The Dean of Graduate College of IOWA State University of Science and Technology, Professor William R. Graves has revealed that his institution is committed to increasing the enrolment of Ghanaian students. This he said, is as a result of the captivating performance of Ghanaian students over the years. Graduate College of IOWA State University of Science and Technology he said, has recorded only 15 postgraduates as their highest number of Ghanaian students’ enrolment since its establishment. He therefore hopes to increase the number.
Prof Graves said these when he paid a courtesy call on the Pro-Vice Chancellor of KNUST, Prof. Mrs. Rita Akosua Dickson, accompanied by the Dean and the Vice Dean of Students of KNUST. The purpose of the visit was to strengthen relationships between IOWA State University and KNUST.
The Pro Vice-Chancellor stated that as a University, KNUST is equally concerned about training postgraduates and promised the institution’s interest to cooperate with IOWA State University.
She finally extended her gratitude to IOWA State University of Science and Technology for their visit.
Professor Graves hopes to meet interested students to promote to them on how IOWA runs its postgraduate programmes, available financial support, exchange and other internship programmes.