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  • Dr. Boakye Yiadom Invited to Facilitate AAU Conference
    AAU Conference Facilitated by Dr. Boakye Yiadom

    Dr. Michael Boakye-Yiadom, a research fellow at the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration, was invited by the Association of African Universities as Guest Facilitator for the Annual Conference for Student Affairs Practitioners in Kigali-Rwanda.

    Participants & Aims of the Conference

    The conference which was held from Monday 14th– Friday 18th October, 2019 was attended by Deans of Student Affairs, Hall Masters and Wardens, School Psychologists and Counselors. Among participants was the Dean of Students of UCC Prof. Eugene KM Darteh.

  • Minister of Education, Matthew Opoku Prempeh
    Government to support expansion of University of Cape Coast’s IEPA

    The Hon. Minister of Education, Matthew Opoku Prempeh has said that Government intends to support the expansion of the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) across West Africa.

    Currently, the only West African institution running the Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (IEPA) is the University of Cape Coast,Ghana.

    He was speaking at the UNESCO executive board 207th Session as Ghana’s representative and leader of the delegation.

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    IEPA Organises 5th Students Creativity and Innovations EXPO
    The Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (I. E. P. A) has organised the Fifth Students Creativity and Innovations Expo at the C. A. Ackah Lecture Theatre Complex.
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    Student Movement has Contributed to Socio-Economic and Political Development-Prof. Oduro
    The former Pro Vice-Chancellor, Prof. George K. T. Oduro has observed that the history of Ghana’s socio-economic and political development cannot be complete without reference to the contributions of the student movement.   
  • UNESCO feasibility study team visit IEPA
    UNESCO Team Pays Courtesy Call on Vice-Chancellor

    A team from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has paid a courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor.