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TAKORADI TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
TAKORADI TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
About: The Takoradi Technical University was established in September, 2016, as a result of the government’s policy to convert Takoradi Polytechnic, among five other Polytechnics, to the status of Technical University. In effect, since April 1954, Takoradi Technical University (formerly Takoradi Polytechnic) has existed as a Government Technical Institute under the Ghana Education Service of the Ministry of Education. During that pe­riod, the institute offered programmes mainly at the Craft and Technician Certificate levels in commercial and technical subjects, awarding Royal Society of Arts (RSA) and City and Guilds of Lon­don, United Kingdom. However, in 1990, the Ghana Education Service took over the awards of the above-mentioned certificates. As part of the Ghana Educational Reforms which began in the 1980s, the Takoradi Technical Institute and five other similar institutions were upgraded by the Polytechnic Act 321 (PNDC Law 1993) to become part of the Ghana Tertiary Education System. The Polytechnics, per the law, began to offer Higher National Diploma (HND) programmers in the 1993/1994 academic year. These reforms mandated the polytechnics to compliment the role of the Universities to increase access to tertiary education for the training of middle and higher-level manpower. A Bill proposed by the Ministry of Education and considered by Cabinet of Government in 2014 was passed by Parliament as an Act in August 2016 with the assent of the President, converting some polytechnics into technical universities as full-fledged tech­nical universities. In view of that, the Takoradi Polytechnic Council adopted the name “Takoradi Technical University” which has been duly registered with the Registrar General’s Department of Ghana. Currently, Takoradi Technical University has three (3) campuses: Effia Kuma (Takoradi), Butumagyebu (Sekondi) and Akatakyi (Agona-Nkwanta). The Akatakyi Campus is the largest of the three, with an acreage of 152.3
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TRINITY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
TRINITY THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
About: ABOUT Trinity Theological Seminary is the primest and leading ecumenical theological tertiary in Ghana and indeed in the West Africa sub-region. it is housed on a beautiful 70-acre site, seven miles from Accra. The campus is an ideal and serene setting for study, meditation, personal growth and developement. The seminary is in existence to offer Christian training, teaching, guidance, counselling, practical experience and an enabling environment to resource leaders for holistic ministry. BRIEF HISTORY Trinity Theological Seminary was founded in 1942 as an ecumenical effort in ministerial training by three original sponsoring churches. These three sponsoring churches where: Methodist Church Ghana, Presbyterian Church of Ghana, and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. In 1967, the joint Anglican Diocesan Council of Ghana, now the Accra Diocese, joined the three, which was followed by the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. In our bid to extend out training and facilities to all, we now have non-sponsoring churches that have their clergy trained here. These churches include the African Independent Churches, Charismatic and Pentecostal Churches. We also have rich cross-cultural environment which is enjoyed by foreign students and visiting lectures who come from different parts of the world.
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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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COLLEGE OF INTERGRATED HEALTHCARE
COLLEGE OF INTERGRATED HEALTHCARE
About: With the resources and opportunities of a major research college in a welcoming, the College of Integrated Healthcare offers a unique learning experience to over 220 students. The College has two main campuses namely the North Campus and South Campus. The North Campus which is located at Gausu Extension, Obuasi, houses the Administration block, the College Phytomedical Clinic and the Department of Medical Laboratory Technology. The South Campus on the other hand is located at Nhyiaeso a suburb of Obuasi. This is the main campus of the College and houses the Departments of Midwifery and Complementary Healthcare Programmes. The College of Integrated Healthcare is affiliated to the University of Cape Coast. Accreditation is by the National Accreditation Board of the Ministry of Education. The college is also accredited by the following Professional Bodies under the Ministry of Health: Nursing and Midwifery Council, Allied Health Professions Council and Traditional Medicine Practice Council.
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KESSBEN COLLEGE
kESSBEN COLLEGE
About: KC, a privately-owned tertiary institution, seeks to offer tertiary level education to all qualified applicants irrespective of race, religion, creed, nationality, gender, age, culture or other backgrounds, that will prepare them to contribute to the socio-economic development of Ghana and the broader world. KC seeks to offer competitive demand-driven programmes of study that will ensure that it becomes a centre of excellence and, therefore a College of choice for prospective students. Vision KC envisions to become a centre of excellence for the dissemination of knowledge and skills to produce high quality human resources to meet the ever-changing socio-economic developmental needs of society. Mission Our mission is to provide congenial environment for teaching, research, entrepreneurship and community service geared towards the socio-economic development of society and promoting innovative and multidisciplinary as well as integrated approaches to problem solving, and being an equal opportunity employer as it seeks to recruit and retain high calibre staff and students.
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BLUE CREST COLLEGE
BLUE CREST COLLEGE
About: BlueCrest College was conceived in 1999 as the front runner in IT Education and Training with the core objective of addressing the IT needs of Ghana. To value-add to its offerings of Certificates and Diplomas in ICT, BlueCrest College entered into an affiliation agreement with University of Education, Winneba. Under this partnership, BlueCrest College started offering undergraduate degree programmes. The College had one Faculty at the onset – Faculty of Technology with only one Department – Department of Information and Communication Technology. However in 2012 College, with a vision of offering wide range of programs in diverse fields, constituted one more faculty. Presently,the College has two (2) Faculties namely, Faculty of Technology and Faculty of Business and one School of Fashion & Design with a total of four (4) departments. BlueCrest College is accredited by National Accreditation Board of Ghana as a Private Tertiary Institution. BlueCrest College is very popular among prospective applicants because of the diverse nature of programmes offered to students. The College has an innovative and flexible approach towards academic instructions that incorporates multiple programme paths to suit their future aspirations. Though all programmes are directed at training students to become seasoned in their chosen field, they are also developed to promote self-employment as successful entrepreneurs and provide employment opportunities to the youth
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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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MARSHALLS COLLEGE
MARSHALLS COLLEGE
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).
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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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GHANA INSTITUTE OF LANGUAGES
GHANA INSTITUTE OF LANGUAGES
About: Welcome to the Ghana Institute of Languages. By visiting our website, you have become part of one of Ghana's unique institutions of higher learning in the area of modern languages, and the first of its type in sub-Saharan Africa. The Ghana Institute of Languages (GIL) is a tertiary institution that was established in 1961 with the aim of helping promote African unity through the teaching of non-Ghanaian languages. The Institute also has the mandate the Government on issues relating to language policy. It carries out the teaching of English, French, German, Arabic, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian at beginner, intermediate and proficiency levels, and also carries out research in and about the teaching of these languages. We also offer professionally relevant courses in bilingual secretaryship and translation, which give our graduates ready employment at home and abroad. We used to teach Swahili and Hausa, but these have been discontinued due to lack of patronage and/or teachers. We hope to reintroduce them as soon as conditions permit. Plans are however advanced for the introduction of Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese and Korean, as these languages have become major players on the industrial and economic stage in Ghana and around the world. A Translation Bureau (The TransBureau) provides translation, interpretation and secretarial services at conferences and trade fairs. Additionally, we offer tour guiding and liaison services.Many graduates of the School of Bilingual Secretaryship and School of Translators now work all over the world in places such as the African Union (AU), the African Development Bank (ABD), the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the African, Caribbean and Pacific Countries (ACP), the United Nations Organization (UNO), the International Development Programme (IDEP), and in other governmental and non-governmental organizations. Our students in the School of Languages graduate with language skills which give them self-confidence and that special edge in their various fields of professional, academic and personal activity. Our flourishing and innovative academic community comprises dedicated lecturers, tutors, translators and interpreters with the capacity to evolve groundbreaking ideas in their fields of calling and inclination. Our students are a wide range of ages and backgrounds, and come from all parts of Africa and overseas. Joining our Institute is a sure sign of your intellectual and/or professional vision to chart a meaningful path towards a distinctive career. This website leads you into the Institute's historical, professional, intellectual and organizational environment, and allows you to opt for any of our numerous courses and/or services. It is my great pleasure and privilege to welcome you to a smooth and fruitful navigation on the site of the Ghana Institute of Languages.
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ACADEMIC CITY COLLEGE GHANA
ACADEMIC CITY COLLEGE GHANA
About: Academic City College, a NAB accredited institution, has been catering to the tertiary education needs of Ghanaian and west-African students since 2009. Since inception, the College has been offering high quality Bachelors’ and Masters’ degree programmes in Management, Information Technology and Journalism & Mass Communication. From its humble beginnings at a small campus with less than hundred students, Academic City College has grown today to a student strength of more than 2500 at its state-of-the-art campus ‘Academic City’, located in the heart of Accra. In the past few years, 'Academic City College' campus has become the hub for numerous academic activities including educational seminars, research conferences and student activities. The College’s alumni have established themselves as distinguished professionals in various fields, working at reputed organizations such as international banks, manufacturing firms, corporate offices, government departments, financial institutions and educational institutions in Ghana and West Africa.Our Vision Vision of Academic City College To be an institution committed to academic excellence that enables access to world class education and to developing future leaders contributing to society at large Mission of Academic City College To achieve global leadership in human development through high quality education To provide education that has practical relevance, hence equipping students with the latest skills, technologies and knowledge and making them employable To undertake constant research in updating and upgrading the Institution on the path of academic excellence To deliver the high quality education to the broadest spectrum of the population, hence filling the demand-supply gap in education
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INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES
INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES
About: We are unique in Ghana, in the sense that French is a key component of our curriculum. On completion, ICMS students should be able to communicate satisfactorily in French and that will enable them gain employment in international organizations and companies where French is required as a working language.
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