The University of Applied Management, Germany (Ghana Campus) held its 10th graduation ceremony as well as opened a new Campus at Kwabenya in Accra near the KNUST Accra City Campus over the weekend.
The graduation ceremony and official opening of the Kwabenya Campus was attended by Prof. Dr. Dr. Christian Werner (Founder and President of the International University Network, IUN), Prof. Martin Gyambrah (Director of Ghana Campus of the University of Applied Management, Germany), Dr. Mark Amponsah, Dr. Ofori-Boateng, Senior Faculty Members, traditional and religious leaders and host of important dignitaries.
The University of Applied Management, Germany, founded in 2004, is a private, state-approved and fee based University in Germany.
The UAM is recognised and approved by the Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences, Research and Arts, Germany and FIBAA (Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation).
Locally, UAM Ghana Campus at Kwabenya is fully accredited by the National Accreditation Board (NAB) and was established in 2008.
The University offers a wide variety of academic programs for undergraduate and postgraduate study in the field of Business Administration, Business Psychology, Business Engineering, Sports Management and others.
After the ceremony, certificates were presented to the graduates in various fields of study.
The graduates were advised by Prof. Martin Gyambrah to lead a meaningful life and contribute positively to the socioeconomic transformation of their respective Countries.
Prof. Christian Werner equally encouraged the graduates to apply the knowledge they have acquired from the University in all aspects of life.