Russia and Ghana Expanding Cooperation in Higher Education

The agreement was signed on the margins of the 4th meeting of the Intergovernmental Russian-Ghanaian Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation. 

"In the interests of expanding inter-university contacts, we plan to work on attracting Ghanaian universities to the consortium "Russian-African Network University", - said Deputy Head of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science Konstantin Mogilevsky.

Russian-African Network University is a consortium of universities and organizations from Russia and Africa, which jointly develop not only educational cooperation, but also develop scientific projects. It has already included educational organizations from Algeria, Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Mali, Mozambique, Uganda, South Africa and Zimbabwe. On the Russian side, the RAFU currently has more than 50 universities and scientific organizations of various profiles.

Currently, 11 cooperation agreements have been concluded between Russian and Ghanaian universities.