Ghana’s educational system was formerly fashioned on the British system. Starting school at the age of six, a child goes through six years of primary school, three years of junior secondary school, which is followed by three years of senior secondary school.

Basic education in Ghana is compulsory and free, requiring a child to complete the first nine years of their education. The last three years (senior secondary school) optional.

Tertiary education in Ghana is one of the highest quality in Africa, where the University of Ghana ranks 46th out of 300 ranked universities. There are over 10 Universities and Technical Training schools in Ghana that teach a variety of subjects ranging from Music, Language, and the Performing Arts, to Engineering, Legal Studies, Medicine and Politics.

Many Ghanaian students have the opportunity to study abroad and do so in the best schools including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Oxford Cambridge, as well as the Sorbonne.

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The Ghanaians are big exporters of gold with Ghanaian gold bars and other Ghanaian natural minerals.

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Before attaining its independence from British Colonial rule on March 6, 1957…

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Coat of Arms

The coat of arms of Ghana pictured here was introduced on 4 March 1957 by Elizabeth II…

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The flag of Ghana was adopted in 1957. It was replaced with a variant with a white…

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Folklore and Tradition

Of all the national and world treasures you’re bound to encounter on your trip to Ghana…

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Ghana’s national language is English, a heritage of its former colonial status. It is the main…

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Ghana’s educational system was formerly fashioned on the British system. Starting school…

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The Electricity Company of Ghana is a limited liability Company wholly owned by the Government…

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