Students who desire to pursue MBA programmes at Wisconsin International University College, Ghana, would be given a 50% fee cut.
This was announced by the Founder and Chancellor of the first accredited private university in Ghana, Dr. Paul Kofi Fynn, when the National Executive Committee of the Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) paid a courtesy call on him.
According to Dr. Fynn, management of the Wisconsin University College, Ghana took the decision to cut half (50%) of the fees charged students wanting to undertake MBA courses due to the negative impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the country.
He said: “Wisconsin International University College, Ghana is not a profit minded institution. So the university is not charging students what pertains in the market currently. The mission of this university is to develop world-class human resources equipped with the appropriate knowledge, skills, and attitudes to meet national development needs and global challenges through quality teaching, learning, research, knowledge dissemination, and collaboration with key stakeholders,” Dr Fynn reiterated.
Wisconsin International University College is currently running MBA programmes in HR Management, Finance, Accounting, Marketing, MIS and Project Management.