Academic City gives full scholarship to SHS graduate in Asante Akyem Agogo



The Academic City University College has presented a full scholarship to Miss Christiana Achaako, a native of Asante Akyem Agogo and an alumnus of St. Louis Senior High School


The Academic City Presidential Scholarship Award is awarded to students for their distinctive academic excellence and devotion to affect society through creative innovations.


The category of her Presidential Scholarship Award is women in engineering which is to promote female talent into STEM, thus driving a gender-balanced goal while facilitating such an opportunity through a Presidential Scholarship.


The scholarship covers full tuition for four years total $40,000, Hostel accommodation worth $1,000 per year, three square meals per year worth $1,800, a laptop, monthly allowance, scientific calculator, Bursary worth $300, and transportation to and from the student’s hometown (twice a year).


Christiana Achaako will pursue a four-year undergraduate programme in BSC. Mechanical Engineering at Academic City in Accra.


Through an elaborate selection process, Academic City carefully identifies deserving Senior high school graduates to award with the prestigious Presidential Scholarship — a 100% 4-year scholarship worth a total of $40,000 to pursue an undergraduate degree of their choice at Academic City.


Selected students demonstrate exceptional brilliance, not only having maintained strong academic standings at their high schools but having reached the acme of their high school learning to now pursue a university education.


These students are motivated by far-reaching aspirations that depict remarkable leadership traits and an unflinching passion to learn and create.


Academic City


Academic City is a fast-developing premium STEAM and Entrepreneurial tertiary institution set to define modern tertiary education in Ghana and throughout the African continent.


The programmes are strategically designed taking into consideration world-class STEAM education to develop students to become more practical, hands-on and productive.

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