African University College of Communications

Adabraka, Accra

Through outstanding academic programmes in communication and business, and an academic leadership center, African University College of Communications prepares leaders to make impactful contributions in their local communities.

1,200

Students

City

Campus Type

8

Programs

private

Type

ABOUT OUR SCHOOL

The African University College of Communications, established in 2002, is among the nation's oldest private universities and most distinguished private institutions of higher education. Located in Accra, the school founder, Hon. Kojo Yankah, a former Editor of the Daily Graphic and former Director of Ghana Institute of Journalism was a strong advocate for highlighting the importance of communication in this age. The university was originally known as African Institute of Journalism and Communications. AUCC was formally accredited as a tertiary institution in 2004. AUCC has two schools for Communication and Business. Student life is exciting, buzzling with a lot of student groupings, social activities and private residential facilities.

Quick Facts

Founded On

2002

Student Population

1,200

International Students

Not Reported

Gender Ratio

Not Reported

Tution

Ghc 1,400

Scholarship

Yes

Why Choose African University College of Communications

  • Outstanding student satisfaction
  • Excellent transport links
  • A world-class reputation

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Location

Adabraka, Accra

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