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).
AeroVector is a unique aviation training company; our training programmes are structured in such a way that they result in the personal development of the individual, to inspire in them a desire to excel in their specialized field of study. At AeroVector we instil in our candidates aspirations to perform to the highest standards of professional, ethical competence & integrity possible, and we do this by encouraging them to cultivate a positive attitude towards absolute proficiency. We offer continued necessary support to personnel well after the completion of their courses, as we conduct recurrent training including continuous coaching and mentoring.
AeroVector is the only aviation training centre in Ghana licensed to conduct Flight Dispatcher Training, Cabin Crew Training, and Dangerous Goods Regulations Training. Realizing the need to fill this vacuum, AeroVector was set up in the year 2006 to offer training services in this niche market to the airlines as well as the general public, and we rose to the challenge, to help train personnel in the various disciplines of the aviation industry to the highest standard acceptable in the world. The training modules for the various courses are tailored to meet the standard set up by ICAO, IATA, FIATA, GCAA and the UN.
Organisation Development (OD) Institute has its origins in the Organisation Capacity Improvement Consultants (OCIC) International, United Kingdom, a private Organisation Development (OD) company. The Institute was established after over a decade of institutional partnership as a business model between the University of Cape Coast (UCC), Ghana and (OCIC) International, United Kingdom, in running Organisation Development (OD) Practitioner Training programmes at Postgraduate Diploma, Master’s and Doctorate degree levels between 2003 and 2014. The primary objective of the Institute is to build organisational leaders and change managers in Africa and beyond through practical teaching and data-driven research.
The OD Institute is accredited by the National Accreditation Board (NAB) of Ghana and the International Society for Organisation Development and Change (ISODC), United States of America. It is affiliated to the University of Cape Coast (UCC).
The Institute currently runs Master of Arts (MA) Degree and Postgraduate Diploma in Organisation Development. Other programmes to be mounted soon include MA Monitoring and Evaluation, MA Managerial Psychology, MA Human Resource Management and MA Development, Governance and Policy Studies.
The Governing Council is chaired by Prof. Albert A. Addo – Quaye and the President is Mr. Noble Kumawu supported by highly experienced staff in the management of the Institute.
Wisconsin International University College is one of the leading private universities in Ghana. The University College offers 14 Undergraduate and 3 Postgraduate programmes as well as short courses. Established in 1998, WIUC-Ghana received its Interim Accreditation in January 2000 and was one of the first private universities to do so.
Wisconsin has two campuses in Accra - the Main Campus is in North Legon, while the City Campus is located at St Paul's Lutheran Complex in Kanda.
The University College is affiliated to all three leading public universities - the University of Ghana, University of Cape Coast and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). All its programmes are accredited by the National Accreditation Board.
Wisconsin welcomes students from around the world. There are currently over 25 nationalities represented on its student body.
The University College has a modern study environment, including a 600-seater capacity library, Moot Court, Nursing Skills lab and much more.
Wisconsin International University College - Leaders in International Education
The College has its roots in Ghana Telecom’s flagship Training Centre, which was one of a kind in West Africa. It was first used as a Royal Air Force (RAF) Training School during the Second World War and subsequently handed to Cable and Wireless to train Telecommunications Technicians for British West African Countries ( i.e., Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and The Gambia).
The Training Centre progressed rapidly through deregulation and privatization to become the main source of teaching and certification in Telecommunications Engineering for Ghana Telecom employees as well as other institutions in Ghana and West Africa.
In 2005, Ghana Telecom’s management upgraded the infrastructure and equipment to modern standards in preparation for converting the training centre into a university for telecommunication and multimedia engineering & information technology.
"The mission of GTUC is to be a centre of excellence in education, research, teaching, intellectual creativity and innovation The University will promote relevant cutting-edge technology, leadership development and an enterprise culture to enhance the delivery of value to its customers and stakeholders."
In our role as teaching institution, GTUC offers instruction in certificate, baccalaureate, and postgraduate programs through its three faculties of Engineering, Informatics and IT Business.
The University commits itself to providing broad and practical instruction to all its students, and encourages interdisciplinary work and the integration of instruction and research opportunities.
The university faculty and staff are committed to helping students excel and be familiar with a changing world.
In its role as a research university, GTUC fosters the discovery and study of critical issues in areas of academic and professional study. Rigorous assessments and reviews are central to advancing its research programs and creative activities, as are participation and leadership in national and international academic disciplines.
In its role as a contributor to public life, GTUC fosters reflection on the values and goals of society. The university augments its own programs and enriches the larger community with its libraries, expertise, facilities and other activities.
Faculty, staff, and students of the university are encouraged to contribute time and expertise to community and professional service.
"GTUC’s vision is to be a centre of academic excellence providing training in technology oriented education to meet the needs of Ghana and the sub-region."
Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) is a new university for the new Ghana.
The Ghana of today is rich with tradition and culture, and with talented men and women who have been shaped by this heritage. The new Ghana, the Ghana that has decided to join the global economy, has to help its citizens develop the skills and knowledge they need to take part in the new economy. GTUC is dedicated to this mission.
The new economy is a knowledge economy, a globalized network economy made possible by the new information and communication technologies (ICTs). For Ghanaian organizations to operate successfully in this economy they need mid- and high-level professionals who can plan, organize, operate, maintain and manage these telecommunication and ICT-based services.
The graduates of GTUC’s certificate and degree programs possess the theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience that equips them for successful careers in the telecommunication and ICT industries, and as ICT professionals in any Ghanaian business or organization needing ICT talent.
The focus on preparing graduates for the Engineering and ICT professions is the hallmark of GTUC. Like all universities, however, it is committed research and public service, and as part of its leadership commitment it explores ways to accelerate the use of the new technologies to bring jobs and incomes to households in Ghana and beyond.
The university has established three core faculties: Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Informatics and Faculty of IT Business. All faculties offer programmes at the certificate, degree, and post-graduate level. Credits earned in a certificate programme are applicable to the bachelor’s degree programme, and bachelor’s degree programmes prepare students for post-graduate study. Programmes at every level prepare students for meaningful and rewarding careers that contribute to the nation’s economic growth and social well-being.
GTUC is built on a core commitment to students, learning, service and respect for all manner of persons. We are proud of our values and longterm commitment to:
The Mampong Campus of the University of Education, Winneba host the College of Agriculture Education. It is located 51 kilometres to the north-east of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
The following Faculties are at the campus:
Faculty of Agriculture Education
Faculty of Science and Environment Education
Ajumako Campus host the College of Languages Education. It currently has only one faculty, the Faculty of Languages Education.
Established in May 1992 by the Government of Ghana to “blend the academic world with that of the community in order to provide constructive interaction between the two for the total development of Northern Ghana, in particular, and the country as a whole” (PNDC Law 279, Section 279).
“The UDS was borne out of the new thinking in higher education which emphasizes the need for universities to play a more active role in addressing problems of the society, particularly in the rural areas” (Effah, 1998).
The University by its mandate and constituency has a pro-poor focus. This is reflected in its methodology of teaching, research and outreach services. The specific emphasis on practically-oriented, research and field-based training is aimed at contributing towards poverty reduction in order to accelerate national development:
It began academic work in September 1993 with the admission of forty (40) students into the Faculty of Agriculture, (FoA), Nyankpala.
The Faculty of Integrated Development Studies, (FIDS), Faculty of Planning and Land Management (FPLM), School of Business and Law, Wa, Faculty of Education (FoE), and School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), Tamale, Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources (FRNR), Faculty of Agriculture (FoA) and the Faculty of Agribusiness and Communication Sciences (FACS), Nyankpala, Faculty of Applied Sciences (FAS), Faculty of Mathematical Sciences(FMS), Navrongo and the Graduate School now in Tamale were phased in from 1994 to date.
The University is envisaged to be a Home of World Class Pro-Poor Scholarship. This is reflected in its motto: “Knowledge for Service” as well as its methodology of teaching, research and outreach programmes.
The UDS seeks to achieve its vision by:
1. Promoting equitable and socio-economic transformation of communities through practically oriented, community based, problem solving, gender sensitive and interactive research, teaching, learning and outreach activities.
2. Providing higher education to persons suitably qualified for and capable of benefiting from it.
3. Positioning itself as a national asset in the facilitation of lifelong learning.
4. Developing its information and communication technology infrastructure as the driving force for the education of more people, more rapidly and the improvement of efficiency and academic quality in order to advance community and national development.