Our International students are almost all destined for senior leadership positions in the future. They are bright, articulate students who will go home and be instrumental in the growth and development of their countries.
As a result, we have a serious responsibility to teach them superior values and technological skills. We recognise that we are training future leaders here, and for that reason, our class rooms are rigorous and disciplined places. Students from all over the World come together here and the Professors really use the diversity to open up class discussions.An education at KNUST is about much more that completing a major and getting a degree. It is about living and learning in a culturally and ethnically rich environment - a small neighbourhood in the global village. Our students and our faculty come from around the world to be a part of the KNUST experience - an experience where learning from one another is as important a part of their education as the curriculum. The percentage of foreign students in the university could get as high as 10% and fees are charged depending on the course being offered. There is an International students association which sees to the interest of Foreign students in the University such as accommodation and taking first years round campus.
Six(6) credits at the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations. These must include English Language, Mathematics and Subjects relevant to the programmes of choice. eg Candidates opting for Pharmacy should have credits in Chemistry and Biology.
General Certificate of Examination (GCE) Advanced Level Candidates and holders of International Baccalauret also qualify to apply for admission. For further clarifications you can contact the admissions office through email@example.com
On the 1st of October, 2010, Professor William Otoo Ellis was appointed as Vice Chancellor for a four year term to steer the affairs of this great institution by the Council of this University. He was inducted into office on the 2nd of October, 2010 and swore the oath of service and was formally outdoored to the University Community and to the rest of the general public.