By: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH
President of the WISCONSIN University International College of Ghana, Professor Obeng Mireku has announced that programs being run by the College are fully accredited by the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC).
According to him, WISCONSIN University International Collage of Ghana is also affiliated with some of the country’s leading Public Universities, such as the University of Ghana, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, the University of Cape Coast, and the University for Development Studies.
Speaking at the University’s 19th Matriculation ceremony at its main campus at North Legon in Accra, Professor Mireku disclosed that the restructured WISCONSIN Center for Professional Studies had introduced new professional and certificate courses such as neuro-diagnostic training and treatment, a certificate in Music with the state-of-the-art recording studio, certificate and diplomas in Security Management, Forensic and Investigative Psychology as well as Paralegal Studies.
The President of the WISCONSIN University International Collage of Ghana admonished the fresh and continuing students to make good use of the state-of-the-art library.
“Make the library your friend. You are privileged to have at your disposal a state-of-the-art library with a collection of over 8000 titles. Do not let this great opportunity to invest in yourself through reading widely go to waste” he reiterated.
Academic success depends on discipline, good time management, dedication, critical thinking, and problem-solving, communication, and collaboration. These qualities Professor Mireku explained are what students of the university will need while in school and beyond.
“At WISCONSIN University International Collage of Ghana, we have everything to transform you into quality graduates if only you explore the numerous opportunities at your disposal,” he added.
There were 3018 matriculants consisting of 579 males and 708 females for the Accra campus and a total of 731 freshers, made up of 194 males and 537 females for the Kumasi campus of the University.