A speech by Yannick Nkodia, an I.T. student from Congo, Brazzaville who learned English in just five months through Wisconsin’s English Proficiency Programme, was the highlight of the 16th Matriculation Ceremony.
African graduates have been urged to produce research that can be implemented to promote sustainable development, not that which would gather dust on shelves.
More than 120 senior high school leavers have been trained in basic computer skills and coding at a free I.T. programme at Wisconsin International University College, Ghana. The free I.T. programme was offered over a period of one month as part of the institution’s corporate social responsibility (CSR)
Ghana’s First Lady, Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo, has launched three state-of-the-art nursing simulators, the first of their kind in Africa, at Wisconsin International University College, Ghana (WIUC-GH) on May 24, 2018.
Wisconsin’s basketball team fought valiantly to secure the 1st runner-up position at the recently concluded PUSAG games. The games, held at the KNUST, brought together sportsmen and women from private universities to battle for honours in various sporting disciplines.