Since the inception of the institute, it has become one of the famous and foremost private institutions of higher learning in the country. IBM&J is a well known institute with the academic staff members carefully selected for their experiences and expertise in their chosen fields.
Most of the lecturers also brings a wealth of industrial experience to the classroom to help bridge the gab between what is thought in the classroom and the professional world.
1. Nana Kwabena Nining II – Member
2. Mr Haruna Asoga (Sec) – Member
3. Mr Kwaku  Frimpong – Member
4. Mr P.F.Owusu – Member
5. Mrs Esther Adu – Gyimah – Member
1. Joe Nketia Aseidu             – Chairman
2. Francis Boateng               – Secretary
3. P. F Owusu –          Member
4. George Arthur – Member
5. Kwame B. Bour                – Member
1. Francis Boateng            – Chairman
2. Joe Nketia –        Secretary
3. P. F. Owusu –       Member
4. George Arthur              – Member
5. Patricia Acheampong Poku – Member
1. P. F. Owusu – Director
2. Samuel Ntoh-Boadi – Registrar
3. Patricia A. Poku – Snr. Asst. Registrar
4. Joseph K. Hagan – Dean
5. Mary A. Boasiako – Secretary
6. Vida Asare Asst. Secretary
7. Agyei Boadu – Accountant
8.  George Arthur – Head of Journalism Dept.
9. Joseph Aseidu Nketia – Head Marketing Dept
10. Diana Abena Oppong – Librarian
11. Sam Davis Obeng – Course Counselor
12. Patricia Amoah – Receptionist
13. Manaseh Osei – Owusu – ICT Consultant
14. Kwame Benyibaling Bour – Administrative Director
1.Joseph Nketiah Asiedu               – Customer Service/Marketing
2. Kwame B.Bour                           – Human Psychology / Media Research Methods
3.Akua Boahemaa – Photo Journalism/Mass Communication
4. George Arthur – Journalism/ News Paper Reporting
5. J.K. Hagan – Communication Skills / French
6. Prince Scott Daniels – Advertising / Sales Mgt
7.Francis Boateng – Business Communication / Economics
8.Collins Kankam Kwarteng – Media Law & Ethics / Freelance & Feature Writing
9.Sam Davis Obeng – Administration/ Office Management
10.Alex Ofori – Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
11.Richmond Afrane – Radio Practicals / Attachment
12.Michael Jackson Mensah             -Marketing Environment / Social Marketing
13.Samuel  Afriyie                          – Marketing Enviroment / Public Relations
14.Alfred Atakora                          – Buyer Behaviour / Brands & Branding
15. Joseph Agyemang                    – Accounting / Quantitative Methods
16. Eric Semanhyia – African Studies
17. Emmanuel  Antwi Fordjour         -Journalism / French / Newspaper
The Institute is Accredited by the National Accreditation Board, Ghana since January, 2005.  We are also Affiliated to University of Education, Winneba and National Board For Professional
1.The Institute expects all  students to attend to all lectures, classes,  Seminars, excursions, tests, mock and semester examinations during the course or will be expelled.
2. The institute deserves the right to ask a student to leave a course at any stage if he/she does not fulfill Article 1 or his/her continued presence would in the opinion of the institute shall be detrimental to the satisfactory running of the institute.
3. Students who owe the course and examination fees shall not be allowed to take part in any semester/diploma examinations.
4. Students are advised to register and take the external Examinations as LCM(UK), ICM(UK), LCCI(UK), CIM(UK)and NABPTEX Ghana, University of Education Winneba – Ghana they are compulsory.
5. Course fees are paid in Banker`s draft and is not refundable or transferable under any circumstance.
6. Any student who does not show seriousness and academic Performance is always below for a semester or more shall be Suspended or admission withdrawn
7.  Any student who misbehaves or shows  gross  negligence of Disrespects to any lecturer, the  institute or the Director, shall be suspended for not less than one month or be expelled from the institute.
8. The institute deserves the right to add or cancel other subject(s)for  the interest of that course, institute and the students.
9. A result slip is issued to a student who took part in all semester examinations and has no referred paper to write, completed his /her practicals for three months or more and his/her confidential report received from the organization where he/she took the practicals.
10. A student shall be entitled to Field Attachment after the two/three years course and has passed all semester examinations.
11. The   SRC, groups in the institute and any student who wishes to paste anything on the notice board, should get clearance from the Administration.
12. When a student is referred in a paper he/she shall re-sit and pass that subject(s) before joining his/her course mates for the semester lectures.
13. Any final year student who wants to re-attend lectures in order to re-sit shall pay two –thirds of the current course fee.
14 Our employment scheme covers only student who attained 1st Class in all semester examinations and such student “s character, punctuality to lecturers and other moral aspects are unquestionable. He/she shall be on our list and will be called upon to attend to series of interviews…in firms and organizations.
15. The institute shall collect 20% of the first salary of the student whom our employment scheme covers and additional 20% on those who take the National Service as a contribution to the institute.
16 The institute shall take legal action against any student who leaves the institute while owing and shall be make to pay double the fee he/she owes, in addition to any expenses incurred to recover the amount.
17Any guardian/parent who wishes to withdraw his/her ward shall give the institute 3months notice, if contravenes, shall pay a semester’s fee as compensation, and the in statute deserves the right to take legal action to recover this, and any expenses incurred shall be added to his current bill.
18. New students are required to undergo orientation and counseling before they register for their courses at the beginning of the academic year. This will expose the students to facilities in the institute.
19. A matriculation ceremony is held before the end of the first semester for the purpose of formally registering all new students into the institute.
20. All students should possess IBM& J identification card and should carry it on them always.
21. Continuing students shall also register at the beginning of every semester in their respective departments
22. All students shall settle their fees before they are registered.
23. If a student refuses to take his referred subject(s) within the time allotted, he/she shall consider himself/herself dismissed.
24. Any student who is absent without proper leave from the institute for 14 days or more in a semester shall not be allowed to take part in the end of semester examinations.
25. A student who is prevented by ill-health from taking a prescribed examination must produce a medical certificate from a recognized medical officer.
26. Re-write examinations are held at the beginning of every semester for those who failed the previous examinations.
27. Students who voluntarily wish to withdraw from the institute before the completion of their registered course must serve written notice through their Head of department to the director, and must use the same procedure if he intends to return.
28. Students outside Kumasi are entitled to enjoy our Hostel facility and students should note that the men’s rooms shall be out of bounds to women and the women’s to men.
29. Students are expected to leave the Hostel during vacation; any student intending to stay during vacation shall apply en writing for permission from the Dean.
30. Students shall be liable to pay any loss or damage to institute’s property of any kind caused by the student.
31. The Student’s Representative council (SRC) shall make representation to the authorities of the institute on matters affecting students.
32. Permission to hold public functions within the institute shall be obtained from the College Secretary in consultation with the Dean.
33. Students shall have freedom of association to join any club in the institute, however clubs like drinking societies etc. shall not be allowed to operate at the campus.
34. Students wishing to organize a procession or demonstration in the institute shall notify the Director in writing and the organizer (s) shall be held responsible for any acts of violence that may occur during the procession or demonstration.
35. The institute shall not tolerate the” ponding” of any student and shall be a punishable offense for any student or group or students to indulge in it.
36. Time Tables, and all information’s are posted on the General Notice Board and students are advised to consult and read them.
37. Academic transcript shall only be given to institutions of higher learning, employers on request made by student. On no account should academic transcripts be given direct to students. The fees charged are GH¢50 per transcript or as may be determined higher by the Academic Board.
38A student has the right to petition the Academic Board for a review of his/her academic performance has been wrongly assessed in any part of a subject, tests, course word etc. that form part of an examination. Payment of review fee of GH¢70 per subject or higher as may be determined by the Academic Board
39. Students shall follow the hierarchical order of authority to have their academic and non-academic requests and complaints resolved. No students or group of students shall deal directly with Director without passing through the proper channel of communication.
40. Disorderly behavior, smoking and possession of fire arms whether licensed or unlicensed are prohibited in the institutes’ premises.
41. A student shall be entitled to field attachment after the two years course and have passed all Diploma Subjects. The period is three months and Confidential Report to that effect must be received from the organization where the student will be attached.
42. Removing, canceling, allergic and duplication and duplication information on the Notice Board attracts 2 weeds suspension or dismissal.
43. Any student who fails 3 subjects or more in a semester examination shall be dismissed as non-performance.
Our ladies clothing shall be considered inappropriate when it is sleeveless, skirts and straight dresses must be knee length or longer. They must avoid excessive ear piercing, as more than one is unacceptable. Revealing attire as exposing the tummy, waistline, chest, breast, breast line and underwear, including tom jeans and dirty jeans are unacceptable at the IBM&J campus now. No shorts tight fitting slacks, bare shoulders, dresses with low necklines or that does not cover the shoulders and armpit are all not permitted  in the school. The ladies must ensure that their dressing is always neat, modest and not distracting.
Our men should also wear trousers and shirt, while belts must not be worn on the waist. Tropical Shirts (T-Shirt) or tops and dresses with insulting messages and pictures cannot be worn on campus. All these sad Dress Codes are part of the physical and spiritual of the school’s educational and administrative policy. Any student who violates any of these dress code shall not be spared but DISMISSED.
There are a vast range of opportunities and facilities open to you as a student of IBM & J. This section merely points to a few of the more obvious ones, directing you to  get a better idea of the full range of facilities the Institute has to offer.
Student Practical Section at the Sound Studio
Student Practical Section at the Sound Studio
The Computing Service
The Institute’s Computing Service provides computing facilities and related services in support of research and teaching, as follows:
The ICT and browsing are free
Networks, electronic mail and web authentication
Centrally managed services to provide computing resources to individual members of the institution
A wide range of support services for institutional and individually owned facilities and ancillary support services such as printing, and photography and illustration
Advice and consultancy services including a Service Desk (Help Desk) for the centrally managed facilities, Technical support scheme for local computer staff and a wide range of training courses.
Studio Facilities
The studio and Radio technology facilities at the Radio Studies department have recently been completely upgraded. As well as the existing recording studio, we have also expanded our inventory of equipment to be used by students for hands on practical purpose.
Car parking and ‘park & cycle’
IBM & J employees and students are automatically entitled to free parking spaces. There are 24/7 security services at which the demand for staff and student parking far outweighs the available space. There will be the need for a parking badge which will determined by a strict order of priorities, with disability and antisocial working hours placing individuals high up on the list.
1. Accredited by National Accreditation Board, Ghana
2. National Service Assured
3. Students Loan for studies
4. Free computer studies and Internet Browsing
5. Free IBM&J – Radio Studio for Practicals with internet connectivity
Coat of Detailed Forms : GH ¢60.00 ( Send GH¢60 Postal Order from the IBM&J Campus)


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