GTUC to hold virtual graduation on July 25

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The Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) which will soon be renamed Ghana Communication Technology University (GCTU) has announced to host it’s 25th Congregation virtually on Saturday July 25, 2020.

This will be the University’s first time in a 14-year history host a congregation virtually and it will also perpetuate the University’s irrefutable status as a trailblazer in terms of technology and innovation-based education.

The University says the forthcoming ceremony which will be held on the popular video conferencing platform “Zoom” at 9: 00 am will be streamed live on its official website as well as on Facebook and GTUC radio.

Collectively 269 students, comprising 128 undergraduate, 132 master’s and 9 PhD students are expected to be guest at the ceremony virtually.

The Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has appointed the University’s former Council chair and University’s principal officers as keynote speaker for the upcoming ceremony.

Information gathered by Georgeweb.org from the University’s website indicates that the congregation will have in attendance the current Council Chair and representatives from the University’s local and international partners.

Source: Georgeweb.org