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Four KsTU students embark on CCI exchange programme

Four KsTU students embark on CCI exchange programme

Picture: The four beneficiary students (2nd and 3rd from left, including 1st and 2nd from right) with the VC (in suit) as well as some staff from the IAIL Directorate.

 

Four students from Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) will have their dreams come true as they are set to embark on a life-changing exchange programme in the United States of America. The exchange programme dubbed “Community College Initiative (CCI)” offers opportunity for brilliant students to study for a year in selected Colleges in the USA.

KsTU Signs MoU with Design Technology Institute to Boost TVET

Kumasi Technical University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Design and Technology Institute (DTI), a world-class Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Institute in Ghana to help churn out top-notch professionals in the TVET space.

The MoU is meant to implement the Precision Quality (PQ) training towards excellence in measurements, standards, and specifications among learners in the TVET space. The MoU aims to ensure that KsTU students gain relevant industry skills and adhere to global industry standards. 

Kumasi Technical University Interacts with Its International Students

 Kumasi Technical University Interacts with Its International Students

Picture: The international students with Senior Management and other Senior Members of the University. 

 

The Vice-Chancellor of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU), Ing. Professor Osei-Wusu Achaw has advised the international students of the University not to show any attitude of alienation and estrangement towards each other regardless of their difference in nationality. 

Former VC donates books to the University Library

Former VC donates books to the University Library

Picture: Prof. Asiamah Yeboah ( 3rd from right ) handing over the book to the Vice-Chancellor and his team

A former Interim Vice-Chancellor (VC) of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) Prof. Asiamah Yeboah, has donated books worth over GHS 19,000 to the Institution at a short ceremony in the University. Prof. Asiamah served as the Interim Vice-Chancellor between 2017 and January 2019.

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