• Prepare for the end of year quiz by subscribing to the monthly research newspaper.
NOTE: The quiz is based on the monthly research newspaper editions only and applicants are to read to be in good standing.
For further details call the office line on 0249640999.
RESEARCH NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION
Copies will be delivered to you every month no matter your location since the newspaper circulates in all the regions in Ghana and beyond
Once in every month and it contains key research findings from cutting edge research organisations
PROPOSED QUIZ AND AWARD CENTRE-GHANA:
British Council Conference Centre, Accra and Regional centres
End of every year (November-December)
All students and the youth in general are eligible to apply
Applicants in other countries can equally apply however the events will be held in their country of domicile
Scholarship packages are for those who have gained admission in an academic institution or yet to gain admission
Scholarship program is up to masters and does not cover doctorate programs
Those reading certificate courses and other diploma programs can also apply
A lively televised quiz program over a panel (multiples of ten) with various prizes for participants
• To ignite the culture of reading among the youth
• To educate the youth about current research findings in the country and prepare them for future prospects.
• To prepare students for advanced levels of education and towards achieving higher academic excellence due to increased knowledge
• To educate and inform the youth about global and local challenges - enhance their coping capacity, adaptation strategies and mitigation.
• To raise great entrepreneurs and astute business men through critical thinking and analysis as a result of increased knowledge of research findings in the country
• To educate students about future opportunities in the area of their academic discipline and how to attain it
• To prepare the youth for future leadership positions both locally and internationally.
• To educate the youth about cutting edge technologies and how to use them for their personal development
• To come into full knowledge of this fast paced-technological era, inventions, emerging diseases and new challenges of our global village
• To help students appreciate the importance of research and find solution to problems
Research Advocacy Channel (RAC) is an international non-governmental organisation that is into research and advocacy. It was registered in Ghana in April 2014 at the registrar generals department. A subsidiary of RAC is research newspaper, a registered newspaper at the national media commission of Ghana, internationally certified with a global circulation. RAC is in collaboration with several research organisations such as United Nations University, International Growth Centre, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, University Teachers Association of Ghana, and research fellows from several organisations both local and international.
SOME OF OUR BOARD MEMBERS ARE:
Dr. Calvin Atewamba; Research Fellow (United Nations University) Dr. Henry Telli; Country Director (International Growth Centre), Mr. John Adarkwah; Deputy Finance Director (University Of Ghana, Fmr), Mr. Samson Offei; President And Editor In Chief (RAC), Mr. Evans Ewudzie Arthur; Regional Manager (Zoomlion).
P.O.Box KW 49 Kwabenya-Accra.
Ashongman Estate-Sapele Street