If you have ever schooled or are still schooling in any of the Universities or tertiary institutions in Ghana then you might have had that unique experience of living in a hostel. Hostels are fun, you cook your own food, clean you room, plan your day, you are practically living on your own and for some it is their first time living apart from their parents. There are many types of hostels, from very luxurious ones which may pass as hotels and to hostels with the basics, a bed in a room.
Professor Gabriel Ayum Teye, Vice Chancellor of the University for Development Studies (UDS) has called on owners of hostel facilities on their campuses to beef-up security to ensure the safety of students. He said security and safety of students had over the years not adequately handled adding, “there are always reports of thieves and miscreants
Since mobile phones became a part of our lives, the apps that run on our devices have become very necessary to execute daily activities. Almost every student has a smartphone (some actually don’t, can you believe it?). Phones are used to stay in touch with friends and family and to carry out basic everyday tasks.
In and around KNUST there are hundreds of hostels with different facilities to choose from. It can make finding the right hostel that meets your specific need very cumbersome. Wilkado hostel, however, is one of the largest hostels on the KNUST campus and here are 5 reasons why we think you should book it. 1.
The National Council for Tertiary Education will be undertaking a reassessment of the conversion-readiness of Wa and Bolgatanga polytechnics into technical universities in December 2017, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh, Minister of Education, has said. Dr Prempeh said government remained fully committed to promoting tertiary education as a means of equipping its citizens with the requisite
Getting into the university is an achievement by any feat. However staying ontop and graduating with 1st or 2nd class honours is not as easy as it sounds. That is because university life has its way of keeping you distracted with all the activities, friends, programs, meeting etc. A lot of them are important but
Accra, Sept. 8, GNA – Dr Wilberforce Dzisah, the Rector of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ), has assured new students of the Institute of the management’s commitment to get the hostel back on track once the new governing council is inaugurated. He said although the plan to get private investors or estate developers to
The Lebanese Community in Ghana, under the leadership of Mr Ali H. Halabi, the Lebanese Ambassador, on Tuesday awarded scholarship to 20 Journalism students at the Ghana Institute of Journalism. The scholarship, which is an annual programme package for journalism students, was awarded to 15 undergraduate students and five post-graduate students to continue their education
GetRooms was the 1st runner up at the just ended Blazing Trails Networking Finale organised by the British Council in collaboration with Barclays Bank on Tuesday, September 5th. Blazing Trails is a management, entrepreneurship and leadership development programme which provides stepping blocks for recent graduates to secure a dream job or for budding entrepreneurs to
The city of Kumasi, Ghana’s second largest city, can now enjoy the convenience of Uber rides. The ride sharing company launched in Kumasi on the 31st of August 2017. Students of KNUST have already started taking advantage of the service. Below are a few tweets It’s official! Uber is live in Kumasi! We spotted rapper @flowkingstone
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