Background & Rationale
ABS is a prestigious Christian Business School accredited to offer a range of globally recognised postgraduate, undergraduate and professional programmes in a Christ-centred scholarly environment that integrates faith and learning. The institution dates from 2004 when it was founded as a training institution by Bishop Gideon and Lady Olivia Titi-Ofei. It has enjoyed three separate name designations prior to assuming its current name, each reflective of its educational journey. First, it was founded as the African Centre for Leadership and Human Resource Development (AFRILEAD) to provide quality affordable short-term training to very busy professionals. Second, in 2010 it became the Graduate School of Governance and Leadership to coincide with its expansion into undergraduate programmes.
Our new name – Accra Business School – emphasizes the importance of our location, specialty and specificity of education provision. In a short period of less than 20 years, we have established ourselves as one of the most successful providers of private sector higher education in Ghana with a stellar reputation in both Ghana and internationally as evidenced by our portfolio of collaborative partnerships that we have secured. This success has been achieved by virtue of inspired and committed sector experienced leadership, being attuned to the needs and requirements of Ghanaian students, robust commitment to quality and regulatory compliance and providing quality education at affordable fees.
To develop a new breed of global business leaders educated to global standards who can create jobs, increase incomes and reduce poverty in Africa.
To be the pre-eminent and the most preferred Christian business school in Africa.
- Listening: Because you talk, We listen.
- Excellence: Because you deserve the best.
- Access: Because you deserve a chance.
- Dedication: Because you can count on us.
- Expertise: Because our skills guarantee your success.
- Relationship: Because we are your friends.
- Spirituality: Because Christ matters.