On Monday the 6th of May, TME Education and Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology were celebrating the inauguration of the TME Education Electronics Lab. The institution is a recognized as the world-class academic centre of excellence in West Africa, teaching in Science and Technology for development, it is well known for producing highly qualified graduates, who can support and participate in socio-economic growth not only in Ghana but also in whole Africa. Each year KNUST attracts several thousand from most western African countries.
TME Education started its cooperation with the instruction at the end of 2016, and the first partnership goal was to establish an electronics lab, which would enable the students to study modern technologies in a learning-friendly and inspirational environment. This week the plans turned into flesh during the grand opening of the facility. The event was attended by TME Education ambassador in Ghana, Patrick Effraim, Deans of the College of Engineering and its Provost. Altogether, the number of participants reached 50 people.