The Graduate School is at the Center of PU’s mission for intellectual development, creative innovation and academic excellence, aiming at providing the cutting-edge knowledge and skills in research and scholarly enquiry.
The Graduate School runs various masters programmes in Business Administration, Commerce, and Pentecostal Studies. It has collaboration programmes at the MSc level with two top UK universities – University of Salford and Buckinghamshire New University (BUCKS) and affiliations with University of Ghana (UG) and the University of Cape Coast (UCC). The aim is to produce a critical mass of professionals who would contribute to sustainable national and global socio-economic growth and development.
In order to achieve its aim, the School has put in place plans to support students and faculty in diverse ways, not only in their stay at the Graduate School memorable but also enable them to achieve their individual aims and bring about progress in their specialized field of endeavour. Thus, the School uses multidisciplinary approaches as a key for unearthing, producing and sharing of knowledge, through collaborative faculty and students’ research activities.
This is because we believe that the analytical and research skills imparted to students, during their stay in school, will be very critical for their success in all fields of endeavours. Indeed, we are committed to establishing a link between the school and industry, commerce, and the public sector. Thereby guiding and helping students to shape their professional careers to impact live and associated communities.
Our core mission is to teach those who wish to learn, learn from those we teach, foster research and original thought, and through our graduate students and faculty, disseminate knowledge and transmit values of responsible civic and intellectual behaviour.
Pursuant to our effort to develop the total personality of our graduate students, PU Graduate School; has instituted the “Servant Leadership” and Practitioner’s Forum” concept.
The Servant Leadership (SL) concept involves inviting various leaders who have demonstrated Christian Principles in their leadership style to share their experiences. The main aim is to inspire, provide authentic leadership skills and to inculcate core values into our graduate students.
The Practitioner’s Forum (PF) on the other hand is a platform where students, faculty members, and professionals from the industry are invited to make a presentation on various relevant topics.
The objectives of these two programmes are to
- Create a platform for professionals from the industry to share their experiences.
- Help develop the presentation skills of our graduate students
- Enable our graduate students to network with industry players.
We are ready to provide a very welcoming and friendly educational community dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in knowledge and integrity to serve the present and future generations of our society.
Therefore, to choose PU Graduate School is a choice any serious career-oriented student would want to make.
Admission to PU Graduate School is very competitive, yet we welcome applications from people and sections of our society that today can be said to have been historically underrepresented in Post-Graduate Studies.
Please contact us for any further information you may need.