Chevening offers a unique opportunity for future leaders, influencers, and decision-makers from all over the world to develop professionally and academically, network extensively, experience UK culture, and build lasting positive relationships with the UK.
The aims that bind members together are to:
Maintain and advance UK-Ghana relations, foster professional and social networking, information exchange, business cooperation and mutual support, create opportunities for wider social influence.
Establish contacts and networking with similar British alumni associations as well as other professional and social networks operating in Ghana, in the region and globally.
Supported by the British High Commission,the alumni association is led by an executive committee of seven alumni volunteers and nine member advisory board. The association boasts of over 247 members.
The CAGA serves as a platform for its members to put forward and realize their ideas, and encourages member-driven initiatives. With members educated in wide range of academic disciplines, the alumni association holds the tremendous potential to catalyze the development of Ghana
Can the government and media be friends without compromising? Veteran Journalist and Chevening Scholar David Ampofo explains why this cannot be possible. By Adelaide Arthur The relationship between government and the media can be a tricky one. Although Ghana enjoys a free and vibrant media, the same cannot be said about a number of countries…
The Chevening Alumni Association of Ghana in collaboration with the British High Commission Accra is pleased to organise its maiden speaker series: Holding government accountable – the role of the media on Thursday, October 26 2017. Chevening is a prestigious scholarship programme funded by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and partner organizations. Since its…
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