Fate of prospective GIMPA law students in limbo as school suspends programme indefinitely

Source The Ghana Report/Gloria Kafui Ahiable

The Kumasi campus of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) has suspended indefinitely its law school program that was supposed to start in September this year, leaving prospective law students in disarray.

The news of the suspension of the program was sent to prospective students on 2nd August, checks by The Ghana Report reveal.

It’s unclear the reason for the suspension of the programme but its telling effect is evident.

Some of the applicants The Ghana Report spoke to expressed disappointment with the suspension of the program, thus compelling them to opt for other programs.

One prospective student lamented bitterly about how he had made the necessary preparations to start school in September, only to receive a mail from the Campus Manager of GIMPA, Kumasi that the programme had been suspended.

The communication read, “Dear applicant! The law program scheduled for September has been suspended indefinitely but we are urging you to consider enrolling on our masters in Information technology and law programme.”

A source at the school said to The Ghana Report the school’s management was yet to arrive at a decision as regards the development.

“I cannot speak on the issue at the moment but we are working around the clock to solve this problem within the shortest possible time,” our source said.

She is assuring the general public and student body to remain calm as management is committed to promoting education, training and services in the fields of leadership, business management and law.

Meanwhile, prospective students who applied have been asked to put in a request for a refund in writing.


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