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You are welcome to the Center for International Education and Collaboration’s website. CIEC is profoundly committed to working with all departments to enable the university become ‘a world class higher education provider in both academic and professional disciplines, nationally entrenched, regionally relevant and globally recognized’.
The CIEC has the vision, commitment and the obligation to facilitate the progression of internationalization in its broad sense to the benefit of our university first of all, staff, students and faculty. As always, we are ever ready to continually improve and respond to the ever changing and evolving era of education globally.
OVERVIEW & STRATEGIES
UPSA’s Internationalisation and Collaboration strategy explains the institution’s promise to ensure a pledge towards meeting local and global imperatives in the area of top-notch global university education.
Internationalisation in education promotes excellence in teaching and learning, modern scholarship and encourages understanding and respect among people of different backgrounds. International education is key to nurturing both global and locally competent students who can become global leaders. Such leaders at the global level form the basis for fostering a secure and peaceful world. This plan also outlines our focus on providing an exceptional teaching and learning environment for a multi-cultural university community which is committed to contributing to the interests of its internal and external stakeholders to their individual communities and countries.
The Collaboration component aims at liaising with local and international educational institutions for the mutual benefit of all the designated parties. Such collaboration will also ensure the success of all international and local partnerships and it is our expectation that such Internationalisation and Collaboration efforts will enhance the interests of all the relevant stakeholders. These identified strategies and activities will be undertaken in a planned and systematic manner in order to enhance UPSA’s corporate image and the brand. The pursuit of these corporate communications and integrated marketing communication goals will also encompass a constant analysis, review and strengthening of all the university’s internal systems, processes and structures.
GOALS & OBJECTIVES
The goals and objectives of the Centre are therefore to:
To offer leadership, direction and service to the UPSA through, internationalization and collaborations in higher education to enhance teaching learning research and community service.
To become a leader in the sub-region and the continent in the areas of internationalisation and collaboration at the tertiary level to promote glocal standards in teaching, learning, research and community service.
Acting Vice Dean
Senior Administrative Assistant
Centre for International Education and Collaboration
Opoku Ampomah Building
Central Administration Block, Room 3
P.O. Box LG 149
Accra – Ghana
NB: One will not be pardoned for not taking part in this important exercise.
THE EVALUATION IS FROM TUESDAY, 23RD APRIL - SUNDAY, 12TH MAY, 2019
For Director, QA
FACULTY OF LAW
UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL 100
UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL 200
UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL 400
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The chaplaincy serves as the center for religious and spiritual development and character formation for the entire university community. It provides ministries, services and programmes to students and staff.
the vision of the chaplaincy unit is to become the center for effective spiritual formation for the university community.
The mission of the UPSA Chaplaincy is to encourage and enable members of UPSA community to grow spiritually and maximize their potential, by providing meaningful opportunities for worship, fellowship, learning and care. Additionally, the unit is committed to fostering a strong sense of community on campus and an awareness of the need to serve one another.
The chaplaincy seeks to serve the University community by offering care and counselling, support and guidance in matters of faith and spiritual development for all students and staff, both Christians and non-Christians.
The focus of the unit is to develop and manage programmes, and provide services that will enhance the university’s mission.
These provide opportunities for students to come together for a variety of spiritually-enriching programmes. Students can get involved in campus groups that is registered under the chaplaincy unit such as PENSA, ICGC Campus ministry, Methodist campus ministry Presby campus ministry, the Muslim community etc.,
Community Worship (Spiritual Formation)
The chaplaincy organizes a day of prayer for Students, Management and staff of the university community. Such intimate meetings are typically characterized by a strong tradition of vibrant worship, intense prayers, and inspirational messages, to mention but a few.
There is a management day of prayer which take place every Monday at 12:00 noon, and it brings together management and staff of the university for worship.
The University day of prayer takes place as scheduled by management and it brings together staff and student of the university for worship. Care is taken to ensure that the service is conducted in a way that meets the needs of both Ghanaian and International students.
The unit aims at creating and maintaining an environment which promotes spiritual development and Christian values on the university community.
Devotional messages are sent to all members of staff through the intranet on daily bases.
The unit also organizes morning devotions for students in their lecture halls before each day’s lectures begin. These devotions are led by student leaders.
Chapel Services is held once a week on campus for prayer, worship and the reflections on the word of God.
Wednesday Morning (9:40 am - 11:40am) and Evening (6:00pm - 7:00pm)
No matter our level of spiritual maturity, connecting with God is important. Prayer is a unique and vibrant way to experience that connection in our daily lives.
The unit will also organize a program called “Word on Campus”, sharing the word of God by written notices.
The chaplaincy unit is responsible for mobilizing financial, material and human resource (students and staff) for short term missions and community service both to deprived communities and institutions such as orphanages, hospitals, schools and prisons.
Every year the unit mobilizes students during the first and second semester breaks for missions to deprived communities. The unit also facilitates groups and individual social service projects to deprived institutions; all religious groups and individual students and staff is supported to mobilize resources cash and kind for donation to orphanages, hospitals, prisons and schools.
The main goal is to inculcate into students the spirit of voluntarism and touching lives.
The Chaplaincy Team
The chaplaincy team is made up of the university chaplain, and a chaplaincy committee. The chaplaincy is headed by the university chaplain, who has overall oversight over the unit and provides policy support to the university on spiritual issues.
The Chaplain with the assistances of the Chaplaincy Board co-ordinates the ecumenical arrangements for the celebration of special occasions in the academic year, such as:
Enquiries about our services or any other related issue can be channeled through the University Chaplain, the Chairperson of the Chaplaincy Board or any member of the Chaplaincy Board.
The University Chaplain:
Rev. Theophilus Tetteh
Location: Rev. Fr. J.J Martey Block
South Wing – 4th Room on your left.
Tel. - 0555464996
The Chairperson – Chaplaincy Committee
Dr. Mrs Helen Arkorful
Dean – Evening School
LBC – Room No. – 112
Tel. - 0242535747
You may call us, or pass by the office for assistance. The unit has an “open door” policy, to ensure that we remain as accessible as possible. We also try to provide support as quickly as we can.
Your confidentiality is assured.
We are here for you, to offer advice, or just a listening ear, in a non-judgmental and confidential atmosphere, regardless of your religious affiliation (if at all).
Feel free to pop in at any time- All are welcome!
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