We don’t just give students an education and experiences that set them up for success in a career. We help them succeed in their career—to discover a field they’re passionate about and dare to lead it.
NB: All our courses are taught in English Language
It is my pleasure to welcome you to All Nations University.
A University set on making its students equipped, innovative, and inspired for every good work.
As the President of the Students’ Representative Council I warmly welcome the new students and continuing students to campus. It is my hope and prayer that your stay on campus brings out the best in you in diverse ways.
The SRC hopes to have the involvement of all the students in the various activities rolled out specifically for them.
Through this, we believe we will be able to build stronger ties of friendship and togetherness amongst us and form a much brighter and promising University Community moving forward.
Do not hold back on what you wish to achieve during your time on campus as ANU students. Educate yourselves beyond the classrooms, read wider, think bigger, and you will be able to do more than you could have ever thought. You are limitless!
Pray always and never lose hope.
There are so many ways for you to get involved!
So do get involved!!
With best regards,
ANU is committed to delivering quality higher education to help make Africa a better place by partnering with global leaders in higher education and industry. This commitment led the Institution to develop an amateur ground station that was able to communicate with the International Space Station. The institution took a step further by being the only private University in Sub-Sahara Africa to build and successfully launch a Cube-Sat (Miniature Satellite) into space.
All Nations University was established by Dr. Samuel H. Donkor in 1996 for the public’s benefit and it’s recognized globally. Throughout our great history, ANUC has offered access to a wide range of academic opportunities.
All Nations University Alumni association is excited to announce the arrival of ANU’s rebranded Alumni Network with the Theme “Retelling Our Story: Supporting Holistic Student Experience and Alumni Engagement”.
This new Alumni Network championed by the Office of Academic and Student Affairs would create the platform for alumni to support each other and benefit from a shared community of resources.
The ANUC Alumni Network transcends geographical boundaries. You’re in every conceivable field of work, in several countries, in families of every description and configuration. Among you are entrepreneurs, models, scientists, performing artists, educators, volunteers, and public servants. Differences abound within our community, but we also share core values – a commitment to service, a belief in access and opportunity, the drive to make a positive impact – that unite us.
Your commitment towards building this Alumni Network would serve as evidence of your commitment to the core values we share.
World Education Services (WES) is a 501(c)3 non-profit social enterprise dedicated to helping international students, immigrants, and refugees achieve their educational and career goals in the U.S. and Canada..