Accra Business School is a prestigious Christian Business School accredited to offer globally recognized postgraduate, undergraduate and professional programmes in a christ-centred scholarly environment that integrates faith and learning. The School is an affiliate of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Kumasi, Ghana, Australian Institute of Business (AIB) Adelaide, Australia and the Awards for Training and Higher Education, Norwich, UK.


Historically schools such as Harvard and Yale (originally Puritan), Princeton (originally Presbyterian) Oxford and Cambridge once had rich Christian histories. Princeton’s crest still says “Dei sub numine viget,” which is Latin for “Under God she flourishes.” These institutions with Christian roots are noted for producing some of the world greatest business, political and religious leaders. Using similar business models of integrating faith and learning, the Accra Business School is already replicating this in Africa.

Formerly known as Graduate School of Governance and Leadership (GSGL), Accra Business School’s Alumni are accomplished men and women from varied backgrounds, including political, business, traditional and religious leaders. A few are listed here.

  • Hon. Ayi Koi Otoo, former Attorney General, Ghana.
  • Hon. Ofosu-Ampofo, former Minister of Local Government, Ghana.
  • Hon. Dzifa Attivor, former Minister of Transport, Ghana.
  • Hon. Major Rtd. Derick Oduro, Deputy Minister of Defence, Ghana.
  • Randy Abbey, Public Figure and PR Consultant.


Our name emphasises the importance of our location, speciality and specificity of education provision.


Our logo is an Adinkra symbol for Servant Leadership. Servus ducis written under the logo is Latin for Servant Leadership


Long term democratic stability hinges on rapid economic development led by the strong private sector. To sustain the emerging democracies in Africa, we need to develop a new breed of business leaders, educated to global standards who can create jobs, increase incomes, and reduce poverty.

So when we realized that business education in Africa is not producing job creators, but job seekers, we decided to create a Christian Business School named after the historic city of Accra, the capital of Ghana which has become a hub for quality education in Africa to turn the tide.


Driven by a business education philosophy based on a simple formula: Business Education plus Business Growth is equal to Democratic Stability (BE + BG = DS), we have in consultation with industry developed a suite of revolutionary business education programmes including MBA, MSc, PGDBA, BSc and professional qualifications that meet the training needs of the 21st Business Leader and the human capital needs of industry.

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