Amid its dream of meeting the development capacity needed for Liberia, the African Methodist Episcopal University has unveiled several new academic expansion programs.
Months after she officially took office, the president of the University of Liberia, Ophelia Weeks, has outlined new plans to improve the institution to a level on par with other universities around the world.
The Ministry of Education has appointed Samuel Y. Koenig as county education officer for Bong. His appointment takes immediate effect.
A group of 120 youth have completed a two-day training in the areas of business and entrepreneurship, civic Leadership, and public management.
Academic activities at the William V. S. Tubman University in Maryland have resumed after coming to standstill on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, when students of the Engineering College made several demands for the university to improve the quality of education.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has appointed Charles Mulbah as acting president of the Bong County Technical College. His appointment takes immediate effect.
For the first time in Liberia, human resource professionals are poised to benefit from a Prometric exam center, if arrangements are concluded.
The University of Liberia has called on benefactors who have committed to funding scholarships and financial aid at the institution to fulfill their obligations.