Medical students in Ukraine transferred to Grenada

The Ghanaian government has secured an agreement with the Caribbean island state of Grenada for 200 Ghanaian medical students who had to flee Ukraine to continue and complete their education at the St George’s University of Medicine, writes Donald Ato Dapatem for Graphic Online.

Registrar of the Scholarships Secretariat Kingsley Agyemang and Director of Recruitment and Commercial Engagement of the university David Anthonisz signed the agreement to this effect in the United Kingdom.

Agyemang told the Daily Graphic that the country was engaging other countries it had educational exchange agreements with to strike similar agreements. The move, he said, would ensure that the 200 medical students continued with their education seamlessly so that they would return to the country after their programme to augment the number of medical doctors in Ghana.
Full report on the Graphic site