Graduation

51ST CONGREGATION - MAY, 2019

UCC INTRODUCES PLAGIARISM POLICY

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ghartey Ampiah, has announced that the University has instituted measures to reduce the level of plagiarism in postgraduate research work. In view of this, he noted that the Academic Board has approved a Plagiarism Policy to be implemented in the 2019/2020 academic year.

Prof. Ampiah made the announcement at the 17th Session of the 51st Congregation held for graduates of the School of Graduate Studies (SGS). In addition to this, the Vice-Chancellor indicated that the University has purchased the “Turnitin software” to help reduce the level of plagiarism and increase the potency and originality of research output.  “Currently, staff and postgraduate students are being trained in the use of the ‘Turnitin software’, he added.  Click to Read More

51ST CONGREGATION - SEPTEMBER, 2018

UCC Graduates Urged to Make Positive Impact on their Communities

The University has climaxed the 51st Congregation with a call on the graduates to make positive and meaningful impact on their communities. The College of Humanities and Legal Studies and the School of Graduate Studies had their sessions on the second day of the Congregation. A total of 1,858 who completed their programme of study with the College of Humanities and Legal Studies were presented during the Fifth Session. A total of 1, 357  graduands comprising 25 PhD, 70 MPhil, 46 MCom/MBA, 1 MN, 722 Med/MSc, 365 MA AND 125 PGDE were conferred with various degrees during the session for the  School of Graduate Studies. Read More