Professor Kwabena Agyapong-Kodua is a distinguished academic, engineer and clergyman.
He is the Vice-Chancellor of Pentecost University based in Accra Ghana.
Prior to his appointment as VC, he was an academic at Warwick University, UK. He also lectured at Nothingham University, Leceister College and Loughborough University, UK where he earlier obtained Masters degree in System Engineering and PhD in 2009.
In these top Universities, Prof. Agyapong-Kodua supported the teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Also, he was co-opted into the HIEF3/DTI funded technology exploitation activities of the UK Centre of Excellence in Customised Assembly (CECA). He worked closely with about 20 postdoctoral engineers alongside Ford, BAE Systems, Airbus and JCB Engineers involved in digital modelling and life cycle engineering of large scale assembly systems.
He was a co-consultant on behalf of his University for Shenling AirConditioning Manufacturing Company, Guangzhou, China.
Reverend Professor Agyapong-Kodua is also a Chartered Engineer from the Royal Institute of Engineering and Technology, UK, and a Member of the Engineering Professors Council, UK.
In addition to his science and engineering qualifications, he holds a Master of Arts degree in Practical Theology obtained from Mattersey College, UK; Prince 2 qualification in Project Management and professional certificates in Teaching and Learning.
Prior to going to UK, he worked as Design Engineer in GRATIS Foundation, and a Mechanical Engineer in charge of plant maintenance in Nestle Ghana Ltd.
Reverend Professor Agyapong-Kodua’s activities stream across Science and Engineering, Business and Management, Theology and Education. He has authored seven books (three on Engineering Systems & Management; three on the interface between Science and Theology; and one on Tertiary Education); contributed to four book chapters, and published over 40 papers in leading international journals and conference proceedings.
Currently he served on the boards of two colleges thus Birmingham Christian College and Regents Theological College, both in the UK.