Presbyterian University Boosts Transportation
The Presbyterian University College, PUCG, has acquired two new Toyota Coastar buses to enhance its transportation system for efficient and effective running of the University’s campuses.
The PUCG, which is the only private University with five campuses across the country, acquired the buses from Toyota Ghana through an Ecobank facility.
The President of the University, Rev. Professor Emmanuel Adow Obeng, dedicating the vehicles at the Okwahu Campus, said the spread of the campuses of the University makes transportation a challenge, hence the acquisition of the buses.
He assured the University community that more vehicles would be added to ensure smooth transportation for staff and students of the University.
The University, currently, runs programmes in B.Sc Nursing, Physician/Medical Assistantship, Agribusiness, Environmental/Natural Resources Management, , Business Economics, Business Administration, Mathematics, ICT, and B.A in Rural and Community Development at its Akropong Akuapem, Agogo, Kumasi and Okwahucampuses.
The Tema campus runs certificate programmes in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Port and Shipping Management, Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching, Strategic Leadership, and Adolescent Health and Development.
The Presbyterian University focuses on training its students to become disciplined professionals and God centred individuals with the capacity to effectively transform their societies to meet current socio-economic needs.
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