Faculty: Innovation and Excellence

Amazing minds who are set on providing superior teaching and learning at ANU, the Faculty combine years or experience and innovation that create new paths and encourage students to excel in their work. Their dedication towards constant discovery and innovation leads students to embrace our key values and use them long after they graduate.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know what courses are required for my programme?

You can book an appointment with your Head of Department or academic advisor to take a look at the
course structure for your department.

Are the faculty of ANU always available for consult by students?

All Nations University faculty are mostly available during school hours for consult by students
with academic and social problems. The University also have standby counselors for consult by students.

What do I do if I miss an exam, test, assignment, etc. due to illness?

The first thing you have to do is to obtain a doctor’s report from a reputable hospital. Attach a letter of
description to the doctors report and submit to your lecturer and COE.

Faculty Development Programme

All Nations University anticipated the importance of Faculty & Staff Development as a fundamental block in the overall effectiveness of the institution. A deep commitment towards innovation through personal and professional development transformed ANU into the only Ghanaian university to have a dedicated Faculty Development Programme. The lack of quality human resources was one of the factors that fueled the inception of the programme that started back in 2005. This enabled the University to provide superior teaching and training, as well as having one of the youngest faculty with the highest qualifications available. More than 100 faculty and staff benefited from the Programme, with 20 currently pursuing PhD studies at various universities in North America, Europe and Asia.