Islamic University College, Ghana
East Legon – Adjiringanor, Accra, Ghana
AD 2000 / AH 1421
Knowledge, Faith and Service
The Islamic University College, Ghana (IUCG) was established in September 2000 by Ahlul-Bait Foundation, a semi Non-Governmental Agency of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The University Management is responsible for the executive management of IUCG. This include the day-to-day running of the University in accordance with the principles set by the University Council. The Management Board is composed of:
The vision of the Islamic University College, Ghana (IUCG) is to become the leading provider of academic excellence and moral uprightness in tertiary education in Ghana.
The IUCG is currently in affiliation agreement with University of Ghana, Legon, for the purpose of enrolment, teaching and award of degrees of the University for the following Bachelor’s degree programmes:
he University has enough lecture rooms that are spacious and well ventilated. Each lecture room is well furnished and is capable of accommodating more than 50 students; many of the lecture rooms hold up to 95 persons whilst three lectue rooms which are used for large classes do accommodate between 150 and 200 students.
Policy & Regulation
The University has a number of approved policies and rules that the university, staff and students should hold fast to.
The links given below are pfd documents stating the key policies, rules and regulations of the University.
- Examination Rules & Regulations
- Student Welfare and Disciplinary Procedure
- Library Policy
- Student Societies & Activities Policy
- Accommodation (Hostel) Regulations for Occupants
- Dress Code Policy
- Drug Usage Policy
FACULTY OF ARTS
The faculty is headed by Dr. Alhaji Iddrisu Hussein Ibrahim. It is the first faculty established by the IUCG in year 2000 and was accredited by the National Accreditation Board (NAB) to run bachelor degree in Religious Studies under an affiliation agreement with University of Ghana, Legon, for the award of bachelor degree.
In 2010, the faculty commenced an MPhil programme under an affiliation agreement with Al-Mustafa International University, Qom, Iran which is the sole sponsor of IUCG now. The staff strength currently is 8, of whom 4 are the faculty’s graduates who have returned to teach in the faculty after completing MPhil and PhD programmes.
FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The Faculty of Business Administration which was established in 2002 is accredited by National Accreditation Board and affiliated to University of Ghana Business School is headed by Mr. Alhaji Yusuf Ahmed Hamdan. The faculty is currently running 5 business administration options at the bachelor level. Graduates of the faculty are awarded the degrees and certificates of the University of Ghana, Legon.
FACULTY OF COMMUNICATION
The Department of Communication Studies was established in year 2011 and it is headed by Mr. Ato Amoaning Annan. The faculty was granted accreditation from January 2011 by National Accreditation Board to run Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) programme.
BACHELOR OF EDUCATION
The aim of the programme is to expose students to the spectrum of ECE in order to prepare them for career in schools, childcare centres, and non-governmental organisations (NGOs). This will enable the teacher trainee to be able to understand the concept of early childhood education which has positive effects on the ability of a developing child in all aspects of life.
Shake, Dr. Usumanu Nuhu Shaributu
(National Chief Imam, Ghana)
President John Dramani Mahama
Former President Ghana
Mr. Okujeto Ablakwa
Former Deputy Education minister
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