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PUSAG President Meets Management of Bangor University in Wales to Discuss Opportunities

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The Private Universities Students Association of Ghana (PUSAG)President, Mr. Alswel Annan, has met with the management of Bangor University to discuss scholarship opportunities for Private university students in Ghana.

This meeting took place at the Bangor University campus in Wales on the sidelines of the 2020 London international model United Nations (LIMUN) Conference which the PUSAG president attended.

An elated Mr. Alswel Annan in an interview with hypercitigh.com said he had met the management of Bangor University in London to lobby for scholarship slots for PUSAG.

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He said, ‘I visited Bangor University to establish a relationship between PUSAG and the University and I must admit it was very fruitful. Our discussions bothered on scholarship opportunities for PUSAG at Bangor University as well as other opportunities that will benefit the Private University Student in Ghana.’

He added that ‘the management of Bangor University has agreed to come to Ghana to facilitate the process for PUSAG.’

PUSAG President, Mr. Alswel Annan engaging a management member of Bangor University in Wales.

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This he believed will help the Private University student who wants to further his/ her education but has no funding. Mr. Annan continued to add that, ‘The available scholarships are Chancellors scholarship, Vice-chancellors scholarship, International students’ scholarship, Commonwealth scholarship, and Government scholarship’.

We will keep you updated with further developments.

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