Millersville University has a new partnership with Academic City University in Ghana, thanks to the recent work of Dr. Daniel Wubah. President Wubah and Dr. Fred McBagonluri, president and provost of Academic City University, signed a memorandum of understanding in Ghana. The MOU will open doors for short-term programs and academic and professional growth opportunities for our students and faculty.
“The agreements demonstrate Millersville’s commitment to international collaboration and academic excellence,” says Wubah. “Forging partnerships with international institutions are a win-win for our students. Millersville students meet and attend classes with international students and faculty, which allows them to learn about different cultures. Students from abroad are introduced to U.S. students, faculty, and all of our country’s opportunities.”
The MOU prioritizes exchanging scholarly materials, cutting-edge research development, student partnerships and sharing best practices among faculty members.