The University of Salamanca and the Government of Ghana study expanding the scholarship program to masters and doctorates. The University of Salamanca and the Government of Ghana have had a collaboration agreement for decades.
The University of Salamanca (USAL) and the Government of Ghana are working on the possibility of expanding the scholarship program to masters and doctorates in the academic institution, as reported by USAL.
To this end, the rector of the University of Salamanca, Ricardo Rivero, has held a working meeting with representatives of the Secretariat of Scholarships of the Government of Ghana, in which they have studied the alternative of “increasing the number of grants” to allow Students from the University of Ghana can pursue master’s degrees and doctoral programs in the Salamanca Study.
As the USAL has outlined, in the information collected by Europa Press, the University of Salamanca and the Government of Ghana have maintained a collaboration agreement for decades for the announcement of five annual scholarships so that Ghanaian students can complete their undergraduate studies in Salamanca classrooms.
The meeting at the Rectorate was attended by the Registrar of the Ghana Scholarship Secretariat, Kingsley Agyemang; the Minister Counselor of the Embassy of Ghana in Spain, William Manful; the deputy director, Priscilla Boadi; in addition to the members of the delegation William Opoku and Simon Ehomah, and Justo Bolekia Boleká, professor at the Avila University School of Education and Tourism at the University of Salamanca.