New MSc Management Information Systems

3 October 2013

New MSc Management Information Systems

Henley Business School and the University of Ghana Business School Collaboration

Henley Business School and the University of Ghana Business School Collaboration


On the 27th of September 2013, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Reading, Sir David Bell, and Professor Kwame Domfeh, the Dean of the University of Ghana Business School and representing the University of Ghana, signed the official Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on the collaboration of the new MSc Management Information Systems.

The new MSc programme will be delivered at the University of Ghana Business School in Accra with the first group of students starting in October 2014. The new MSc is research informed and practice orientated and reflects the increasing market demand for Information System specialists in Africa. It offers an excellent opportunity for students in West Africa to enjoy high standard British postgraduate level education on their door-step. All the teaching will be delivered by academic staff from Henley Business School, supported by the high calibre academic staff from the University of Ghana Business School.

Dr. John Effah, the Associate-Programme Director for the new MSc Management Information Systems, co-signed the MOA.

Also present to witness the signing of the agreement were:

  • Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School
  • Professor Kecheng Liu, Head of Business Informatics Systems and Accounting
  • Dr. Yinshan Tang, the Programme Director
  • Mrs Vicky Howard, Senior Quality Support Officer
  • Ms Anna Colquhoun from Reading International Office

From Left to Right: Dr. Yinshan Tang, Mrs Vicky Howard, Professor John Board, Dr. John Effah, Sir David Bell, Professor Kwame Domfeh, Ms Anna Colquhoun, Professor Kecheng Liu

From Left to Right: Dr. Yinshan Tang, Mrs Vicky Howard, Professor John Board, Dr. John Effah, Sir David Bell, Professor Kwame Domfeh, Ms Anna Colquhoun, Professor Kecheng Liu

For further information about the programme, Dr. Effah can be reached on jeffah@ug.edu.gh or (+233) 208117393.