He said every generation needed regeneration in order to progress in its developmental agenda.

Dr Twumasi-Ankrah was speaking at the first Matriculation of the Heritage Christian University College at Amasaman, the capital of the Ga West District.

Forty-six students were offered admissions to study first degree programmes in Business Administration; Information and Communication Technology; and Theology.

He said the goal of the University College was to offer an exceptional Christian higher education to students, who aimed to discover, develop and deploy their potentials to the fullest.

“We are committed to providing an environment of strict discipline for our students,” he added.

He said the University would also provide a nurturing and an empowering environment to enable students to pursue their studies.

The President said the University, with the Centre for Entrepreneurship, Philanthropy and Ethics (CEPE), was developing a programme to provide students with world class innovative ideas for business start-ups and development.

He said the CEPE would provide working capital in the form of loans or grants to students, whose business proposals would be adjudged as highly lucrative.

He said in the future the University would add more degree programmes to the existing ones.

Source: GNA


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