Best Ranked IT school’s in Ghana

Technology plays a critical role in economic production and our daily lives. Computer technology and IT degrees help you prepare for a career in this essential sector. This piece will discuss the IT schools in Nigeria.

In our modern society of ever-newer technological advances, Information Technology specialists are some of the most sought-after and well-paid professionals.

A degree in the field, therefore, can guarantee any graduate a bright career future and a comfortable post-university life. Although still not so well represented as traditional subjects such as Law, Medicine and Engineering, Information Technology programs can be studied at about a dozen universities and colleges in Canada.

Below  is a compiled list of the best IT schools in Ghana.

1. NIIT Ghana

NIIT stands for Nigerian Institute of Information Technology (education) Suggest new definition. This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

Information technology (IT) and computers.
NIIT (www.niit.com), is a leading name in quality IT education in Ghana. NIIT proficiency spans both the IT education and IT-assisted training domains.

NIIT is fully equipped with wide and comprehensive collection of education programs that touches the lives of numerous market segments-from commercial organisations, with specific training needs to individuals looking for IT and non-IT skills.

2. IPMC College Of Technology

IPMC is dedicated to building the future of a powerful, self-dependent Africa; a power that comes from knowledge and highly skilled indigenous workforce.

Working in this direction, it established the IPMC College of Technology, Ghana’s no.
1 IT training institute, in 1992 to shape and hone the country’s future IT leaders and experts.

IPMC college of technology is a dedicated institution providing a world-class platform and highest quality IT-Education contributing to human knowledge in partnership with Global technology partners and nodal governing institutions.

3. ICT Training Centre

They seek to provide the most relevant & current Information & Communications Technology (ICT) training for industry professionals & students aspiring to be ICT professionals.

All their courses and training programmes are either offered directly by an International Certification Body or benched-marked to allow you sit for international certifications.

4. Aptech Computer Education

The institution specializes in computers systems, information technology, network security and engineering. Students are given projects which are closely monitored by instructors in order to check their progress and offer assistance. The institution is full pledged in offering technological solutions to all students.

5. Ghana Technology University College

Ghana Technology University College (GTUC), formerly Ghana Telecom University College is a graduate school founded in 2005.

Ghana Telecom University Courses seek to facilitate the training and graduation of leaders who will be instrumental in making significant contributions to their fields of expertise in particular and the world community in general.

The Ghana Telecom University was launched by the National telecommunications body mainly to facilitate advancement in media-related courses but has gradually grown into offering other courses, with a notable increased enrolment to about 7,000 students by 2017.

6. Accra Institute Of Technology

The Accra Institute of Technology, is an independent technology-focused research university based in Accra, Ghana. AIT is accredited by the National Accreditation Board (Ghana), of the Ministry of Education in Ghana to offer campus-based and open university programs in various fields. The campus-based programs are offered at the undergraduate level in engineering, computer science, information technology and business administration.

7. Regent University College Of Science And Technology

Regent University College of Science and Technology (Regent-Ghana) since its inception in 2005, has uniquely defined its domain of advancing science, engineering and technology education to meet the growing industry needs. Its programmes are distinctively developed with the aim of producing the technological human resource capacity for the nation and beyond.

The University prepares graduates who have the proficiency to deal with the challenges of the 21st century, the capacity for insightful understanding of prevailing economic issues and technological problems. Over the years, Regent-Ghana has been committed to achieving high academic standards and compliance with all regulatory requirements.

8. Wisconsin International University College

Wisconsin International University College, Ghana was established in Ghana, in January 2000. The offer Diploma in Information Technology programme which equips students with the knowledge, skills and competencies needed to analyse and solve problems across various systems and IT functions within an organisation. Students who successfully complete the Diploma programme may be able to progress onto a Degree programme.



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