUCC’s maiden participation in the Fair was in April 2013 when the School attended the 6thHigher Education Fair in Ho in the Volta region.

  • AUCC PARTICIPATES IN EDUCATION FAIR

    AUCC participated in the 7th Higher Education Fair held at the Kumasi Anglican Senior High School from Feb. 5-7, 2014. According to AUCC’s Assistant Registrar of Admissions, Mr. Dennis Tagoe, about 50 senior high schools in the Ashanti region participated in the fair. More than 800 potential students registered at the AUCC stand. The fair was organised by I-Texon Ghana under the theme: “Expanding Ghana’s Higher Education Potential.” AUCC was represented at the fair by Mr. Dennis Tagoe, Mr. Michael Boamah of the Sam Jonah School of Business (SJSB) and Mr. Benedictus Amudzi of the School of Communication Studies (SCS)AUCC’s maiden participation in the Fair was in April 2013 when the School attended the 6thHigher Education Fair in Ho in the Volta region.

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