The NCHE signs MOU as a giant step towards improving the quality of Education in Liberia to international standard

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(June 19,2021, Monrovia-Liberia)- The National Commission on Higher Education (NCHE) signed an MOU as a giant step towards improving the quality of Education in Liberia. This MOU is a partnership agreement made with two international academic accrediting companies and one virtual international laboratory company.

The MOU signed by the parties will yield massive benefits for students of Liberian universities and secondary schools. The move will make Liberian institutions renown and promote them for world ranking, develop and encourage research grants for Liberia institutions as well as make a hub for international Education in West Africa.

These institutions are PraxiLabs, International Academy, Management Association of India, Accreditation Service for International School, Colleges and Universities based in UK.

Speaking during the signing ceremony at the Ministerial Complex, the Chairman on National Commission on Higher Education, Professor Dr D. Ansu Sonii, Sr thanked the companies for expressing interest in working with the Education Sector in Liberia by providing quality Services.

Meanwhile, the head of the Accreditation Service for international School, Colleges and Universities, Dr. Maurice Dimmock, called on education authorities in Liberia to aim high as the moves put Liberian colleges and universities among the top institutions in the World.

For her part, Miss Safiya Elbedwihy, Co-founder of PraxiLabs outlined the importance of the virtual lab noting, that it will boost and enhance the learning outcome of students particularly in the sciences.

Since the enactment into law by the National Legislature in 1989, the National Commission on Higher Education has been in the business of accrediting, regulating and creating access to Higher Education and ensuring that programs offered by Universities and Colleges are relevant to the needs of the Liberian society Despite all of these enormous contributions, it has never been possible to have Liberian universities and colleges competing globally with their counterparts.

Henceforth, the Liberian students usually find it difficult to gain admission in some countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas without attestation from the NCHE even some are required to do remedial courses before direct entry. Therefore, there had always been a need to go beyond the current situation and create a space where Liberian students can easily enroll in Universities worldwide without difficulties.

Furthermore, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics had been very challenging for most tertiary institutions in Liberia, due to lack of required laboratories which sometimes cost hundreds of thousands United States dollars to set up for the various institutions in Liberia.

The coming of this agreement will ensure collaboration and coordination among various universities as well as international counterparts. The agreement signed presents a chance to provide some remedy for the higher Education space to address critical academic issues locally and international.

Finally, the President and founder of the international Academic and Management Association, Dr. Bikash Sharma, expressed joy and happiness in working with Liberian Education authorities to provide golden opportunity for Liberian students.

Dr Sharma also indicated that he had been working with Liberians and Education authorities for the past 7 consecutive years by providing international scholarships that had benefitted hundreds of Liberians, noting, that this cooperation and MOU will further strengthen and create the enabling environment for Liberia students globally.

 

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