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#445 Overall Influence

University of Ghana

University in Ghana

From Wikipedia

The University of Ghana is the oldest and largest of the thirteen Ghanaian national public universities. It was founded in 1948, in the British colony of the Gold Coast, as the University College of the Gold Coast, and was originally an affiliate college of the University of London, which supervised its academic programs and awarded degrees. After independence in 1957, the college was renamed the University College of Ghana. It changed its name again to the University of Ghana in 1961, when it gained full university status. The University of Ghana is situated on the West view of the Accra Legon hills and at the northeast of the centre of Accra, now has various schools, institutions, colleges and departments and has over 40,000 registered students.

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What is University of Ghana known for?

Our answer to this is to show you the disciplines in which a school's faculty and alumni have had the highest historical influence. A school may be influential in a discipline even if they do not offer degrees in that area. We've organized two lists to show where they are influential and offer corresponding degrees, and where they are influential through scholarship although they don't offer degrees in the disciplines.

Top areas of influence with degrees offered

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Political Science
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Religious Studies
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Computer Science
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Earth Sciences
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Social Work
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Criminal Justice

Influential People

Who are University of Ghana's Most influential alumni?

University of Ghana 's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Education, Nursing, and Law

Elizabeth-Irene Baitie

Ghanaian writer of young-adult fiction

George Benneh

Ghanaian academic and politician

Agnes Dordzie

Ghanaian judge

Peter Nanfuri

Ghanaian police officer

Ben Ephson

Ghanaian journalist

Nana Anima Wiafe-Akenten

The first person to receive a doctorate in the Twi language

Phyllis Christian

Ghanaian lawyer and consultant

John Henry Martey Newman

Ghanaian academic

Nicholas Yaw Boafo Adade

Ghanaian judge and Lawyer

Kwadwo Afari-Gyan

Ghanaian politician

Ernestina Naadu Mills

Ghanaian first lady

Anna Bossman

Ghanaian human rights advocate