Monrovia – Center for African Policy, (CAP) Executive Director, Wantoe Teah Wantoe has been selected as the keynote speaker at the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) 23rd Graduating Class and Students’ Governing Council Academic Enrichment Seminar.
By Jaheim T. Tumu- jaheim. [email protected]
The 23rd Students’ Governing Council, as per the revised student handbook of the AMEU, seeks the welfare and growth of students on the campuses of the university.
Accordingly, the seminar which is scheduled for Monday, October 2, will focus on his journey from a local university to Oxford, highlighting the growing innovation and experiences in tertiary education for students.
It will also emphasize the lessons learned, adaptive opportunities, and comparative analysis between the local educational system and Oxford, along with the United States.
Wantoe who currently serves as a Steering Member on the United Nations Department of Global Communication Youth Steering Committee and the AFS Youth Assembly Advisory Council will speak on the theme: “Embracing Global Education: Unlocking International Opportunities For Personal Growth and Academic Excellence A Retrospection of the Journey from Local University to Oxford and CMSV, United States.
In its communication, the University stated that Wantoe who recently served as the 176 National Flag Day Orator, a panel member of the AFS Youth Assembly in the USA, and a graduate student of Public Policy studying at Oxford University in the United Kingdom will also provide expertise on how students can grasp international opportunities, likely: conferences, scholarships and fellowships and as well as how students can be a global citizen.
The communication stated, “The Journey from Local University to Oxford event will serve as a platform to inspire and motivate our students to explore global opportunities in education.”
“Through the experiences and insights of Mr. Wantoe T. Wantoe, we aim to cultivate a culture of innovation, adaptability, and international exposure amongst our students and faculty. By comparing our educational system with that of Oxford and the United States, we can identify areas for improvement and work towards creating a more globally competitive learning environment.
It added, “Together, we can transform our local university into a center of excellence for tertiary education and empower our students to pursue global opportunities.”