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BIMAKS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND HEALTH SCIENCES
BIMAKS COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND HEALTH SCIENCES
About: The physical facility for the College was initially started as a Students Hostel for the Swedru School of Business (SWESBUS) in 2003. The ground floor with a total capacity for 200 students was completed in 2006. The facility was Christened “Bempomaa Memorial Hostel” in memory of the late mother of the Founder of the College. The patronage of the facility was very low. Consequently financial returns were also very low. The facility was restructured with the construction of two additional floors to start programs in Nursing and Midwifery. Other Investment partners insisted that the name be changed since it seemed to favor one person. Consequently, the name was changed to GLOBAL COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCE. It was also decided that other health science programs should be added including Physician (Medical) Assistants, Disaster Science, ICT, and Medical Laboratory Technology. Later the Investment Partners agreed for the addition of Business and Management programs to better serve the broader interest of the communities in the catchment areas. With the introduction of the Business Programs, the National Accreditation Board requested for a change of the College’s name to reflect the new programs. After much difficulty, BIMAKS College of Business and Health Sciences was selected from among the many suggested names submitted to the Board. The Board finally approved the name on 4th February 2013. BIMAKS is an acronym derived from the letters of the names of Investment Partners. From this an inspiring philosophy has been coined. B – Believe, I— In, M—Mastering, A— (your) Abilities, K— (through) Knowledge, S— (and) Service.
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Catholic Institute of Business and Technolog
Catholic Institute of Business and Technolog
About: We are a tertiary institution established under the auspices of the Catholic Archdiocese of Accra in 2007. CIBT is accredited by the National Accreditation Board and Affiliated to the University of Ghana. Our first batch of graduates completed their studies at the end of the 2011/2012 academic year. There is something special about CIBT. It is located in the centre of Accra and is compact and not too large. Therefore we are able to maintain a friendly campus community and no student is missing in the crowd. Students are equipped with the necessary resources to help them respond effectively as leaders in Business, professional and civic life.Being a Catholic Institution CIBT creates a stimulating Christian atmosphere to maintain a Catholic identity but at the same time it embraces all faith traditions. Students have the possibility to choose professional and civic life. Being a Catholic Institution CIBT creates a stimulating Christian atmosphere to maintain a Catholic identity but at the same time it embraces all faith traditions. Students have the possibility to choose from a broad range of degree programmes in Business Administration, Public Administration, Computer Science and Religion. CIBT is about to start a number of non-degree programmes including professional workshops for adult students. It is also about to start a new degree programme in Procurement and Supply Chain Management, a Certificate and Diploma programmes to help Catholics and other Christians understand the Christian faith, how the Church responds to social and political life and how the church is administered. Indeed the entire family of CIBT, Faculty members, staff and students learn together to fulfill our academic mission. Vision CIBT is a leading tertiary institution, a place of excellence, devoted to providing an intellectual, moral and social environment that responds to the needs of a diverse and rapidly transforming society.
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GHANA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
GHANA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
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PRINCEFIELD COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
PRINCEFIELD COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE
About: Princefield College and Research is an independent charitable not for profit organization developed as a specialized university college. The College was conceived in 2008 to undertake research and professional education in nursing and allied health sciences. It is located on an approximately 23 acre land 15 kilometers east of Ho situated in Adaklu District (formerly Adaklu-Anyigbe District) along the main Ho-Aflao road in the Volta Region with an enterprise head office based in Accra. In 2013 completed the general requirements of accreditation with the National Accreditation Board. Admissions for 2015 begins now and school reopens in September. Vision: Establish an internationally recognised tertiary institution and research centre that develops future professionals with entrepreneurial abilities through sound, evidence-based teaching methods and policy relevant analysis. Affiliated with Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and accredited by National Accreditation Board , Medical & dental Council Nursing & Midwifery Council
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ST. MARGARET COLLEGE
ST. MARGARET COLLEGE
About: St. Margaret College was established through the efforts of Margaret Oteng.It began as a Creche in 1992.It later transformed into a primary school,Junior High School,senior High School then college.
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ENSIGN COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH
ENSIGN COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH
About: Ensign College of Public Health is a private, not-for-profit, non-sectarian institution. It is sponsored by Bob and Lynette Gay and other sponsors, who also have a desire to raise the standard of health in the communities of Africa. Ensign College of Public Health admits students of any race, colour, gender, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, national and ethnic origin in admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs, nor in employment.
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ALL NATIONS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
ALL NATIONS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
About: All Nations University College (ANUC) was established by the All Nations Full Gospel Church (ANFGC), Toronto, Canada through the All Nations International Development Agency (ANIDA). The Progenitor of the vision, Dr. Samuel Donkor challenged the African diaspora in North America to support the development of Africa by investing in Human Resource Development through quality higher education. The mission was to develop a new breed of leaders for the continent with holistic education that emphasizes academic excellence, Christian values, discipline and ethical values in a Christ centered environment. The government of Ghana readily embraced the idea in 1988, when Dr. Donkor sought permission for the All Nations University. But it was not until 1996 when the master plan was presented to the National Accreditation Board (NAB). Upon the advice of NAB, the University was incorporated in April 1996 and subsequently received the authority to establish the All Nations University in May 1996. After years of preparations, the University opened its doors to 37 pioneering students on November 4, 2002 for the Business and Computer Science undergraduate programs. Today ANUC has 12 accredited programs and over 2500 students
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UNIVERSITY OF ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES
UNIVERSITY OF ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES
About: VISION To become a world class institution for generating, advancing and applying knowledge in energy and natural resource sciences. MISSION To promote the development of human resources and skills required to solve critical energy and natural resources challenges of society and undertake interdisciplinary academic, research, and outreach programmes in engineering, science, economics and environmental policy. CORE VALUES In order to realize its vision and mission the University of Energy and Natural Resources shall be guided by the following core values: Promote innovation, creativity, freedom of thought and creative expression; Operate with integrity, commitment and transparency; Promote conservation of energy and the environment; Establish partnership with stakeholders in skills and knowledge generation and application; Respond to the needs of our students and partner communities Promote and incorporate sustainability concepts across all University courses/programmes as well as exemplifying the sustainability culture of staff, students and alumni. The University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) was established by an Act of Parliament, Act 830, 2011 on December 31, 2011. The University is a public funded national institution which seeks to provide leadership and management of energy and natural resources and be a centre of excellence in these critical areas. The University approaches its programmes and research emphasizing interdisciplinary collaboration and taking into account, areas such as economics, law and policy, management, science, technology and engineering as well as social and political issues affecting energy and natural resources. Prior to the passing of the bill establishing the University into law, the then President, the late Prof. J.E.A Mills set up a National Task Force Planning Committee on January 8, 2010 with the mandate to develop, organize and supervise the implementation of the programme for the establishment of the two new Universities at Volta and Brong Ahafo Regions. The 24-member Task Force was chaired by Prof. Samuel Kofi Sefah-Dedeh, a former Dean of the Faculty of Engineering Services, University of Ghana with Hon. Dr. Christina Amoako-Nuamah of the Office of the President, Castle Osu as the convener. Following the recommendations of the Committee, the former President, Prof. J.E.A Mills cut the sod for the commencement of the University at Sunyani on February 8, 2011. The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology also handed over its campus of Faculty of Forest Resources Technology to the UENR at a colorful ceremony at Sunyani on June 7, 2012. When fully operational, the University would have six schools. These are: School of Engineering; School of Sciences; School of Geosciences; School of Agriculture and Technology; School of Natural Resources; and School of Graduate Studies The University is a multi campus set-up and currently has three campuses located in Sunyani, Nsoatre and Dormaa Ahenkro. The Sunyani campus which is approximately 85 acres is home to the School of Sciences; School of Natural Resources; School of Graduate Studies and the Main Administration of the University as well as the University Library. The School of Engineering would be located at the Nsoatre campus which is approximately 2,000 acres. The School of Agriculture and Technology and Geosciences would be situated on approximately 2000 acres of land at the Dormaa campus. The University would also have four field training stations in Mim, Bronsankoro and Kyeraa for the Agriculture and Forest Resources Management students and one at Bui for Engineering students. The University hopes to become a centre of excellence for the training of scientists and technologians for Ghana and beyond.
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KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
About: Our Strategic Mandate The Act establishing the University defines its mandate, which essentially is to provide higher education, undertake research, disseminate knowledge and foster relationships with the outside persons and bodies. The strategic mandate of the University is derived from Science and Technology in its name. Our Vision To be globally recognised as the Premier Centre of excellence in Africa for teaching in Science and Technology for development; producing high calibre graduates with knowledge and expertise to support the industrial and socio-economic development of Ghana and Africa. In summary, the vision can be stated as "Advancing knowledge in Science and Technology for sustainable development in Africa" Our Mission To provide an environment for teaching, research and entrepreneurship training in Science and Technology for the industrial and socio-economic development of Ghana, Africa and other nations. KNUST also offers service to community, is open to all the people of Ghana and positioned to attract scholars, industrialists and entrepreneurs from Africa and other international community. Our Core Values Leadership in Innovation and Technology Culture of Excellence Diversity and Equal Opportunity for All Integrity and Stewardship of Resources
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INSTITUTE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT STUDIES
INSTITUTE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT STUDIES
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AFRICAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION, ACCRA
AFRICAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION, ACCRA
About: AFRICAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATIONS (AUCC), formerly known as the Africa Institute of Journalism & Communications (AIJC), is a private tertiary institution established in 2002 by Hon. Kojo Yankah, former editor of Ghana’s widest circulation newspaper, the Daily Graphic, nine years Director of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, seven years Minister of State, and eight years Member of Parliament. The Institute admitted the first batch of Diploma students for its Communication Studies programme in 2002, and was formally accredited as a tertiary institution by the National Accreditation Board (NAB) in 2004. In 2007, the Institute received another approval from the National Accreditation Board to offer Bachelor of Arts degree courses and became known as the African University College of Communications (AUCC) becoming the first university in Africa to offer journalism and communication studies as its flagship. In 2010, AUCC was again granted accreditation by NAB to offer Bachelor of Science degree courses in Business Administration. The University College is affiliated with the University of Ghana for the award of its degrees.The mission of AUCC as a higher educational institution is to prepare lifelong learners to become innovative problem-solvers and ethical leaders through excellence in inter-disciplinary teaching, research, and collaboration using a Pan-African framework.Our vision is to become a centre of excellence in communication, business and related areas by providing opportunities for student learning, research, professional and economic development for the progress of the continent of Africa and the global community. See About us How to apply Obtain a valid AUCC Registration Card Log on to the website Click on "Click here to Register" Submit your card´s serial and pin number Fill your application form after card validation Preview your application Save your application with the option of editing at a later time OR Submit to conclude your application Print Two(2) copies of confirmation page Attach one copy along with photocopy of your results slip and any other document deemed important and forward by post to: THE REGISTRAR, AUCC. P.o Box LG 510, LEGON, ACCRA, GHANA Quote your Application Reference Number on the envelope Apply now About the African University College of Communications (AUCC) AFRICAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATIONS (AUCC), formerly known as the Africa Institute of Journalism & Communications (AIJC), is a private tertiary institution established in 2002 by Hon. Kojo Yankah, former editor of Ghana’s widest circulation newspaper, the Daily Graphic, nine years Director of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, seven years Minister of State, and eight years Member of Parliament. The Institute admitted the first batch of Diploma students for its Communication Studies programme in 2002, and was formally accredited as a tertiary institution by the National Accreditation Board (NAB) in 2004. In 2007, the Institute received another approval from the National Accreditation Board to offer Bachelor of Arts degree courses and became known as the African University College of Communications (AUCC) becoming the first university in Africa to offer journalism and communication studies as its flagship. In 2010, AUCC was again granted accreditation by NAB to offer Bachelor of Science degree courses in Business Administration. The University College is affiliated with the University of Ghana for the award of its degrees. External universities affiliated with AUCC include Simmons College, Emerson College, Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Ohio University all based in the USA and the College of Bahamas on the island of Bahamas in North America. The University College has established several centres and institutions in order to offer opportunities for continuous learning to its students as well as interested members of the general public. These include the Kwabena Nketia Centre for Africana Studies, the AUCC Pensions Academy, the Executive Education Centre, the AUCC/Mo Ibrahim Media Monitoring Centre and the AUCC/World Bank Development and Information Centre. The Komla Dumor Centre for Broadcast Journalism is also set to be launched at AUCC on Saturday, October 3, 2015. In March 2012, a joint radio programme by Level 300 students of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) and their counterparts in Simmons College in Boston, U.S.A. won the "Most Innovative Programming in College Radio" award in New York, USA. AUCC has been rated as a potential centre of excellence in media and communication studies by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). In this regard, AUCC in collaboration with UNESCO works together to organize projects aimed at improving the quality of journalism on the continent. These include the following: consultative meetings on building partnerships with women journalists (December 2010), workshop on Mainstreaming Gender and Minorities into Journalism Education (April 2012), offering of academic support to the Mass Communication Department of the University of Liberia (2014). In 2015, AUCC in partnership with UNESCO organised two workshops aimed at improving the science, health and environmental journalism curriculum in journalism institutions in Ghana as well as a media skills training workshop for journalists to improve upon their reportage of news on science, health and the environment (May 2015). Again in May 2015, AUCC was awarded the grant from UNESCO’s International Programme for Developmental Communications (IPDC) fund to train journalists on effective climate change reporting. Copyright © 2015 Follow on Twitter Follow on Facebook Contacts Discovery House,No.2 Jones Nelson Link, Off Kojo Thompson Road. Adabraka, Accra, Ghana Telephone: + 233 302 258 586 Fax: +233 50 601 2705 +233 303 934 644 +233 303 934 645 Postal Address:The Registrar, AUCC,P.O.Box LG 510 Legon, Accra, Ghana Email: info@aucc.edu.gh Quick links About us BSc. in Business Administration B.A in Communication Studies Apply Now Contact us News and Events Picture Gallery Back to Top
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JAYEE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
JAYEE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
About: JAYEE is the acronym of ‘JOHN EMMANUEL’, the initials of the names of the founder and President, Mr J E Donkoh, of the JAYEE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. The University College started modestly as a secretarial school with eight (8) students at YMCA, Adabraka – Accra in 1988. With time, the students’ number grew, and it became necessary for a more spacious campus. Jayee consequently, relocated to the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra. The name was changed from Jayee Secretarial School to Jayee Professional Training Institute. The programmes that were run included English and French Languages (beginner, intermediate and proficiency), Computer programmes, Computer Integrated Secretaryship and Bi-lingual Secretaryship. The desire to expand and include marketable and more preferred programmes led to the acquisition of its present campus at Royal Palm Avenue, McCarthy Hill on the Mallam – Kasoa highway in 1999. Jayee got affiliated to the University of Education, Winneba in 2004 and re-named as Jayee Institute. The Institute was accredited by the National Accreditation Board to run a 3-year Advanced Diploma in Journalism (with options in Sports Reporting, Political Reporting, Environmental Reporting, and Economic Reporting) and Business Administration (with options in Accounting, Secretaryship and Management, Public Relations and Marketing). There is a 2-year Non-Tertiary Diploma in Office Management and Secretaryship. Since then Jayee’s academic affairs have been monitored by her mentor, the University of Education, Winneba. In 2008, the National Accreditation Board re-accredited Jayee to run 4-year degree programmes.
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