Methodist University College Ghana is a private tertiary institution. Methodist University admits students of any race, colour, national and ethnic origin to all the programs, activities, rights and privileges made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, colour, national and ethnic origin in admissions policies, athletic and other school administered programs.
Methodist University College Ghana does not have any political affiliations in Ghana or abroad. Methodist University College Ghana will work with all interested parties in achieving its educational mission of Morality, Excellence and Service
To impart knowledge and skills in disciplines relevant to national development within the context of general global development, and at the same time an all-round development of the student mentally, physically and spiritually on the basis of Christian principles.
To promote and develop academic excellence, spirituality, morality and service within the Ghanaian society
Aim and Objectives
i. Provide facilities for learning, and to give instruction and training in such branches of knowledge as the University College may desire to foster and, in doing so, to enable students to obtain the advantage of a liberal education, bearing in mind the manpower needs of the country;
ii. Promote by research and other means the advancement of knowledge and its practical application to social, cultural, economic, scientific and technological problems;
iii. Develop students’ ability to think critically and to develop the highest ethical and human values and excellent aesthetic taste;
iv. Provide opportunity to qualified candidates to have University education irrespective of race, gender or religion;
v. Provide students with the best academic, professional and practical training including the development of the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation;
vi. Encourage students to appreciate the importance of hard work and dignity of labour;
vii. Stimulate, particularly through teaching and research, interest in and appreciation of African culture and heritage;
viii. Encourage students to yield their lives to God such that their lives will reflect Christian principles, values and ethics including love of neighbour, honesty, humility and loyalty to their country