Prof. Hu Liangcai(Full Professor)

The China-Director of the Confucius Institute at University of Cape Coast, directly appointed by Hanban in September of 2016.

He has been full professor since 2009 and has had the teaching experience for 33 years, during which, for more than ten years, he was simultaneously the director of the International Exchange Department of Hunan City University, and several years experience as director in the other departments like Academic Journal director. He was the Party Secretary of the College of Telecommunication and Electronic Engineering of the University before he comes to University of Cape Coast. He got his degree in Science of Education at Harding University of the United States and was Visiting Professor at University of Western Sydney . He is also the 18th and 19th Interpreter and Translator-General of World Cup Badminton Tournament by International Badminton Federation. He has published his academic monograph and more than 40 academic articles in China and International scholarly Journals.


Prof. Ishmael Mensah

Prof. Ishmael Mensah is an Associate Professor of tourism and hospitality management at the University of Cape Coast. He holds a Ph.D. Tourism degree from the same university and is a Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE) by the American Hotel and Lodging Association as well as a Member of the Institute of Hospitality (MIH). Prof. Mensah also holds post-graduate certificates in Hospitality Administration as well as Event Planning & Tradeshow Management from Georgia State University where he was a fellow under the Ghana Tourism Capacity Development Initiative. He has published widely in high-ranking academic journals in the areas of environmental management in hotels, special events management, service quality and community-based tourism development. Prof. Mensah is very passionate about the delivery of quality service and has consulted for a number of public and private organizations on the topic. He has also served on a number of national and local committees including the Central Region Tourism Awards Committee.

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