University Of Ghana Adopts Collegiate System From 2014/2015 Academic Year

The Management of University of Ghana would like to inform all stakeholders and the general public that the University has restructured and adopted the Collegiate System of management in the running of academic units.  This will start from the 2014/2015 academic year.  This reform aims at decentralizing the administration of academic programmes.  This should make University administration more efficient and more effective while giving students greater choice in programmes.    

The various academic units have been organised into four (4) Colleges, namely:


School of Medicine and Dentistry

School of Public Health

School of Nursing

School of Pharmacy

School of Biomedical and Allied Health Sciences

Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research

Centre for Tropical, Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics



School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

School of Biological Sciences

School of Agriculture

School of Engineering Sciences

School of Veterinary Medicine

Institute of Environment and Sanitation Studies

Institute of Applied Science and Technology

West Africa Centre for Crop Improvement

Biotechnology Research Centre

Livestock and Poultry Research Centre (LIPREC), Legon

Soil and Irrigation Research Centre (SIREC), Kpong

Forest and Horticultural Crops Research Centre (FOHCREC), Kade




Business School

School of Law

School of Arts

School of Languages

School of Social Sciences

School of Performing Arts

Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research

Institute of African Studies

Regional Institute for Population Studies

Centre for Social Policy Studies

Centre for Migration Studies

Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy

Centre for Gender Studies and Advocacy

Language Centre

University of Ghana Accra City Campus




School of Information and Communication Studies

School of Education and Leadership

School of Continuing and Distance Education


The various Colleges are headed by Provosts who are expected to spearhead the objectives of each of the constituent unit. 


In keeping with its mission, we will continue to create an enabling environment that makes the University of Ghana a centre of attraction for the delivery of cutting-edge research as well as high quality teaching and learning.   Our values will be underpinned by integrity, commitment, respect and loyalty, to enable us realise our vision of attaining a world class status.