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IFC Collaborates with KsTU to Equip Students with Green Building Design Skills

IFC Collaborates with KsTU to Equip Students with Green Building Design Skills

Picture: The VC (at the middle) with some members of Senior Management, the IFC delegation and some students

A brief ceremony has been held to award certificates to fifty-one students of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) who have been successfully trained for the International Finance Corporation’s (IFC) Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiency (EDGE) green building course. These students from KsTU becomes the first batch in Ghana and second in Africa to get this certification.

Upclose with Prof. Felix Engmann: An Associate Professor of Food Science

Upclose with Prof. Felix Engmann: An Associate Professor of Food Science

Prof. Felix Narku Engmann is an Associate Professor of Food Science, Food Technology, Nutrition Sanitation and Safety.

Prof. Engmann has the passion for promoting sustainable utilisation of indigenous foods for better health and poverty alleviation. He is motivated by the positive impact his research and teaching could have on food and nutrition security and on job creation in Ghana.

KsTU Still Adjudged the Best Technical University in Ghana

KsTU Still Adjudged the Best Technical University in Ghana

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. 

Representatives of The Us Embassy Pay a Courtesy Call On the Vice-Chancellor

Representatives of The Us Embassy Pay a Courtesy Call On the Vice-Chancellor

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.

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