The University of Ghana (UG) has reassured its stakeholders that majority of its programmes are fully accredited or in the process of being renewed.
It has assured students and former students, as well as all stakeholders that all certificates issued by the University of Ghana remained valid.
This follows media statements regarding the status of accreditation of programmes by the university based on the 2020 Auditor-General’s report.
This was contained in a statement issued by the university’s registrar, Mrs Emelia Agyei-Mensah, and copied to the Ghanaian Times in Accra yesterday.
She said the university was committed to working towards regularising the accreditation status of all programmes in the short term, and working towards streamlining and automating the accreditation system in the long term.
Mrs Agyei-Mensah noted that UG’s management was working closely with the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) to streamline processes in both institutions to ensure that all programmes in the University are restored to good standing within the shortest possible time.
“Rework the structures and procedures for accreditation of programmes.” She added.
Mrs Agyei-Mensah noted that in key developments in that regard were the establishment of a desk in the Office of the Registrar dedicated to accreditation-related matters, as well as continued work towards the automation of accreditation processes.
BY TIMES REPORTER