At the African University College of Communications, our students live, work, and study in the heart of Ghana’s most vibrant and busiest city, Accra. Accra is home to more than 1,000 branches and head offices of well-known businesses from virtually every part of the world.

Located at the centre of the business district is Adabraka, an important town in the history of the city. Built on a tradition of African socio-political disquisition, Adabraka is also home to some of Ghana’s important landmarks (the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, The Holy Spirit Cathedral, etc.), literature, and artistic scenes, making it impossible to run out of things to do!

A few more reasons why the African University College of Communications is the ideal place to pursue higher education:

AUCC is the country’s leading private Communications University College, making it the ideal place for developing first-hand expertise in broadcast, radio, print and digital journalism, and marketing, as well as Business Studies.

AUCC is located in the country’s hub for advertising, pharmaceutical and financial firms, non-profit organizations, and business start-ups, bringing you close to connections and job opportunities at places like the Graphic Communications Group, Pepsi, Accra Brewery Limited, Ecobank, Goil Energy, Toyota, and more.

The city is home to a progressive and emergent media and creative arts industry, and AUCC is located in the heart of the city’s historic Arts and Entertainment District. People who train here are limitless in their opportunities to create and make new discoveries.

Studying at AUCC, you will be surrounded by a network of creative, and positive-minded peers.

We hope to see you on campus soon!

Connect with us

Discovery House,No.2 Jones Nelson Link, Off Kojo Thompson Road. Adabraka, Accra, Ghana

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Our Management Team

G. Koryoe Anim-Wright, PhD.


Prof. Linus Kofi Abraham

Vice President (Academic)

C.Y Akwaa-Mensah, EdD.

Registrar/ Vice President (Administration)

Prof. Margaret Crabbe

Dean, Sam E. Jonah School of Business

Dr. Herbert Blankson

Dean, Kojo Yankah School of Communication Studies

Mr. Frank Amewugah

Associate Dean, Kojo Yankah School of Communication Studies/ Chair, Liberal Arts