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  • AUCC OPENS DISCOVERY HOUSE TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

    The doors of the African University College of Communication (AUCC) were opened to the general public and prospective students at the 2nd Open House Seminar held at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka on Friday, July 8, 2016.

    The event was organized to give prospective students, their families and friends an opportunity to interact with the Staff, faculty and alumni of the institution in order to acquaint them with the exciting life at AUCC, as they continue to ponder on the school to pursue their undergraduate education with.

     The Director for Corporate Communications, AUCC, Mr. Ogochukwu Nweke welcomed all participants to the programme and stressed the need for them to be mindful of the decisions they make now since it has the tendency to affect their future.

    The Assistant Accountant of AUCC, Mr. Enock Otu-Acquah, who himself is an alumnus of the institution shared his experiences as a student and a staff. He explained that his training at AUCC has helped him to develop his public speaking abilities. He said that even though he pursued a degree in Business Administration, he was given the chance to study some courses in communication and that exposed him to the rudiments of communication. Responding to questions from participants, Mr Otu-Acquah explained that seasoned faculty coupled with facilities available made it easier for him to debunk the notion that Accounting is one of the most difficult subjects to study.

    Delivering a speech at the event, Ms. Faith Senam April an entrepreneur and one of Ghana’s foremost fashion PR consultants gave a brief background to how she started her business and attributed her success story to the values she imbibed at AUCC. She encouraged participants to identify their interests and pursue them passionately. She revealed that social media has been very instrumental in her rise to stardom, and it is one of the skills she acquired during her study in AUCC, the first institution in Ghana to introduce social media as an academic programme. She advised the participants to take advantage of the various social media platforms to form synergies with people who share similar aspirations, adding that AUCC would be a very good place to start the basics on this path.

    The Mawerehene of Adoagyiri-Nsawam, Otuosiribour Safo Kankam also shared his thoughts. He observed that most land disputes in Ghana can be traced lack of proper information dissemination and the absence of a proper use of communication. He testified that his training at AUCC has really challenged him as a chief to make a difference in the lives of the people in his community. Otuosiribour Safo Kankam completed his degree course in Visual and Digital Communication, AUCC in May 2016 and he is also the general manager, Obrempon Koncept.

    In his delivery, the immediate past General Manager of YFM, Kumasi and lecturer at AUCC Mr Samuel Ato Afful took participants through memory lane on how his experience as a lecturer has impacted on him. He said it is academia that must produce qualify people to fill key positions in industry. Mr Afful debunked the cliché that “Knowledge is power” and said that it is rather “Wisdom” that has power to transform a person’s life. He indicated that knowledge without wisdom is useless. He therefore urged all to discover themselves with a degree from AUCC.

    Also in attendance to interact with participants were the Registrar, Mr G. G. Narter-Olaga, Mr Dennis Tagoe (Assistant Registrar (Admissions), Mr Garnet Arthur-Prah (Director of Strategic Initiatives).

    Participants were given the opportunity to tour major facilities of the school including the Sam Quaicoe and J. H. Kwabena Nketia libraries, Radio Discovery, Computer Lab and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business campus. They also enjoyed free internet access. 

  • AUCC OPENS DISCOVERY HOUSE TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

    The doors of the African University College of Communication (AUCC) were opened to the general public and prospective students at the 2nd Open House Seminar held at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka on Friday, July 8, 2016.

    The event was organized to give prospective students, their families and friends an opportunity to interact with the Staff, faculty and alumni of the institution in order to acquaint them with the exciting life at AUCC, as they continue to ponder on the school to pursue their undergraduate education with.

     The Director for Corporate Communications, AUCC, Mr. Ogochukwu Nweke welcomed all participants to the programme and stressed the need for them to be mindful of the decisions they make now since it has the tendency to affect their future.

    The Assistant Accountant of AUCC, Mr. Enock Otu-Acquah, who himself is an alumnus of the institution shared his experiences as a student and a staff. He explained that his training at AUCC has helped him to develop his public speaking abilities. He said that even though he pursued a degree in Business Administration, he was given the chance to study some courses in communication and that exposed him to the rudiments of communication. Responding to questions from participants, Mr Otu-Acquah explained that seasoned faculty coupled with facilities available made it easier for him to debunk the notion that Accounting is one of the most difficult subjects to study.

    Delivering a speech at the event, Ms. Faith Senam April an entrepreneur and one of Ghana’s foremost fashion PR consultants gave a brief background to how she started her business and attributed her success story to the values she imbibed at AUCC. She encouraged participants to identify their interests and pursue them passionately. She revealed that social media has been very instrumental in her rise to stardom, and it is one of the skills she acquired during her study in AUCC, the first institution in Ghana to introduce social media as an academic programme. She advised the participants to take advantage of the various social media platforms to form synergies with people who share similar aspirations, adding that AUCC would be a very good place to start the basics on this path.

    The Mawerehene of Adoagyiri-Nsawam, Otuosiribour Safo Kankam also shared his thoughts. He observed that most land disputes in Ghana can be traced lack of proper information dissemination and the absence of a proper use of communication. He testified that his training at AUCC has really challenged him as a chief to make a difference in the lives of the people in his community. Otuosiribour Safo Kankam completed his degree course in Visual and Digital Communication, AUCC in May 2016 and he is also the general manager, Obrempon Koncept.

    In his delivery, the immediate past General Manager of YFM, Kumasi and lecturer at AUCC Mr Samuel Ato Afful took participants through memory lane on how his experience as a lecturer has impacted on him. He said it is academia that must produce qualify people to fill key positions in industry. Mr Afful debunked the cliché that “Knowledge is power” and said that it is rather “Wisdom” that has power to transform a person’s life. He indicated that knowledge without wisdom is useless. He therefore urged all to discover themselves with a degree from AUCC.

    Also in attendance to interact with participants were the Registrar, Mr G. G. Narter-Olaga, Mr Dennis Tagoe (Assistant Registrar (Admissions), Mr Garnet Arthur-Prah (Director of Strategic Initiatives).

    Participants were given the opportunity to tour major facilities of the school including the Sam Quaicoe and J. H. Kwabena Nketia libraries, Radio Discovery, Computer Lab and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business campus. They also enjoyed free internet access. 

  • AUCC OPENS DISCOVERY HOUSE TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

    The doors of the African University College of Communication (AUCC) were opened to the general public and prospective students at the 2nd Open House Seminar held at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka on Friday, July 8, 2016.

    The event was organized to give prospective students, their families and friends an opportunity to interact with the Staff, faculty and alumni of the institution in order to acquaint them with the exciting life at AUCC, as they continue to ponder on the school to pursue their undergraduate education with.

     The Director for Corporate Communications, AUCC, Mr. Ogochukwu Nweke welcomed all participants to the programme and stressed the need for them to be mindful of the decisions they make now since it has the tendency to affect their future.

    The Assistant Accountant of AUCC, Mr. Enock Otu-Acquah, who himself is an alumnus of the institution shared his experiences as a student and a staff. He explained that his training at AUCC has helped him to develop his public speaking abilities. He said that even though he pursued a degree in Business Administration, he was given the chance to study some courses in communication and that exposed him to the rudiments of communication. Responding to questions from participants, Mr Otu-Acquah explained that seasoned faculty coupled with facilities available made it easier for him to debunk the notion that Accounting is one of the most difficult subjects to study.

    Delivering a speech at the event, Ms. Faith Senam April an entrepreneur and one of Ghana’s foremost fashion PR consultants gave a brief background to how she started her business and attributed her success story to the values she imbibed at AUCC. She encouraged participants to identify their interests and pursue them passionately. She revealed that social media has been very instrumental in her rise to stardom, and it is one of the skills she acquired during her study in AUCC, the first institution in Ghana to introduce social media as an academic programme. She advised the participants to take advantage of the various social media platforms to form synergies with people who share similar aspirations, adding that AUCC would be a very good place to start the basics on this path.

    The Mawerehene of Adoagyiri-Nsawam, Otuosiribour Safo Kankam also shared his thoughts. He observed that most land disputes in Ghana can be traced lack of proper information dissemination and the absence of a proper use of communication. He testified that his training at AUCC has really challenged him as a chief to make a difference in the lives of the people in his community. Otuosiribour Safo Kankam completed his degree course in Visual and Digital Communication, AUCC in May 2016 and he is also the general manager, Obrempon Koncept.

    In his delivery, the immediate past General Manager of YFM, Kumasi and lecturer at AUCC Mr Samuel Ato Afful took participants through memory lane on how his experience as a lecturer has impacted on him. He said it is academia that must produce qualify people to fill key positions in industry. Mr Afful debunked the cliché that “Knowledge is power” and said that it is rather “Wisdom” that has power to transform a person’s life. He indicated that knowledge without wisdom is useless. He therefore urged all to discover themselves with a degree from AUCC.

    Also in attendance to interact with participants were the Registrar, Mr G. G. Narter-Olaga, Mr Dennis Tagoe (Assistant Registrar (Admissions), Mr Garnet Arthur-Prah (Director of Strategic Initiatives).

    Participants were given the opportunity to tour major facilities of the school including the Sam Quaicoe and J. H. Kwabena Nketia libraries, Radio Discovery, Computer Lab and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business campus. They also enjoyed free internet access. 

  • AUCC OPENS DISCOVERY HOUSE TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

    The doors of the African University College of Communication (AUCC) were opened to the general public and prospective students at the 2nd Open House Seminar held at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka on Friday, July 8, 2016.

    The event was organized to give prospective students, their families and friends an opportunity to interact with the Staff, faculty and alumni of the institution in order to acquaint them with the exciting life at AUCC, as they continue to ponder on the school to pursue their undergraduate education with.

     The Director for Corporate Communications, AUCC, Mr. Ogochukwu Nweke welcomed all participants to the programme and stressed the need for them to be mindful of the decisions they make now since it has the tendency to affect their future.

    The Assistant Accountant of AUCC, Mr. Enock Otu-Acquah, who himself is an alumnus of the institution shared his experiences as a student and a staff. He explained that his training at AUCC has helped him to develop his public speaking abilities. He said that even though he pursued a degree in Business Administration, he was given the chance to study some courses in communication and that exposed him to the rudiments of communication. Responding to questions from participants, Mr Otu-Acquah explained that seasoned faculty coupled with facilities available made it easier for him to debunk the notion that Accounting is one of the most difficult subjects to study.

    Delivering a speech at the event, Ms. Faith Senam April an entrepreneur and one of Ghana’s foremost fashion PR consultants gave a brief background to how she started her business and attributed her success story to the values she imbibed at AUCC. She encouraged participants to identify their interests and pursue them passionately. She revealed that social media has been very instrumental in her rise to stardom, and it is one of the skills she acquired during her study in AUCC, the first institution in Ghana to introduce social media as an academic programme. She advised the participants to take advantage of the various social media platforms to form synergies with people who share similar aspirations, adding that AUCC would be a very good place to start the basics on this path.

    The Mawerehene of Adoagyiri-Nsawam, Otuosiribour Safo Kankam also shared his thoughts. He observed that most land disputes in Ghana can be traced lack of proper information dissemination and the absence of a proper use of communication. He testified that his training at AUCC has really challenged him as a chief to make a difference in the lives of the people in his community. Otuosiribour Safo Kankam completed his degree course in Visual and Digital Communication, AUCC in May 2016 and he is also the general manager, Obrempon Koncept.

    In his delivery, the immediate past General Manager of YFM, Kumasi and lecturer at AUCC Mr Samuel Ato Afful took participants through memory lane on how his experience as a lecturer has impacted on him. He said it is academia that must produce qualify people to fill key positions in industry. Mr Afful debunked the cliché that “Knowledge is power” and said that it is rather “Wisdom” that has power to transform a person’s life. He indicated that knowledge without wisdom is useless. He therefore urged all to discover themselves with a degree from AUCC.

    Also in attendance to interact with participants were the Registrar, Mr G. G. Narter-Olaga, Mr Dennis Tagoe (Assistant Registrar (Admissions), Mr Garnet Arthur-Prah (Director of Strategic Initiatives).

    Participants were given the opportunity to tour major facilities of the school including the Sam Quaicoe and J. H. Kwabena Nketia libraries, Radio Discovery, Computer Lab and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business campus. They also enjoyed free internet access. 

  • AUCC OPENS DISCOVERY HOUSE TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS

    The doors of the African University College of Communication (AUCC) were opened to the general public and prospective students at the 2nd Open House Seminar held at the Discovery House campus, Adabraka on Friday, July 8, 2016.

    The event was organized to give prospective students, their families and friends an opportunity to interact with the Staff, faculty and alumni of the institution in order to acquaint them with the exciting life at AUCC, as they continue to ponder on the school to pursue their undergraduate education with.

     The Director for Corporate Communications, AUCC, Mr. Ogochukwu Nweke welcomed all participants to the programme and stressed the need for them to be mindful of the decisions they make now since it has the tendency to affect their future.

    The Assistant Accountant of AUCC, Mr. Enock Otu-Acquah, who himself is an alumnus of the institution shared his experiences as a student and a staff. He explained that his training at AUCC has helped him to develop his public speaking abilities. He said that even though he pursued a degree in Business Administration, he was given the chance to study some courses in communication and that exposed him to the rudiments of communication. Responding to questions from participants, Mr Otu-Acquah explained that seasoned faculty coupled with facilities available made it easier for him to debunk the notion that Accounting is one of the most difficult subjects to study.

    Delivering a speech at the event, Ms. Faith Senam April an entrepreneur and one of Ghana’s foremost fashion PR consultants gave a brief background to how she started her business and attributed her success story to the values she imbibed at AUCC. She encouraged participants to identify their interests and pursue them passionately. She revealed that social media has been very instrumental in her rise to stardom, and it is one of the skills she acquired during her study in AUCC, the first institution in Ghana to introduce social media as an academic programme. She advised the participants to take advantage of the various social media platforms to form synergies with people who share similar aspirations, adding that AUCC would be a very good place to start the basics on this path.

    The Mawerehene of Adoagyiri-Nsawam, Otuosiribour Safo Kankam also shared his thoughts. He observed that most land disputes in Ghana can be traced lack of proper information dissemination and the absence of a proper use of communication. He testified that his training at AUCC has really challenged him as a chief to make a difference in the lives of the people in his community. Otuosiribour Safo Kankam completed his degree course in Visual and Digital Communication, AUCC in May 2016 and he is also the general manager, Obrempon Koncept.

    In his delivery, the immediate past General Manager of YFM, Kumasi and lecturer at AUCC Mr Samuel Ato Afful took participants through memory lane on how his experience as a lecturer has impacted on him. He said it is academia that must produce qualify people to fill key positions in industry. Mr Afful debunked the cliché that “Knowledge is power” and said that it is rather “Wisdom” that has power to transform a person’s life. He indicated that knowledge without wisdom is useless. He therefore urged all to discover themselves with a degree from AUCC.

    Also in attendance to interact with participants were the Registrar, Mr G. G. Narter-Olaga, Mr Dennis Tagoe (Assistant Registrar (Admissions), Mr Garnet Arthur-Prah (Director of Strategic Initiatives).

    Participants were given the opportunity to tour major facilities of the school including the Sam Quaicoe and J. H. Kwabena Nketia libraries, Radio Discovery, Computer Lab and the Sam E. Jonah School of Business campus. They also enjoyed free internet access. 

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