Introduction


  • Vision

    Forging Africa's Future through Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship.
  • Mission

    The MBA Global Business and Sustainability – Social Entrepreneurship Track prepares a new class of Ghanaian entrepreneurs who combine economic success with social and environmental sustainability.

    The MBA Program guides active and aspiring entrepreneurs to:

    • Transform a business idea into a business plan
    • Develop the business skills necessary to lead a business venture
    • Support in the scaling and growth of the new business after the completion of the degree
    • Link entrepreneurs up with an international network of potential partners and investors.
  • Core Values

    • We do not teach entrepreneurship. We train entrepreneurs
    • We offer tailor-made training and actionable business tools
    • We bridge the gap between business ideas and business investment
    • We trigger Team Work, Collaboration and Partnerships worldwide
    • We promote Environmental, Social and Economic Sustainability
    • We have passion for Social Transformation
    • We forge Creativity and Leadership
  • Formula

    A unique and flexible blend of class lessons, distance learning, and coaching to help MBA participants to apply what they learn to their business while keep on doing business and work:
    • Three (3) Intensive weeks of full time classroom and networking sessions.
    • Six (6) Long Weekends of full time classroom.
    • Eight (8) Distance Learning Sessions.
  • Where and When

    • Catholic Institute of Business and Technology, (CIBT)
    • P. O. Box GP 765 Accra, Ghana.
    • 4th Edition: October 1, 2016 – October, 2017.
  • The “MBA Global Business and Sustainability – Social Entrepreneurship Track”, aims at creating a concrete answer to one of Ghana’s most pressing needs: employment and job creation. The Program has been designed with a unique formula that combines the academic features of an MBA in Entrepreneurship with actionable business tools and networking opportunities for investments. The aim is to offer participants a chance to keep developing their Social Businesses while understanding the keys to grow them and increase their positive impact on the society.
  • The Program is structured on a part-time formula to enable participants to keep track of their businesses while attending the course. Distance learning materials and tools have been developed to allow participants to effectively pursue the MBA Program. A team of local and international mentors and coaches support participants in every step they take to start up and grow their businesses. This highly qualified international faculty represents a crucial element for the success of the MBA program.
  • However, the real plus for participating in the MBA Program is to become part of a system that:
    • Supports you in the fine tuning of your business idea
    • Helps you in defining courageous goals, in developing your team building skills, in combining strategic imagination and financial discipline.
    • Facilitates access to financing for the implementation and sustainable growth of your business
    • Creates stable links with a network of Ghanaian and international entrepreneurs
  • At the end of the Program, there will be a ceremony where participants will present their business plans to a panel of international entrepreneurs and investors. Links will be created, funds will be raised and ideas will be launched.

JOIN US, BECOME A SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR AND BE PART OF THE CHANGE!

Prof. Mario Molteni

The “MBA Program in Global Business and Sustainability - Social Entrepreneurship Track” is being organized by the ALTIS, Postgraduate School of Business & Society of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan, Italy (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore) in collaboration with the Catholic Institute of Business Technology (CIBT). The MBA Program opens doors for participants in terms of career prospects and the start-up of new business opportunities.

I wish to congratulate each of you for the courage and your passion for social transformation and assure you that you will enjoy every minute of your time here at CIBT. We invite you to join us at CIBT and we look forward to welcoming each of you to this life transforming Program.

The Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship trains both active and aspiring entrepreneurs in the start-up and/or scaling of their businesses.

    It supports participants in:

  • Transforming a business idea into a business plan
  • Developing the business tools and skills necessary to manage a new venture
  • Creating partnerships with investors, suppliers and customers.
  • The MBA program is structured as a “training camp” where each course directly responds to the concrete needs that arise in the start-up or scaling of a business.

    It is offered in partnership with local universities and confers a degree from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore of Milan, Italy.

    Formular

    The Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship comprises of a unique and flexible blend of class lessons, distance learning, and coaching to help MBA participants to apply what they learn to their business while keep on doing business and work:

  • Three (3) Boot Camps of full-time classroom and networking sessions;
  • Six (6) Long Weekends of full time classroom;
  • Eight (8) Distance Learning Sessions.
  • Where and When

  • Catholic Institute of Business and Technology,(CIBT)
    P. O. Box GP 765 Accra, Ghana
  • 3rd Edition: October 24, 2015 – October, 2016

Business Coach

Each participant of the MBA is accompanied by a Business Coach, a full time consultant who supports him/her in developing their business plan and in establishing relationships with mentors, partners, suppliers, customers and investors.

Action oriented training

The MBA is not an academic exercise, but applied learning where students are guided in verifying the feasibility of their business project and in drafting an investor ready business plan.

Relations with investors

The MBA is not an academic exercise, but applied learning where students are guided in verifying the feasibility of their business project and in drafting an investor ready business plan.

Mentorship

Students are introduced into an entrepreneurial ecosystem that supports them prior to, during and after the launch of their impact venture.

Local context and global perspective

MThe program is taught by both local and international faculty.

Executive Formula

The blending of classroom and on-line training allows participants to attend the program while continuing their current job or business.

European Degree

The Executive MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship awards a Master Degree from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Italy).

  • The MBA courses are divided into two main categories:
    • Business Courses: aimed to develop, test and validate the business model and acquiring specific managerial knowledge. Business Courses entail both business assignments and traditional examinations.
    • Business Labs: aimed to provide hands-on business management and development experience, acquire personal business skills, write the business plan and develop relations with investors. Business Labs do not entail traditional examinations.

Business Courses

  • Business models and strategy
  • Business Strategy and Scaling
  • Social Impact Measurement
  • Internal Accounting
  • Financial Planning
  • Financial Reporting
  • Entrepreneurial Finance
  • Market Analysis
  • Entrepreneurial Marketing
  • Human Resource Management
  • Business Research Methods & Statistics
  • Project management
  • Operations Management
  • Business Law and Taxation

Business Labs

  • Business Models in progress
  • Creativity
  • Business Planning & Communication
  • Meet Investors and Successful Entrepreneurs
  • Start-up Sales
  • Business Ethics for Entrepreneurs
  • Corporate Governance & Legal issues
  • Leadership & Innovation
  • The training methods for MBA courses consist of:
    • Classroom training by lecturers from ALTIS - Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan, Italy, Catholic Institute of Business and Technology of Accra and other international Business Schools.
    • Integrated courses taught partly on line and in the classroom by lecturers from all partner institutions.
    • The distance learning portion of Integrated courses is made available on Università Cattolica’s e-learning platform.
  • The course includes discussion and final presentation of the business plan which will be assessed by an examination board. The 2nd edition of the MBA program is scheduled to end in September 2015 with a Business Plan Competition and a graduation ceremony.
  • Attendance is compulsory and it is a condition for obtaining the University's Master’s Degree. The minimum attendance required in order to receive the Degree is 90% of scheduled teaching hours. All those who complete the course and passed required examinations are awarded the Master’s degree of “Global Business and Sustainability – Social Entrepreneurship Track” by the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan, Italy.

MBA PROGRAM CALENDAR: 4rd EDITION, 2016-2017

  • You have an idea to start a business and need to figure out how to do it;
  • You are starting a new business and seeking for a seed capital;
  • You are running a business and searching to scale it up;
  • You need to harness the full potential of your fast growing business.
  • The MBA Staff class is recruited in such a way that participants are given the chance to work together and mutually benefit from one another.

The MBA will help you to became a successful entrepreneur in

  • Starting-up a new business;
  • Scaling-up an existing business;
  • Starting-up or scaling-up a not-for-profit organization;
  • Opening a Ghanaian franchise of an international business that is linked to the MBA;
  • Becoming a leader in an already established organization.

The MBA will help you to became a successful entrepreneur in

  • Starting-up a new business;
  • Scaling-up an existing business;
  • Starting-up or scaling-up a not-for-profit organization;
  • Opening a Ghanaian franchise of an international business that is linked to the MBA;
  • Becoming a leader in an already established organization.

Throughout the program, MBA participants work with, and are exposed to investors. This ongoing interaction is the occasion for participants to become familiar with investors’ requirements and for investors to understand participants’ attitude and projects. This allows participants to develop their business ideas based on investors’ expectation and to create a trustful relationship. With this aim, the MBA organize a series of events with partners, invertors and donors.

Business Idea Competition

In advance to the Initial Boot Camp, all MBA candidates participate in the Business Idea Competition where they present their business ideas to a panel of investors who judge the economic viability and social-environmental impact. This is the occasion for participants to link up with investors and start developing a trustful relationship.

Business Model Competition

At the end of the Middle Boot Camp, MBA participants take part in the Business Model Competition, where they present their business models to investors in order to show them the actual improvement on the initial business idea. This is the occasion for participants to convince investors that their business “can fly”.

Business Plan Competition

At the end of the Final Boot Camp, MBA participants refine a full-fledged business plan and prepare a pitch for investors. They present their pitch to a panel of local and international investors with aim to raise investments and start or scale up their businesses.

    Admission Requirements

  • Candidates must be strongly oriented to being an entrepreneur. Specifically, prospective applicants must have:
    • A feasible business idea (start-up or existing, profit or non-profit) with strong social/environmental impact.
    • A three-year University degree.
    • English Proficiency
    • Computer and internet literacy.
    • Regular access to IT resources
  • Candidates with GMAT or GRE test would receive added consideration in the selection process.
  • All semester examination results shall be taken into account in the computation of the CGPA for certification.
  • Candidates with no Bachelor Degree but extensive business experience and a strong business idea, may be admitted to the MBA under exceptional circumstance. In such a case, the participant will not be awarded the Degree , but a certificate of attendance that under no circumstance will it be considered an academic degree.

Steps For The Application Process

  • All candidates who wish to apply for the MBA must follow a two-step processes:
    • Selection phase, aimed at identifying and evaluating eligible candidates
    • Administrative admission process, aimed at completing the administrative procedure.

Step 1 – Selection phase

Applicants are required to produce the following documents.
  • Application Form (to be completed on-line at http://www.unicatt.it/immatricolazioni/master and in hard copies at the Graduate Centre, CIBT, Adabraka, Accra).
  • Curriculum vitae.
  • Business idea (2-3 pages) describing the characteristics of a new business or the development of an existing one. Business summaries should include:
    • Business idea or concept
    • Social mission
    • Target customers
    • Target market and size
    • Competitors and barriers to overcome
    • Estimated social/environmental/economic impact
    • Essay entitled: Why my personal profile suits my business project.
  • Letter of reference (minimum 1) either academic or professional.
  • GMAT or GRE certificate (recommended).
  • Copy of Transcript of grades and Bachelor Degree Certificate.
All documents must be written in English and forwarded to: graduateschool@cibtghana.net or CIBT, Accra, Ghana.

    When

  • The deadline for the submission of applications for the 3rd edition of the MBA is October 9th, 2015.
  • Acceptance

  • Qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview and, once accepted, will be asked to send a written statement confirming their candidacy.
  • Admitted participants are required to pay an entrance fee of EURO 800 (or GHANA CEDI equivalent, non refundable) as official confirmation of participation, which would be deducted from the MBA’s campus fee, and go on with the second step of the Application Process.
  • Step 2 – Administrative Admission process

  • Copy of Transcript of grades and Bachelor Degree Certificate.
  • Successful applicants will also be required to complete the second step of the application process. Selected Applicants will be required to submit the following documents:

"Dichiarazione di Valore" is a certificate issued by the Italian Embassies (or Consulates) that authenticates a foreign degree certificate.

To obtain the "Dichiarazione di Valore" the Applicant must apply to the Italian Embassy (or Consulate) of the country/region where the Applicant completed his/her university studies and provide them with a notarized translation of the diploma in the Italian language.

In some countries, obtaining the "Dichiarazione di Valore" may take up to two months or longer. The Università Cattolica’s Masters Division can assist the applicants in their effort to obtain the "Dichiarazione di Valore".

When

Participants admitted to the 3rd edition of the MBA will deliver the above mentioned documents to CIBT by October 16th, 2015.

Campus Fees and Scholarship Policy

The campus fee for the MBA is EURO 4,000 (Ghana Cedi equivalence). A full scholarship will be awarded to the winner of the Business Idea Competition. No other scholarships are available. The MBA staffs are willing to develop individualized payment plans. For more information on payment plans, please contact us at:

For more information on payment plans, please contact us at: Catholic Institute of Business and Technology,

P. O. Box GP 765 Accra, Ghana

Email: graduateschool@cibtghana.net

Mobile: +233 (0) 57 55 34 432

Tel: +233 (0) 30-33-539

Website: http://altis.unicatt.it/mba-set-accra

Class

In order to ensure excellence of training, no more than 50 participants will be admitted. The MBA staff will adopt the “first come, first serve” principle. The first 50 admitted participants who have paid the deposit fee after admission will be matriculated.

ALTIS Postgraduate School of Business & Society of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan, Italy (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore) of Milan (http://altis.unicatt.it/altis-home?rdeLocaleAttr=en)

Founded in 1921, the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan, Italy (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore - UCSC, is the largest private institution of higher learning in Europe.

UCSC, with 42,000 students and 12 Faculties, is an academic community whose purpose is to contribute to the development of specialized studies, scientific research, and to the preparation of young adults for work, service in research and teaching, and careers in the public and private sectors. It achieves these goals by offering a superior academic education inspired by the basic principles of Christian Social Doctrine. www.unicatt.it

ALTIS promotes innovation in business in order to simultaneously foster competitive advantage and meet the ever-growing social and environmental demands of stakeholders.

ALTIS is characterized by openness towards the international business world and a desire to effectively serve the students and enterprises with whom it interacts.

From 2005 the postgraduate school has offered educational programs specifically for students from Sub-Saharan Africa with the Master in Development Management (2005 – 2006), and the full time MBA Global Business and Sustainability (2007 to 2013)


Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (http://www.cibtghana.net)

The Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT) is a Catholic-based co-educational institution accredited by the National Accreditation Board (NAB) of Ghana on July 17, 2008 to operate as a fully fledged University college: CIBT is affiliated to the University of Ghana, Legon. CIBT is a leading tertiary institution, a place of excellence, devoted to providing an intellectual, moral and social environment that responds to the needs of a diverse and rapidly transforming society.

Loyola Institute of Business Administration (www.liba.edu)

LIBA is recognized as the most innovative Business School in Tamil Nadu and one of the best in India. The Hindustan Times (a popular Indian newspaper) ranks LIBA number 4 among private Indian Business Schools. LIBA has been collaboration with ALTIS and UCSC since 2007.

LIBA contributes highly qualified professors and a far-reaching network of research and business contacts to the MBA Program.

  • Opportunity: Transform a business idea into a fully developed and field-tested business plan.
  • Degree: Master’s degree in Global Business and Sustainability - Social Entrepreneurship Track from the School of Economics of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan, Italy (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore), Italy.
  • Language: English.
  • Location of lectures: Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT).
  • Duration: 12 months.
  • Formula: A unique blend of Class lessons, Distance Learning, and Coaching.
  • Faculty: Europe, India, and Africa.

Admission requirements

  • Application Form (to be completed on-line at http://www.unicatt.it/immatricolazioni/master)
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Business summary
  • At least 1 academic or professional reference letter
  • GMAT/GRE Test (Recommended)
  • Bachelor Degree Certificate
  • Transcripts

The above listed documents should be submitted in person at Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT) Postgraduate Office or online by email: graduateschool@cibtghana.net  for the initial screening process.

Application deadlines:

3rd MBA Edition starting on October 24th, 2015

  • First Step: October 9th, 2016
  • Second Step: October 16th, 2017

Through the program MBA participants are supported by a network of experienced entrepreneurs, fund managers and investors. This group of successful business people help MBA participants: to bridge the gap between business aspiration and action; understand industry specific funding opportunity; draw sector specific business intelligence.

Some of most successful the MBA Mentors:

Philip Ayesu

CEO

Multiple Concepts Group

Philip is a Ghanaian consummate businessman, an entrepreneur and a marketing & advertising practitioner. Philip assists MBA participants to open their mind to ground-breaking business strategies.

Hon. Dr. Seth Adjei Baah

President

The Ghana Chamber of Commerce

Hon. Baah has over 30 years experience in starting and growing businesses. Hon. Baah help MBA participants to strategize their businesses and understand the business ecosystem.

Kwame Amoako Annoh

SVP, Head, Credit Administration

The Royal Bank of Ghana

Kwame has an extensive experience in the finance and banking sector, Ghana and abroad. Kwame help MBA participants to develop a successful financial strategy to start and grow their businesses.

William des Bordes

CEO & Chairman

Weston Group

William is an accomplished entrepreneur with a keen understanding of business strategy and innovation. William will help MBA participants to expand their vision beyond Ghana.

Rexford Kontor

Executive Director

Weston Group Ghana Ltd

Rex has over 10 years experience managing business systems to optimize growth. Rex help MBA participants to develop impactful growth strategy and develop business partnership.

Ahmed Jamal Idrissu

Director, Investment and Credit

NBSSI

Jamal is the head of Credit, National Board for Small Scale Industries. He handle funds for the development of small scale businesses. Jamal assists MBA participants to devise strong financial strategies.

Maureen Erekua Odoi

Co-Founding Director

African Aurora Business Network

Maureen leads a team of Certified Business Advisors and manages a business network with 10,000 members nationwide. Maureen help MBA participants to find the right people to work with.

Frederick Ofori-Mensah

CEO, Weston Capital

Frederick has extensive exposure and experience in financial analysis, investment banking and business development. Frederick help MBA participants to develop sound financial management systems.

AABN: African Aurora Business Network is an enterprise development organization that promotes SME's by providing a comprehensive package of advisory services on capacity building, market access, technology and access to financing and productive resources.

EMPRETEC Ghana: A member of the multinational EMPRETEC network, is a leading enterprise development agency, strongly committed to the development of a healthy private sector, with specific emphasis on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs).

GAIN: Ghana Angel Investor Network is a network of Angel investors with a passion for investing in early-stage businesses with significant growth prospects and the potential to generate superior returns.

Ghana Chamber of Commerce & Industry: The Ghana Chamber of Commerce is an association of business operators, firms and industries. Chamber’s aim is to propel commercial and industrial interests as well as the development of the Ghanaian economy.

Ghana StartUp Cup: Ghana StartUp Cup is the Ghanaian chapter of the worldwide initiative operating in 45 countries. Aim is to spur the growth of sustainable new businesses and local entrepreneurial ecosystems. It organizes the Global Entrepreneurship Week.

Growth Mosaic: Growth Mosaic is a social-purpose business preparing small and growing businesses to access and manage growth investment. This enables its clients to attract growth investment as well as improves deal flow for investors.

National Board for Small Scale Industries: The National Board for Small Scale Industries is a public sector organization under the Ministry of Trade & Industry. NBSSI’s mission is to offer business development services for micro and small enterprises.

Oasis Capital Ghana Limited: Oasis Capital Ghana seek to provide capital to businesses in Africa. They offer a business development service to investee with the aim to mitigate risk, improve business models and realize sustainable returns for stakeholders.

Opes Impact Fund: Italian private foundation whose mission is to invest into social enterprises which apply sustainable market-based solutions to solve the most persistent problems affecting the BoP (Base of the Pyramid) population.

Royal Bank of Ghana: The Royal Bank is a wholly Ghanaian owned company with a vision to become the Bank of Choice which is driven by a mission to provide an excellent, innovative and world class banking experience.

Weston Group: The Weston Group collaborates and supports businesses, organizations and institutions that require capital to grow their businesses and increase efficiency and profitability. Their vision is to select and promote viable and profitable investment opportunities within the sub-Saharan region of Africa.

U-Start.biz, the unique platform whose goal is to facilitate entrepreneurs in improving their businesses. U-Start.biz aims at being the matching platform for entrepreneurs and investors and at providing a friendly and secure tool for entrepreneurs to showcase their business.

E4impact is an initiative of ALTIS, Graduate School Business and Society at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Italy), aimed at training impact entrepreneurs in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

The heart of E4impact is the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship, a unique Executive program offered by ALTIS in partnership with local universities in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

E4impact brings would-be, early stage and high growth entrepreneurs into a university program where, through practical and results oriented education and through interaction with the local business community and potential investors, these entrepreneurs can launch their business and contribute to the sustainable development of their country.

Mission

  • Develop a new generation of entrepreneurs capable of combining economic success and positive social impact;
  • Build a learning community of Universities interested in furthering impact entrepreneurship research and education;
  • Coordinate an international entrepreneurial ecosystem made up of incubators, accelerators, impact funds, venture capitalists and corporations;
  • Replicate successful Impact Businesses from around the world, matching them with potential entrepreneurs in the African, Asian and Latin American countries in which the MBA is run.
  • Core Values

    We do not teach entrepreneurship. We train impact entrepreneurs
    We forge sustainable development through Impact Entrepreneurship
  • The start-up of a new business: Launch a new business venture that addresses a pressing social or environmental need.
  • The start-up of a not-for-profit activity: Bring innovation and managerial efficiency to the creation of new not-for-profit activities.
  • The development of an existing business or not-for-profit: Receive the training, guidance and contacts aimed at achieving economic stability and growth.
  • The opening of a “social franchise”: replicate successful international business models in your country

Joseph Nkandu, 2011 MBA class, Nairobi, Kenya, founder of Nucafe. “I am really so grateful to ALTIS Postgraduate School of Business & Society for empowering me to develop the agricultural value chains beyond coffee. Today I am implementing two agribusiness projects which are: The Centre for Agribusiness and Farmer Entrepreneurship Enhancement (CAFE) and the Agribusiness Incubator, which is the Consortium for Enhancing University Responsiveness to Agribusiness Development (CURAD)".

Jacquiline Kiage, 2012 MBA class, Nairobi, Kenya, Co-founder of Innovation Eye Centre. “The MBA was indeed with a Life Purpose. The concept of sustainability is fascinating and that made the program to open my mind and helped me to see life from a holistic point of view. The MBA has made it possible to create and deliver first class comprehensive eye care services to all in order to “Improve Lives through Affordable Quality Eye Care”.

Ronald Kefa, 2013 MBA class in Nairobi, Kenya, Owner of Surelink International. “Attending the MBA was the catalyst that nurtured and reinforced the entrepreneurial spirit within me. I left my employment after graduating in March 2013 to concentrate on the provision of sustainable and affordable housing, using economical and eco-friendly interlocking stabilized soil blocks (ISSB) technology. My aim is to improve the housing conditions of middle-lower and low income Kenyans by applying sustainable building solutions. I've been transformed from a “wanna-be” entrepreneur to a real entrepreneur”.

Cecil Senna Nutakor, 2013 class in Accra, Ghana, founder of Equinox Intercom Limited. Cecil was declared the winner of the MBA Business Idea Competition in 2013 and has been awarded a full scholarship for the MBA program. He has won several prestigious international awards as a social entrepreneur, including Global Innovators Award, organized by infoDev of the World Bank in 2009. Cecil’s ultimate goal is to become a "Polipreneur" (Political Entrepreneur) in order to address the social injustices of our global society and at the same time continue to build sustainable social ventures.

The campus fee for the MBA is EURO 4,000 (or GHANA CEDI equivalent). A full scholarship will be awarded to the winner of the Business Idea Competition. No other scholarships are available. The MBA staff is willing to develop individualized payment plans.

For more information on payment plans, please contact us at:

Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT)

P. O. Box GP 765 Accra, Ghana

Email: graduateschool@cibtghana.net

Tel: 00233 – 30-33-539

Website: http://altis.unicatt.it/mba-set-accra

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The MBA Programme Manager

Catholic Institute of Business and Technology (CIBT)

P. O. Box GP 765 Accra, Ghana

Tel: Landline: +233-(0)307033539

E-Mail: graduateschool@cibtghana.net

Website: www.cibtghana.net

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

ALTIS Postgraduate School of Business & Society

Via San Vittore 18, Milan (Italy)

P.O. Box: 20123

For more info

http://altis.unicatt.it/mba-set-accra