By Amadu Kamil Sanah, GNA
Accra, March 13, GNA – Fifty students from different West African countries who pursued undergraduate and post-graduate programmes at the University of Applied Management (UAM), Germany (Ghana Campus) graduated during the Seventh Graduation ceremony.
The University also took the opportunity to open its new Campus at Kwabenya in Accra.
The graduation was witnessed by Professor Christian Werner, the Founder and President of the International University Network, Dr Mark Amponsah and Dr Ofori-Boateng, both Senior Faculty Members, and traditional and religious leaders.
The UAM, Germany was founded in 2004 as a private, state-approved and fee-based University in Germany.
It is recognised and approved by the Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences, Research and Arts, Germany and Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation.
Prof. Martin Gyambrah, the Director of the UAM Ghana Campus, advised the graduates to lead a meaningful life and contribute positively to the socio-economic transformation of their respective countries.
Prof. Werner, on his part, encouraged the graduates to apply the knowledge they had acquired in all aspects of life.
Certificates were presented to the graduates.
The UAM Ghana Campus at Kwabenya was established in 2008 and fully accredited by the National Accreditation Board.
The University offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes including Business Administration, Business Psychology, Business Engineering, and Sports Management.