From Naabenyin Joojo Amissah
The Manager of Community and Public Affairs of the Ndoum School of Business and Technology (NSBT), Mrs Sarah Ewura Esi Bucknor, says no graduate from the school will fail an aptitude test in any organisation, institution or place of work.
This, she said, was due to the fact that the school offered hands-on practical exposure and equipped students with critical thinking acumen, so that they could find solutions to life’s challenges.
Mrs Bucknor made this known to The Chronicle when final year students of Holy Child Senior High School in Cape Coast made a familiarisation tour of the school.
The purpose was to afford the soon-to-be Senior High School (SHS) graduates the opportunity to be abreast of the numerous opportunities programmes offered at the school, as well as entry requirements.
According to Mrs Bucknor, the Nduom School of Business &Technology, as part of the Nduom University, recognises the need for active links between undergraduate/graduate programmes.
In view of this, she said: “We want to provide practical-oriented life-long learning opportunities for our cherished students to be able to fit directly into the world of work.”
The Community and Public Affairs Manager mentioned that the NSBT was determined to provide innovative education that hinges on critical thinking, ethics and practical skills, in order to produce leaders who can positively transform society.
B.Sc Banking and Finance, B.Sc. Information Communications Technology and B.Sc. Information Technology for Business are programmes offered at the school.
The students who took part of the tour numbered about 461.
They were taken through Career and Guidance and Choice Making by Lawyer Solomon Faakye of the University of Cape Coast, while Mrs Bucknor took them through admission-related issues.
Some of the students expressed their willingness to make the university their first choice should they have the opportunity.
The Nduom School of Business and Technology currently has a total population of eight students.