Location: Kumasi - Ashanti Region, Ghana, W/A
Postal Address: P. O. Box 854, Kumasi Fax: +233 (0)3220-22387
Tel: Admissions: +233(0)322 496 534, +233(0)322 496 380
Vice-Chancellor's Office: +233 (0)3220-22387
Picture: An area of the beautiful campus of KsTU
Kumasi Technical University has been adjudged the best Technical Institution in Ghana ahead of all other Technical Universities in the 2022 Global Webometrics Universities Ranking. The 2022 AD Scientific Index placed more emphasis on the biophysical sciences, and ranked KsTU at the 8th position out of the 90 Universities surveyed in Ghana and at 134 out of the 2,049 Universities in Africa.
Picture: The Vice-Chancellor welcomes Ms. Laneice Brooker of the US Embassy
Ms. Laneice Brooker, Chief of Cultural Affairs at the US Embassy in Ghana and her group paid a visit to the Kumasi Technical University (KsTU).
The Vice-Chancellor (VC), Ing Prof. Osei-Wusu Achaw and some members of the University Management welcomed Ms. Laneice, who was accompanied by some members of staff from the US embassy and a private educational consultant, Mrs. Marilyn Owusu.
Picture: The front- view of the Adako Jachie Police Station
A modern police station to promote security for students of Kumasi Technical University has been commissioned at its Adako Jachie campus. The police station was built by the University as part of its corporate social responsibility to collaborate with the security agencies, especially the Ghana Police Service, to promote security at the University and its surrounding communities.
In response to the effects that COVID-19 has had on physical teaching and learning, Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) has held a day’s seminar for its lecturers which was dubbed “Integrative Approach to a Well-Defined Digital Transformation Strategy to Teaching and Learning in Higher Education”. This was meant to further equip lecturers on the latest distance learning techniques as a new way of teaching ahead of the resumption of full academic work.
As nations across the world continue to embrace the concept of waste as a resource to cherish and not to discard, Ghana is also coming up with initiatives that will not only improve the sanitation situation, but also contribute to sustainable industrial development.
The Kumasi Technical University(KsTU) is embarking on a new sustainable power solution project with 400 kilowatts (KW) of renewable energy.
The Human Resource Department (HRD) of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) has organised a two-day orientation programme for the newly-appointed Deans, Directors and HoDs at the University’s Council Chamber.
In delivering the purpose of the gathering, the Registrar, Mr Ebenezer Kofi Boakye stated that the event gives the position holders first hand information about administrative procedures and also, immerse them deeply into the mission and vision of the University. This he said will empower them more than ever before to help achieve the vision of the Institution.