The Vice Chancellor of Wisconsin International University College, Ghana, Professor Obeng Mireku has appealed to the government to equip older universities to aid in the adequate supervision of new universities before granting charters. Prof Mireku said this on the back of the perception that private universities cut corners and churn out graduates who are half baked.  Professor Obeng Mireku also appealed to government to encourage mentoring institutions  charge a flat affiliation fee to enable private universities utilize the meagre resources available to them in providing quality education. The graduation was themed” promoting job creation and entrepreneurship to enable development in Africa”.  Guest Speaker Mr. Dennis Frado UN Representative, New York congratulated the Chancellor of the university Dr. Paul k. Fynn on the progress of the university .In his speech he took graduating students through ten lessons from the youth business international learning school review to equip them as they move into the next phase of life to pursue their goals.


The school graduated 899 students in B.A Business Studies, B.A Business Studies with options in Banking and Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing and Accounting, Bachelor of Science Management and Computer Studies, Bachelor of Arts Computer Science and Management and Diploma in Information Technology. 

85 students graduated in MBA with options in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, Management Information Systems and Project Management. 12 students graduated in MA, Adult Education and 23 students in MSC Sustainability and Management .Other special prizes like overall best students, long service awards and best worker were awarded to individuals who had gone the extra mile to prove themselves.

Performances from the school choir and tunes from the Ghana Immigration Service added up to the charged atmosphere in the auditorium.

The Awards Ceremony was supported by Unibank, Access Bank, Blue Skies, CIMA, and ICAG.