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Our Mission


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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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.

Easy to Enroll

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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As it Happens

CCM-ACECoR Welcomes First Fulbright Scholar
CCM ACECoR has for the first time since its establishment received a Fulbright Scholar Chriss Lett who will be hosted at the Centre over the next nine months
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Official Presentation and Mid-Term Review of the ACECoR Project
As part of its project implementation activities, the Africa Centre of Excellence in Coastal Resilience (ACECoR) held its mid-year review workshop at the University of Cape Coast from 21-25 June 2021. The workshop drew more than 60 stakeholders...
ACECoR Scholarship Student Wins University of British Columbia (UBC) Visiting Scholar Award
The management of ACECoR wishes to congratulate Ms. Fawzia Muhammed Zuka for winning a visiting scholar award from the University of British Columbia (UBC) at the Vancouver Campus in Canada, where Prof. Rashid Sumaila will serve as her host supervisor and mentor.
Marine Life Matters: Telling our Marine Mammals Story on World Oceans Day
Following a report of mass stranding of some marine mammals identified by experts as the melon-headed whales at Axim in the Western Region of Ghana, CCM visited the scene to ascertain the situation at first hand and also collect samples for further investigations.
Protecting the World’s Oceans: CCM and DTU-Aqua Deploy NOAA’s Marine Debris Tracker App for Beach Litter Monitoring
On the occasion of World Oceans Day 2021, the Centre for Coastal Management at the University of Cape Coast is joining many across the globe to demonstrate practical approaches towards safeguarding our oceans for the benefit of all mankind, now and in the future.
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