Category Archives: UDS

University for Development Studies 2019 Harmattan School

University for Development Studies 2019 Harmattan School 2019 Harmattan School The Harmattan School The Harmattan School was instituted in 2007 by the University for Development Studies to provide a platform for civil society organisations, development practitioners, policy makers and researchers, on an annual basis, to meet and discuss pertinent development issues that affect northern Ghana in particular and… Read More »

Collaborate with UDS – Nana Addo Tasks MMDAs 2018

Collaborate with UDS – Nana Addo Tasks MMDAs 2018 His Excellency, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, President of the Republic and Commander-in-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces has tasked Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies within the catchment area of the University for Development Studies (UDS) to collaborate with the latter in order to utilize the research findings and… Read More »

CIAMC Honors Registrar of UDS

CIAMC Honors Registrar of UDS The Chartered Institute of Administrators and Management Consultants – Ghana (CIAMC), has conferred an Honorary Fellowship on Dr. A.B.T. Zakariah, the Registrar of the University for Development (UDS). The Award was conferred on him at the 17th Graduation and 5th National Conference of the Institute, held on 27th October, 2018 at the National… Read More »

Press Release: Unprofessional Reportage of Jersey on Jeans Party Held on Nyankpala Campus

Press Release: Unprofessional Reportage of Jersey on Jeans Party Held on Nyankpala Campus The attention of Management of the University for Development Studies (UDS) has been drawn to a news item circulating on social media and some media houses to the effect that the Nyankpala Campus Students Representative Council (SRC) organised a ‘sex party’ to welcome fresh students.… Read More »

UDS is 25. Hurray!

UDS is 25. Hurray! A journey of thousand miles, they say begins with a step. The passage of a decree (PNDCL 279) in 1992 gave birth to the first Public University to be situated in the northern part of Ghana. It was given a unique mandate to blend academic work with that of the Community for the development… Read More »