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To achieve sustainable management and use of coastal environment through training of human resource and engaging in demand driven research to support coastal policy development in Africa

 

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ACECoR

Why study with us

There are a million reasons to have you higher education training at the Africa Centre of Excellence in Coastal Resilience, University of Cape Coast. Here are a few...

Quality Higher Education

Recieve higher education training with international standards

Timely Graduation!

Completion rate is an indicator of success for ACECoR programmes

Experienced Lecturers

Study with and receive mentorship from our well trained lecturers

Smart Delivery

Our smart lecture rooms make teaching and learning a lot more interative.

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Our online admissions portal is easy to navigate and has all the information for your application.

Be a Change Leader

ACECoR incubator programme makes students initiate change in their home communities

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USAID/SFMP Supports ACECoR With Two Vehicles
CCM-ACECoR has received two vehicles - FORD ESCAPE SE and a FORD EVEREST from USAID and the University of Rhode Island's SFMP Project
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Call for Applications: Professorial Fellow and Senior Fellow at ACECoR
ACECoR is looking for dedicated and self-motivated experts to support the Centre in specific technical and scientific capacities as outlined below. The successful candidates will be appointed as adjunct faculty members of the Centre beginning 1st March 2021.
ACECoR Welcomes 2nd Batch of Scholarship Students
ACECoR welcomed its 2nd batch of freshmen for the 2020/2021 academic year at an orientation programme held on the 14th and 15th of January 2021. Thirty-four students from 5 African countries namely who are currently enrolled on ACECoR programmes...
Call for Applications to One-Week Professional Courses
CCM/ACECoR is organizing short courses to strengthen the capacity of government institutions and professionals who are dealing with myriad challenges in coastal areas of Africa with a focus on West and Central Africa.
Prof. Denis W. Aheto Re-Appointed by the World Bank to serve as Member of the Interim Technical Advisory Committee (iTAC) for The West Africa Coastal Areas Management (WACA) Program
Among his responsibilities within WACA, Prof. Aheto works as technical lead to support the development of a framework for...
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