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Student Activities And Events

 

CU INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS VISIT AID TO ARTISAN GHANA (ATAG)

 

On the 26th November 2016, the Centre sent foreign students to a Pre-Christmas Craft Bazaar being organized by “Aid to Artisans Ghana” (ATAG) at the Trade Fair Centre, La-Accra.

The Centre for International Relations and programmes led Mrs. Mercy Asiedu the Head of CIRP led the team for exciting time out.

Students visited exhibition stands and interact with some Artisans. There were various displays of craft such as paintings, beads, baskets, bags, African dresses, natural hair products among others. 

Below are some pictures from the event.

 

 

Mrs. Mercy Asaa Asiedu, the head CIRP with staff and students

 

Students dance to the tune of traditional music

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

International students visit Sajuna Beach

 

International Students of Central University on Saturday, 25thApril, 2015 were taken to the popular tourist resort of Sajuna near Akosombo for a day of fun and relaxation by the Centre for International Relations and Programmes (CIRP).

The team which was made up of Students and Staff of CIRP was led by Mrs. Mercy Asiedu the Head of CIRP.

The students rode cruise boats, played games such as beach volleyball, table tennis, table soccer, trampoline jumps, swimming in the pool and tricycle riding.

 

Mrs. Asiedu, Head of CIRP, at the Resort flanked by Staff of the Centre

The Sajuna Beach Club located between Senchi and Atimpoku, on the Akosombo Road is a popular tourist destination attracting many people to its delights. It is a very nice place to eat and relax with some of the students enjoying the boat cruise on the Volta River.

 

A Student Having Fun on the Trampoline

The International students also enjoyed the water delights which included a dip in the two splash pools and a water slide which is one of Sajuna’s finest attractions.

The students were feted to good food and lots to drink.

 

Mrs. Asiedu  Head of CIRP, at the Resort with CIRP National Service Personnel

 

Some of the Students engaged in the Game of Volley Ball

 

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  • Trip to Shai Hills

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The Centre for International Relations and Programmes (CIRP) engages its students by organizing educative events and activities for its students.

The Centre for International Relations and Programmes (CIRP) of the Central University on Saturday, 12th April, 2014 organized a cultural and recreational trip to Ada Foah for International Students of the university.

Ada Foah is a major tourist destination for its beaches, the estuary (where the Volta River meets the Atlantic Ocean) and many tourism attractions. With the river and the ocean, Ada Foah is famous for its relatively unspoilt natural environment as well as water sports like swimming, sailing, fishing and boat cruises.

Our Students enjoyed the trip as they experienced breath taking boat rides and interesting tours to the 21 islands and Estuary at Ada Foah. They entertained themselves with games such as soccer, volley ball, ludo and chess.

Below are some pictures our International Students Day of Tour and Socialization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIT Students Visit CU

 

 

Students from various universities in the United States of America on Wednesday, 23rd October, 2013 visited the Central University at Miotso.

These students were part of the SIT Study Abroad programme. The students who visited were from different Universities such as Yale University, Gustavus Adolphus College and the University of Illinois.


The delegation was hosted by the Centre for International Relations and Programmes (CIRP) headed by Mrs. Laila Boafo-Foleson.

 

The head of the Centre for International Relations and Programmes, Mrs. Boafo-Foleson leading the delegation for the campus tour

The SIT study abroad programme seeks to enhance world learning. Its mission is to prepare students to be inter-culturally effective as leaders, professionals, and citizens. By this, SIT fosters a worldwide network of individuals and organizations committed to responsible global citizenship. SIT fulfills this mission with field-based academic study abroad programs for undergraduates and accredited master’s degrees and certificate programs for graduates and professionals.


The main aim of their visit was to study the Ghanaian culture and also identify with the CU experience. According to one of the students, they were of the hope that their presence at CU would further instill a greater vision to expand their lives greater than just Ghana to the other parts of the world.

 

A cross section of the SIT students

The leader of the delegation, Prof. Olayemi was particularly grateful to the management of the Central University C for the opportunity given them. He spoke about the need bringing a new programme to the Central University that will link Ghana to the United States of America.

 

 

Some CU students with the SIT delegation

The students were given a tour of the University facilities by Mrs. Laila Boafo-Foleson and later treated to Ghanaian cuisine at the food court. The students looked forward to visiting CU again. They praised the University’s architecture and its eco-friendliness.

 

 

 

CU’s International Students’ Day

 

 

The International Students Center in collaboration with the Student Representative Council on Thursday 12th December, 2013 organized an International Students Day.

This Event was organized to commemorate the significant role of our International Students.

The event started at 6:00pm at the Trinity Hall with more than 400 international students in attendance. The President and Vice President, Academic graced the occasion.

 

Rev. Prof. Adow Obeng (Vice President, Academic) addressing the gathering

Vice President, Academic, Rev. Prof. Adow Obeng used the platform to encourage the international students to be good ambassadors of their home countries.


Majority of Students present were in their traditional cloths ready to entertain all present with their cultural performances. These cultural performances ranged from poetry and songs through to drama from countries such as La Cote D'Ivoire, Nigeria, Gabon, Togo and Sierra-Leone. Many were excited by the cultural dance from Gabon and Nigeria. 

 

 International students showcasing their various flags

 

A Dance Performance from the international students

 

A Dance Performance from the international students

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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