Category Archives: Wisconsin

Wisconsin International University College February Admission

Wisconsin International University College February Admission To apply online, purchase an eVoucher using one of the following methods:  Visa Card: Click here to Apply online. Any of the following bank branches: ADB, HFC, Ecobank, Unibank (now Consolidated Bank Ghana), Fidelity Bank or Universal Merchant Bank   (Please insist to speak with the branch manager if voucher not available or subsequently email info@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh with any complaints). MTN Mobile… Read More »

Wisconsin International University College Ongoing Admission 2019

Wisconsin International University College Ongoing Admission 2019 To apply online, purchase an eVoucher using one of the following methods:  Visa Card: Click here to Apply online. Any of the following bank branches: ADB, HFC, Ecobank, Unibank (now Consolidated Bank Ghana), Fidelity Bank or Universal Merchant Bank   (Please insist to speak with the branch manager if voucher not available or subsequently email info@wiuc-ghana.edu.gh with any complaints). MTN… Read More »

Wisconsin University January/February 2019 Admission

Wisconsin University January/February 2019 Admission Undergraduate Programmes: BSc Accounting BSc Economics BSc Information Technology BSc Nursing  BSc Midwifery  Bachelor of Law BA Business Studies, Marketing BA Business Studies, Banking & Finance BA Business Studies, Human Resource Management BA Business Studies Accounting  BA Business Studies , General  BA Development and Environmental Studies  BA Communication studies  Diploma in Information Technology… Read More »

Wisconsin Youth empowerment In Focus At 11th Congregation

Wisconsin Youth empowerment In Focus At 11th Congregation Youth empowerment in focus at 11th Congregation Graduates must think of themselves as entrepreneurs, start small and work their way up and act with integrity. This was the advice by guest speaker Dr. Peter Senkbeil at the institution’s 11th Congregation on 24th November, 2018. A total of 902 students graduated… Read More »