Russia’s Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) has joined 3 top Universities in Ghana to give world-class Master’s and Postgraduate nuclear education to upcoming Ghanaian engineers, physicists, doctors, and researchers.
This nuclear education programme is going to take place in Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) in Russia. The Russian Ministry of Higher Education and Science will be sponsoring the tuition fees for the entire duration of programme.
Oleg Dolmatov, the Director of School of Nuclear Science and Engineering at TPU, said they were happy to see University of Ghana, Kumasi Technical University, and KNUST join the programme.
Students in this nuclear education programme are promised subsidised accommodation, library funds, and many others.
Dolmatov added that the Ghanaian universities that have joined the programme “will have our support in granting Russia-funded scholarships that include tuition fees to Ghanaian students interested in studying nuclear energy related fields in Russia. Students have access to subsidised accommodation, library funds and practical experience at Russian nuclear enterprises.”