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  • AUCC HOLDS ITS 10TH GRADUATION

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized its 10th graduation ceremony which also coincided with the graduation of the very first batch of students from the AUCC Business School which is officially known as the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    The ceremony was themed “Business Communication: The path to economic success.” The historic programme  was held on  Saturday, November 16, 2013 at the AUCC Discovery House in Adabraka, Accra, Ghana. A total of two hundred and fifty five (255) students graduated from the University College out of which 224 were from the School of Journalism and Communications and 31 were from the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    Delivering the Founder’s address, Hon. Kojo Yankah said “the continent is ready for professionals like you who have the drive to make a difference wherever they find themselves.” He further urged the graduates to join the ranks of solution seekers and not become seekers of excuses to justify their unemployment. The founder and the executive chairman of the AUCC, Hon. Yankah charged the graduates to use their education at AUCC as a stepping stone to a secure and promising future. He also charged the governing council and management of the University, to ensure that the school obtained its charter to run its own degrees under the name AFRICAN UNIVERSITY.

    In his welcome remarks, the Acting President Prof. Kwaku Armah said “You are welcome to African University College, not merely a University in Africa with an African label. We are an African University with African “ethos” whose curriculum is centered outside the typical Anglo American axis with the specific intent of producing graduates who fully understand, appreciate and unapologetically manifest their Africaness in all spheres of their lives”

    Also present at the ceremony as the guest of honour was Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa,  Ghana’s Deputy Minister of Education in Charge of Tertiary Education who congratulated the graduates for successfully completing their various programs. Mr. Okudzeto Ablakwa recommended private universities for the good work they were doing to help improve Ghana’s educational sector. He also urged media institutions to hire trained and qualified professionals and also endeavour to pay them well when they hired them.

    Mrs. Emelia Ennin, a 2004 alumni of the Institution disclosed to the graduands that a degree in communications would equip them with skills that were urgently sought after in today’s job market.  These skills, she stressed “include the ability to think critically and solve problems, write and speak effectively, edit someone else’s writing, interpret, summarise data and organise ideas and information”.

    AUCC has a current student population of over 1,200 students from eleven African countries. The University currently offers Bachelors degree programmes in Communication Studies and Business Administration and is working feverishly to launch Masters programmes for the two academic programmes.

  • AUCC HOLDS ITS 10TH GRADUATION

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized its 10th graduation ceremony which also coincided with the graduation of the very first batch of students from the AUCC Business School which is officially known as the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    The ceremony was themed “Business Communication: The path to economic success.” The historic programme  was held on  Saturday, November 16, 2013 at the AUCC Discovery House in Adabraka, Accra, Ghana. A total of two hundred and fifty five (255) students graduated from the University College out of which 224 were from the School of Journalism and Communications and 31 were from the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    Delivering the Founder’s address, Hon. Kojo Yankah said “the continent is ready for professionals like you who have the drive to make a difference wherever they find themselves.” He further urged the graduates to join the ranks of solution seekers and not become seekers of excuses to justify their unemployment. The founder and the executive chairman of the AUCC, Hon. Yankah charged the graduates to use their education at AUCC as a stepping stone to a secure and promising future. He also charged the governing council and management of the University, to ensure that the school obtained its charter to run its own degrees under the name AFRICAN UNIVERSITY.

    In his welcome remarks, the Acting President Prof. Kwaku Armah said “You are welcome to African University College, not merely a University in Africa with an African label. We are an African University with African “ethos” whose curriculum is centered outside the typical Anglo American axis with the specific intent of producing graduates who fully understand, appreciate and unapologetically manifest their Africaness in all spheres of their lives”

    Also present at the ceremony as the guest of honour was Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa,  Ghana’s Deputy Minister of Education in Charge of Tertiary Education who congratulated the graduates for successfully completing their various programs. Mr. Okudzeto Ablakwa recommended private universities for the good work they were doing to help improve Ghana’s educational sector. He also urged media institutions to hire trained and qualified professionals and also endeavour to pay them well when they hired them.

    Mrs. Emelia Ennin, a 2004 alumni of the Institution disclosed to the graduands that a degree in communications would equip them with skills that were urgently sought after in today’s job market.  These skills, she stressed “include the ability to think critically and solve problems, write and speak effectively, edit someone else’s writing, interpret, summarise data and organise ideas and information”.

    AUCC has a current student population of over 1,200 students from eleven African countries. The University currently offers Bachelors degree programmes in Communication Studies and Business Administration and is working feverishly to launch Masters programmes for the two academic programmes.

  • AUCC HOLDS ITS 10TH GRADUATION

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized its 10th graduation ceremony which also coincided with the graduation of the very first batch of students from the AUCC Business School which is officially known as the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    The ceremony was themed “Business Communication: The path to economic success.” The historic programme  was held on  Saturday, November 16, 2013 at the AUCC Discovery House in Adabraka, Accra, Ghana. A total of two hundred and fifty five (255) students graduated from the University College out of which 224 were from the School of Journalism and Communications and 31 were from the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    Delivering the Founder’s address, Hon. Kojo Yankah said “the continent is ready for professionals like you who have the drive to make a difference wherever they find themselves.” He further urged the graduates to join the ranks of solution seekers and not become seekers of excuses to justify their unemployment. The founder and the executive chairman of the AUCC, Hon. Yankah charged the graduates to use their education at AUCC as a stepping stone to a secure and promising future. He also charged the governing council and management of the University, to ensure that the school obtained its charter to run its own degrees under the name AFRICAN UNIVERSITY.

    In his welcome remarks, the Acting President Prof. Kwaku Armah said “You are welcome to African University College, not merely a University in Africa with an African label. We are an African University with African “ethos” whose curriculum is centered outside the typical Anglo American axis with the specific intent of producing graduates who fully understand, appreciate and unapologetically manifest their Africaness in all spheres of their lives”

    Also present at the ceremony as the guest of honour was Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa,  Ghana’s Deputy Minister of Education in Charge of Tertiary Education who congratulated the graduates for successfully completing their various programs. Mr. Okudzeto Ablakwa recommended private universities for the good work they were doing to help improve Ghana’s educational sector. He also urged media institutions to hire trained and qualified professionals and also endeavour to pay them well when they hired them.

    Mrs. Emelia Ennin, a 2004 alumni of the Institution disclosed to the graduands that a degree in communications would equip them with skills that were urgently sought after in today’s job market.  These skills, she stressed “include the ability to think critically and solve problems, write and speak effectively, edit someone else’s writing, interpret, summarise data and organise ideas and information”.

    AUCC has a current student population of over 1,200 students from eleven African countries. The University currently offers Bachelors degree programmes in Communication Studies and Business Administration and is working feverishly to launch Masters programmes for the two academic programmes.

  • AUCC HOLDS ITS 10TH GRADUATION

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized its 10th graduation ceremony which also coincided with the graduation of the very first batch of students from the AUCC Business School which is officially known as the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    The ceremony was themed “Business Communication: The path to economic success.” The historic programme  was held on  Saturday, November 16, 2013 at the AUCC Discovery House in Adabraka, Accra, Ghana. A total of two hundred and fifty five (255) students graduated from the University College out of which 224 were from the School of Journalism and Communications and 31 were from the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    Delivering the Founder’s address, Hon. Kojo Yankah said “the continent is ready for professionals like you who have the drive to make a difference wherever they find themselves.” He further urged the graduates to join the ranks of solution seekers and not become seekers of excuses to justify their unemployment. The founder and the executive chairman of the AUCC, Hon. Yankah charged the graduates to use their education at AUCC as a stepping stone to a secure and promising future. He also charged the governing council and management of the University, to ensure that the school obtained its charter to run its own degrees under the name AFRICAN UNIVERSITY.

    In his welcome remarks, the Acting President Prof. Kwaku Armah said “You are welcome to African University College, not merely a University in Africa with an African label. We are an African University with African “ethos” whose curriculum is centered outside the typical Anglo American axis with the specific intent of producing graduates who fully understand, appreciate and unapologetically manifest their Africaness in all spheres of their lives”

    Also present at the ceremony as the guest of honour was Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa,  Ghana’s Deputy Minister of Education in Charge of Tertiary Education who congratulated the graduates for successfully completing their various programs. Mr. Okudzeto Ablakwa recommended private universities for the good work they were doing to help improve Ghana’s educational sector. He also urged media institutions to hire trained and qualified professionals and also endeavour to pay them well when they hired them.

    Mrs. Emelia Ennin, a 2004 alumni of the Institution disclosed to the graduands that a degree in communications would equip them with skills that were urgently sought after in today’s job market.  These skills, she stressed “include the ability to think critically and solve problems, write and speak effectively, edit someone else’s writing, interpret, summarise data and organise ideas and information”.

    AUCC has a current student population of over 1,200 students from eleven African countries. The University currently offers Bachelors degree programmes in Communication Studies and Business Administration and is working feverishly to launch Masters programmes for the two academic programmes.

  • AUCC HOLDS ITS 10TH GRADUATION

    The African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized its 10th graduation ceremony which also coincided with the graduation of the very first batch of students from the AUCC Business School which is officially known as the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    The ceremony was themed “Business Communication: The path to economic success.” The historic programme  was held on  Saturday, November 16, 2013 at the AUCC Discovery House in Adabraka, Accra, Ghana. A total of two hundred and fifty five (255) students graduated from the University College out of which 224 were from the School of Journalism and Communications and 31 were from the Sam E. Jonah School of Business.

    Delivering the Founder’s address, Hon. Kojo Yankah said “the continent is ready for professionals like you who have the drive to make a difference wherever they find themselves.” He further urged the graduates to join the ranks of solution seekers and not become seekers of excuses to justify their unemployment. The founder and the executive chairman of the AUCC, Hon. Yankah charged the graduates to use their education at AUCC as a stepping stone to a secure and promising future. He also charged the governing council and management of the University, to ensure that the school obtained its charter to run its own degrees under the name AFRICAN UNIVERSITY.

    In his welcome remarks, the Acting President Prof. Kwaku Armah said “You are welcome to African University College, not merely a University in Africa with an African label. We are an African University with African “ethos” whose curriculum is centered outside the typical Anglo American axis with the specific intent of producing graduates who fully understand, appreciate and unapologetically manifest their Africaness in all spheres of their lives”

    Also present at the ceremony as the guest of honour was Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa,  Ghana’s Deputy Minister of Education in Charge of Tertiary Education who congratulated the graduates for successfully completing their various programs. Mr. Okudzeto Ablakwa recommended private universities for the good work they were doing to help improve Ghana’s educational sector. He also urged media institutions to hire trained and qualified professionals and also endeavour to pay them well when they hired them.

    Mrs. Emelia Ennin, a 2004 alumni of the Institution disclosed to the graduands that a degree in communications would equip them with skills that were urgently sought after in today’s job market.  These skills, she stressed “include the ability to think critically and solve problems, write and speak effectively, edit someone else’s writing, interpret, summarise data and organise ideas and information”.

    AUCC has a current student population of over 1,200 students from eleven African countries. The University currently offers Bachelors degree programmes in Communication Studies and Business Administration and is working feverishly to launch Masters programmes for the two academic programmes.

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