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Abbi Creation Fashion College

Abbi creation students have the opportunity hands-on learning, and close relationships with faculty and staff. Our part time and full-time faculty bring solid academic credentials, as well as a wealth
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Nurses Training College

Nurses Training College is a school in Ghana, West Africa. Tell us what you think of this school
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Agona Swedru Business College

Agona Swedru Business College is a school in Ghana, West Africa. Tell us what you think of this school
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College of Art & Industry

College Of Art & Industry is a school in Ghana, West Africa. Tell us what you think of this school
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New Juaben College of Commerce

New Juaben College Of Commerce is a school in Ghana, West Africa. Tell us what you think of this school
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OLA Training college

The formulation of this ?Strategic Plan? has come as a result of the move by the Ministry of Education, to upgrade teacher training colleges in Ghana into diploma awarding institutions.
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Freeman College

Freeman College is a school in Ghana, West Africa. Tell us what you think of this school
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Nigritian College

Nigritian College is a school in Ghana, West Africa. Tell us what you think of this school
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Trinity College

Trinity College is a school in Ghana, West Africa. Tell us what you think of this school
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Ghana College

The College has adopted the philosophy that all ?practitioners?, be they doctors or dentists, are basically physicians. A College of Physicians and Surgeons, with Fellows and Members from various spec
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Garden City Commercial College

Garden City Commercial College is a school in Ghana, West Africa. Tell us what you think of this school
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Ghana National College

Ghana National College was established on Friday, July 16th, 1948 in Cape Coast, during a period of agitation for self government in the then Gold Coast. Ironically it was christened Ghana National