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UNDERGRADUATE
by DANIEL AGBEKO - Wednesday, 17 October 2018, 11:37 AM
 

ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WHO ARE DONE WITH THEIR COURSE WORK AND PROJECT PART 1&2 SHOULD SEND THE FOLLOWING.

STUDENTS ARE TO NOTE THAT AS A REQUIREMENT FOR GRADUATION PROCESS, YOUR ARE TO CLEAR ALL OUTSTANDING SCHOOL FEES BEFORE YOUR NAMES WILL BE PROCESSED.

1.FULL NAME

2.ID NUMBER

3.PROGRAM AND OPTION OF SPECIALIZATION……eg(BBA- Finance,BBA-Marketing,BBA-General Mgt,BIT-Mgt,BIT-Networking..etc)

4.SOFTCOPY OF YOUR PROJECT.

Email: ait_oumgraduation@ait.edu.gh

(Edited by Cecilia Edem Afenyo - original submission Monday, 15 October 2018, 02:21 PM)

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Schedules for Capstone
by DANIEL AGBEKO - Tuesday, 16 October 2018, 12:07 PM
 
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Video Viva
by DANIEL AGBEKO - Tuesday, 16 October 2018, 11:31 AM
 
All Undergraduate students who took part in the OUM Video Viva in September should take note that the Final Face to Face Defense is on the 11th of November 2018, in the deans office, the Time is 10am sharp.


There would be a capstone seminar for all capstone groups on 28th october 2018 at 12noon.
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SEPT 2018 SUPERVISION ALLOCATION
by Cecilia Edem Afenyo - Monday, 8 October 2018, 01:54 PM
 
Masters students for the year group SEPT 2017 should please click here to view Supervisors that they have ben assigned to. Kindly note that you are all to submit your Comb bined Part 1(Chapter 1 to 3) of your thesis on the 15/12/2018 or 22/12/2018 for grading. Masters Research Center will not accept any thesis after this deadline.
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THE CHALLENGE TRIP TO BOTI WATER FALLS
by DANIEL AGBEKO - Sunday, 7 October 2018, 03:53 PM
 


THE CHALLENGE TRIP TO BOTI WATER FALLS

Did you know?

There are actually two falls at Boti: The upper and the lower falls. These are the main features of the Boti Falls (what has widely been talked about is the lower falls). The locals describe it as male and female (this description is for the lower falls only). When the volume of water is high especially during the rainy season, the two meet in what the local describe as ‘a mating ceremony’. This ceremony is ‘graced’ by the rainbow that is formed by the splashing water.

To get to this beautiful ‘mating’ ceremony, visitors will have to descend over 250 steps. The steps offer a timely exercise for people and the plunge pool formed at the base of the falls provides a refreshing cooling down effect.

Three attractions that are also available for visitors to see but not directly related to the falls are the umbrella rock, the Rock Cave and the three headed palm tree.

Health and Safety Committee in collaboration with AIT is organizing a day trip to Boti Water Falls on Saturday, 3rd November.2018

Rate: GHC 40 only.( Refreshment inclusive.)

Departure time: 5:30am prompt at Cantonment Campus

6:30am prompt at Seaview Campus

For more enquiries contact: 0243157115

NB: 1.Only 62 seats are available and registration is strictly by first come first serve

2. All students who wish to embark on this trip should contact Mr. Daniel Agbeko .

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