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Regent Participates in Maastricht Graduation Ceremony

12 November 2014 By In news & events

Regent University Maastricht Graduation 2014

The Vice President of Institutional Advancement, Dr. Stanley Moffatt, and the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS), Dr. Franklin Glozah, on Thursday, September 4th 2014, represented Regent University College to participate in the just ended Graduation Ceremony of the Maastricht School of Management (MSM).

A large number of ambassadors and dignitaries from across the world were in attendance to congratulate students from their countries. Among the dignitaries included Ghana’s Ambassador to The Netherlands, Dr. Tony Aidoo.  Students were awarded with Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) certificates. Maastricht DBA is ranked 2nd in the world.

Two former students, Mr. Joseph Sedina Quist and Mrs Harriet Tenge, who graduated from the Regent-Maastricht MBA programme were also present for the graduation. They were presented with MBA certificates in Corporate Strategy and Economic Policy. In all, thirteen (13) students graduated from the programme at Regent-Ghana during its 7th graduation ceremony held at the Accra International Conference Center April this year.

The Regent-Maastricht MBA programme was one of the flagship postgraduate programmes at Regent University College that was highly rated in Ghana. Over 80 students have graduated from the programme at Regent-Ghana since its inception in 2009.

Currently, talks are underway with Maastricht School of Management to acquire the exclusive right of running the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) programme at Regent University College.

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