About: Marshalls is a well-rounded Private University which is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange. Marshalls had accreditation from the National Accreditation Board (NAB) to operate as a tertiary institution from 1st September 2012. It is affiliated to the University of Cape Coast, Ghana and Microsoft Technology Academy in the USA. Marshalls currently has four Schools, namely J.S. Addo Business School (JSABS), the School of Modern Languages (SML), the School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS) and Marshalls School of Technology (SOT).
REGENT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
About: The Regent University College of Science and Technology, Regent-Ghana, is located in Accra, Ghana. It was registered in September 2003 as a company limited by guarantee. It received accreditation to operate as a tertiary institution in 2004, and in January 2005 it started its maiden lectures with about 30 pioneer students at its maiden campus, the Trinity Campus, at Mataheko, near Accra. It initially operated satellite campuses at Dansoman, Lartebiorkoshie, and on Graphic, Fadama, Accra. Today Regent-Ghana is located on the main campus at the McCarthy Hill to the west of Accra. Regent-Ghana now has four Schools, namely, School of Business and Leadership (SBL), School of Informatics Engineering & Technology (SIET), Faculty of Arts and Science (FAS), and the Institute of Languages & General Studies. There is also the Language Centre and a newly-established Centre for Academic Writing. A number of interdisciplinary programmes cross the boundaries between schools and disciplines. Locally, Regent-Ghana is affiliated to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi; University of Education, Winneba and the Trinity Theological Seminary at Legon, Accra. Its international partners are Trier University of Applied Sciences, Umwelt campus, Birkenfield, Germany; Maastricht School of management, Netherlands; and St Mary's university of Canada. The University is also a member of the Conference of Heads of Private Universities, Ghana. The mission of Regent-Ghana is raising highly skilful, visionary, Ethical, and God-fearing leaders to function as change agents. The university community shares in the vision of the founder and president, Prof. E. Kingsley Larbi, to establish and maintain one of the leading and finest institutions in the world. It is dedicated to ensuring that every member of faculty, staff, and alumni of the University is committed to socio-economic and spiritual renewal. This understanding informs and fashions the investment we make into our students, faculty, and supporting staff. Motivated by a dedicated and visionary leadership, ICT-driven curricula, and Christian ethical values, we aim at having our students fully prepared to effectively spearhead national and industrial development anywhere in the global community. The principal governing body of the university is the University Council. Authority in purely academic matters lies with the Senate (Senatus Academicus). The Regent Ghana Students' Union (RGSU) provides a variety of services and facilities for the student population. The RGSU executives and parliament represent students on various committees and organizations, both within and without the university.
About: The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) was established in September, 1992 as a University College under PNDC Law 322. On 14th May, 2004 the University of Education Act, Act 672 was enacted to upgrade the status of the University College of Education of Winneba to the status of a full University. The University College of Education of Winneba brought together seven diploma awarding colleges located in different towns under one umbrella institution. These Colleges were the Advanced Teacher Training College, the Specialist Training College and the National Academy of Music, all at Winneba; the School of Ghana Languages, Ajumako; the College of Special Education, Akwapim-Mampong; the Advanced Technical Training College, Kumasi; and the St. Andrews Agricultural Training College, Mampong-Ashanti. The three sites in Winneba now referred to as the Winneba campus is the seat of the Vice-Chancellor with satellite campuses at Kumasi, Mampong and Ajumako.
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.