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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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S S PETER AND PAUL PASTORAL AND SOCIAL INSTITUTE
S S PETER AND PAUL PASTORAL AND SOCIAL INSTITUTE
About: College Name: S S Peter and Paul Pastoral and Social Institute Address: P. O. Box 52 Upper West Region
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NEW LIFE COLLEGE
NEW LIFE COLLEGE
About: We have well trained Lecturers and instructors with Masters, Degrees and Diploma in various areas of Education. The Lectures and Instructors have worked in many institutions and have much experience to help you achieve your dream in life. In new life college our aim is to help you let your dream come through. We just don’t lecture or instruct but makes sure we deliver to expectation and students understand. We also have special time for slow learners.
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ACCRA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
ACCRA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
About: History Medical education in Ghana started in 1962 with the establishment of the University of Ghana Medical School. To meet the growing demand for doctors by the Ghanaian population, the School of Medical Sciences in KNUST was set up in 1975 to train doctors and other health professionals. This was followed by the establishment of the University for Development Studies (UDS) School of Health Sciences in 2006 to train doctors with a focus on helping to solve the developmental problems in the North of Ghana. In 2009, the University of Cape Coast also set up a medical school with the aim of supplementing the medical education currently provided. Plans are also underway at the University of Health and Allied Sciences, in the Volta Region, to set up a medical school to train doctors for the nation. However, all of these schools currently graduate only about 400 doctors a year that means that many very qualified Ghanaian candidates are turned away. The Accra College of Medicine seeks to begin to plug this hole by admitting 60 of such students each year. Vision:TO BECOME A LEADER IN MEDICAL EDUCATION IN GHANA AND AFRICA.
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ADVANCED BUSINESS COLLEGE
ADVANCED BUSINESS COLLEGE
About: The present Advanced Business College (ABC) was formally launched in September 2005 as a Ghana educational institution to admit students to courses leading to certificates, diplomas and degrees. However, ABC was given birth to by an earlier Information Technology (IT) educational institution from which it derives its spiritual strength and inspirational impetus. Both the mother institution, Soft warehouse International Limited, and the present ABC were founded by the same person, Mr Ebenezer K. Ampiah, an entrepreneur and a leading Computer Analyst. The objective of the Soft warehouse International Limited was two-fold; namely, software development and manpower training. Mr Ampiah’s long-term vision was to produce highly qualified middle-level manpower for business and industry in Ghana and the African region as a whole. After running this institution for a while, he realised that although it was adequate for present needs, his objectives were too narrow to help him achieve the more comprehensive educational goals that would benefit his country and its neighbours. His intuition told him that his new, somewhat limited, creation could open up whole new vistas if he moved one step further to widen the scope of the objectives of Soft warehouse International Limited by evolving a connecting superstructure for human resource development. The hallmark of this would be relevance. Relevant human-resource development, in his conception, meant the creation of potentially unlimited but accessible opportunities for training in human development for sectors of the economy. Such a programme required that ICT and other disciplines should be brought together to create a unified educational programme whose output of trained professionals and business students would be relevant to economic development. After a period of careful planning and feasibility studies whose results assured him of the viability of his proposed course, he took the vital step of registering the Advanced Business College as a tertiary educational institution under the Companies Code 1963, Act 179 as a body corporate limited by shares with perpetual succession and a common seal. At this point in the evolution of the institution educational consultants and other planners were requested to prepare the necessary documents for the launch of teaching programmes. After a number of checks and trials, ABC was registered by the Ghana Education Service to run the Advanced Business Certificate Examination (ABCE) in 2006 with registration number GES/GAR/PT/BS/01B/2006. Having run the ABCE programme for a test period, an application was made to the National Accreditation Board (NAB) to start a Bachelor’s degree programme. Applications were made to some universities in the country to be affiliated with. In the end it was decided to affiliate with the University of Education, Winneba (UEW). There were a number of reasons for choosing UEW as ABC’s mentor, but the main reason given by the founding fathers was that the mission of the new college – which is manpower training and development – would be best served by initial association with a university whose objective was the training of teachers and educationists for development. Another reason was that UEW ran all the programmes which the new College planned to teach. The College’s application to NAB was granted in January 2007 with registration number NAB/IAc/000086. It was granted programme accreditation in September 2008. The ABC signed an affiliation instrument with the University of Education, Winneba, in 2008. In addition to the University of Education, Winneba, the College is currently in affiliation with the National Board for Professional and Technician Examination (NABPTEX). Since its inception, the College has earned recognition over the years as a result of its association with a number of internationally recognised institutions. These include the London Centre of Marketing (LCM), the Institute of Commercial Management (ICM), the Association of Business Managers and Administrators (ABMA), the Institute of Professional and Executive Development (IPED), and ACCA. These granted ABC affiliation to run professional courses for their various qualification categories. The College, thus, currently serves as a learning centre for students pursuing programmes with these international bodies. It also collaborates with E-partners in practical business training programmes which prepare ABC graduates for the job market. The College is also in a process of starting, in the immediate future, a joint programme with Texila American University which will train students in nursing and the medical sciences.
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NOBEL INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL
NOBEL INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL
About: OUR VISION To be recognized as the leading practical business school in Africa which develops, educates and trains business leaders and professionals throughout their careers. OUR MISSION To develop innovative business and professional leaders who have habits of the mind – at once flexible and insightful, informed by experience and yet oriented towards innovation – and thus capable of advancing areas of organizational practice to achieve measurable results.
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NATIONAL FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE
NATIONAL FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE
About: Provide academic and professional training in film and television production as well as to strengthen the institutional capacity for quality delivery. Provide Human Resource Development Programmes for staff so as to facilitate increased efficiency. Ensure free flow of relevant public information in pursuance of the open government policy. Project the image of the country in collaboration with other government agencies to attract foreign investment. Our Vision To be one of the best media arts training institutions in the world. Our Mission A Centre of excellence in media arts education in Africa; with equal emphasis on both scholarship and professional development that promotes critical reflection and appropriate representation of African cultures .The National Film and Television Institute (NAFTI) was established in 1978 by the Government of Ghana as a public Institution of Higher Education in Film and Television Production. NAFTI has a campus spread over three studios all within walking distance in a quiet residential vicinity of Accra. Since its inception in 1978, NAFTI has fostered professional and academic excellence in film and television education. The Institute has maintained this high level of performance over the years and consequently has drawn students from many parts of sub-Saharan Africa including Benin , Burkina Faso , Burundi , Cameroon , Ethiopia , Gambia , Ghana , Mali , Nigeria , South Africa , Swaziland , Uganda , Tanzania , Zambia and Zimbabwe . Thus, NAFTI’s graduates have been influential in shaping the film and television industry in Ghana and in Africa. The Institute offered three-year professional programmes leading to the award of Diploma until 1999, when, in affiliation with the University of Ghana, it commenced full-time four-year professional Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in addition to two-year Diploma programmes. The two-year Diploma programmes are essentially intended for industry practitioners who wish to update their knowledge and skills. NAFTI has over the years also provided diverse collaborative technical support for projects within and outside the continent. The Institute is a full member of the renowned International Association of Film and Television Academies and Universities (CILECT). As a pace-setter in film and television education in sub-Saharan Africa , NAFTI is proud to become the first full member of this prestigious Association from the Region. The training programme at NAFTI is designed to develop in the students scholarly, creative and professional approach to film making and television production. The Institute recognises its unique role in the development and propagation of African culture and therefore encourages each student to develop his creative talents to be able to face the challenge of producing materials that reflect the spiritual and intellectual aspiration of the African peoples. In order to accomplish these goals, NAFTI endows its students with modern facilities and equipment. The main NAFTI Library houses the largest book stock (about 25,000) and, film and television materials. The Library subscribes to twenty professional serials (periodicals, journals, magazines) and its collections also cover other branches of the arts which are related to NAFTI’s core discipline of film and television. NAFTI has a well-equipped television studio, film and video production equipment, computer animation facilities, still photo laboratory, viewing theatres, etc. NAFTI aspires to maintain and further establish a reputation for excellence in film and television education, and also aims to be a worldwide model for other regional institutions of higher education and thereby attract more funding and other forms of support.
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REGENTROPFEN COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES
REGENTROPFEN COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCES
About: Welcome to the haven of knowledge for pace setters. We promote talents! 'REGENTROPFEN' is a German word and means raindrops. It is not just a name, but more so it serves as the program of the "University" College.
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ABOT College of Health Sciences and Technology
ABOT College of Health Sciences and Technology
About: ABOT (an acronym for ABrafi and OToo, concatenated) is poised to be a specialty tertiary educational institution. ABOT is a family-owned private institution. After she has practiced as a nurse for nearly twenty years in the USA, Becky and I decided to integrate the disciplinary areas of health sciences with my over thirty-years of training, teaching and research in applied computing technology in the USA, to create ABOT as a state-of-the-practice environment for effective instructional delivery, research, and training of students. The uniqueness of ABOT is grounded in its focus, its adoption of technology-driven and state-of-the-practice instrumentation, and its vision to research and develop hardware and software solutions aimed at supporting healthcare instruction, delivery, and management. Our nursing, midwifery, and computing technology students study side-by-side and exchange ideas that lead to innovation. Our facilities are par excellence, including over 150-bed occupancy in two residential halls; state-of-the-art clinical/demonstration and network of computer laboratories; a library with holdings of both print and e-books which are accessible on 24/7 basis using ABOT’s intranet and Internet connectivity; classrooms equipped with Learning Management System interfaces; a secured environment; and an overall atmosphere for learning that is underscored by good nutritional services, healthy lifestyle, a basic amenities like 24/7 water-resource for all students and staff. We welcome people of all races, gender, creed, nationality, and those with physical challenges. Browse through the website for gems of information! COME visit ABOT Campus!! COME and see for yourself!!! THEN come and join the ABOT family!!!! Prof. Patrick Otoo Bobbie, PhD Founder and CEO
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LUCAS COLLEGE
LUCAS COLLEGE
About: LUCAS College is a tertiary higher education institution accredited in Ghana since 2016. Starting January 2017, LUCAS is offering Bachelor and Master's programmes accredited by the Ghana National Accreditation Board (NAB). The College builds on the experience of its sponsors and educational partners (GIMPA, Griffith College - Dublin (IRELAND), Pigier, ISCOM, MBWay, MDS MyDigitalSchool (FRANCE). At launch, LUCAS comprises three schools: Business & Administration - Information Systems & Technology - Hospitality & Tourism. The year 2018 will see the addition of other schools of importance to Ghana and its economy. Visit our Dzorwulu campus and see how you could put yourself on the professional success track.
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ACCRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (AIT)
ACCRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (AIT)
About: The Accra Institute of Technology (AIT) is an independent technology-focused research university, committed to academic excellence, cutting-edge research and R&D work. The University is modeled on internationally recognized institutes of technologies like the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the California Institute of Technology (CALTECH) both ranked in the top 10 of the world ranking of universities.Our mission is to become a cradle of excellence in education, training and research through providing leadership in the educational and the technological world by carefully selecting students of character, integrity, determination and motivation, and choosing individuals of outstanding character, commitment, ability and vision to serve as trustees, officers and faculty. We by this mission are committed to pursuing those areas of teaching, training, research and scholarship that would most help to develop the individual, and promote knowledge, excellence, and industry in the service to humanity. In line with our mission, AIT values integrity, collaboration, efficiency, innovation, and inclusiveness in all that it does and seeks to promote and support excellence in education for its students, faculty, departments, and the university as a whole. AIT, in the pursuance of its "cradle of excellence mission", prides itself on its motto: service to humanity, leadership and success in scholarship.
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SPIRITAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
SPIRITAN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
About: Established in 1990, Spiritan University College is a private higher education institution located in Ejisu, Ashanti. Officially accredited/recognized by the National Accreditation Board, Ghana (National Accreditation Board, Ghana), Spiritan University College (SUC) is a coeducational higher education institution formally affiliated with the Christian-Catholic religion. Spiritan University College (SUC) offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees in several areas of study. SUC also provides several academic and non-academic facilities and services to students including a library, as well as administrative services.
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