Accra, April 9, GNA – Marshalls University College (Marshalls) has received global acknowledgement from the Cambridge University Students Union (CUSU) in the 2013 edition of the ‘Guide to Excellency Chronology’.
The global acknowledgement of Marshalls was mainly due its academic innovative syllabus which focuses on: Marshalls Business School (MBS), the School of Modern Languages (SML) and the School of Arts and Social Sciences (SASS).
A copy of ‘The Guide to Excellence 2013 Edition,’ obtained by the Ghana News Agency in Accra indicates that Marshalls are among only two educational institution acknowledged by the CUSU in Ghana.
Marshalls’ Business School has four Programmes namely: Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Bachelor of Science in Banking and Finance, Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Management, and Bachelor of Science in Marketing Management.
The School of Modern Languages has two programmes; Bachelor of Arts in English and Language, Bachelor of Arts in French Language and the School of Arts and Social Sciences two departments, which are Hospitality Management and Tourism Management.
In an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Mr Tetteh Nettey Marshalls,
President of the College explained that the College will soon introduce courses in the Sciences, Medicine, Engineering, and other related disciplines.
He said Marshalls will concentrate on addressing the current and future human resource needs of the country and Africa as a whole.
He said at Marshalls students and parents play a critical part in the academic planning of the institute as the institution seek to provide an educational experience that is incomparable to the benefit of students.
Mr Nettey said Marshalls University will like to encourage and promote the use of technology in teaching and learning; ‘we acknowledge it is the most effective way forward’.
‘Marshalls University does not discriminate against qualified individuals in admission or access to programs and activities. Students are encouraged to make initial contact with the Dean of Students or the Students Support Services Center upon admission or as soon as health related concerns arise.
‘Confidential discussions should occur between students and the Dean of Students or the Students Support Services Center as soon as possible to avoid service delays,’ he said.