Vice Chancellor wishes Kumasi Technical University students good luck for upcoming exams.

It gives us immense pleasure to announce that the Vice Chancellor of Kumasi Technical University has sent his best wishes to all the students who are going to appear for the exams started on 1st April 2023. From the management, he conveyed that we wish you all the best for your upcoming exams.

As we all know, Kumasi Technical University is a premium educational institution in Ghana. It is a perfect destination for students who aspire to explore career opportunities in the fields of engineering, entrepreneurship, and applied sciences. The university offers more than 23 undergraduate courses and six graduate programs, and is committed to making students the best in their respective fields.

Vice Chancellor for KsTU
Vice Chancellor for KsTU

The Vice Chancellor of Kumasi Technical University, Professor Osei-Wusu Achaw currently heads the academic community at the university. He has a rich experience in academics and has been associated with the university for many years. His vision for the university is to make it a center of excellence in technical education in Ghana and beyond.

We would like all our students to put their best foot forward and utilize this opportunity that Kumasi Technical University offers to transform their dreams into reality. We wish you all the very best in your upcoming exams!


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