Welcome to Nyansapo College, Accra-Ghana
Nyansapo College, an offspring institution of the internationally acclaimed Institute of Diplomatic Practice and Development Policies (I-2DP) in Accra, is the latest academic institution in Ghana established specifically to enhance capacity building of African officials. The aim of the College is to train more knowledgeable and confident practitioners to accelerate Africa’s march towards sustainable development and plausible integration into the global system.
Through Nyansapo College, Africa’s academia and leading practitioners in International Development Cooperation (IDC) as well as some recognised friends of Africa in that field are joining hands to enhance the continent’s prospects in the global political economy. Provision of specialised knowledge and sharpening of skills for African envoys and officials in both public and private sectors charged with the international relations of their respective establishments will be the hallmark of Nyansapo College.
To make Nyansapo College the institution of choice for capacity building of African diplomats and other public as well as private sector officials and representatives of civil society organizations who represent their countries and organizations at international meetings.
All courses under the MAIRD Programme are mandatory.
International Development Cooperation
This course seeks to underline the determinants of international development assistance received in myriad forms from various angles of the globe.more
The objective of this course is to provide students with a deep insight into the evolution of international relations over the centuries, especially in economic and developmentmore
The objective of this course is to demonstrate the important role of international organizations in international relations; especially the extent to which modern international organizationsmore
The objective of this course is to give students a good grounding in International Law, especially regarding how it is made applicable in international relationsmore