Accredited Chattered Private Tertiary Institutions in Ghana for the 2022 Academic Year

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EducationGhana |November 27| Accredited Chattered Private Tertiary Institutions in Ghana: The Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) was established by the Education Regulatory Bodies Act, 2020 (Act 1023) which repealed the National Council for Tertiary Education Act 1993 (Act 454) and the National Accreditation Board Act, 2007 (Act 744).

GTEC, an amalgamation of the National Council for Tertiary Education and the National Accreditation Board has the mandate to regulate tertiary education in all its forms in Ghana.

The Commission is responsible for the accreditation of public and private tertiary education institutions; and programmes of public and private tertiary education institutions.

Without limiting subsection (l), the Commission shall determine (a) the requirements for the maintenance of standards of physical infrastructure, governance systems, human resources and financial sustainability in the tertiary education sector;

the programmes and requirements for the efficient and effective operation of a tertiary education institution and maintenance of acceptable levels of academic or professional standards in the institution; and

the levels of all qualifications awarded by recognised or accredited institutions including professional institutions in the country or elsewhere.

Prospective and Continuing students must be very much aware of the kind of tertiary institutions they attend to for their certificates so as to prevent going to institutions that are not given the necessary accreditation to run certain programmes.

In view of these functions, GTEC has given accreditation to Eight (8) Accredited Chattered Private Tertiary Institutions in Ghana for the 2022 Academic year.

The Accredited Chattered Private Tertiary Institutions in Ghana for the year 2022 subject to review include;

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    The University was initially called the Adventist Missionary College (AMC) and was located at Bekwai-Ashanti.  It was transferred to Adenta near Accra in 1983 where it operated in rented facilities until it was relocated to its present site near Oyibi (kilometre 31 on the Accra-Dodowa Road) in 1989.  It was renamed Valley View College.

    The Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA) has, since 1983, been evaluating and reviewing the accreditation status of the institution.  In 1995, the University was affiliated with Griggs University in Silver Springs, Maryland, USA.

    This allowed the University to offer four years’ bachelor’s degrees in Theology and Religious Studies.  Then in 1997, the National Accreditation Board (NAB) of the Ministry of Education in Ghana granted Valley View College national accreditation thus permitting her to award her own degrees. Thus, Valley View University became the first private institution in Ghana to be granted national accreditation.

    The University serves students from all over the world.  It admits qualified students regardless of their religious background, provided such students accept the Christian principles and lifestyle which forms the basis for the University’s operations.

     

 

 

The Trinity Theological Seminary is the premier and leading ecumenical theological tertiary institution in Ghana and the West African sub-region. It is about eleven kilometres from the centre of Accra.

  • The campus is an ideal and serene setting for study, meditation, personal spiritual growth and development.
  • The seminary exists to offer Christian training, teaching, guidance, counselling, practical experience and an enabling environment to resource leaders for holistic ministry
The Pentecost University is a private university located at Sowutuom in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. It was founded by The Church of Pentecost and evolved from The Pentecost Bible College which initially trained only Lay Leaders and full-time Ministers for the Church of Pentecost.
On May 22, 2003, His Excellency J. A. Kufuor, the former President of Ghana, inaugurated PUC at the Sowutuom campus. The first PUC Council was inducted on May 6, 2004.
Pentvars was accredited by the National Accreditation Board (NAB), Ghana in November 2004 and awarded its Presidential Charter on May 28, 2020, by His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the President of the Republic of Ghana.
Prior to receiving a Presidential Charter, the university was affiliated with the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, the University of Cape Coast, and the University of Ghana. On June 1, 2020, the university announced the appointment of Rev. Prof. Kwabena Agyapong-Kodua, who replaces Apostle Dr Daniel Okyere Walker, as the first Vice-Chancellor since the university became fully-fledged.
The Central University was founded by the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) in Accra, Ghana.
 It was founded as a pastoral training institute by Mensah Otabil in 1988. In June 1991, it was known as the Central Bible College. It later became the Central Christian College in 1993 and eventually became the Central University College in 1998.
In 2016, Central University College attained the status of a fully-fledged University thus now Central University. the stated aim of the university is to provide an “integrated and biblically-based tertiary education with particular reference to the needs of the African continent”.[2] It is currently the biggest private university in Ghana.

 

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Ashesi University is a private, non-profit university located in Accra, Ghana. The mission of Ashesi University is to educate ethical, entrepreneurial leaders in Africa; to cultivate within students the critical thinking skills, the concern for others, and the courage it will take to transform the continent.
Ashesi’s mission is to propel an African renaissance by educating ethical, entrepreneurial leaders. Located in Ghana, this private, non-profit university combines a rigorous multidisciplinary core with degree programs in Computer Science, Business Administration, Management Information Systems, and Engineering.A student-led honour code, integrated community service, diverse internships, and real-world projects prepare students to develop innovative solutions for the challenges facing their individual communities, countries and the continent at large.Ashesi is now recognized as one of the finest universities in Africa, with a proven track record in fostering ethical leadership, critical thinking, an entrepreneurial mindset, and the ability to solve complex problems.And in 2018, the President of Ghana granted Ashesi a Charter to operate as a fully autonomous institution; no longer to be supervised by a public university under Ghana’s accreditation system. Ashesi is the youngest university to have achieved such recognition, and one of five private universities in Ghana to have a Charter.
7. All Nations University
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All Nations University was founded by Rev. Dr Samuel Donkor in Ghana. It began with 37 students in October 2002 and has now expanded to over 2000 students. It became an accredited university college in Ghana in October 2002.

All Nations University (ANU) was established by the All Nations Full Gospel Church (ANFGC), Toronto, Canada through the All Nations International Development Agency (ANIDA).

The Progenitor of the vision, Dr Samuel Donkor, challenged the African Diaspora in North America to support the development of Africa by investing in Human Resource Development through quality higher education.

The mission was to develop a new breed of leaders for the continent with a holistic education that emphasizes academic excellence, Christian values, discipline and ethical values in a Christ-centered environment.

The Government of Ghana readily embraced the idea in 1988, when Dr. Donkor sought permission for the All Nations University. However, it was not until 1996 that the master plan was presented to the National Accreditation Board (NAB).

Upon the approval by NAB, All Nations University was incorporated in 1996 and subsequently received its accreditation in May 1996.

After years of preparations, the University opened its doors to 37 pioneering students on November 4, 2002, for the Business and Computer Science undergraduate programmes. Today ANU has 13 accredited programmes and over 2000 students. You can read more about our programmes.

8.  AKROFI-CHRISTALLER INSTITUTE OF THEOLOGY, MISSION AND CULTURE

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The Akrofi-Christaller Institute of Theology, Mission and Culture, formerly known as the Akrofi-Christaller Memorial Centre for Mission Research and Applied Theology, is a tertiary, postgraduate research and training institute located in Akropong-Akuapem in Ghana.

Akrofi-Christaller Institute of Theology, Mission and Culture is a scholarly institution established to serve the wider Christian community in Ghana and Africa.

The Institute is accredited by the National Accreditation Board of the Ministry of Education (Ghana) as a postgraduate research institution, with a Presidential Charter to award its own degrees

The Akrofi-Christaller Institute of Theology, Mission and Culture is a postgraduate research and training Institute fully accredited by the National Accreditation Board of the Ministry of Education as a tertiary institution with a Presidential Charter to award its own degrees.

It is a research university promoting African innovation and excellence and is dedicated to the study and documentation of Christian history, thought and life in Ghana and in Africa as a whole, in relation to their African setting and to world Christianity. ACI seeks to strengthen Christian witness in modern Africa and world context through Christian scholarship.

Named after two past great scholars of the Twi language and pioneer figures in the cultural witness of the Church in Ghana, Clement Anderson Akrofi and Johannes Gottlieb Christaller, the Akrofi-Christaller Institute of Theology, Mission and Culture (ACI) (formerly Akrofi-Christaller Memorial Centre for Mission Research and Applied Theology, ACMC) seeks to be at the cutting edge of the church’s mission and encounter with society and culture in Ghana, Africa and the wider world.

The Institute stands in a tradition that combines piety, creativity and academic excellence in the furtherance of the witness to the gospel in Ghana and across Africa.

This was the hallmark of the training given in the historic Akropong Seminary whose buildings, (Basel House in Akropong-Akuapem), constructed in the 1840s and 1860s but renovated in 1992, and expanded in 1996-1998, the Institute now occupies.

ACI

The Institute was formally established in 1987 as an independent body, a company limited by guarantee and registered under the Companies Code as a charity.

The legal and administrative structures of the Institute were designed with a view to creating an institution that would be sustainable, financially self-supporting and sufficiently open to serve also the needs of the wider Christian and academic communities.

The staff members and students seek to model a Christian community, meeting for daily worship as the accompaniment of academic and pastoral activities.

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Prospective Students can also check out the Admission Deadlines for Tertiary Institutions in Ghana as well as their Entry Requirementsbefore Applying.

They can also check the Institions’ cut off pointsandHow to Applyto the various Tertiary Institutions in Ghana as well as the Insitutions’ Fees Schedulesfor any particular Semester or Year.

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