Category: Uncategorized

9TH ANIE ANNUAL CONFERENCE

African Network for Internationalization of Education meets in Kenya … calls for submissions for sessions The African Network for Internationalization of Education (ANIE) will hold its 9th Annual Conference in Nairobi, Kenya. The three-day confab, from 2 – 4 October, 2019, is themed ‘Africa, Internationalization and the Global Context: Making it Work’ and will bring together […]

Read More

PROF. GOSKI ALABI TO DELIVER TWO LECTURES AT UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Prof. Goski Alabi, Vice Chancellor of Laweh Open University College, Accra, is to deliver two lectures at Green Templeton College (GTC) at the prestigious University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. The two-day Conference, scheduled for May 17-18, is under the theme, “Asserting Africa’s Relevance: Locally, Continentally and Globally”. On Friday, May 17, Prof. Alabi […]

Read More

THE NOVEL CRAFTSMEN

…Needing artisans to fix a problem? The days of painfully enduring the fruitless search for an artisan to fix a problem would soon become history with the birth of an online service, Craftsmen Company Limited, which connects artisans to clients. Currently, Craftsmen Company is working with six categories of artisans, namely, carpenters, plumbers, masons, electricians, […]

Read More

LAWEH STUDENTS HOLD ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR

Havivi Events, a 12-member student group of Laweh Open University College, in collaboration with Youth Opportunities Ghana, has organised an entrepreneurship development seminar on campus. The seminar focused on elements that should be in place for the success of a start-up and had Mr. Patrick Fynn, Country Head of Youth Opportunities Ghana, and Mr Emmanuel […]

Read More

OPEN UNIVERSITY OF TANZANIA EMERGES TALL IN UNIVERSITIES RANKING

Open University of Tanzania (OUT), the mentoring institution of Laweh Open University College, has emerged as the 13th best performing Open University out of a total of 103 in the 2018-19 world rankings. In the Africa only rankings, OUT came second to University of South Africa. The two universities were the only two African universities […]

Read More

LIMITING OPEN & DISTANCE LEARNING IS DENYING MANY AFRICANS OF EDUCATION

Participants of the just ended conference of African Council for Distance Education (ACDE) in Tanzania have called on regulators of the education sector in Africa to remove all obstacles to accessing Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Education in their respective countries. They observed that limiting ODL Education is tantamount to depriving majority of the African […]

Read More

LAWEH STUDENTS OUTDOOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECT

A group of students of Laweh Open University has taken the sale of coconut beyond the boundaries of the ordinary. Members of the group, numbering 12, have practicalise some of the basic principles of entrepreneurship and marketing into the art of selling coconut, thus giving meaning to a tagline of the University: useful and applied […]

Read More

TELCOS SHOULD BE FINED FOR ALLOWING FRAUDSTERS TO DEFRAUD CONSUMERS

The Consumer Advocacy Centre (CAC) has called on government to introduce a law that will compel Telecommunication companies to pay a fine for allowing fraudsters to use their network to defraud consumers. The penalty, according to the CAC, could be used to support the security agencies in their efforts at cracking down on scammers in […]

Read More

LAWEH PARTICIPATES IN AFRICAN COUNCIL FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CONFAB IN TANZANIA

Laweh Participates in African Council for Distance Education Confab in Tanzania Laweh Open University is among a number of universities across the continent currently taking part in a two-day conference of Vice Chancellors and/or their representatives of African distance education institutions at the Open University of Tanzania (OUT), Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The dual-purpose confab, […]

Read More
X