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C.K. Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences to introduce Chinese

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The faculty officer of the Center for Modern Languages at the C.K. Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Abdul-Aziz Kamara, has hinted that the university is set to introduce Chinese as a course to enable students to take advantage of available opportunities.

According to him, this has become necessary following the cosmopolitan nature of the world, with China dominating in the world of trade, and the need for students to be trained to take advantage of opportunities at the continental level.

He said the idea to introduce the language formed part of the university`s strategy to equip students with a diverse set of skills that would prepare them for success in various countries with diverse languages.Mr. Kamara indicated that “the Center for Modern Languages is a service center that serves the university by teaching students French and communication skills, and now, thankfully, the council has decided that we should add Chinese, so very soon we will be adding that.”

He explained that “the world is evolving and things are moving fast, and if you consider where China has reached, it is good to know something about them, their culture, and what they say because we always go to China to buy or study, and we have many of our lecturers who have gone there through scholarships to study.”

The faculty officer added that the school has been offering French as a course since 2004, and all these are to equip students in diverse ways to meet the current demand of the job market.

The Director of Academic Programmes and Quality Assurance of the school, Prof. Samson Abagale, emphasised that the university attaches quality to its programmes to ensure that they meet world-standard requirements.

He added that their programmes are also tailored to deliver competitive products that will compete on the job market with the skills they have acquired.

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