OPERATION OF PRIVATE SHUTTLE BUS SERVICE FOR STUDENTS ON CAMPUS AT UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST (UCC)
CONSULTANCY SERVICES UNDER WORLD BANK AFRICA CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN COASTAL RESILIENCE (ACECoR)
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
External Works for CoDE Block of Flats, External Works for CoDE Multipurpose, External Works for New Sandwich Lecture Theatre, Surfacing of Koranteng Road, Construction of Access Road to New Academic Area and Construction of Drains at the Proposed Science Market
1. The University of Cape Coast intends to apply part of its Budgetary Allocation of Funds and internally Generated Funds (BAF) for the following contract for:
The Africa Centre of Excellence in Coastal Resilience (ACECoR) established under the World Bank Africa Centre of Excellence (ACE) for Development Impact Project and hosted by the Centre for Coastal Management (CCM), University of Cape Coast, Ghana, invites suitably qualified national, regional and international applicants into its MPhil and PhD degree programmes.
The University of Cape Coast invites applications from experienced, results-oriented and highly motivated individuals for the position of Director, Directorate of Public Affairs.
The Directorate of Public Affairs is responsible for building and maintaining the University’s corporate image and relationship with key publics, as well as managing events and communication with the University’s stakeholders.
The University of Cape Coast invites applications from experienced, results-oriented and highly motivated individuals for the position of Dean for the Faculty of Law which will become vacant on 1st August, 2019.
The University of Cape Coast invites applications from experienced, results-oriented and highly motivated individuals for the position of Dean, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
As part of the 51st Congregation of the University of Cape Coast, which is scheduled for Monday, 27th May, 2019 to Friday, 31st May, 2019, the following Traffic Management and Control Measure would be implemented to ensure the full success of the programme: