The GSD Card is a National Card program developed by Worldview International Group, in collaboration with the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) for every student in Tertiary Institutions in Ghana. The program was introduced in 2014 as a National Student ID/discount card with a difference. The card enables students to receive discounts on purchases; making sure they save money and maximise their resources.
The card is designed to make life comfortable for students, as we believe that you shouldn’t be expected to pay the same for goods and services as someone who is employed. As a GSD cardholder, you get discounts, specific and only for you!
Worldview International is an innovative fast growing organization providing targeted solutions for the challenges facing producers, consumers and those in the education sector in Africa.
Ghana Students' Discount (GSD) Card is a Worldview International Group initiative with the aim to enhance African student experience and to ensure students pay less for goods and services compared to persons in full time employment.
We partnered with the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) in 2013 to launch a national student ID / discount card with a difference in Ghana.
GSD Card is the first of its kind in Ghana; with the aim and vision to become a multi-functional card that every student in Ghana cannot do without.
National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) is the largest student movement in Ghana and a very dominant force in Africa and beyond. It organizes all students in Ghana; from Senior High Schools to Institutions of Higher Learning; it is the umbrella organization for all students of Ghana.
NUGS' key strength lies in its numbers; which it employs as a bargaining tool to negotiate for the supreme interests of students at all times.
It is made up of diverse students, regardless of their religion, gender, cultural background, political persuasion, ethnic origin or social standing.
NUGS is wholly student-run, autonomous and operates according to democratic principles. NUGS represents over 7 million students in Ghana.