Summary

  The Bachelor of Arts in Business Studies, Accounting programme provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to work in the Accounting field in the areas of accounting, bookkeeping, auditing and financial management. The degree also provides a solid foundation for postgraduate study or further qualification with professional bodies e.g. Institute of Chartered Accountants, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Chartered Institute of Taxation. A new paragraph   Study Options:
  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend
Career Options
  • Accountancy.
  • Advertising.
  • Banking, Investment and Financial services.
  • General Management.
  • HR/Personnel.
  • Management consultancy.
  • Public relations.
  • Retail Management.
Course Offered Include:
  • Financial Accounting
  •  Auditing 
  •  Company Law
  • Cost Accounting 
  •  Practical Accounting Software
  •  Public Finance

DEAN: Mamadou Lamine Diedhiou

He is a Senior Lecturer at Wisconsin International University College (WIUC), Accra, Ghana.

He was the Head of the Mathematics Applications Department, Wisconsin International University College, Accra; Coordinator Mathematics Applications at Wisconsin International University College, Accra. 
He was Visiting Senior Lecturer in Statistics at University for Development Studies, Navrongo, Ghana. He has worked for International organisations as a statistician/biometrician for many years.

Field of expertise: Statistics (experimental design, survey design, data management and data analysis) and computing.

Teaching areas in both Graduate and undergraduate levels: Time Series Analysis, Non parametric Methods, Multivariate Analysis, Sampling Techniques, Statistical Computing and Data Analysis, Introductory Statistics, Research Methods (undergraduates and MBA) Quantitative Methods, etc...

Expert & Consultant in statistics for international & national organisations.

Resource Person in training on statistical methods (experimental design and data analysis)

Leisure activities: Reading, Photography and Video Filming

 
NO  NAME 
PROFESSOR KOFI A OSEI
HOD (Accounting & Finance) / Lecturer
DR. KWASI ADDEI MENSAH
HOD(General Business) / Lecturer
DR. EMELIA AMOAKO-ASIEDU
HOD(Management and Marketing) / Lecturer
DR. CHARLES ACHEAMPONG
HOD (Extra Mural Studies) / Lecturer 
MRS. LORETTA SYLVIA TETTEH Lecturer
6 MRS. AMA GAINES Lecturer
7 MR. ALEX KWAME ABASI Lecturer
8 MR. ERIC BENJAMIN HAYFRON Lecturer
9   MS. EVELYN MAAME AMA ASSAN   Lecturer
10   MR. FRANCIS ABLORDE   Lecturer
11   MR. HARRY SIAW BAMPOE   Lecturer
12   REV. ISAAC KWAFO YAWSON   Lecturer
13   MRS. IVY ADJEI-NKETIAH   Lecturer
14   MR. THOMAS ACHUMBE   Lecturer
15   MRS. VIDA ASANTE BOATENG   Lecturer
16   MR. KOJO AKUOKOH FRIMPONG   Lecturer
17   MR. OSCAR KWADZODE   Lecturer

Eligibility

WASSCE & SSSCE 

  1. Candidates must have six credits (A1-C6) in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science (Biology or Agricultural Science for Nigerian applicants) or Social Studies, and three elective subjects, making an aggregate of no more than 36. For SSSCE, candidates must have six credits (A-D) in the three Core Subjects and three electives, making an aggregate of no more than 24.
  2. Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled into a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Degree programme.

Mature Students

  1. Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview.

Others

  1. Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement.
ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

A Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies teaches you on how to manage and run businesses. Topics such as Strategic Management, Financial Management, Management Accounting, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Business Mathematics and Statistics, Banking, Commercial Law, Information Technology among others will be taught along the way. In the end, you’ll learn the ropes of how to become a successful business person.

Your passion may be making dancing, creating computer programmes, or playing basketball. Whatever your skill set and interests, there’s a business side to the equation! Think about it — business is part of the language we use when we talk about the entertainment industry, project financing, and sports marketing. Everything has a “business” side to it — every industry needs accountants, marketers, managers, financial analysts, and technology support staff ... in other words, business majors!

The career path for you should you study Business Studies (Accounting Option) includes but not limited to the following: 
  • Management Accountant
  • Financial Officer
  • Chartered Accountant
  • Auditor
  • Budget Analyst
  • Forensic Accountant
  • Procurement Officer
  • Accounts/Payroll Officer
  • Bookkeeper

I am Eugenia Elube Barleycorn from Equatorial Guinea .Studied Human Resource Managementand completed in the year 2011-2016. Wisconsin Universityis one of the best universities inGhana and has made me the best in everything I do.

I am now workingat Ernst & Young as the Personal Assistant to the Director .I learnt never togive up in life thanks to the wonderful lecturers I encountered at Wisconsin that their aim is tomake us better men and women.

My fondest memories were when we had activities oncampus that involved jumble sales.


I will urge potential tertiary level not to hesitate to choose Wisconsin if they want to know whatit is to work and come out being proud of oneself.

Summary

The Bachelor of Arts Business Studies, Banking and Finance programme provides specialist in-depth understanding of core areas in economics, banking and finance. The programme prepares students to work in various roles in financial markets and institutions. The BA Business Studies, Banking and Finance programme also provides a solid foundation for postgraduate study or further qualification with professional bodies e.g. Chartered Institute of Bankers.

Study Options:
  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options
  • Accountancy.
  • Advertising.
  • Banking, Investment and Financial services.
  • General Management.
  • HR/Personnel.
  • Management consultancy.
  • Public relations.
  • Retail Management.

Courses Offered Include:
  • Money & Banking
  • Credit Management
  • Commercial Banking
  • E-banking
  • Micro Finance
  • International Finance
  • Corporate Finance
  • Principles of Insurance

DEAN: Mamadou Lamine Diedhiou

He is a Senior Lecturer at Wisconsin International University College (WIUC), Accra, Ghana.

He was the Head of the Mathematics Applications Department, Wisconsin International University College, Accra; Coordinator Mathematics Applications at Wisconsin International University College, Accra. 
He was Visiting Senior Lecturer in Statistics at University for Development Studies, Navrongo, Ghana. He has worked for International organisations as a statistician/biometrician for many years.

Field of expertise: Statistics (experimental design, survey design, data management and data analysis) and computing.

Teaching areas in both Graduate and undergraduate levels: Time Series Analysis, Non parametric Methods, Multivariate Analysis, Sampling Techniques, Statistical Computing and Data Analysis, Introductory Statistics, Research Methods (undergraduates and MBA) Quantitative Methods, etc...

Expert & Consultant in statistics for international & national organisations.

Resource Person in training on statistical methods (experimental design and data analysis)

Leisure activities: Reading, Photography and Video Filming

 
NO  NAME 
PROFESSOR KOFI A OSEI
HOD (Accounting & Finance) / Lecturer
DR. KWASI ADDEI MENSAH
HOD(General Business) / Lecturer
DR. EMELIA AMOAKO-ASIEDU
HOD(Management and Marketing) / Lecturer
DR. CHARLES ACHEAMPONG
HOD (Extra Mural Studies) / Lecturer 
MRS. LORETTA SYLVIA TETTEH Lecturer
6 MRS. AMA GAINES Lecturer
7 MR. ALEX KWAME ABASI Lecturer
8 MR. ERIC BENJAMIN HAYFRON Lecturer
9   MS. EVELYN MAAME AMA ASSAN   Lecturer
10   MR. FRANCIS ABLORDE   Lecturer
11   MR. HARRY SIAW BAMPOE   Lecturer
12   REV. ISAAC KWAFO YAWSON   Lecturer
13   MRS. IVY ADJEI-NKETIAH   Lecturer
14   MR. THOMAS ACHUMBE   Lecturer
15   MRS. VIDA ASANTE BOATENG   Lecturer
16   MR. KOJO AKUOKOH FRIMPONG   Lecturer
17   MR. OSCAR KWADZODE   Lecturer

Eligibility

WASSCE & SSSCE

  • Candidates must have six credits (A1-C6) in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science (Biology or Agricultural Science for Nigerian applicants) or Social Studies, and three elective subjects, making an aggregate of no more than 36. For SSSCE, candidates must have six credits (A-D) in the three Core Subjects and three electives, making an aggregate of no more than 24. 
  • Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled into a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Degree programme. 

Mature Students

  • Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview. 

Others

  • Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement.
ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

A Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies teaches you on how to manage and run businesses. Topics such as Strategic Management, Financial Management, Management Accounting, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Business Mathematics and Statistics, Banking, Commercial Law, Information Technology among others will be taught along the way. In the end, you’ll learn the ropes of how to become a successful business person.

Your passion may be making dancing, creating computer programmes, or playing basketball. Whatever your skill set and interests, there’s a business side to the equation! Think about it — business is part of the language we use when we talk about the entertainment industry, project financing, and sports marketing. Everything has a “business” side to it — every industry needs accountants, marketers, managers, financial analysts, and technology support staff ... in other words, business majors!

The career path for you should you study Business Studies (Banking and Finance) includes but not limited to the following:

  • Credit Officer
  • Customer Relations Manager
  • Bank Manager
  • Financial Analyst/Officer/Planner
  • Risk/Insurance Manager
  • Corporate Controller
  • Asset Manager
  • Stockbroker

Summary

The Bachelor of Arts Business Studies, Human Resource Management programme equips students with the knowledge and skills needed to work in the field of Human Resources in areas such as recruitment, management of company benefits and pay schemes, employee relations and shaping corporate HR policies and structure. The programme also provides a solid foundation for postgraduate study or further qualification with professional bodies e.g. Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners.


Study Options
  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • HR Generalist.
  • HR Recruiter.
  • HR Specialist.
  • Compensation Manager.
  • Employee Relations Manager.
  • Training and Development Manager.
  • Change consultant.
  • Technical Recruiter.

Courses Offered

  • Human Resource Management
  • Human Resource Development
  • Labour Law
  • Human Resource Planning
  • Employee Relations
  • International Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Health & Safety
  • Pensions & Social Insurance Schemes
  • Conflict Management

DEAN: Mamadou Lamine Diedhiou

He is a Senior Lecturer at Wisconsin International University College (WIUC), Accra, Ghana.

He was the Head of the Mathematics Applications Department, Wisconsin International University College, Accra; Coordinator Mathematics Applications at Wisconsin International University College, Accra. 
He was Visiting Senior Lecturer in Statistics at University for Development Studies, Navrongo, Ghana. He has worked for International organisations as a statistician/biometrician for many years.

Field of expertise: Statistics (experimental design, survey design, data management and data analysis) and computing.

Teaching areas in both Graduate and undergraduate levels: Time Series Analysis, Non parametric Methods, Multivariate Analysis, Sampling Techniques, Statistical Computing and Data Analysis, Introductory Statistics, Research Methods (undergraduates and MBA) Quantitative Methods, etc...

Expert & Consultant in statistics for international & national organisations.

Resource Person in training on statistical methods (experimental design and data analysis)

Leisure activities: Reading, Photography and Video Filming

 
NO  NAME 
PROFESSOR KOFI A OSEI
HOD (Accounting & Finance) / Lecturer
DR. KWASI ADDEI MENSAH
HOD(General Business) / Lecturer
DR. EMELIA AMOAKO-ASIEDU
HOD(Management and Marketing) / Lecturer
DR. CHARLES ACHEAMPONG
HOD (Extra Mural Studies) / Lecturer 
MRS. LORETTA SYLVIA TETTEH Lecturer
6 MRS. AMA GAINES Lecturer
7 MR. ALEX KWAME ABASI Lecturer
8 MR. ERIC BENJAMIN HAYFRON Lecturer
9   MS. EVELYN MAAME AMA ASSAN   Lecturer
10   MR. FRANCIS ABLORDE   Lecturer
11   MR. HARRY SIAW BAMPOE   Lecturer
12   REV. ISAAC KWAFO YAWSON   Lecturer
13   MRS. IVY ADJEI-NKETIAH   Lecturer
14   MR. THOMAS ACHUMBE   Lecturer
15   MRS. VIDA ASANTE BOATENG   Lecturer
16   MR. KOJO AKUOKOH FRIMPONG   Lecturer
17   MR. OSCAR KWADZODE   Lecturer

WASSCE & SSSCE

 

Candidates must have six credits (A1-C6) in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science (Biology or Agricultural Science for Nigerian applicants) or Social Studies, and three elective subjects, making an aggregate of no more than 36. For SSSCE, candidates must have six credits (A-D) in the three Core Subjects and three electives, making an aggregate of no more than 24. Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled into a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Degree programme.

Mature Students

 

Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview.

Others

 

Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement

ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

A Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies teaches you on how to manage and run businesses. Topics such as Strategic Management, Financial Management, Management Accounting, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Business Mathematics and Statistics, Banking, Commercial Law, Information Technology among others will be taught along the way. In the end, you’ll learn the ropes of how to become a successful business person.

Your passion may be making dancing, creating computer programmes, or playing basketball. Whatever your skill set and interests, there’s a business side to the equation! Think about it — business is part of the language we use when we talk about the entertainment industry, project financing, and sports marketing. Everything has a “business” side to it — every industry needs accountants, marketers, managers, financial analysts, and technology support staff ... in other words, business majors!

The career path for you should you study Business Studies (Human Resource Management) includes but not limited to the following:

  • Supply Chain/Logistics Officer
  • Sales Executive 
  • Customer Services Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Procurement Officer
  • Administrator
  • Business Communications Executive

Summary

The Bachelor of Arts Business Studies, Marketing degree prepares students for the creative, fast-paced industry of promoting, developing and selling products and services. The programme also provides a solid foundation for postgraduate study or further qualification with professional bodies e.g. Chartered Institute of Marketing.

Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • Marketing Officer
  • Admissions Representative
  • Brand / Product Manager
  • Event / Meeting Planner
  • Marketing Assistant
  • Marketing Research Analyst
  • Media Planner
  • Public Relations Representative
  • Sales Representative

Courses Offered

  • Sales Management
  • Marketing Management
  • International Marketing
  • Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Public Relations & Advertising
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • E-Marketing
  • Brand Marketing
  • Events Marketing

DEAN: Mamadou Lamine Diedhiou

He is a Senior Lecturer at Wisconsin International University College (WIUC), Accra, Ghana.

He was the Head of the Mathematics Applications Department, Wisconsin International University College, Accra; Coordinator Mathematics Applications at Wisconsin International University College, Accra. 
He was Visiting Senior Lecturer in Statistics at University for Development Studies, Navrongo, Ghana. He has worked for International organisations as a statistician/biometrician for many years.

Field of expertise: Statistics (experimental design, survey design, data management and data analysis) and computing.

Teaching areas in both Graduate and undergraduate levels: Time Series Analysis, Non parametric Methods, Multivariate Analysis, Sampling Techniques, Statistical Computing and Data Analysis, Introductory Statistics, Research Methods (undergraduates and MBA) Quantitative Methods, etc...

Expert & Consultant in statistics for international & national organisations.

Resource Person in training on statistical methods (experimental design and data analysis)

Leisure activities: Reading, Photography and Video Filming

 
NO  NAME 
PROFESSOR KOFI A OSEI
HOD (Accounting & Finance) / Lecturer
DR. KWASI ADDEI MENSAH
HOD(General Business) / Lecturer
DR. EMELIA AMOAKO-ASIEDU
HOD(Management and Marketing) / Lecturer
DR. CHARLES ACHEAMPONG
HOD (Extra Mural Studies) / Lecturer 
MRS. LORETTA SYLVIA TETTEH Lecturer
6 MRS. AMA GAINES Lecturer
7 MR. ALEX KWAME ABASI Lecturer
8 MR. ERIC BENJAMIN HAYFRON Lecturer
9   MS. EVELYN MAAME AMA ASSAN   Lecturer
10   MR. FRANCIS ABLORDE   Lecturer
11   MR. HARRY SIAW BAMPOE   Lecturer
12   REV. ISAAC KWAFO YAWSON   Lecturer
13   MRS. IVY ADJEI-NKETIAH   Lecturer
14   MR. THOMAS ACHUMBE   Lecturer
15   MRS. VIDA ASANTE BOATENG   Lecturer
16   MR. KOJO AKUOKOH FRIMPONG   Lecturer
17   MR. OSCAR KWADZODE   Lecturer

WASSCE & SSSCE

 

Candidates must have six credits (A1-C6) in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science (Biology or Agricultural Science for Nigerian applicants) or Social Studies, and three elective subjects, making an aggregate of no more than 36. For SSSCE, candidates must have six credits (A-D) in the three Core Subjects and three electives, making an aggregate of no more than 24. Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled into a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Degree programme.

Mature Students

 

Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview.

Others

 

Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement

ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

Summary

The Bachelor of Arts Business Studies, General Business programme gives students insight into various business functions including Administration, Management, Human Resource Management, Accounting and Marketing. The programme also provides a solid foundation for postgraduate study, further professional qualification or specialisation in any business area.

Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • Accountancy.
  • Advertising.
  • Banking, investment and financial services.
  • General Management.
  • HR/Personnel.
  • Management Consultancy.
  • Public Relations.
  • Retail Management.

Courses Offered

  • E-Banking
  • Public Relations
  • Business Policy & Strategy
  • Company Law
  • Management of SMEs
  • Human Resource Management
  • Practical Accounting
  • Marketing

DEAN: Mamadou Lamine Diedhiou

He is a Senior Lecturer at Wisconsin International University College (WIUC), Accra, Ghana.

He was the Head of the Mathematics Applications Department, Wisconsin International University College, Accra; Coordinator Mathematics Applications at Wisconsin International University College, Accra. 
He was Visiting Senior Lecturer in Statistics at University for Development Studies, Navrongo, Ghana. He has worked for International organisations as a statistician/biometrician for many years.

Field of expertise: Statistics (experimental design, survey design, data management and data analysis) and computing.

Teaching areas in both Graduate and undergraduate levels: Time Series Analysis, Non parametric Methods, Multivariate Analysis, Sampling Techniques, Statistical Computing and Data Analysis, Introductory Statistics, Research Methods (undergraduates and MBA) Quantitative Methods, etc...

Expert & Consultant in statistics for international & national organisations.

Resource Person in training on statistical methods (experimental design and data analysis)

Leisure activities: Reading, Photography and Video Filming

 
NO  NAME 
PROFESSOR KOFI A OSEI
HOD (Accounting & Finance) / Lecturer
DR. KWASI ADDEI MENSAH
HOD(General Business) / Lecturer
DR. EMELIA AMOAKO-ASIEDU
HOD(Management and Marketing) / Lecturer
DR. CHARLES ACHEAMPONG
HOD (Extra Mural Studies) / Lecturer 
MRS. LORETTA SYLVIA TETTEH Lecturer
6 MRS. AMA GAINES Lecturer
7 MR. ALEX KWAME ABASI Lecturer
8 MR. ERIC BENJAMIN HAYFRON Lecturer
9   MS. EVELYN MAAME AMA ASSAN   Lecturer
10   MR. FRANCIS ABLORDE   Lecturer
11   MR. HARRY SIAW BAMPOE   Lecturer
12   REV. ISAAC KWAFO YAWSON   Lecturer
13   MRS. IVY ADJEI-NKETIAH   Lecturer
14   MR. THOMAS ACHUMBE   Lecturer
15   MRS. VIDA ASANTE BOATENG   Lecturer
16   MR. KOJO AKUOKOH FRIMPONG   Lecturer
17   MR. OSCAR KWADZODE   Lecturer

WASSCE & SSSCE

 

Candidates must have six credits (A1-C6) in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science (Biology or Agricultural Science for Nigerian applicants) or Social Studies, and three elective subjects, making an aggregate of no more than 36. For SSSCE, candidates must have six credits (A-D) in the three Core Subjects and three electives, making an aggregate of no more than 24. Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled into a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Degree programme.

Mature Students

 

Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview.

Others

 

Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement

ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

A Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies teaches you on how to manage and run businesses. Topics such as Strategic Management, Financial Management, Management Accounting, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Business Mathematics and Statistics, Banking, Commercial Law, Information Technology among others will be taught along the way. In the end, you’ll learn the ropes of how to become a successful business person.

Your passion may be making dancing, creating computer programmes, or playing basketball. Whatever your skill set and interests, there’s a business side to the equation! Think about it — business is part of the language we use when we talk about the entertainment industry, project financing, and sports marketing. Everything has a “business” side to it — every industry needs accountants, marketers, managers, financial analysts, and technology support staff ... in other words, business majors!

The career path for you should you study Business Studies includes but not limited to the following:

  • Supply Chain/Logistics Officer
  • Sales Executive 
  • Customer Services Manager
  • Marketing Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Procurement Officer
  • Administrator
  • Business Communications Executive

I am Eugenia Elube Barleycorn form Equatorial Guinea .Studied Human Resource Management and completed in the year 2011-2016. Wisconsin University is one of the best universities in Ghana and has made me the best in everything I do.

I am now working at Ernst & Young as the Personal Assistant to the Director .I learnt never to give up in life thanks to the wonderful lecturers I encountered at Wisconsin that their aim is to make us better men and women.

My fondest memories were when we had activities on campus that involved jumble sales.

I will urge potential tertiary level not to hesitate to choose Wisconsin if they want to know what it is to work and come out being proud of oneself.

Summary

The Bachelor of Science in Accounting provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to work in the areas of accounting, bookkeeping, auditing and financial management. The programme also provides a solid foundation for postgraduate study or further qualification with professional bodies e.g. Institute of Chartered Accountants, Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. Teaching methods: A variety of methods of instruction are used, including lectures and discussion, case studies and small group work. Assessment is through assignments, projects and exams.


Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • Public Accountant.
  • Tax Accountant.
  • Forensic Accountant.
  • Financial Accountant.
  • Managerial Accountant.
  • Financial Planner.
  • Internal Auditor.
  • Government Accountant.

Courses Offered Include:

  • Financial Accounting
  • Auditing
  • Company Law
  • Cost Accounting
  • Practical Accounting Software
  • Public Finance

DEAN: Mamadou Lamine Diedhiou

He is a Senior Lecturer at Wisconsin International University College (WIUC), Accra, Ghana.

He was the Head of the Mathematics Applications Department, Wisconsin International University College, Accra; Coordinator Mathematics Applications at Wisconsin International University College, Accra. 
He was Visiting Senior Lecturer in Statistics at University for Development Studies, Navrongo, Ghana. He has worked for International organisations as a statistician/biometrician for many years.

Field of expertise: Statistics (experimental design, survey design, data management and data analysis) and computing.

Teaching areas in both Graduate and undergraduate levels: Time Series Analysis, Non parametric Methods, Multivariate Analysis, Sampling Techniques, Statistical Computing and Data Analysis, Introductory Statistics, Research Methods (undergraduates and MBA) Quantitative Methods, etc...

Expert & Consultant in statistics for international & national organisations.

Resource Person in training on statistical methods (experimental design and data analysis)

Leisure activities: Reading, Photography and Video Filming

 
NO  NAME 
PROFESSOR KOFI A OSEI
HOD (Accounting & Finance) / Lecturer
DR. KWASI ADDEI MENSAH
HOD(General Business) / Lecturer
DR. EMELIA AMOAKO-ASIEDU
HOD(Management and Marketing) / Lecturer
DR. CHARLES ACHEAMPONG
HOD (Extra Mural Studies) / Lecturer 
MRS. LORETTA SYLVIA TETTEH Lecturer
6 MRS. AMA GAINES Lecturer
7 MR. ALEX KWAME ABASI Lecturer
8 MR. ERIC BENJAMIN HAYFRON Lecturer
9   MS. EVELYN MAAME AMA ASSAN   Lecturer
10   MR. FRANCIS ABLORDE   Lecturer
11   MR. HARRY SIAW BAMPOE   Lecturer
12   REV. ISAAC KWAFO YAWSON   Lecturer
13   MRS. IVY ADJEI-NKETIAH   Lecturer
14   MR. THOMAS ACHUMBE   Lecturer
15   MRS. VIDA ASANTE BOATENG   Lecturer
16   MR. KOJO AKUOKOH FRIMPONG   Lecturer
17   MR. OSCAR KWADZODE   Lecturer

Eligibility

WASSCE & SSSCE 

  1. Candidates must have six credits (A1-C6) in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science (Biology or Agricultural Science for Nigerian applicants) or Social Studies, and three elective subjects, making an aggregate of no more than 36. For SSSCE, candidates must have six credits (A-D) in the three Core Subjects and three electives, making an aggregate of no more than 24.
  2. Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled into a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Degree programme.

Mature Students

  1. Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview.

Others

  1. Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement.
ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

Benefits of Studying Accounting

1. Better understanding of finances

2. Increasing demand for accountants

3. Progression to Masters

4. The pay range for accountants is competitive

5. Understanding how to budget for businesses

Summary

Wisconsin’s Faculty of Law offers a three-year and a four-year Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) programme aimed at preparing students for careers in the legal sector. This could be as legal practitioners (solicitors, barristers, magistrates or other court officials) or as legal advisors in corporate organisations, public or private sector or NGOs. Graduates may go on to acquire their professional/ bar qualification to practice as legal practitioners. They may also decide to specialise in a particular area of the law.


Study Options
  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options
  • Solicitor.
  • Barrister.
  • Legal Executive.
  • Paralegal.
  • Judge.
  • Patent Attorney.
  • Patent Examiner.
  • Trademark Attorney.

Courses Offered Include:
  • Administrative Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Law of Torts
  • Law of Contract
  • Ghana Legal System and Methods
  • Legal Writing and Study
  • Constitutional Law

Ag. Dean: Dr. Peter Wiredu

 
NO  NAME 
DR. PETER WIREDU Ag. Dean (Law) / HOD (Law) /  Lecturer
KINGSLEY AMOAKWA BOADU Lecturer
PHILIP GLAH Lecturer
DICKSON AGBOGAH Lecturer 
KWAME K. ATUAHENE Lecturer
6 EDDIE MCCARTHY Lecturer
7 AUGUSTINE NIBER Lecturer
8 ISAAC KUNKO Lecturer
9 LEONARD YAO KLAH  Lecturer
10 JUSTICE YAKUBU ABDULAI   Lecturer
11 JOHN BAIDEN  Lecturer
12 ETHEL FIATTOR   Lecturer
13 PETER SARFO ANTWI   Lecturer
 
ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

Benefits of studying law

Law teaches you to speak, to read, to write, to deliberate, to debate and to research as follows:

1. Negotiation:

A crucial part of studying for a law degree includes developiong your negotiation skills - both written and verbal negotiation because the ability to successfully argue a point or challenge a decision is extremely important as this is desirable in many higher-level job positions.

2. Analysis:

Throughout the course of the programme, students are required to gather data and draw conclusions based on their own analysis of the facts and figures. The skill gotten during this phase forms the bedrock of many senior business roles.

3. Presentation:

Having great presentation skills can not be overemphasized. The ability to communicate an idea, sell a product or pitch is an invaluable skill that will help you get ahead in your career.

4. Problem-solving:

Whether in the field of law or not, employers value employees with the ability to find solutions to difficult situations. At Wisconsin, you are taught how to think outside the box when seeking to solve problems.

5. Working Under Pressure:

Due to the nature of the course of study, you are constantly made to work under pressure meeting strict deadline and completing reading assignments. With the right support, law students graduate with the ability to thrive in high-pressure environments irrespective of the industry.

6. Industry Experts:

Our law students get the advantage of being mentored by retired high court justice while practising their presentation skills in the moot court. This allows them to master the craft of argumentation thus making them better lawyers in practise.

Career options in Law: 

•Lawyer/Barrister

•Court officials e.g. Magistrate/ Judge

•Legal Officer (Public and Corporate Organisations)

•Company Secretary

•Conveyancer

•Legislative Drafter

•Legal Researcher

•Legal Specialist/Expert in Human Rights, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Taxation etc.

For me, Wisconsin international university college is the first, best, topmost private university in Ghana and beyond because of its numerous impacts it has on individuals that have passed through successfully. The positive impact can outlast a tombstone because individuals weave and wear the experience like a wreath and wear them around their hearts. Some of the impacts include;

The cordial lecturer- student relationship coupled with the Whizzy student tutors. Students are at liberty to talk or interact with any lecturer irrespective of their social or academic status. The lectures are at the beck and call of students.

Also, the student tutors help their colleagues who do not understand certain courses tutorials for free!!.

In terms of exposure, Wisconsin gives equal opportunities to all and sundry. Students from over 32 countries are able to learn different culture as well as languages good interpersonal relationships and integration.Flexible term of payment of fees.

Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Economics prepares students for careers in the areas of Statistics, Economics, Budgeting and Financial Planning. The degree also prepares students for further specialisation in an area of their choice. Teaching methods: A variety of methods of instruction are used, including lectures and discussion, case studies and small group work. Assessment is through assignments, project/long essay and exams.


Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • Market Research Analyst.
  • Economic Consultant.
  • Compensation and Benefits Manager.
  • Actuary.
  • Credit Analyst.
  • Financial Analyst.
  • Policy Analyst.

Courses Offered include:

  • Macro / Microeconomics
  • Cost Benefit Analysis
  • International Economics
  • Labour Economics
  • Industrial Economics
  • Health Economics
  • Public Finance

Dean: Dr. Emmanuel Acquah-Sam

Dr. Acquah-Sam is a Senior Lecturer cum the Dean of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Wisconsin International University College, Ghana (WIUC).
He holds a PhD in Business Administration from Open University Malaysia (OUM. Malaysia), M.Phil in Economics from the University of Ghana (UG), and Collaborative M.A. in Economics from African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), Nairobi, Kenya.


In addition, he has a B.A. in Economics and Diploma in Education from the University of Cape Coast (UCC). Dr. Acquah-Sam is a Chartered Economist of the Institute of Chartered Economists of Ghana. He has certificates in the following: Negotiations of Financial Transactions; Mechanics of Loan Agreement; Legal Aspect of Public Debt Management; Public Private Partnerships for Urban Environmental Services; Capital Market Development; Private Sector Development; etc.
Prior to working with WIUC, he worked at the University of Cape Coast, and Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) as a Senior Administrative Assistant; Principal Administrative Assistant and Assistant Lecturer respectively. He has authored three books: Economics for Managers and Businesses, Principles of Microeconomics, and Critical Economic Issues for National Development.


His research publications are on capital market development in Ghana. he features regularly in the Business and Financial Times, Ghana. His newspaper articles are meant to elucidate economic issues which appear in newspapers and those discussed on radio and television programmes. 


NO  NAME 
DR. EMMANUEL ACQUAH-SAM Dean  / Lecturer
DR. YAW ASANTE Lecturer HOD Economics
MR. DENNIS SOKU HOD Language Arts / Lecturer
MR. SOSTHENES KWADZO KUFOGBE  HOD Development and Environmental Studies / Lecturer 
ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world. PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students. PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments. PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.  
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,

Summary

The newly NAB accredited Bachelor of Arts programme in Development and Environmental Studies is affiliated to the University of Cape Coast (UCC). The Programme offers students comprehensive knowledge-based orientation with competencies and specializations in the expanding multi-disciplinary fields of development and environmental studies. The abundant natural resources of the earth are under serious threat of degradation and depletion is setting in. New approaches of integrating development and environmental issues in a new paradigm shift are the only way to reap abundance and sustainability.

 

The aim of the programme is to provide training at the undergraduate level for students to understand and apply the synergies among environmental, social, economic and institutional principles of sustainable development at the global, national and local levels.

Study Options
  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend
 

Career Options

  • Environmental Consultant.
  • Environmental Educator.
  • Public Relations Specialist.
  • Environmental Attorney.
  • Environmental Engineer.
  • Sustainability Specialist.
  • Fundraiser.
  • Policy Analyst.

Courses Offered Include:

  • Introduction to Development;
  • Environmental Ethics;
  • Environmental Health and Safety;
  • Ecosystem Science;
  • Integrated Water Resources Management;
  • Introduction to Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS);
  • Disaster Management;
  • Sustainable Waste and Sanitation Management;
  • Concepts of Sustainable Development;
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS);
  • Environmental Pollution and Control;
  • Introduction to Resource Analysis;
  • Land Use Planning;
  • International Development;
  • Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation;
  • Environmental Impact Assessment;
  • Project Planning and Implementation;

Dean: Dr. Emmanuel Acquah-Sam

Dr. Acquah-Sam is a Senior Lecturer cum the Dean of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Wisconsin International University College, Ghana (WIUC).
He holds a PhD in Business Administration from Open University Malaysia (OUM. Malaysia), M.Phil in Economics from the University of Ghana (UG), and Collaborative M.A. in Economics from African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), Nairobi, Kenya.


In addition, he has a B.A. in Economics and Diploma in Education from the University of Cape Coast (UCC). Dr. Acquah-Sam is a Chartered Economist of the Institute of Chartered Economists of Ghana. He has certificates in the following: Negotiations of Financial Transactions; Mechanics of Loan Agreement; Legal Aspect of Public Debt Management; Public Private Partnerships for Urban Environmental Services; Capital Market Development; Private Sector Development; etc.
Prior to working with WIUC, he worked at the University of Cape Coast, and Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) as a Senior Administrative Assistant; Principal Administrative Assistant and Assistant Lecturer respectively. He has authored three books: Economics for Managers and Businesses, Principles of Microeconomics, and Critical Economic Issues for National Development.


His research publications are on capital market development in Ghana. he features regularly in the Business and Financial Times, Ghana. His newspaper articles are meant to elucidate economic issues which appear in newspapers and those discussed on radio and television programmes. 


NO  NAME 
DR. EMMANUEL ACQUAH-SAM Dean  / Lecturer
MR. SOSTHENES KWADZO KUFOGBE  HOD Development and Environmental Studies / Lecturer 
DR. YAW ASANTE Lecturer HOD Economics
MR. DENNIS SOKU HOD Language Arts / Lecturer
ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Graduates of the programme may pursue further research or education in environmental studies obtains job opportunities in several areas including the following:
  • Innovative project developers
  • Natural resource management;
  • Education and Research;
  • Environment, Forestry and Wildlife Management;
  • Hospitality Travel and Tourism;
  • Local Government/District Administration
  • Mining and Manufacturing;
  • The various United Nations Systems, Economic Community of West African States, or Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Research consultants in environmental related issues
  • Remote Sensing and GIS applications for land use planning and management
  • Application of sustainable development goals into project planning and development
  • Disaster Risk Management
  • Climate Change projects planning and management
  • Biodiversity conservation and Ecotourism development and management
  • Graduates may pursue further research or education in environmental studies

Summary

The Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies prepares students for careers in the Media and Communications industries, for example Advertising, Journalism and Public Relations and New Media. Students studying on the Communications programme will gain knowledge and skills in various aspects of media and will also have a chance to specialise in a particular area of interest. The programme also prepares students for postgraduate study, specialisation in industries such as film & television, or further qualification with professional bodies e.g. Chartered Institute of Public Relations.

Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • Public Relations Specialists.
  • Meeting/Event Planner.
  • College Alumni and Development Officers.
  • Media Planner.
  • Social Media Manager.
  • Human Resources Specialist.
  • Business Reporter.
  • Health Educator.

Courses Offered Include:

  • Protocol & Event Management
  • Media Law
  • Development Communication
  • Political Communication
  • Health Communication
  • Media Management
  • Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
  • Advertising
  • Broadcast /Online/Print Journalism
  • Public Relations

Dean: Prof. Kwame Karikari

He is the Dean of the School of Communications.        
NO  NAME 
PROF. KWAME KARIKARI Dean  / HOD
AMBASSADOR. KABRAL BLAY-AMIHERE Lecturer

WASSCE & SSSCE

 

Candidates must have six credits (A1-C6) in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science (Biology or Agricultural Science for Nigerian applicants) or Social Studies, and three elective subjects, making an aggregate of no more than 36. For SSSCE, candidates must have six credits (A-D) in the three Core Subjects and three electives, making an aggregate of no more than 24. Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled into a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Degree programme.

Mature Students

 

Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview.

Others

 

Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement.

ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

Summary

The Bachelor of Science Information Technology degree provides graduates with the knowledge, skills and competencies they need to analyse and solve problems across all systems and IT functions within an organisation.Students learn through a variety of methods including lectures and discussion, case studies, small group work, simulations, field work and mini projects.


Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • IT consultant.
  • Cloud architect.
  • Computer forensic investigator.
  • Health IT specialist.
  • Mobile application developer.
  • Web developer.
  • Software engineer.

Courses Offered Include:

  • Programming (including C++, Java etc.)
  • Website Design and Development.
  • Systems Analysis and Design.
  • Networking and Data Communication

Dean: Dr. Ofori Dwumfour


NO  NAME 
DR. OFORI DWUMFOUR
Dean (Law) / HOD (Law) /  Lecturer
DR. GEORGE AKORFU
HOD, Business Computing
Lecturer
MR. KYEI LEONARD
HOD, Math Applications / Lecturer
MR NATHANIEL MILLS
HOD, Information Technology / Lecturer

Eligibility

WASSCE & SSSCE

Candidates must have six credits (A1-C6) in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science (Biology or Agricultural Science for Nigerian applicants) or Social Studies, and three elective subjects, making an aggregate of no more than 36. For SSSCE, candidates must have six credits (A-D) in the three Core Subjects and three electives, making an aggregate of no more than 24.

Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled into a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Degree programme.

Mature Students

Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview.

Others

Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement.

ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

Benefit:

1. Analytical and broadened scope of thinking 2. You have the most sought after skills in the world 3. You can solve global problems with IT 4. You will earn good money. People with IT degrees often earn more than the average income earner globally 5. Your skills are always in demand  

Employment Prospects

  • Application Analyst Managers,
  • Applications Development Managers,
  • Business Intelligence Officer
  • Cyber Security Analyst Managers,
  • Data Analyst Managers,
  • Data Scientist Managers,
  • Database Administration managers,
  • Games Designer
  • Information Systems Manager
  • IT Consultant,
  • IT Sales Professional,
  • IT Systems Support Officer
  • IT Technical Support Managers,
  • Network Administrators
  • Network Engineers,
  • Programmers
  • Software Engineers
  • Systems Analysts
  • Systems Engineers
Graduates can be found in a wide variety of organisations, including: 
  • Investment and Retail Banks;
  • Consultancy Firms;
  • Corporates;
  • Regulatory Authorities;
  • Government Institutions.

Summary

The Bachelor of Science in Management & Computer Studies programme provides graduates with knowledge, skills and competencies to analyse and solve problems across various business and IT functions within an organisation. Students learn through a variety of methods including lectures and discussion, case studies, small group work, simulations, field work and mini projects.

Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Courses offered include

  • Programming with Java
  • Systems Analysis and Design
  • Human Resource Management
  • Company Law
  • Practical Accounting Software

Career Options

  • Information Systems Manager
  • Database Administrator
  • Programmer/Software Engineer
  • Systems Analyst/Engineer
  • IT Systems Support Officer
  • Network Administrator
  • Business Intelligence Officer
  • Games Designer

Dean: Dr. Ofori Dwumfour


NO  NAME 
DR. OFORI DWUMFOUR
Dean (Law) / HOD (Law) /  Lecturer
DR. GEORGE AKORFU
HOD, Business Computing
Lecturer
MR. KYEI LEONARD
HOD, Math Applications / Lecturer
MR NATHANIEL MILLS
HOD, Information Technology / Lecturer

Eligibility

WASSCE & SSSCE

  • Candidates must have six credits (A1-C6) in English, Mathematics and Integrated Science (Biology or Agricultural Science for Nigerian applicants) or Social Studies, and three elective subjects, making an aggregate of no more than 36. For SSSCE, candidates must have six credits (A-D) in the three Core Subjects and three electives, making an aggregate of no more than 24.
  • Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled into a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Degree programme.

Mature Students

  • Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview.

Others

  • Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement

Course fee

The tuition fee is $1687 per semester for international students and 2255ghs per semester for local students.

BSC COMPUTING AND ACTUARIAL SCIENCE

Summary

After the course of this programme, you'll be able to demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental probability tools for quantitatively assessing risk and demonstrate an ability to apply these tools to problems encountered in Computing and Actuarial Science and show an understanding of the fundamental concepts of Financial Mathematics and demonstrate an ability to use those concepts to calculate present and accumulated values for various streams of cash flows as a basis for future use in: reserving, valuation, pricing, asset/liability management. income, capital budgeting and valuing contingent cash flows. Graduates will also demonstrate an understanding of the financial instruments, including derivatives, and the concept of no–arbitrage as it relates to financial mathematics

Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • Health insurance actuaries 
  • Life insurance actuaries 
  • Property and casualty insurance actuaries 
  • Pension and retirement benefits actuaries Enterprise risk actuaries
  • Property and casualty insurance actuaries 
  • Pension and retirement benefits actuaries Enterprise risk actuaries 
  • Risk analyst or consultant
  • Insurance underwriter
  • Statistician
  • Education
  • Application Analyst Managers
  • Cyber Security Analyst Managers
  • Data Analyst Managers
  • Data Scientist Managers

Courses Offered Include:

  • Calculus.
  • Algebra.
  • Statistics.
  • Probability.
  • Computer Science.
  • Finance.
  • Economics.
  • Business.

Dean: Dr. Ofori Dwumfour


NO  NAME 
DR. OFORI DWUMFOUR
Dean (Law) / HOD (Law) /  Lecturer
DR. GEORGE AKORFU
HOD, Business Computing
Lecturer
MR. KYEI LEONARD
HOD, Math Applications / Lecturer
MR NATHANIEL MILLS
HOD, Information Technology / Lecturer

Entry requirements:

West African Secondary School Certificate (WASSCE & SSSCE)

Candidates require five credits (including English and Mathematics) in WASSCE (A1-C6) and SSSCE (A-D) to be admitted to the Diploma programme.

Candidates with less than five credits may be enrolled onto a Certificate programme. Such candidates would have to improve their WASSCE results to qualify for admission into a Diploma or Degree programme.

Mature Students

Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must write and pass an entrance examination in English, Mathematics, IT and General Business. They may also be required to attend an interview.

Others

Applicants with GCE, ICGSE, GBCE, ABCE, Baccalaureate, Professional Courses (ICA, ACCA, CIM etc) and HND, among others may contact us for levels of placement.

ATTN. ALL INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS   Effective next semester (September 2017), the University will bear the application cost for the non-citizen ID Card and the Immigration permit for all international students after he/she has paid, 75% (for freshers) or 50% (for continuing students) of the total school fees and registered for the semester. Students are encouraged to submit completed application forms together with all their relevant documents to the Resident Permit officer of International Office for processing. Students are to also to note that late registration penalty still stands as the University policy and are requested to settle any outstanding immigration penalties, if any, to be in good standing and enjoy this privilege. Please contact Roland Assale at aroland@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh for questions or concerns.    

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - FEE PAYMENT OPTIONS All international students are advised to pay their fees from their home countries. Please have your Student ID. Number to hand to the Branch Staff. For those who are paying outside Africa or who have no Access to UBA, you can pay into our ADB account. This can be done from any bank all over the world.  

PROJECT FEE All 400 lower students should note that the project fee is 120 ghana cedis for local students and $50 for international students.  

PAYMENT OPTION 1: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BRANCH: GULF HOUSE BANK: Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) Account Number:  1083040008769701 Swift Code: ADNTGHAC Address: GULF, P. O. BOX 4191. Accra  

PAYMENT OPTION 2: Continuing students can pay directly to any United Bank of Africa (UBA) branch through 'Bankcollect'. Simply present to the bank your university-issued ID Number/ID Card which contains your details and make payments.  

PAYMENT OPTION 3: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Zenith Bank Account Number:  4050602881 Swift Code: ZEBLGHAC Address: P.M.B CT 393, CANTONMENTS-ACCRA  

PAYMENT OPTION 4: ACCOUNT NAME: WISCONSIN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE BANK: Access Bank Account Number:  0241016545701 Swift Code: ABNGGHAC Address: P.O. BOX GP 353, ACCRA, GHANA  

NB: Nigerian students can pay naira into Zenith Bank and Access Bank in Nigeria.                

 
GHANAIAN STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
  FRESHERS GHS CONTINUING GHS FRESHERS US$ CONTINUING US$
Tuition per Semester 1,950.00 1,950.00 1,364.00 1,364.00
Registration 45.00 45.00 25.00 25.00
IT user fees 75.00 75.00 50.00 50.00
SRC dues 35.00 35.00 7.00 7.00
Matriculation 50.00 - 20.00 -
Souvenirs 50.00 - 20.00 -
Medical Care 75.00 50.00 50.00 35.00
TOTAL 2,280.00 2,155.00 1,536.00 1,481.00
Minimum payment Outstanding balance 75% - 1,710.00 25% - 570.00 50% - 1,077.50 50% - 1,077.50 75% - 1,152.00 25% - 384.00 50% - 740.50 50% -740.50
 

Actuary

  • Health insurance actuaries
  • Life insurance actuaries
  • Property and casualty insurance actuaries
  • Pension and retirement benefits actuaries Enterprise risk actuaries
  • Property and casualty insurance actuaries
  • Pension and retirement benefits actuaries Enterprise risk actuaries
  • Risk analyst or consultant,
  • Insurance underwriter,
  • Finance,
  • Management,
  • Statistician,
  • Education,
  • Application Analyst Managers,
  • Cyber Security Analyst Managers,
  • Data Analyst Managers,
  • Data Scientist Managers,
  • Database Administration managers,
  • Information Systems Manager,
  • IT consultant,
  • IT Technical Support Managers,
  • Applications Development Managers,
  • Network Engineers,
  • IT Sales Professional

Summary

WIUC-Ghana intends to train and to prepare nurses with holistic-evidence based knowledge, access to real-time nursing care and skill sets adequate to meet the healthcare demands in compliance with contemporary socio-cultural health system. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing programme is intended to produce nurses who will provide preventive, curative, promotive and rehabilitative nursing care at all levels of the health care system to individuals, families and communities.

Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • Certified Dialysis Nurse
  • Legal Nurse Consultant
  • Nurse Midwife
  • Nurse Anesthetist
  • Nurse Case Manager
  • Nurse Educator
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Nurse Researcher

Courses Offered Include:

  • Anatomy & Physiology I
  • Basic Nursing
  • First Aid, Emergency and Disaster Management
  • Therapeutic Communication
  • Health Promotion
  • Personal and Environmental Health
  • Psychiatric Nursing
  • Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Introductory Sign Language

Dean: Dr. Angela Acheampong

Dr. Angela Kwartemaa Acheampong is the Ag. Dean of the School of Nursing, Wisconsin International University College. She holds a BSc (Nursing) degree from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Cape Coast and an M.Phil. (Nursing) degree from the University of Ghana. She also holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in nursing from University of South Africa. She is a licensed registered nurse with the Nurses’ and Midwifery Council of Ghana.

Dr. Acheampong has eleven years of experience as an educator in the nursing field. She has taught nursing students at different levels. She has also worked at different hospitals and care agencies in Ghana and abroad. She has also published articles in reputable refereed journals locally and internationally.


NO  NAME 
1  MRS. ELIZABETH PEKA-QUAO (HOD) 
2  MS. PHILOMENA AMEVOR 
3  MS. MARGARET MARFO 
4  MR. DAVID DEEGBE 
5  MR. PETER OSEI 
6  MS. ANITA APPIAH 
7  MR. ALHASSAN ABUKARI SIBDOW 
8  MR. MAXWELL ESHUN 
9  MRS. BRIDGET AMOAKO-ATTA 
10  DR. GAMELI K. SEADZI 
11  MR. JOHN K. AKOTO 
12  DR. ABU YAYA 
13  MS. THELMA MPOKU ALALBILA 
14  MRS. PAULINA SIAW-AKOTO DEBRAH 
15  MR. FREDERICK NSATIMBA 
16  MR. PHILIP GORDON 
17  MS. SUSANA LARBI WUMBEE 
18  MR. SOLOMON QUAYE 
19  MRS. FAUSTINA VIMARIBA TOUR 
20  MR. CLETUS KANDAM LAARI 
21  MR. JOSEPH SHAHADU ISSIFU 
22  MS. CHARITY TWUMASI 
23  MS. ELIZABETH ANTWIWAA 
24  MR. JOHN NARTEY KANAMITIE 
25  MRS. NAOMI ASSUMING BOAKYE 
26  MS. ANGELA AKUFFO 
27  MS. JUSTINA ELIKEM DOVOH  
28  MRS. EUNICE DUROWAA OPPONG KYEKYEKU  

Entry requirements

WASSCE Applicants

The School will admit students with West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSCE) with at least credits in six courses (C6) in English Language, Core Mathematics, Integrated Science and three (3) elective subjects in Science, General Arts or Home Economics subjects with an overall aggregate of 36 or better. Preference will be given to students with Science electives. Senior Secondary School applicants will enter the programme at level 100. As part of the NMCs requirement for students to be enrolled on the programme, all students must have credit (A1-C6) in integrated science for admission into the program.

SSSCE Applicants 

Core Subjects: Students must have credit passes in three subjects, namely, English, Mathematics and Integrated Science.  Elective Subjects: Students must have credit passes in three elective subjects that may include Geography, Economics, Government, Integrated Religious Studies etc.  Minimum Aggregate: Candidate’s aggregate score in the three core and three elective subjects indicated above shall not exceed 24. 
  • A credit pass in the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination is understood to mean a candidate’s performance at grades ranging between A and D, and interpreted as follows: 
  • A-1 (Excellent) 
  • B-2 (Very Good) 
  • C3 (Good) 
  • D-4 (Credit) 
  • As part of the NMCs requirement for students to be enrolled on the programme, all students must have passed integrated science for admission into the program. 
Mature Applicants Mature applicants include: 
  • Diploma Holders 
  • Holders of a Diploma in Nursing from recognized institutions and a pass in the licensure examination conducted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana will be admitted to level 300.  
  • Other Mature Candidates 
  • Professional nurses with Diploma in Nursing Education/Administration with a minimum of B+ average will enter at level 200. These professional nurses include midwives and registered mental health nurses 
  • State Registered Nurses (enter the programme in the second year) 
  • Auxiliary nurses such as health assistant clinical personnel, Community will enter the programme at level 200 and 100 respectively after a selection examination. 
  • Mature students who are not professional nurses at the time of admission should have the minimum requirement for admission as stated for SSSCE/WASSCE. 
Foreign Students Requirements
  • Foreign students must have result slips translated into English. The results must meet the set standards for the programme. In addition, applicants must be able to speak and write fluently in English. As part of the NMC’s requirements for nurses, foreign students must have the WASSE/SSSCE equivalent for admission into the programme.

Course fee

The tuition fee is $2500 per semester for international students and 3200ghs per semester for local students.

Summary

The Wisconsin International University College Bachelor of Science in Community Health Nursing programme is affiliated with the University for Development Studies. WIUC-Gh intends to train and to prepare nurses with holistic-evidence based knowledge, access to real-time nursing care and skill sets adequate to meet the healthcare demands in compliance with contemporary socio-cultural health system.

Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • Government Departments.
  • Armed Forces.
  • Maternal Clinics.
  • Communicable Diseases.
  • School Health.
  • Tuberculosis Care
  • Voluntary Programs.
  • Outbreak Prevention.

Courses Offered Include:

  • Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  • Fundamentals of Surgical Nursing
  • Sociology for Health
  • Psychology and Health
  • Foundations of Community Health Nursing
  • Physiology
  • Therapeutic Communication

Dean: Dr. Angela Acheampong

Dr. Angela Kwartemaa Acheampong is the Ag. Dean of the School of Nursing, Wisconsin International University College. She holds a BSc (Nursing) degree from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Cape Coast and an M.Phil. (Nursing) degree from the University of Ghana. She also holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in nursing from University of South Africa. She is a licensed registered nurse with the Nurses’ and Midwifery Council of Ghana.

Dr. Acheampong has eleven years of experience as an educator in the nursing field. She has taught nursing students at different levels. She has also worked at different hospitals and care agencies in Ghana and abroad. She has also published articles in reputable refereed journals locally and internationally.


NO  NAME 
1  MRS. REJOYCE NUTAKOR (HOD) 
2  MS. PHILOMENA AMEVOR 
3  MS. MARGARET MARFO 
4  MR. DAVID DEEGBE 
5  MR. PETER OSEI 
6  MS. ANITA APPIAH 
7  MR. ALHASSAN ABUKARI SIBDOW 
8  MR. MAXWELL ESHUN 
9  MRS. BRIDGET AMOAKO-ATTA 
10  DR. GAMELI K. SEADZI 
11  MR. JOHN K. AKOTO 
12  DR. ABU YAYA 
13  MS. THELMA MPOKU ALALBILA 
14  MRS. PAULINA SIAW-AKOTO DEBRAH 
15  MR. FREDERICK NSATIMBA 
16  MR. PHILIP GORDON 
17  MS. SUSANA LARBI WUMBEE 
18  MR. SOLOMON QUAYE 
19  MRS. FAUSTINA VIMARIBA TOUR 
20  MR. CLETUS KANDAM LAARI 
21  MR. JOSEPH SHAHADU ISSIFU 
22  MS. CHARITY TWUMASI 
23  MS. ELIZABETH ANTWIWAA 
24  MR. JOHN NARTEY KANAMITIE 
25  MRS. NAOMI ASSUMING BOAKYE 
26  MS. ANGELA AKUFFO 
27  MS. JUSTINA ELIKEM DOVOH  
28  MRS. EUNICE DUROWAA OPPONG KYEKYEKU  

WASSCE Applicants 

The School will admit students with West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSSCE) with at least credits in six courses (C6) in English Language, Core Mathematics, Integrated Science and three (3) elective subjects in Science, General Arts or Home Economics subjects with an overall aggregate of 36 or better. Preference will be given to students with Science electives. Senior Secondary School applicants will enter the programme at level 100. As part of the NMCs requirement for students to be enrolled on the programme, all students must have credit (A1-C6) in integrated science for admission into the program.

 SSSCE Applicants 

Core Subjects: Students must have credit passes in three subjects, namely, English, Mathematics and Integrated Science. Elective Subjects: Students must have credit passes in three elective subjects that may include; Geography, Economics, Government, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Elective Maths. Minimum Aggregate: Candidate’s aggregate score in the three core and three elective subjects indicated above shall not exceed 24. A credit pass in the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination is understood to mean a candidate’s performance at grades ranging between A and D, and interpreted as follows: A -1 (Excellent) B - 2 (Very Good) C - 3 (Good) D - 4 (Credit) As part of the NMCs requirement for students to be enrolled on the programme, all students must have passed in integrated science for admission into the program.

Mature Applicants

Mature applicants include:

  1. Diploma Holders

Holders of a Diploma in Community Nursing from recognized institutions with a minimum GPA of 2.50 and a pass in the licensure examination conducted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana will be admitted to level 300. 

There will also be a selection examination and interview. 

  1. Holders of Registered Nurse Assistants (Preventive) – RNAP and Certificate Community Health Nursing

Registered Nurse Assistants (Preventive) and Certificate Community Health Nursing will enter at Level 200 after a 6-week access course. Certificate Community Health Nurses and Nurse Assistant Preventive certificates from the Nurses and Midwifery Council of Ghana will be verified by the Council before students would be admitted into the programme. Prospective access students would be required to go through a selection interview session before they would be recruited into the programme.

Holders of Registered Health Assistant Clinical (NAC/HAC) certificate

Registered HAC/NAC holders will enter the BSc Community Health programme at level 100 after passing a six week access programme.

  1. Other Mature Candidates
  • Professional nurses with Diploma in Nursing Education/Administration with a minimum of B+ average will enter at level 200. These professional nurses may include midwives and registered mental health nurses
  • Students who are not professional nurses at the time of admission should have the minimum requirement for admission as stated for SSSCE/WASSCE.

Foreign Students Requirements

Foreign students must have result slips translated into English. The results must meet the set standards for the programme. In addition, applicants must be able to speak and write fluently in English. As part of the NMC’s requirements for nurses, foreign students must have the WASSE/SSSCE equivalent for admission into the programme.

Duration of Study Programmes

The minimum period for completion of the Bachelor’s degrees shall be 8 semesters and the maximum period shall be 11 semesters for those entering at level 100. 

Students who would enter at level 200 hundred would use a minimum of 6 semesters and a maximum of 9 semesters to complete the Bachelor’s degree in community Health Nursing. Finally, students who would enter the programme at level 300 shall spend a minimum of 4 semesters and a maximum of 7 semesters to complete the programme.

Course fee

The tuition fee is $2500 per semester for international students and 3200ghs per semester for local students.

Summary

Wisconsin’s Department of Midwifery under the School of Nursing offers a four-year Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Midwifery aimed at preparing students for careers as midwives. Graduates may go on to acquire further experience and qualifications to enable them to become specialists in various areas of antenatal and postnatal care.

Study Options

  • Regular
  • Evening
  • Weekend

Career Options

  • Certified Midwife
  • Birthing Partner

Courses Offered Include:

  • Obstetrics & Gynaecology
  • Paediatric and Neonatal Care
  • Medical and Surgical Nursing
  • Psychiatry & Mental Health
  • Antenatal &Postnatal Care
  • Reproductive Health & Family Planning
  • Traditional and Alternative Medicine
  • Current trends in Community Health Nursing
  • Guidance and Counselling
  • Entrepreneurial Skill
  • Gender Studies
  • ICT Skills, Sign Language, Introduction to French

Dean: Dr. Angela Acheampong

Dr. Angela Kwartemaa Acheampong is the Ag. Dean of the School of Nursing, Wisconsin International University College. She holds a BSc (Nursing) degree from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a Post Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Cape Coast and an M.Phil. (Nursing) degree from the University of Ghana. She also holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in nursing from University of South Africa. She is a licensed registered nurse with the Nurses’ and Midwifery Council of Ghana.

Dr. Acheampong has eleven years of experience as an educator in the nursing field. She has taught nursing students at different levels. She has also worked at different hospitals and care agencies in Ghana and abroad. She has also published articles in reputable refereed journals locally and internationally.


NO  NAME 
1  MRS. COMFORT ADU (HOD) 
2  MS. PHILOMENA AMEVOR 
3  MS. MARGARET MARFO 
4  MR. DAVID DEEGBE 
5  MR. PETER OSEI 
6  MS. ANITA APPIAH 
7  MR. ALHASSAN ABUKARI SIBDOW 
8  MR. MAXWELL ESHUN 
9  MRS. BRIDGET AMOAKO-ATTA 
10  DR. GAMELI K. SEADZI 
11  MR. JOHN K. AKOTO 
12  DR. ABU YAYA 
13  MS. THELMA MPOKU ALALBILA 
14  MRS. PAULINA SIAW-AKOTO DEBRAH 
15  MR. FREDERICK NSATIMBA 
16  MR. PHILIP GORDON 
17  MS. SUSANA LARBI WUMBEE 
18  MR. SOLOMON QUAYE 
19  MRS. FAUSTINA VIMARIBA TOUR 
20  MR. CLETUS KANDAM LAARI 
21  MR. JOSEPH SHAHADU ISSIFU 
22  MS. CHARITY TWUMASI 
23  MS. ELIZABETH ANTWIWAA 
24  MR. JOHN NARTEY KANAMITIE 
25  MRS. NAOMI ASSUMING BOAKYE 
26  MS. ANGELA AKUFFO 
27  MS. JUSTINA ELIKEM DOVOH  
28  MRS. EUNICE DUROWAA OPPONG KYEKYEKU  

Course fee

The tuition fee is $2500 per semester for international students and 3200ghs per semester for local students.

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