The office for Educational Empowerment and Allied Services (EEAS) was established in 2014, under the office of the then President, Rev. Professor Emmanuel Kingsley Kwabena Larbi (who is currently the Founder and Chancellor). The International Community is fairly represented at Regent University. The office therefore aims primarily to provide an environment that is conducive for students’ stay on Campus and Ghana at large, by providing an exceptional learning environment for students to fulfil their academic ambition. The International office also offers the opportunity to experience cultural diversity at its richest in Ghana.
Ghana, a country on the West Coast of Africa, is one of the most thriving democracies on the continent. It has often been referred to as an "isle of peace" in one of the most unstable sub-regions in Africa. It shares boundaries with Togo to the east, la Cote d'Ivoire to the west, Burkina Faso to the north and the Gulf of Guinea, to the south.
Ghana has several tourist attractions such as history, culture, eco-tourism, recreation and events. Most of the major international airlines fly into and from the Kotoka International Airport in Accra. Domestic air travel is thriving and the country has a vibrant telecommunications sector, with five cellular phone operators and several internet service providers.
The Country Has a Total Land Area of 239,460 Square Kilometers.
Ghana has a tropical climate. There are two major seasons in Ghana, the dry season (harmattan) and the wet (rainy) season.
The current population of Ghana is 28,404,987.
The official language in Ghana is English and is nationally used in schools in addition to nine local dialects.
Ghanaians are probably one of the warmest, most welcoming and friendliest people you will come across. It is an observation most people who visit the country make.
The Mission of EEAS is to coordinate, support and promote the University’s international strategy by establishing international partnerships and linkages while acting as a resource to faculties and departments across the University.
Acting as the link between the University and the rest of the world, the vision of the EEAS is to make the Regent University College of Science and Technology, Ghana a global centre of academic excellence that provides international education for staff/faculty and students through collaborations in research as well as faculty/staff and student exchanges
Achieving the above stated Mission and Vision requires some core values. The Centre and all its activities will therefore be guided by the following values: