KNUST admission portal

Knust Admission Portal

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology is undoubtedly one of the best tertiary institutions in Ghana and West Africa. The first step in having your education in this noble institution is the admission process, and as such, the need to know more about the KNUST admission portal. Ghana has experienced a massive transition of

knust grading system

KNUST grading system

Welcome to the school where the knot of wisdom is untied only by the wise. You must be proud that you gained admission to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Finally, your efforts and passion have paid off, but the hard work isn’t over. Now that you have been accepted we are sure that

KNUST virtual classroom

KNUST virtual classroom

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology introduced the KNUST virtual classroom as a way of helping students in this new age to engage with each other and with their lecturers across different geographical locations.  The difference between the traditional video conferencing tools and the virtual classroom is the additional features the virtual classroom adds

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Hostels around UENR

The University of Energy and Natural Resources is a public-funded university founded in 2011 at Sunyani to equip individuals with skills in the management of energy and natural resources. The university offers a variety of courses and programs leading to higher education degrees to both local and international students. UENR also provides several academic and

How to plan your time as a student

How to plan your time as a student

Truth be told, there are about a million and one activities that happen on campus; we all want to be there to experience it all but there is always the issue of our studies and projects getting in the way of that. For the majority of students, extra activities play a very important role in

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Getting a job as a student in Ghana

Students in Ghana have faced problems getting part-time jobs in their line of studies. While some students are not technically inclined to start their businesses, others have difficulties in blending academics with jobs. Getting a job as a student in Ghana entails a lot of sacrifice and blending. First and foremost, some students face setbacks