Welcome to FFLEC
Welcome Message from the Dean
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Dr. Christiana Hammond, Dean

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Three students from the Department of Applied Linguistics were awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for the 2019/2020 academic year.
  • Three students of the Department of French Education were awarded a short-term German scholarship to study in Flensburg University, Germany.
  • A Senior Lecturer of the Department of Communication and Media Studies was adjudged the 2019 Best Public Relations Academic by IPR (Ghana).
  • A Level 100 student of the Department of Communication and Media Studies won the 2019 Student Journalist of the Year award.
  • The Dean of the Faculty was elected the Pro-Vice-Chancellor.

PROJECTIONS

  • The Department of Applied Linguistics plans to introduce MPhil and PhD (TESL) programmes within the 2020/2021 academic year. One PhD student and 56 MPhil students of the Department are expected to graduate during the 25th Congregation of the University. The Department is also in the process of identifying strategic institutions for international collaboration and partnerships.
  • The Department of Communication and Media Studies hopes to commence a PhD programme in the 2020/2021 academic year.  In addition, the Department intends to introduce Development Communications as a new track in addition to the Media and Marketing Communications tracks.
  • The Department of French Education in collaboration with Institute for Teacher Education and Continuous Professional Development (ITECPD) will run a French Proficiency Course starting from July, 2020.  The programme has been advertised. The Department also intends to mount a Post-Diploma in French Education programme on a sandwich basis while a B.A. French Education programme will be mounted in the distance learning mode.
  • The Department of English Education hopes to expand its PhD programme to take in more students. It also intends to begin a Diploma in Pedagogy programme by sandwich mode in 2021.