KTU to become centre for world-class applied research


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Professor (Mrs) Smile Gavua Dzisi KTU

Koforidua, Nov. 6, GNA – Professor (Mrs) Smile
Gavua Dzisi, the Vice Chancellor of the Koforidua Technical University (KTU)
has said the vision of the University is to be the reference point for
world-class science and technology education and applied research.

She said in order to fulfil the vision; the
University has equipped its students with hands on practical and
entrepreneurial skills throu

Koforidua, Nov. 6, GNA – Professor (Mrs) Smile
Gavua Dzisi, the Vice Chancellor of the Koforidua Technical University (KTU)
has said the vision of the University is to be the reference point for
world-class science and technology education and applied research.

She said in order to fulfil the vision; the
University has equipped its students with hands on practical and
entrepreneurial skills through close collaborations with industries, which go
beyond mandatory student internship.

Prof Dzisi said this during this year’s
matriculation ceremony for 2,951 freshmen and women admitted into the
University at Koforidua.

She said the University has entered into
international partnership and exchange programme with staff and students of the
Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences in Germany to improve teaching
and learning.

Prof Dzisi said the University had institute a
series of research seminar to help students to conduct research as well as
learn about new and emerging things in the world.

She stated that students will be given the
opportunity to showcase their research findings and inventions at a Biannual
International Applied Research Conference and Technology Fair organized by the
University.

She advised the freshmen and women to take
advantage of the opportunity offered them by the University through their
admission.

Prof Dzisi admonished the students to seek
help from the appropriate offices if they had challenges in meeting deadlines
for registration, assignments and others because the University took the issue
of meeting deadlines serious.

GNA


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