Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration is a public university spread over four campuses and made up of four schools, four research centers located at Greenhill in Accra, Ghana.
GIMPA was established in 1961 as a joint Ghana Government/United Nations Special Fund Project. It was originally called the Institute of Public Administration, established to train public servants with administrative and professional competence to plan and administer national, regional and local services.
In 1999/2000, GIMPA was among a group of 200 public sector organizations in Ghana earmarked under the World Bank-funded Public Sector Reform Programme to be taken off Government Subvention. GIMPA was subsequently selected under the National Institutional Reform Programme to be transformed, notably to be self-financing. Subsequently, GIMPA was taken off Government Subvention in 2001.
- Bachelor Degrees
- Master Degrees
- Postgraduate Diploma
- Certificate Programmes
GIMPA Schools & Faculty
P. O. Box AH50, Achimota, Accra, Ghana
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