The Registrar of Pentecost University, Dr. Foster Kobina Amoani has led a two-member delegation of Pentecost University to Tanzania. The visit to the East African nation is for the team to attend the Global Quality Assurance Conference for higher education institutions in Africa.
In the delegation is Dr. Bismark Owusu-Sekyere Adu, the Director of the Pentecost University’s Institute of Leadership and Governance.
The conference dubbed Capacity Building Workshop & Round Table Discussions for Registrar’s, ICT, Finance & Quality Assurance Personnel is organized by the Global Quality Assurance Association. It is meant to bring together highly practical-oriented university administrators to share knowledge, information, and skills from their respective institutions and countries.
It also provides opportunities for effective and beneficial interaction, networking, and collaboration and brings together University administrators from across the globe to discuss quality assurance, institutional performance review, and assessments.
Prior to the start of the conference, the PU delegation visited Zanzibar University where they held bilateral talks with the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) Dr. Mamudu Daffay about collaborations between the two universities.
The areas discussed included exchange programmes for faculty members and students, research and grant applications, and joint programmes in areas that are strategic for the development of Africa.