Universities and Colleges in Ghana
The longest established public universities are the University of Ghana (Legon, Accra, established 1948); Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (Kumasi, 1952); University of Cape Coast (1962); University for Development Studies (main campus at Tamale, 1992); University of Education (Winneba, 1992); and University of Mines and Technology (Tarkwa, 2004). Other major tertiary institutions include the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (Achimota, Accra, 1961).
There are also many teacher-training colleges, polytechnics and specialised tertiary institutions; and many private universities. The female-male ratio for gross enrolment in tertiary education is 0.6:1 (2012). Literacy among people aged 15-24 is 85.7 per cent (2010).
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