The Honourable Minister of Education, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, has commended Pentecost University for its delivery of the Engineering for non-Science students’ programme.
According to him, the University has shown that it is possible to give opportunities to every child who dreams to be an engineer to do so, irrespective of one’s social or academic background.
The Minister made the remarks when he addressed stakeholders and delegates at the Ghana Education Week 2022 at the Accra International Conference Centre on Wednesday, October 12, 2022.
In an interaction with Pentecost University students who are beneficiaries of the pre-engineering programme, the Honourable Minister congratulated them on their foundational training. He further charged them to work hard to justify the programme for continuity’. Dr. Adutwum said ” you have a chance to make your engineering dream come to reality, take advantage of it and make your family and Pentecost University proud, and also justify the pre-engineering concept.
When he visited the exhibition booth of the University, Dr. Adutwum commended the Management of Pentecost University for investing in 3D printing, robotics and other devices that enhance the learning of students.
Pentecost University was one of two Universities invited to exhibit at Ghana Education Week. The University’s International Digital Centre participated and showcased its robotic lab and other services.