May 20, 2024

Wisconsin International University College, Ghana, Kumasi Campus on April 22, 2024 signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with CenBa Graduate Institute to elevating the promotion of Wisconsin programs and organizing a series of training programs, workshops, and professional courses.

The move is also aimed at enhancing educational opportunities and professional development.

CenBA Graduate Institute is an entrepreneurship and management training center committed at offering innovative business solutions to SMEs in Ghana.

Distinguished representatives from Wisconsin International University College, Ghana, including Prof. Kofi Sraku-Lartey (Vice-President) and Mr. Emmanuel Fosu-Kwarteng (Assistant Registrar and Head of Public Affairs and Marketing), joined forces with CenBa Graduate Institute’s Stephen Fosu (Managing Partner) and Alexander Boateng (Associate Member) to lay the foundation for a dynamic partnership.

Others were Mr. Jonathan Tabiri Essel (Coordinator-School of Communication Studies), Mr. Clement Asiedu-Menlah (Coordinator-Centre for Professional Studies), and Mr. Prince Charles Amoh (Facilitator-Media Centre) from WIUC-Gh, Kumasi Campus.

During the signing ceremony, Prof. Sraku-Lartey emphasized the importance of fostering relationships to enhance the visibility of the College among key stakeholders, particularly prospective students and parents. He highlighted the collaborative efforts in offering short and professional courses to empower Ghanaian youth and women. Mr. Boateng expressed his commitment to leveraging his platforms to amplify the institution’s presence and acknowledged the opportunity for WIUC-Gh to issue certificates for programs offered at CenBa Graduate Institute.

Wisconsin International University College, Ghana, renowned for its commitment to academic excellence and societal development, offers a diverse range of programs across various disciplines. The institution has recently opened its 2024/2025 admission portal, welcoming prospective students to enroll in programs such as BSc Nursing, BSc Midwifery, BSc Public Health, BA in Communication Studies (specializing in Public Relations, Advertising, Journalism, and Digital Marketing), LLB in Law, Bachelor of Business Studies (specializing in Accounting, Human Resource, Marketing, and Finance), and BSc in Information Technology. Notably, the School of Computing and Technology and the School of Communication Studies offer Diploma programs to students with two passes in their electives.

The partnership between Wisconsin International University College, Ghana, Kumasi Campus, and CenBa Graduate Institute signifies a strategic alliance focused on advancing educational initiatives, fostering innovation, and promoting professional growth. This collaboration is set to unlock new opportunities for students and professionals seeking to enhance their skills and knowledge in a dynamic learning environment.

By: Jonathan Tabiri Essel