Grenada saves Spot for 1000 Ghanaian Medical Students in Ukraine

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Over 1000 students studying medicine in Ukraine have been given a renewed sense of hope following a pact signed by the Ghana Scholarships Secretariat and the St George’s University of Medicine in the Caribbean island of Grenada.

The agreement comes at a time when most students in Ukraine feel their studies will be truncated as a result of the war between Ukraine and Russia.

The agreement was signed yesterday on behalf of Ghana by the Registrar of the Scholarships Secretariat, Mr Kingsley Agyemang with David Anthonisz, director of Recruitment and Commercial Engagement, signing for St. George’s University.

The agreement follows an earlier Memorandum of Understanding, signed in 2019 with the University.

Under the MoU selected students who have first degrees in medical sciences would be offered scholarships for post-graduate training in the medical field.

The scholarship packages ranged from 50 per cent to 100 per cent funding by the awarding institution, with the Scholarship Secretariat as the coordinating agency.

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