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  • Interview with a DAAD Scholar - Saleh Najmundeen Ahmed

    A refugee status is not a choice; it is a situation. Therefore, all my heart and thoughts are with my fellow refugees around the globe. No condition is permanent, and I pray that life will become better sooner rather than later.

  • Early Career Women Scholars

    An opportunity for early-career scholars to enhance their research development, dissemination, and visibility skills and also promote exchange between junior and senior academics on career advancement and navigating career challenges.

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  • German Studies Institutions Partnership (GIP) - Workshop Edition 2023

    The University of Education, Winneba is hosting the 2023 edition of the annual workshop of the German Studies Institutions Partnership (GIP) on Crisis and Conflict-Related Communication - Multiligualism - Interculturality- and Curriculum Development

  • DAAD Alumna (University of Münster, 2011 - 2014).

    Higher education plays a crucial role in the development of any society, and I anticipate a future where it will be the foremost priority in our society. We must make conscientious efforts to harness its full potential for the benefit of Africa.

  • DAAD Alumni serving as peace advocates in the African Community

    This Alumni event brought together 25 DAAD Alumni from different parts of West Africa to receive a 3-day training on topics related to peace and conflict management under the sponsorship of DAAD. Participants learnt the art and science of mediation, causes, types and effects of conflicts and their management strategies.

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  • Call for Application: Network of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa (NELGA)

    Network of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa (NELGA) is a partnership of African universities and research institutions with proven leadership in education, training and research on land governance. Currently, NELGA has more than 70 partner institutions across Africa.

  • Maria Sibylla Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa

    MIASA supports these projects via different kinds of fellowships: individual fellowships, tandem fellowships with one tandem partner from Germany and the other from Africa, and fellowships as members of Interdisciplinary Fellow Groups (IFG).

  • Ghana - NRW University Alliance Office

    The Ghana-NRW University Alliance Office was opened at the Goethe Institut premises here in Accra on Tuesday 18th July, 2023. In her opening remarks, Dr. Susanne Preuschoff (Director of International Affairs, University of Cologne), mentioned that the office was established in less than one year. She added that the China NRW University Alliance served as an example to build on.

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  • Alumni Spotlight: Principal of the Bagabaga College of Education, Tamale

    My vision for higher Education is to position Colleges of Education (BACE) as the leading centers for the training of professionally competent teachers, grounded in up-to-date pedagogy, research skills, critical thinking ability and moral values.

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  • Recycling plastic bottles into T-shirts

    "I saw an AD of the Falling Walls Lab competition on the DAAD Ghana twitter page and by then, I had already tested my recycled polyester to the virgin one which matched perfectly. I saw it as a great opportunity to showcase my idea on a big stage and potentially gain funding for my project. " Maltiti Mohammed

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