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To better equip academics, especially young academics at the start of their careers to become effective academic writers and researchers and thus lay the foundations for a successful career in Academia.


Being admitted for a Doctoral qualification is not just a case of meeting the relevant admission requirements. Indeed there are two main obstacles to getting accepted for a Doctoral research degree.

  • First, many good students are denied admission because they lack informed advice and guidance as to the identification and drafting of their research proposal and have had little or no assistance in choosing the right international University best suited to their proposed area of research.
  • Secondly, many Universities do not have as much Doctoral research supervisory capacity as they would like.

To address these realities, Accra Business School in conjunction with Cambridge International Education Centre (CIEC) have launched the ABS/CIEC PhD Advantage programme which is designed to better help qualified students gain admission at a UK or International University to study for a Doctoral research degree.

Being admitted for a Doctoral qualification is not just a case of meeting the relevant admission requirements. Indeed there are two main obstacles to getting accepted for a Doctoral research degree.

  • First, many good students are denied admission because they lack informed advice and guidance as to the identification and drafting of their research proposal and have had little or no assistance in choosing the right international University best suited to their proposed area of research.
  • Secondly, many Universities do not have as much Doctoral research supervisory capacity as they would like.

To address these realities, Accra Business School in conjunction with Cambridge International Education Centre (CIEC) have launched the ABS/CIEC PhD Advantage programme which is designed to better help qualified students gain admission at a UK or International University to study for a Doctoral research degree.


The Human Resource Management function has changed markedly in the past 30 years, from an emphasis on personnel, welfare, discipline and training to a focus on HR policies and practices that lay a key strategic role in the Ability-Motivation-Opportunity model that underpins High Performance Work Systems. Contemporary HR analysts suggest that the focus has now shifted towards cost control and the protection of shareholder returns. The Covid-19 pandemic is arguably creating new challenges for HR to develop ways of working that create sustainability for organisations and their workforce.

This 60 Credit short course covers both the key HR skills and the emerging HR perspectives so important to the contemporary workplace.


As a graduate in a non-financial subject area, this four month course will help prepare you for a role in which Financial Management plays an important part. This may or may not…

This short course in Marketing is specially devised for graduates in non-related disciplines who are seeking entry into this fast growing profession.


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