BlueCrest University College Holds Maiden Edition of Career Day
The BlueCrest University College has organized a maiden career day event on the campus of the college in Accra.
The event, attended by some 100 students from various international schools in the country also served as a platform to interact with prospective students who intend to enroll unto programmes offered by the university in order to realize their career dreams.
Opening the session, the Registrar of the College, Edna Asante, welcomed the students to the campus and introduced them to all the courses run at the university as well as the basic requirements to be met in order to enroll unto the various academic programmes offered by the university.
The heads of the various schools in the College also took turns to explain the various programmes offered at the school level and the career opportunities that await the prospective students.
Participants at the event expressed their satisfaction with the education they got from the resource persons who spoke at the event. ‘I am particularly elated I came to this event. After listening to all the great addresses by the resource persons and visiting the radio and television laboratory at the Communication Department, I knew I belong to this school and my career ambition of becoming a celebrated international journalist starts here at BlueCrest University College’, one participant said.
Dr. William Quarmine, a resource person at the event and Dean of School of Business and Communication expressed his excitement about the initiative by the college which he observed is a reflection of the progressive thinking that the college has always exhibited, thus, positioning itself as one of the preferred hubs of learning in the sub-region.
‘I know this event has helped a lot of people, especially students on what they can do to chart a successful career path. We at this college, are committed to transforming individuals to become change-makers hence choosing to study at BlueCrest begins the journey to the realization of one’s career dream’, he intimated.