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  • AUCC HOSTELS AVAILABLE

    Hostel facilities are now available for all AUCC students. Limited rooms available. Kindly call 0506012705 to reserve yours NOW!

  • WRITERS AND DEBATERS CLUB LAUNCHED

    The Writers and Debating Society (WDS) of the African University College of Communications (AUCC) has appointed its first Executive Council with a call on both executives and members to form the habit of reading and writing by Professor of Journalism at AUCC, Nana Essilfie-Conduah.

  • JOURNALISM EDUCATORS BRAINSTORM ON SCIENCE JOURNALISM SYLLABUS

    With funding provided by UNESCO, the African University College of Communications (AUCC) has organized a workshop for journalism educators in Ghana aimed at improving Science Reporting. The workshop took place at the AUCC Discovery House Campus on May 15, 2015.

  • SANGMORKIE TETTEH:TV3'S NEW LADY ON THE BLOCK

    For some understandable reason, the screens of TV3 have hardly been drained by telegenic faces. The latest addition Ms. Sangmorkie Tetteh, however comes with more than just a pretty face and captivating voice. She joins the fold with sheer poise and intellect, what some Ghanaians prefer to call brains. It was, actually her brains that earned her call up by the Kanda based television station. Sang – as she is fondly called picked the Best Development Communication Student Award when she graduated from the African University College of Communications (AUCC), Accra last year (2014). Since then, she has regularly anchored the station’s news in brief bulle

  • KWABENA NKETIA CENTRE FOR AFRICAN STUDIES LAUNCHED

    A special ceremony was held by the African University College of Communications (AUCC) to formally launch the Kwabena Nketia Centre for Africana Studies (formerly the African studies Department) on June 22, 2015. This was to honour one of Africa’s illustrious sons Prof. Emeritus Joseph Hanson Kwabena Nketia who has distinguished himself as a true Pan Africanist not only on the African continent but also across the globe. This all important occasion coincided with the 94th birthday of the world acclaimed ethnomusicologist and composer.


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