A popular method of travelling around Ghana is to volunteer with the many organizations that Ghana boasts.
Africa Calling (http://www.africacalling.org)
AIESEC University students: (http://www.aiesec.org)
Disaster Volunteers of Ghana: (http://www.divog.org)
Global-Cultural Solution GCS: (http://www.gcs-np.org)
Ikando Volunteers: (http://www.ikando.org)
Light for Children (http://www.lightforchildr...)
Meet Africa (http://www.meetafrica.org)
Thrive Africa UK: (http://www.thriveafrica.co.uk)
Volunteering Solutions (http://www.volunteeringso...)
Ultimate Voluntary Organization
Offers opportunities for teaching, football coaching and/or medical volunteering. This grassroots organization is near the Volta and provides volunteers with a real sense of what Ghana is all about.
Ghana has three major public universities. The largest of these is the University of Ghana, located in Legon, a suburb of the capital, Accra. Other universities are located at Cape Coast University of Cape Coast and Kumasi Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, or "Tech". Smaller public universities include the University of Education at Winneba, the University of Development Studies with a main campus at Tamale and several other campuses around the north, and the University of Mines and Technology in Tarkwa, Western Region. There are also several private universities and colleges, both religious and non-religious.
There are some good schools while others aren't that great. Teachers are usually very strict and respect from the students is very important.