GIJ Management, SRC cools it off at Peduase Resort

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” To avoid ‘Jack from becoming a dull boy’,  the Management and the Students Representative Council of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, early this month visited the Peduase Valley Resort in Aburi de-stress ahead of the commencement of the 2018/2019 academic year which commences in September. This is perhaps,… Read More »

GIJ management releases official fees for 2018/2019 academic year

Parents and Guardians with their wards at the Ghana Institute of Journalism can finally heave a sigh of relief following an official publication from the school’s authorities rescinding its decision to increase tuition fees for the 2018/2019 academic year until given the green light by parliament. Earlier last month, students of the nation’s premier communication school expressed their… Read More »

GIJ students to find out true state of new campus in August

Students of the Ghana Institute of Journalism can finally heave a sigh of relief as they will soon find out about the true state of their new campus located at North Dzorwulu in the Greater Accra Region following management’s plan to have the new site as the venue for its 12th congregation. The student body of the communication… Read More »

GIJ to hold 12th Congregation at new Dzorwulu site

Management of the Ghana Institute of Journalism has advanced plans to hold its 12th Congregation at its new site at Dzorwulu in the Greater Accra Region. The 12th Congregation is scheduled to come off on Friday August 3, 2018. According to sources, the move by the school’s authorities is to draw the attention of the government and the general… Read More »

GIJ management set to justify increment in tuition fees

Management of the Ghana Institute of Journalism is expected to justify their decision to upwardly adjust tuition fees by Monday June 25, 2018 following a crucial meeting it held with the school’s students front today. Since the school’s management published a notice of an increase in fees for the 2018/2019 academic year, students of the communication school have… Read More »

Fees for next academic year will be increased – GIJ SRC confirms students’ fears

The Student’s Representative Council of the  Ghana Institute of Journalism has confirmed rumours circulating on social media that tuition fees to be paid  in the forth coming academic year will face an upward adjustment. Earlier this week, a photo making rounds on social media, said to be from the school’s management, detailed a gradual increment in fees paid… Read More »

GIJ students express outrage over school fees billing for 2018/2019 academic year

Students of Ghana’s premier communication school, Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) have expressed anger over what appears to be their billing for the next academic year. A picture circulating on social media platform Facebook, which has been sighted by’s team in GIJ, provides the “approved fees for 2018/2019 academic year”. According to information on the sheet purported… Read More »

I spent GHC5k on my political campaign – GIJ SRC President

President of the Students Representative Council of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Mr. Emmanuel Kumah has revealed that he spent about GHC 5,000 on his political campaign that saw him get a historic win in the 2018/2019 GIJ SRC elections. The manner at which tertiary students are able to fund their political campaigns for an executive positions have… Read More »

GIJ: President Emmanuel Kumah appoints 10-member Communication Bureau

In pursuant to Article 7 of the constitution of the Students front of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, President of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Mr. Emmanuel Kumah has appointed Level 400 Journalism student, Lady Justica Anima Adjei as the Director of the Communication Bureau of the Students Representative Council. The communication bureau is responsible for the coordination of… Read More »

Manasseh Azure to establish Investigative Journalism club in GIJ

Award-winning investigative journalist, Manasseh Azure Awuni, is set to establish an investigative journalism club at the Ghana Institute of Journalism. The move by Manasseh Azure is to train more investigative journalists to further the fight against corruption in the country. He made the announcement at the GIJ SRC handing over ceremony which came off yesterday at the school’s… Read More »