The Centre for Gender Research, Advocacy and Documentation (CEGRAD) presents a Dissemination Seminar on the theme "Gold between my Thighs? Examination of Child Prostitution a Ghanaian Metropolis".

Speakers

Dr. Georgina Oduro (Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology)
Dr. Evans Ekanem (Director, UCC Health Services)
Dr. Bolanle Erinosho (Faculty of Law)

Date: 24th April, 2018
Time: 2:30pm
Venue: UCC Main Auditorium

The School of Graduate Studies and the Institute for Oil and Gas Studies, University of Cape Coast invites applications from qualified persons for admission into a career-oriented regular fee-paying programme MPhil (Oil and Gas Resource Management) for the 2017/2018 academic year.

M.PHIL OIL AND GAS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (FEE PAYING)

1.1    TARGET GROUPS

Applications are invited from qualified persons for admission into full-time REGULAR graduate programmes in the University of Cape Coast for the 2018/2019 academic year, beginning on 1st August, 2018. Applicants are to access the admission brochure through https://sgs.ucc.edu.gh/sites/default/files/Brochure2018.pdf

Applicants are to buy scratch cards which will enable them to apply online. The scratch cards are up for sale at the centres listed below:

It is announced for the information of the University Community and the general public that  application deadline for Ghanaian applicants for the International Summer School on CONSTRUCTING RESEARCH FRAMEWORKS ON THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN AFRICA'S POLICY ENVIRONMENT has been extended to 20th February, 2018 (12:00pm GMT+1)


The Conference will be held from 2-14 April 2018 at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana

Please note that the new deadline applies to:           
 

The School of Graduate Studies is collaborating with the College of Humanities and Legal Studies (CHLS), College of Distance Education (CoDE) and Graduate Students Association of Ghana-UCC (GRASAG) to organize a seminar for Graduate Students, Advisors, Supervisors and Examiners for the aforementioned Colleges. The aim is to enhance capacity for postgraduate research.

The seminar will discuss ethical issues in research, data collection and management skills, development of research instruments and statistical tools, their application and underlying assumptions.

THE FACULTY OF ARTS, UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST, INVITES THE GENERAL PUBLIC TO ITS THIRD PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES FOR THE 2017/2018 ACADEMIC YEAR.

TOPIC: (IL)LEGITIMACY IN LATE ROMAN REPUBLICAN DICTATORSHIPS AND DICTATORSHIPS IN POSTCOLONIAL AFRICA: AN INTERFACE.

SPEAKER: PROF. PETER KOJO T. GRANT (DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS AND PHILOSOPHY)

CHAIRMAN: PROF. RAYMOND N. OSEI (DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS AND PHILOSOPHY)

DATE: 17TH OCTOBER, 2017.

TIME: 2:30 PM PROMPT

VENUE: FACULTY OF ARTS CONFERENCE ROOM

THE FACULTY OF ARTS PRESENTS ITS MAIDEN PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES FOR THE 2017/2018 ACADEMIC YEAR. TOPIC: Naive Realism: The Rejected Stone that Becomes the Chief Corner Stone in Epistemological Theorising SPEAKER: DR. HUSEIN INUSAH DATE: 19TH SEPTEMBER, 2017 VENUE: FACULTY OF ARTS CONFERENCE ROOM NB: Kindly download the abstract of the presentation below.

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