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KsTU Matriculates Fresh Students

KsTU Matriculates Fresh Students

Freshmen and women numbering over five thousand have gained admission into Kumasi Technical University for the 2017/2018 academic year. Matriculation ceremony has therefore been held for such students on 27th October, 2017 to formally welcome and induct the junior members into the University community. The ceremony was the maiden one since the attainment of a Technical University status.

Partnership for Applied Sciences Project Outdoored in KsTU

Partnership for Applied Sciences Project Outdoored in KsTU

Kick-off meeting on Partnership for Applied Sciences (PASS) project has taken place in Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) in October 2017. This was a sequel to a previous one held in Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU) in the same month to start the DAAD/MIWF sponsored programme of building the capacity of staff of the two institutions. The funding for this project which will run for a four-year (2017 -2021) period has budgetary allocation of 200,000 Euros. 

KsTU Holds It's Maiden Congregation

KsTU Holds It's Maiden Congregation

Over two thousand students have graduated with various certificates and degrees including; Professional Diploma, Diploma, Higher National Diploma (HND) certificates and Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) degrees.  Master Emmanuel Ateah emerged the best graduating student from the HND group. The graduation ceremony was held on Saturday, 14th October, 2017 at the New Great Hall for the 2015/2016 Academic year graduands. The ceremony was the maiden edition of the Institution as a Technical University and the 12th edition from the era of Polytechnic.

Kumasi Technical University stands out -secures four-year long term funding

Kumasi Technical University stands out -secures four-year long term funding

Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) in partnership with Cape Coast Technical University (CCTU) has secured funding to build the capacity of its technical and the administrative staff. The funding which will run for a four-year (2017 -2021) period has an annual budgetary allocation of 200,000 Euros. 

KsTU Bids Farewell To Students From Institut National Polytechnique

KsTU Bids Farewell To Students From Institut National Polytechnique

Kumasi Technical University has held a ceremony to bid the students from Institut National Polytechnique farewell after a two-week exchange programme to study English language in the University. The farewell ceremony was held at the Council Chamber for the thirty-one (31) students who came from Cote d’ivoire. 

KsTU Shines In China as a Staff Receives Distinguished Student Award

KsTU Shines In China as a Staff Receives Distinguished Student Award

One member of staff of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) Mr. Adjei-Saforo Kwafo Edmund                               has made the University proud by winning the covetous award as the Distinguished Foreign Student. The annual award was offered by the Peoples’ Republic of China through China’s Ministry of Education. Mr. Adjei-Saforo was adjudged the overall best student in the School of International Education in 2017 after winning the highly competitive award in 2016 which was based on the Lanzhou Jiaotong University’s benchmark recognition.

Equiping KsTU Library - Books donated by Dr. suzanne Gott

Equiping KsTU Library - Books donated by Dr. suzanne Gott

The Acting University Librarian Mr. K. Osei Kuffour has taken delivery of a number of books from the Directorate of International Affairs and Institutional Linkages (IAIL) of Kumasi Technical University. The books are meant to augment the stock at Fashion and Creative Arts section of the University Library. Presenting the books at the brief ceremony, the Director of IAIL Rev Dr. John Opoku was full of praise for Dr. Suzanne Gott for the kind gesture. Dr. Opoku was supported by Dr. Ayensu (Deputy Director, IAIL), Rev. Dr.

Celebration of the World Youth Skills Day opens at Kumasi Technical University (KsTU)

Celebration of the  World Youth Skills Day opens at  Kumasi Technical University (KsTU)

The World Youth Day which falls on 15th July, 2017 has been designated by the United Nations to generate greater awareness on the importance of skilled youthful population through technical and vocational education and the development of those skills for self-reliance, improved employability as well as enhanced global competitiveness.   

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