The Graduate School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, University of Ghana is a postgraduate school established by Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) in collaboration with the University of Ghana, with support from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to enhance human resources development for the peaceful use of nuclear and related technologies in Ghana and Africa. SNAS is part of the Faculty of Science, University of Ghana and locate at Kwabenya.
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According to its web site, the "Main Objectives of the School" are
1. To undertake postgraduate programmes in Nuclear Sciences and Technology leading to the award of M.Phil and PhD degrees of the University of Ghana.
2. To popularize Nuclear Science and Technology programmes to attract high undergraduates (future aspect).
3. To engage in the hosting of AFRA and IAEA regional and inter-regional training courses/workshops, other international conferences/Seminars, and the conduct of research in the peaceful uses of Nuclear and Biotechnology techniques in Ghana and Africa as a whole.
4. The research areas to be covered include: Health and Nutrition, Agriculture, Industrial and Environmental sectors as well as Waste Management.
5. To create international links with other Institutions with a tradition in nuclear education and research (such as the Institute for Advanced Studies of the University of Pavia (Italy)), Nuclear Training Centre of South Korea, and the World Nuclear University, (UK) for exchange of programmes and sharing of experiences.