Florida A&M University Enters Partnreship With a College of Applied Sciences in Ghana

Historically Black Florida A&M University in Tallahassee has entered into a partnership with the Regentropfen College of Applied of Sciences in Ghana. The exchange program allows students from Regentropfen College of Applied Sciences to travel to the United States and for Florida A&M students of FAMU to come to Ghana to study at Regentropfen College of Applied Sciences.

Under the agreement, six students from Ghana will study agriculture, computer science, and education at Florida A&M University for the 2020-21 academic year. Faculty from both institutions are also eligible for the exchange program.

Under the partnership, the two institutions of higher education agree to among other things; “establish academic and scholarly cooperative linkages, collaborative research, and subsequent collaborations that would be of mutual benefit to the institutions and to pursue collaborative activities that enhance technology transfer, utilization of natural resources and environmental conservation”.

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