Good News For All Ghanaian Students Studying Abroad; Check Details


Information gathered by Tapnewsgh indicates Ghanaian students studying abroad can afford to heave a sigh of relief because the Minister of Finance has released an amount of Gh¢100,000 for their stipends as well as academic and tuition fees.

This information was made public by the Registrar of the Scholarship Secretariat, Mr. Kingsley Agyemang in a recent interview monitored by Tapnewsgh on Monday, 29 August 2022.

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During his disclosure, he stated that He aian students who are currently studying in countries like Morroco and Hungary claimed they have been refrained from attending lectures because of non-payment of fees.

Similary, other students in other parts of the world have also received notices from their hostels and apartments to evacuate their premises for non-payment of fees for accommodation.

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In response to these predicaments, the Ministry of Finance has sent out an amount ranging from $300 to $500 to these students for their books and an additional $250 to $500 as monthly stipend.


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