Welcome

Professor Akosua Keseboa Darkwah
The School of Information and Communication Studies (SICS) aims at improving and extending the frontiers of Information and Communication dissemination and management through effective teaching, learning and research.

The School focuses on developing world-class students who are skilled, versatile, creative and ready to take up positions in local and global information and communication industries.  It also aims at producing innovative research to reflect the evolutions in the creation, dissemination and exploitation of knowledge and the impact of new forms of media and communication on people’s lives. 

Departments

The School is made up of the Department of Communication Studies and the Department of Information Studies.   The Communication Studies Department is considered the leading research and training institution in media and communication studies in the country. The Department enjoys a high reputation within the country and internationally and engages in collaborative academic programmes, projects and research with counterpart institutions in Africa, North America and Europe. Alumni of the Department can be found in various national, regional and international communication and media related organizations, governmental institutions as well as universities and research institutes.... read more..

News

The School of Information and Communication Studies organises a grant writing workshop for faculty The School of Information and Communication Studies organised a Grant Writing Workshop for its faculty members. It was a one day workshop which was facilitated by the Dean of the School of Information and Communication Studies, Professor Akosua Keseboa Darkwah with the assistance of the immediate past Dean, Professor Audrey S. Gadzekpo.
Dr Etse Sikanku and Winston Amoah to speak at PhD Webinar Organized by SICS Dr. Etse Sikanku, Political communication expert and lecturer at the Ghana Institute of Journalism and Multimedia journalist Winston Amoah will be the guest speakers at this week’s PHD webinar organized by the School of Information and Communication Studies, University of Ghana.
SIC Faculty Member Edits Elections Communication Guidelines Dr. Gilbert Tietaah, a senior lecturer at the Department of Communication Studies was the editor of an Elections Communication Guide developed by the MFWA to promote issues-based and decent campaigning ahead of the 2020 elections in Ghana.