The Graduate School of Governance and Leadership (GSGL) will now be known as the Accra Business School.
The new name of the school, according to its Founder and President, Bishop Titi-Ofei, reflects the school’s strategic direction and specialty in education provision.
“..the name change which was recently approved by the National Accreditation Board reflects our strategic direction and is an emphasis on our location, specialty, and specificity of our education provision. It is the completion of our evolution into a huge global brand,” he said.
The Accra Business School is a prestigious Christian Business School accredited to offer globally recognized postgraduate, undergraduate and professional programmes.
It is an affiliate of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Kumasi, Ghana and Australian Institute of Business (AIB) Adelaide, Australia.
It is driven by a business education philosophy based on the principle that Business Education and Business Growth will result in Democratic Stability.
The School has collaborated with various stakeholders especially in business to develop its unique programs relevant to both the local and international market.
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