KAAF University College has been awarded the overall best business school of 2019 at this year’s Private Universities Students Association of Ghana (PUSAG) award ceremony.
The 13th Annual PUSAG Congress which was held at All Nations University, Koforidua, hosted delegates from all private universities in the country.
In July this year, KAAF University won the Second Phase of the HR Business Focus Challenge, a business challenge that seeks to unearth the entrepreneurial potential of both private and public tertiary students and to bridge the gap between academia and the world of work.
Being new at the competition did not stop the KAAF University team from emerging the best among all the private and tertiary institutions that participated.
Maintaining its reputation for innovation and excellence in business education over the years, KAAF University College was awarded the Overall Best Business School of the year.
The college also congratulated Nardia Mardina Tuokanso of the Law Faculty for the emerging Best Poet and spoken word artiste of the year and Linda Afoa Amoako for winning the office of the General Secretary at the just ended PUSAG Executives elections.
KAAF University is proud and grateful to all stakeholders for their enormous support over the years, making this dream a reality.
PUSAG was established in 2007 and now actively works with many private institutions across the country. It aims to offer a common platform for effective networking and the coordination of student activities on issues of national and international interest.
It also seeks to instil in students a sense of discipline and active participation in all activities relating to national development, while promoting friendship and cooperation between PUSAG and the public universities.