Ten brilliant-but-needy students of the Central University (CU) have benefited from the Barclays Bank Ghana Educational Scholarship programme.
The scholarship initiative is one of the Bank’s ways of deepening its commitment to help solve the youth unemployment challenge through its education and skills development programmes under its Shared Growth Agenda.
This was made known on Wednesday by the Director, Marketing and Corporate Relations of Barclays Bank Ghana, Ms. Nana Essilfuah Boison, at a special ceremony, at the Miotso Campus of the university.
Presenting the award to the beneficiaries, Ms. Boison said Central University was selected because of its strides in the provision of education in Ghana, adding that, “We made a conscious effort to include Central University because we’re aware of what you stand for and your contribution to education.”
She indicated that going forward, the Bank would support studies in the …