BlueCrest University College is a premium educational centre of excellence in Ghana with well-structured programmes aimed at building the capacity of graduates to become the next generation leaders. The BlueCrest way of teaching and learning is anchored on Leadership, Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship (LITE approach). The LITE approach drives the teaching, training and learning philosophy of both faculty and students at the college. At BlueCrest, empowerment and passion, success of students, and partnership and collaborations to provide a life-long learning to create a holistic impact on all our stakeholders are valued. BlueCrest University College is and will remain one of the best colleges in the region with a focus on high-quality affordable programmes, training, research, consultancy activities and impactful community development initiatives.
The Advanced Business College, established in 2006 has provided quality education for more than a decade. The college is situated in Accra Ghana, and it is a private institution of learning. Advanced Business College is committed to becoming an academic center for teaching and research with an international reputation.
Founded in 1997, Central University is a non-profit private higher education institution located on the outskirts of Tema City (population range of 50,000-249,999 residents) in Greater Accra. The institution also has its campuses located in the following locations: Miotso, Mataheko, Kumasi, and the Christ Temple Graduate School campus.
University of Cape Coast is a public research university in Ghana with over 210 programmes to choose from. The university is located in the city of Accra. It was established in the year 1962 and is one of the fundamental parts of education in Ghana.
The Garden City University College is one of the private universities in Ghana. It is located at Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. It was established in 2001. as the College of Information Technology and Management Systems. The college was converted into the Garden City University College in 2004. Its vission is to empower students to acquire and demonstrate knowledge and skills in their various fields of academic study to become the next generation of Innovators who will be agents of social change and development of society. Its mission is to provide a centre of excellence in teaching, learning and research with distinctive scholarship and competence, by blending business, information technology, education, social sciences and health sciences to develop innovators in the industrial and other socio-economic sectors in Ghana and the international community.
The Presbyterian University, Ghana is a partially private & public university with multi- campuses and its headquarters located at Abetifi-Kwahu in the Eastern Region of Ghana. It is one of the new universities in Ghana granted accreditation by the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission. The Presbyterian University, Ghana, is envisaged as “A University of excellence which blends modern trends that reflect Christian principles.”
The University for Development Studies (UDS) is Ghana’s first public University in the North. The pedagogical philosophy of UDS is said to have been borne out of a new thinking in higher education emphasizing the need for universities as teaching and research institutions to play more active role in addressing societal problems (especially rural areas) for speedy development. The University by its mandate and constituency has a pro-poor focus and this is reflected in its methodology of teaching, research and outreach services. The specific emphasis on practically-oriented, research and field-based training is aimed at contributing towards poverty reduction in order to accelerate national development.
Koforidua, also popularly known as K-dua or Koftown and now Kofcity, is a city and the capital of Eastern Region in southern Ghana. Koforidua was founded in 1875 by migrants from Ashanti. It is also called New Juaben.
The university mission is to impart knowledge and skills in disciplines relevant to national development within the context of general global development, and at the same time ensure an all-round development of the student mentally, physically and spiritually on the basis of Christian principles. The vision is to promote and develop academic excellence, spirituality, morality and service within the Ghanaian society.
GIMPA’s mission is to maintain a Centre of Excellence for training in public and business administration, by continuously enhancing the capability of middle and top-level executives in public and private sectors as well as non-governmental organizations (NGOs) both in Ghana and internationally, to manage their institutions and enterprises efficiently and effectively. The Institute is accredited by the National Accreditation Board.