Teachers and other teaching staff are a vital part of most people's lives. They have the ability to shape children and young adults through education, and guide people throughout their most critical years. Education and teaching is are important aspects of society, with knowledge being passed down, through schooling, both in the traditional and non-traditional sense. Teachers are more than just educators, the amount of time they spend with students means that they are mentors, caretakers and advisors.
Ghana is home to beautiful secluded, palm lined beaches, a melting pot of cultures, a strong democracy and rapidly improving socioeconomic conditions. Ghana's official language is English, meaning that all university courses are taught in one of the worlds most widely spoken languages. This also means that international students will find it easy to immerse themselves in their studies and the local culture. Ghana boasts many accredited university and polytechnic institutions, all of which are able to grant degrees to international students.
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