UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND LEGAL STUDIES
SCHOOL FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
PARTICIPATION OF GHANAIAN STUDENTS IN CANADIAN STUDY PROGRAM
Trent University Canada, in association with the School for Development Studies (SDS), University of Cape Coast is organizing an eight-month Development Studies program that begins in September 2020.
The program involves lecture sessions at UCC and field studies around Ghana. A limited number of spaces has been reserved for interested Ghanaian students who must commit to completing our program for its full duration. Those selected will be given a full scholarship, will gain practical experience with local NGOs and upon completion will receive a Post- Graduate Diploma in Community Development.
- A first degree with a second-class upper division or better, in Development Studies or a related field
- Desire for a cross-cultural experience
- Knowledge of current events, both in Ghana and the world
- Excellent command of the English language, oral and written
- Completion of National Service Year by August 2020
Interested applicants should send a self-written letter of introduction, a copy of their first-degree certificate, resumé (including names and addresses of 2 referees), and contact email and phone number(s) only to:
Application deadline is April 14th, 2020.
Interviews will take place at the SDS, University of Cape Coast.
Female applicants, in particular, are encouraged to apply. Please note also that this is not a masters degree but rather a unique experience in cross-cultural and development studies.
Due to the large number of applicants only those selected for an interview will be contacted.