weight:300;”>A nine–member delegation from the Islamic University Collage, Ghana has paid a courtesy call to Valley View University. The fraternal visit explained by the President of IUCG, Dr. Mohsen Maarefi, was to share and explore various academic experiences with the Valley View University. Mr Mohsen Maarefi added that, IUCG seeks to, among other things, build solidarity and establish institutional relationship between the two educational Institutions in furtherance of affairs of mutual interest.
weight:300;”>Dr. Mohsen Maarefi moreover acknowledged that, “Valley View University being the only private university with Presidential charter, IUCG thought it wise to call on the institution so as to know much about each other and learn from each other’s experiences”.
weight:300;”>The Acting Vice Chancellor of VVU, Prof. Daniel Bediako who received the delegation on behalf of the University having expressed gratitude for the IUCG visit, briefed the guest on the history, policies, activities and programmes of the Valley View University. The delegation came with three Members of Parliament from Iran: Honourable Pejmanfar from Mashhad, Honourable Dr. Salimi from Muhallat and Honourable Kochaki Nejad from Rasht. Honorable Pejmanfar, leader of the Iranian delegation underscored the importance of the visit stating, “Visit like this creates opportunity for dialogue and understanding among institutions, consequently collaborating among them”. He promised inviting Valley View University to Iran to witness Iran’s Educational Fair.
The following leadership from the Valley View University hosted the IUCG delegation: the Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Daniel Bediako; the Registrar, Robert Korankye-Mensah; the Finance Officer, Matthew Annoh-Appiah; the Dean of Students, Francis Opoku, among others. Both parties expressed excitement and delight over the visit, and promised to collaborate on academic issues. The sole aim of the call as to strengthen educational links with Ghana.
Credit: Valley View University