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Kultur Studier

Norway Oslo Ghana Cape Coast Argentina Buenos Aires India Puducherry Nicaragua Leon Vietnam Hội An January 2018 + 7 more

Kulturstudier offers academic programmes in the social sciences and humanities at our study centers in Argentina, Ghana, India, Nicaragua and Vietnam. Courses are owned and credited by our university partners. Our university partners are: Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences Universidad Nacional de San Martin Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua, León University of Danang Phan Chau Trinh … [+] University University of Cape Coast The locations have been selected on the basis of infrastructure, local university partner, security, academic relevance and cultural interest. Here we have staff that help you make your study period interesting, fun and academically rewarding. Kulturstudier was started in 1997 by a group of social scientists and humanists from the University of Oslo. The idea has since been to offer education of high academic and pedagogical quality in environments that offer experiences that bring to life and challenge the academic content. Besides consistently good academic results and new friends, our students gain a new experience of a country that many return to. Kulturstudier independent position enables us to recruit the best lecturers and teachers from around the world. We are very proud of our inspiring teaching staff that each term ensures that our students get the most out of their studies. (See faculty listings under each subject.) Students are recruited mainly from Northern Europe. Local students attend on scholarship. Kulturstudier has offices in 8 countries. Headquartered in Oslo, Norway. We also have offices in Copenhagen, Stockholm, Buenos Aires, Pondicherry, Hoi An, Leon and Cape Coast. Each program has its own programme manager: Psychology - Torkjell Winje Religion and power - Dr. Cato Christensen Development Studies - Dr. Ann Le Mare and Dr. Arve Hansen Spanish - Dr. Åsmund Ormset Latin America Studies - Dr. Olav Eggebø Peace Studies - Dr. Schmiem Kumar Multicultural Education - Pål Tanggaard Corporate Social Responsibility - Christian Tiscornia Global Environmental Studies - Elisabeth Skardhamar Olsen Kulturstudier is a limited company owned by Rune Tjelland, Henrik Heggemsnes, Thorgeir Kolshus, Ola Marius Poppe and Arild Naustdal. The members of our board of directors are Ola Marius Poppe, Henrik Heggemsnes, Rune Tjelland (Chairman), Thorgeir Kolshus and Helga Stumo Sande. Practical information Once you have secured a spot on one of our courses, we will continuously update you on the necessary academic and practical preparations you need to make. Below you will find some general information. ECTS and eligibility Kulturstudier cooperates with the largest university college in Norway; Oslo and Akershus University College, Universidad Nacional de San Martin in Buenos Aires, Argentina (UNSAM) and Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua, León (UNAN) in Nicaragua. They hold the academic responsibility for the programmes and give the ECTS/course credits that can be included in a bachelor degree at these or other universities or university colleges. All the courses require university eligibility. For our courses in Ghana, India and Vietnam (with Oslo and Akershus University College) you can check requirements pertaining to your country HERE. The flight You book your own flight tickets. Should you want assistance, our travel agency, Kilroy Travels, offers flights to all our study destinations. They can get you a seat on a joint arrival with fellow students or help you with individual tickets. You can contact Kilroy on vip@kilroy.no. Vaccination Kulturstudier can not give advise on vaccination. We encourage you to se seek advise from a vaccination clinic or your local GP. Visa If you are heading to Ghana, India or Vietnam, you need to apply for a visa before entry. Kulturstudier will send you an application form and the necessary information in due time. Skandinavians automatically get a 3 months visa upon entry at the airports in Argentina and Nicaragua, providing you have the necessary return ticket. Student insurance To make sure that all our students are sufficiently insured throughout the whole study period abroad, Kulturstudier has entered an agreement with Gouda travel insurance. This insurance is mandatory for Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and German students, and costs NOK 3450 for one semester (NOK 6050 for two semesters). Students from other countries need to prove that they are sufficiently insured. You will receive the insurance card and invoice from Kulturstudier well before the beginning of the semester. Finances and budget We are proud to keep the program fee at a level that a normal student economy can handle. As all our courses give 30 ECTS (or the equivalent) it is also possible to apply for student loans and scholarships in most European countries. In addition to the programme fee (that includes accommodation) you will need at least 3000 Euro for travel, books, pocket money and other expenses. Literature The majority of the literature will be gathered in compendiums that can be downloaded for free, and you can buy a print out version when you arrive at the study center. You will be informed in due time about which books you need to purchase. The application process Places are allocated on an ongoing basis as long as they are available. However, to give yourself sufficient time for both the academic and practical preparations you should decide at least 2 months before the courses begin at the study location; ie. July 1 for the autumn and December 1 for the spring. If you are eligible to study at university level, and want to follow one or two of our courses, you should fill in the online application form. If we have an available spot on you preferred course, we will send you an offer. To confirm and reserve your place on the course you pay a 250 euro deposit. From then on you will receive consecutive updates and information on practical and academic preparations, such as visa application, course literature and what to bring. [-]


Accra Institute Of Technology

Master Ghana Accra September 2017

Our Cradle Of Excellence Mission 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. Vision Statement AIT will be a first-class student-focused institution of higher learning, professional training and research striving for excellence in teaching, scholarship, research and service. It will provide its students, faculty and staff a challenging and rewarding academic experience and supportive working and learning environment that brings out of them their individual best. AIT will seek to attract and develop outstanding students and will be recognized as a leader in preparing top-class articulate, innovative, confident, self-assured and professionally skilled graduates that can without doubt successfully compete on the international job market and make their mark in their chosen career. AIT will be a cutting-edge R&D and research-intensive institution and will attract, recruit and retain the best faculty, research staff and students whose research work can enhance teaching and learning at the university and contribute fundamentally to the advancement of society at large. AIT will be responsive to technological advances, changing trends in society and the economy in pursuance of its cradle of excellence mission and will in all its endeavours live up to its motto: service to humanity, leadership and success in scholarship. Our Goals AIT is committed to educating and training of tomorrow's global leaders in all disciplines and fields through innovation in its teaching and research. Our highest obligation as a university is to prepare our students who will live most of their lives in the 21st Century, a century that will no doubt provide our graduates with significant new challenges and opportunities.The expectations are that during their working years, the majority of our graduates will change not just jobs, but professions several times, requiring adaptability to changing circumstances. They will in all certainty need extraordinary skills to understand the exponential increase of information over their lifetime. They will need the ability to function effectively in a global context and will also need to confront the opportunities and the risks associated with expanding technological advancement and capacity. As part of its commitment to making a difference in pursuance of its vision, AIT commits itself to: 1. Offering academically rigorous programs that meet the requirements of industry and commerce for well-trained and professionally skilled personnel. 2. Promoting academic excellence through sound decision making and bold actions that are forward-looking, imaginative, and responsive to advances in technology, the sciences, society and the economy at large. 3. Aspiring to become a first-class student-centered academic institution, where support for the student's personal and academic development is embedded into the ethos of the university 4. Attracting excellent and hardworking students and providing them with academically challenging, modern and conducive learning environment, supported by able and enthusiastic faculty and staff that will encourage and empower the students to work towards their fullest intellectual capabilities. 5. Promoting and enhancing the self-development of its students so that they will become informed and effective in all of their subsequent educational and career pursuits. 6. Offering its students a sound foundation for personal and academic development and civic success to ensure that they develop their intellectual skills to the highest possible level and are well prepared to excel in their chosen profession At AIT, our students are taught to succeed by mastering the act of being: * god-fearing, honest and trustworthy * disciplined and determined * responsible and reliable * calm, thoughtful, patient and confident * gentle, loyal and proud * humble and reverent * tough, self-reliant, persistent and hard-working * organized, neat and poised * inquisitive and teachable * healthy and smart * vibrant and enthusiastic * kind, friendly, helpful and generous * brave, daring and risk-taking * moral and ethical in all their dealings with friends and foes AIT Accreditations The Accra Institute of Technology (AIT) is an independent technology-focused university accredited by the National Accreditation Board (NAB) of Ghana. AIT is affiliated to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). AIT is affiliated to the Open University of Malaysia (OUM). [-]


CEIBS Africa

Ghana Accra China Shanghai Switzerland Zurich September 2017 + 1 more

About CEIBS China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) is the leading international business school in China. The school is an autonomous non-prot joint venture established in 1994 under an agreement between the Chinese government and the European Commission. Headquartered at its largest campus in Shanghai’s nancial hub, Pudong, CEIBS also has a campus in China's political capital, Beijing. The Lorange Institute of Business, Zurich is CEIBS' base in the h… [+] eart of Europe. Classes are also offered at CEIBS’ locations in Shenzhen, in south China, as well as in Accra, Ghana’s bustling capital. CEIBS is the rst Asia-based business school to achieve top-tier global rankings for its MBA, Global EMBA and executive education programmes, and is the rst business school in mainland China to earn the internationally-recognised EQUIS accreditation. Message from the Director CEIBS Global EMBA is an 18-month learning journey that balances China Depth and Global Breadth and offers you unlimited potential to expand your global network while having access to China’s largest business school alumni community. Learning with and from high achieving classmates and a team of world-class faculty will provide you with the world-class knowledge you need to take your career and your organisation to the next level. [-]


Kumasi Technical University

Ghana Kumasi September 2017

Kumasi Polytechnic is one of the famous, elegant and vibrant Polytechnics in Ghana. It is a spectacularly beautiful institution, which is located at the heart of the Garden city of West Africa, the capital city of the Ashanti Region of Ghana (Kumasi). The Polytechnic, known earlier as Kumasi Technical Institute, was established in 1954, but started actual teaching and learning in 1955, dealing mainly with craft courses. It became a Polytechnic on 30th October, 1963 and… [+] from then on concentrated on Technician and a few Diploma Programmes. Additionally, a few professional courses were offered. Following the enactment of the Polytechnic Law 1992, PNDC Law 321, Kumasi Polytechnic ceased to exist in its previous form and became a tertiary institution. The Kumasi polytechnic has since 1993, come a long way to make its mark in the country as a strong and creditable tertiary institution. It has been making steady strides in its quest to fulfil its mandate of training the critical manpower needed for commerce and industry in Ghana. It has expanded from three Faculties and one Centre in 2009/2010 to six Faculties, one school and two Institutes in the 2010/2011 academic year.For more information on Faculties schools and Intitutes, click here. The institution is presently developing and strengthening its HND programmes into degree programmes. It is, therefore, training high calibre personnel in science and technology to equip them with entrepreneurial skills to meet the demands of industry in particular, and to also improve the general socio-economic development of the country. [-]


University Of Cape Coast

Master Ghana Cape Coast September 2017

The University of Cape Coast is one of the rare sea front universities in the world. It was established in October, 1962 as a University College and placed in a special relationship with the University of Ghana, Legon. As part of its desire to vigorously promote distance education, the College of Distance Education (CoDE) formally Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) has acquired sites in seven out of ten regions for the construction of permanent study centres. The… [+] centres will eventually serve as UCC campuses in the regions to run some campus-based programmes. Additionally, there is a sixty-billion Cedis IGF funded building complex completed for the College of Distance Education (CoDE) The Vision The vision of the University of Cape Coast is: “To have a University that is strongly positioned, with world-wide acclaim” This statement of where the University sees itself in the future sets the tone for every strategic decision or choice that it has made. It sets the ambition of the organization and serves as the lodestar that every faculty, school, department, functional division and individual must aspire to. In combination with its mission statement, University of Cape Coast has articulated a view of a realistic, credible, attractive future for itself; a target that inspires all stakeholders to maximum effort in bridging the gap between their current reality and their desired future. Mission Statement The mission statement is as follows: “The University of Cape Coast is The University of Choice in Ghana. It is an equal opportunity university uniquely placed to provide quality education through the provision of comprehensive, liberal and professional programs that challenge learners to be creative, innovative, and morally responsible citizens. Through distance learning, it also extends expertise and facilities to train professionals for the education enterprise and business by employing modern technologies. The University constantly seeks alternative ways to respond to changing needs. The institution continues to expand its existing highly qualified academic and administrative staff, offering a conducive environment that motivates them to position the University to respond effectively to the developmental needs of a changing world”. [-]


GIMPA Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration

Master Ghana Accra Kumasi Takoradi Tema September 2017 + 1 more

Overview of GIMPA The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) was established in 1961 as a joint Ghana Government/United Nations (UN) special fund project. Originally named the Institute of Public Administration, it was set up as one of the key strategic institutions to develop the public administrative system, to provide civil servants with administrative and professional competence, and to plan and administer national, regional and local services. In… [+] 1966, the joint sponsorship ended and the UN formally handed over the Institute to the Government of Ghana. In 1969, the Institute was then re-designated as the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration to reflect its expanded functions. For more than 50 years, GIMPA’s activities have been guided by five successive mandates, beginning with the first legislative instrument of 1961 to the current GIMPA Act, 2004 (Act 676). Each mandate affirmed the status of the Institute as the national management development institute to provide for the study of public administration and management of Ghana. By its latest mandate, GIMPA now offers courses in its areas of competence leading to the award of certificates, diplomas and degrees up to the doctoral level. The areas of competence are defined to include training and education in leadership, management, public administration and technology. Today, GIMPA has transformed itself into the leading management development institute and is an independent public tertiary institution with financial and operational autonomy. GIMPA’s mission is to maintain a Centre of Excellence for training in public and business administration, by continuously enhancing the capability of middle and top level executives in public and private sectors as well as non-governmental organisations (NGOs) both in Ghana and internationally, to manage their institutions and enterprises efficiently and effectively. The Institute is accredited by the National Accreditation Board. In addition to the institutional accreditation, GIMPA’s academic programmes are also accredited by the National Accreditation Board. The Institute is made up of four schools, namely: Business School School of Public Service and Governance Faculty of Law School of Technology Vision To be a global Institute of excellence in knowledge development and application. Mission We build quality human capital through innovative education. We do this by delivering societally relevant teaching and research programmes and consultancy services in leadership, management, public service, ICT and law. We accomplish this by employing a diverse and intellectually-engaged faculty and staff; modern facilities; efficient systems and processes underpinned by ethical leadership. Purpose of the Institute The overarching object of the Institute is to train public servants of the country and to provide education, training and services in the fields of leadership, management and public administration for the public sector, private sector and non-governmental organizations. To achieve its object, the Institute shall perform the following functions: Promote education, training and services in the fields of leadership, business management and administration; Provide professional, unbiased and dedicated advisory support services to various areas of Government to enhance their capacity for sustainable development and management; Promote the development of managerial skills for persons employed in the public and private sectors including no-governmental organisations (NGOs), and create awareness of the need for education, training and the provision of services in the fields of leadership, management and administration as a necessary requirement for maintaining the vitality of the organisation in the development of the economy; Promote the use of information technology as an essential tool to create competitive advantage and enhance output for national development; Assist Ghanaian enterprises through cost-effective education, training and the provision of services, research and consultancy to achieve efficient cost control; Promote understanding and cooperation between public and private sector institutions in respect of public administration and management obligations; and Offer courses leading to the award of certificates, diplomas and degrees in the Institute’s areas of competence, subject to such conditions as the authorities responsible for tertiary education in the country shall direct. [-]


Presbyterian University College

Ghana Abetifi Akropong Agogo Tema Kumasi September 2017 + 1 more

About PUCG HISTORICAL BACKGROUND According to the church history, in 1843, the Presbyterian Church of Ghana established the first primary school in the country. This sparked off a series of bold, visionary and pioneering initiatives in the development of education in the country. Five years later, it established the Presbyterian Training College (PTC) at Akropong, the second higher educational institution in West Africa after Fourah Bay College in Sierra Leone. Since… [+] those early beginnings, the Presbyterian Church of Ghana has established and managed, in partnership with the Government of Ghana, hundreds of primary schools, many high schools and colleges of education. These schools and colleges, guided by the proverbial Presbyterian discipline, set very high moral as well as educational standards, which have characterized the Presbyterian Education tradition. Also in partnership with government, the church has provided and managed Professional, Technical and Vocational Institutions in a wide range of fields including Agriculture and Health. Specifically, the church has established 1,886 schools comprising 490 Nurseries, 973 Primary Schools, 388 Junior High Schools, five (5) Vocational Institutes, five (5) Colleges of Education and 25 Senior High Schools. With the establishment of the Presbyterian Training College (PTC), it was hoped that, like the Fourah Bay College in Sierra Leone, it might one day be upgraded to a university. However, after several years, it was not until 1996 that the Synod of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana at that time took the bold decision to initiate steps into establishing a university. The body charged with pushing forward this initiative, the Presbyterian University Implementation Committee, was formally established in 1998. It is through these efforts and the determination of the Church that the Presbyterian University College, Ghana has come into being. THE VISION This Presbyterian University College, Ghana, is envisaged as “A University of excellence which blends modern trends that reflect Christian principles”. THE MISSION The mission of the University is ‘‘To design and implement relevant academic and Professional programmes of teaching, research and outreach for a global population within the context of Christian ethics that produce holistic human development.’’ OBJECTIVES The objectives for which the University is founded are: To provide for and promote University education, learning and research, To acquire and disseminate knowledge and information, To foster relationships with other institutions of higher learning, per sons and bodies. To produce disciplined, self-motivated individuals and leaders with moral and intellectual values in the realization of their responsibilities to God, fellow citizens and the state. Without prejudice to the generality of its powers, the University shall be guided by the following principles in the realization of its objectives: that in determining the courses and programmes to be taught emphasis shall be placed on a balanced pursuit of the humanities, the basic sciences, the development, application and management of technology, which are of special relevance to the needs and aspirations of Ghanaians in particular, and others in general; that higher education in this University shall be available to all Ghanaians and others who are capable of benefiting from it; that research shall be undertaken in all courses which are taught in the University but with attention to courses which relate to the social, cultural, economic, scientific, technical and other problems which exists in Ghana or elsewhere in Africa; that the fruits of research and knowledge generally shall be spread abroad by the publication of books and papers and by any other suitable means; that students shall be taught methods of critical and independent thought, while being made aware that they have a responsibility to use their education for the service of the Church, country and humanity; that as far as practicable the students shall be trained to be innovative and entrepreneurial to enhance socio- economic development; that the University shall operationalize local, regional and global needs assessment as the basis for practical and multi-disciplinary outreach programmes in the local and regional communities; that the University shall inculcate in the student ethical, moral and intellectual values that manifest in courage, discipline, fair play, self motivation and respect for the dignity of an honest life. THE CONCEPT The Presbyterian University College is conceived as a response to the challenge presented by the high demand for student admission in Ghanaian Universities (low access), the perceived lowering of academic standards and the erosion of moral and ethical values in the Ghanaian Society. It will relate its programmes to the developmental needs of Ghana in the 21st Century and beyond, in terms of training, research, extension and service. It will identify and fill important niches in the development of higher education in the country. The main concepts are as follows: The College is open to all students and staff without discrimination on the basis of religion, race, ethnic origin or gender. It is a fee-paying institution, with a mechanism to promote sponsorship for needy students. It is a multi-campus university. The College will take advantage of the cool, semi-temperate weather in some of its locations to attract external students and to promote a broad agricultural programme. Owing to the location of some of the Campuses, the College will be residential for both staff and students; the university will however promote the development of hostels for students and staff housing through private enterprise. The College will gradually introduce programmes in the social sciences, the humanities, science and technology, languages, theology and mission studies, health and medical studies such as nursing, medicine and dentistry (as indicated elsewhere in this handbook) in accordance with the University’s Strategic Plan. [-]


University of Ghana

Master MSc MA Ghana Accra September 2017

About UG The vision of the University of Ghana is to develop world-class human resources and capabilities to meet national development needs and global challenges through quality teaching, learning, research and knowledge dissemination. Founded in 1948 as the University College of the Gold Coast, the institution was mandated to provide and promote University learning, education and research. It became the University College of Ghana on the attainment of Ghana’s independence i… [+] n March 1957. However, by an Act of Parliament on 1st October 1961, the University College of Ghana attained sovereign university status with authority to award its own degrees. It is the oldest and largest of the six public universities in Ghana. With a current student population of over 36,000 of which about 1,100 are international students, the University of Ghana’s operations are governed by the highest level of integrity, ethical standards, openness and fairness, and are underpinned by a performance-driven reward recognition system. It is a centre of academic excellence recognized worldwide for the excellence of its faculty and student body and for the professional success of its alumni. It has trained more than 50,000 graduates who are making contributions towards the development of Ghana as well as at the international level. Campuses The University’s distinctive specialized teaching and impactful research is carried across three campus communities – Legon Campus, Korle Bu Campus and Accra City Campus. Legon Campus: The Legon Campus lies about 13 kilometers north-east of Accra, the capital of Ghana. This is where most of the University’s teaching and research are carried out. The Legon Campus also houses the central administration of the University. There are 16 on-campus residential facilities for students. Admitted postgraduate students are traditionally offered accommodation at the co-ed VALCO Trust Fund Hostel. However, students have the option to reside in any other hostel on campus, or off-campus if they so desire. From the 2014/2015 academic year the University will be implementing a collegiate system, which among other things, will improve the efficiency in administration and running of the University. Four colleges will be established; College of Health Sciences, College of Humanities, College of Basic and Applied Sciences and the College of Education. Three out of these four colleges will be situated on the Legon Campus. The University of Ghana offers as many as 90 undergraduate and 150 graduate programmes in various fields in the arts, social science, business, physical and biological sciences, medicine, dentistry, allied health sciences, agriculture, engineering sciences and law. Special programmes are offered in Performing Arts, African Studies and International Affairs. Korle-Bu Campus: The Korle-Bu Campus, headed by a Provost, houses the College of Health Sciences which is made up of the Medical School, Dental School, the School of Public Health, and Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research, the School of Allied Health Sciences and the School of Nursing. Accra City Campus: The Accra City Campus is the new name for the restructured External Degree Center of the University of Ghana which operated at the Accra Workers College. It is situated in the heart of Accra, Ghana’s capital. Opportunities Available For International Students •Students from the ECOWAS sub-region receive special rebate on tuition fees of up to 50% while students from other African countries receive a special rebate on tuition fees of up to 30%. •The University is well-stocked with educational facilities such as libraries, reading rooms, Wi-Fi hot spots, computer labs and many more •Wide variety of programmes available •Cross-cultural immersion – Over 70 nationalities present annually •Office dedicated to the management of international programmes and welfare of international students •Exciting experiential learning opportunities •Very safe campus [-]


Lancaster University Ghana

Ghana Accra September 2017

The first British branch campus in Ghana will allow students across Africa to access Lancaster's academic excellence in teaching and research on the African continent. Approved by Ghana's National Accreditation Board Key Facts Opportunities for students Students at Lancaster University Ghana will have the opportunity to spend part of their degree at Lancaster University, either for a semester or for a full academic year. Lancaster University is respected by graduate… [+] employers. 94 per cent of Lancaster students find employment or further study within six months of graduating. Our research addresses important scientific problems and technological challenges and we develop graduates who are skilled and highly employable. The world of work is becoming increasingly global and the ability to communicate between different cultures even more essential. Students studying at one of Lancaster's overseas campuses may take part in summer schools based at Lancaster University. This offers the chance to network, study and learn about a different culture. Many exciting international volunteering opportunities for students are available through LUSU Involve - the award winning volunteering arm of Lancaster University Students' Union. Students can share life changing experiences with Lancaster students from all over the world. The Lancaster Award recognises extra-curricular achievements. Many Lancaster students are already involved in lots of extra-curricular activities, and the award aims to encourage students to complete such activities and be recognised for their accomplishments. Business and industry are key to Lancaster's mission to produce applied knowledge and top graduates, and Lancaster is currently working with over 1000 businesses per year. [-]


Webster University - Ghana Campus

MA Ghana Accra September 2017

Global. Action-oriented. Academic Excellence. How do we fit a century of academic excellence and a global perspective into every classroom and every course? That's what makes Webster so compelling. We're a private, nonprofit, accredited university that offers a balance of arts, sciences and professional undergraduate and graduate degrees – on campus and online. Webster is one of the most diverse and global universities in the world. Distinctive student experience … [+] Students experience an ideal, student-centered environment with personalized learning Students attend from 50 states and 148 countries Diversity and inclusion are core values—we offer a welcoming environment Average class size consists of 10 students Distinguished faculty members offer the right balance of global scholarship and professional experience Travel awards available – your opportunity to travel to worldwide Webster locations with Webster faculty and students Distinctive learning Global feature in academic programs. Globalized curriculum is our distinctive hallmark Academic programs engage your mind and stimulate your understanding beyond your home country and culture Every student experiences a global learning component Every student is exposed to a worldwide network of fellow students who live, work and study around the U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia Learn in class today and apply it in real life tomorrow Five schools and colleges: Arts & Sciences; Business & Technology; Communications; Education; and Fine Arts Distinctive campuses and network The beautiful and vibrant home campus located in Webster Groves offers undergraduate and graduate programs Students are able to create a unique experience based on each Webster University campus location while being assured of consistent academic quality at each location in each program A global reach with locations around the world and online—offers quality, convenience and access to learning Webster Groves/St. Louis is one node in the worldwide network. Ideas, academic content and contact with students and faculty are constant and free flowing throughout the Webster network A global, Tier 1, private, nonprofit university Webster University, founded in 1915 with its home campus based in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, is the only Tier 1, private, nonprofit university with campus locations around the world including metropolitan, military, online and corporate, as well as American-style traditional campuses in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. Transforming students Our mission is bold, and appropriate for these times: Webster University, a worldwide institution, ensures high-quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence. The degrees available at Webster University's Ghana campus serve the needs of students advancing their careers in the fast-growing sectors of the African economy. With a maximum class size of 25, students get personalized attention and support from professors. Student success is the top priority and all Webster students earn a Webster University degree, not a local degree. [-]


Advanced Business College

Ghana Accra September 2017

Advanced Business College was born out of the conviction that everyone has a role to play towards the overall development of our dear nation, Ghana. The development of every nation depends, to a very large extent, on the quality of its human resource. Ghana, as a developing nation, requires a well educated human resource, if it is to develop into a middle income country within the foreseeable future. Over the years, however, greater percentages of persons who qualify for… [+] the various institutions of higher learning do not gain admission into them due to inadequate facilities. It is for this reason that the Founder/Promoter, having obtained the requisite academic qualification complemented with enough professional experience, and the Principal decided to establish Advanced Business College as their contribution to solving the problem of human resource development in our dear nation, Ghana. It is for this reason that the Founder/Promoter, having obtained the requisite academic qualification complemented with enough professional experience, and the Principal decided to establish Advanced Business College as their contribution to solving the problem of human resource development in our dear nation, Ghana Legal Status Advanced Business College was registered with Registrar General’s Department as a company limited by shares on 9th September 2005, on which date the Certificate of Incorporation was issued to the College. Registrar General’s Department followed up with the issue of the Certificate to Commence Business to the College on 12th September 2005. Facilities At The College ABC, desirous of ensuring that it lives up to its reputation of churning out good quality graduates, who will either fit perfectly into today’s world of business or pursue academic work, it has ensured that it provides the right teaching and learning environment. Faculty It can be said without contradiction that the quality of faculty members of every College is the most critical investment that every College, worth its salt, should make. Advanced Business College has therefore taken the necessary steps to ensure that the faculty members are persons who are highly qualified and have many years of experience in the academia. [-]