The Ghana Muslim Mission has a stronger passion for education. Ghana Muslim Mission believes that there could be no development without education. This is the reason why majority of its efforts are geared towards education.

Basic Education

The Mission has 115 basic schools across the country. These include kindergarten, Primary, and Junior High School.

Senior High School Education

The Mission has two Senior High Schools. These include Islamic Senior High School, Kumasi and Ghana Muslim Mission Senior High School, Beposo, Ashanti Region. Lands have been secured, duly, for the establishment of more Senior High Schools in the following areas; Asankrangwa and Sefwi Boako in the Western Region, Mankasim in the Central Region, Koforidua and Donkorkrom in the Eastern Region and Domeabra in the Greater Accra Region.

Tertiary Education University

The Mission has acquired 9.5 acres of land at Esreso in the Bosomtwe District of Ashanti to establish a University. Esreso is one and half kilometer drive from Kumasi metropolis. The first block of the building is now under construction.The Ghana Muslim Mission University is intended to run the following course;

First Phase
  • Islamic theology and education
  • Linguistics (Arabic, English, French and Twi languages) with education and International Relations

Business programmes
  • Logistics and procurement
  • Business management
  • Human resource management

Second Phase
  • Nursing
  • Medicine
  • Engineering

Colleges of Education

The Mission would be admitting students into its first college of education next academic year, In Sha Allah. The college of education has been established at Buipe in the Central Gonja District of the Northern Region and also at Beposo in the Sekyere Central Ditrict of Ashanti Region. This is to train more Muslims to teach in the numerous Islamic schools in the country.

Nursing College

The Mission is establishing a nursing training college at New Kokrompe, near Atebubu in the Brong- Ahafo Region. It has also built hospital at Beposo in the Ashanti Region but yet to be operational.