Ohio University Partners With Private University in Ghana

Ohio University in Athens has entered into a partnership agreement with the African University College of Communication in Accra, Ghana. Under the agreement, the two universities will participate in faculty and student exchange programs. Study aborad programs for Ohio students will be available for the study of communications and Akan, a major language used in Ghana.

Roderick J. McDavis, president of Ohio University, and Kojo Yankah, president of African University College of Communication, signing the memorandum of understanding between the two universities.

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