With the 12 finalists for ‘The Challenge’ season 3 already announced, viewers will now be thrilled with 13 weeks of intellectual and exciting tasks on the most educating and rewarding television reality show in Ghana.
A weekly hour episode of varied tasks by the 12 finalists will be showing every Sunday on GTV at 2.30PM, e.TV at 4PM, GhOne at 4PM and Homebase on Mondays at 7PM. It continues with a thirty minute eviction episode on GTV on Tuesdays at 9PM, Wednesdays on GhOne at 7.30PM and Thursdays on e.TV at 10PM
Last week’s episode started with the first phase of auditions at the IPMC training institute where the hundreds of applicant underwent a series of aptitude tests. The successful applicants were then bused to the British Council for the second phase, a one on one interview with the panel.
[pullquote]The coming week will see what went into the selection of the twenty five finalists before shortlisted to twelve finalist. It is a must watch for all graduates and any job seeker as it exposes the mistakes applicants usually commit during interviews as well as what employers expect from job seekers.[/pullquote]
The Challenge is an Education UK Reality TV Show which has witnessed two successful editions is designed to give bright young ambitious Ghanaian university graduates the opportunity to study under postgraduate scholarships at leading Universities in the United Kingdom.
Season three has at stake full board postgraduate scholarships worth £70,000 with the top two winners guaranteed postgraduate admissions at the Robert Gordon University and University of Westminster accompanied by a fully paid accommodation and a monthly living allowance.
The twelve contestants battling for the top spots are Rhoda Omari, Benjamin Enyan, Eric Akomanyi, Eric Frempong Amponsah, Ama S Bentsi-Enchill, Irene Etormam Migbordzie, Sefakor Agbesi, Nana Kusi Yeboah, Ophilia Nyametse, Majorie Myers, Naa A Komey and Elsie Attieku-Nuku.
They will be adjudged by a 3-member Scholarship Committee to be made up of renowned business leaders. Depending on performance against set criteria, three contestants would be nominated by the Board for eviction after three segments of the show.
The Challenge season three is brought to you by The British Council and TIGO in association with the Robert Gordon University and University of Westminster. It is proudly supported by SIC, IPMC, Pro Credit, 3E Quantum, Gsocialize.com, GTV, e.TV and powered by GH One Entertainment TV.