About Anglican University College of Technology School Of Business

About Anglican University College of Technology School Of Business

The Anglican University College of Technology (ANG.U.TECH) is a privately owned Institution established by the Anglican Church to provide quality tertiary education to train and develop graduates in the field of science and technology to respond to the challenges of ever changing global market seeking to bring to bear the relentless effort for excellence through critical and analytical thinking.This education and training will also ensure that students are well prepared for continuous and further learning.

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ANG.U.TECH is a multi-campus institution, an ICT-based institution which combines the traditional way of teaching with virtual teaching through the use of computers and the world-wide-web. The first campus of the University College is located at Nkoranza in the Brong Ahafo Region. The next campuses will be located at Ofoase Kokoben in the Ashanti Region and a third one in Accra/Tema in the Greater Accra Region.

Our programmes are designed to make students remain in tune with the global technological, agricultural, business, entrepreneurship and research trends. In this regard, ANG.U.TECH has made ICT training, entrepreneurship and research integral parts of all programmes of study. ANG.U.TECH is in strategic alliance with a number of institutions, including the Advanced Information and Technology Institute of the Kofi Annan Centre of Excellence in ICT training (AITI-KACE) in order to achieve its goals.

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Transforming science and technology education for national development.

“The Anglican University College will create an appropriate academic and social environment within the context of modern technology to produce graduates who:

Are highly skilled and secure in the use of technology

Effectively use technology as a tool

Conduct innovative research and provide extension services for industry in the whole of Africa and Ghana in particular;

Are equipped with designing and manufacturing/production skills; and

Are capable of working independently or in a team in the competitive modern science and technology job market, while supporting the developmental plan of the country, thereby making available the high level human capital required for development on our continent”