June 16, 2024

Ghana school wins $80,000 scholarship in World Robotics Olympiad


Prempeh College, a renowned Ghanaian school, clinched victory in the Unknown Mission Challenge at the 2024 World Robotics Olympiad.

This remarkable achievement has earned the students a prestigious $80,000 scholarship to pursue higher education at a university in the United States.

The team from Prempeh College excelled in the rigorous competition, showcasing their expertise in robotics and problem-solving skills.

The challenge, known for its complexity and creativity, required participants to navigate through intricate tasks and obstacles using their robotic creations.

Amidst fierce competition from schools around the globe, Prempeh College’s victory highlights the growing prowess of Ghanaian students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields.

The students’ dedication, teamwork, and ingenuity have not only brought pride to their school but also underscored the potential of African youth in the realm of robotics and technology.

“We are immensely proud of our students’ outstanding performance at the World Robotics Olympiad,” remarked the school authorities.

“Their success is a testament to their hard work, perseverance, and the support of our dedicated educators. This achievement opens doors for them to pursue advanced studies and further contribute to the field of robotics.”

The $80,000 scholarship awarded to the winning team will provide invaluable opportunities for the students to access higher education in the United States, fostering cross-cultural exchange and knowledge-sharing in the global robotics community.

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