2023 KNUST Undergraduate Admissions for WASSCE Candidates Out
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has released the undergraduate admission list for the 2023 academic year.
This announcement is specifically targeted towards candidates who have taken the West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and are interested in pursuing their undergraduate studies at KNUST.
The management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Technology (KNUST) has released the list of successful candidates offered provisional admission into the University. Candidates that participated in the 2023/2024 admission screening exercise can now check their names on the admission list.
To check your admission status, candidates are advised to visit the official KNUST website and follow the online application instructions carefully. The website link provided in the search results is https://apply.ucc.edu.gh/auth/verify
Upon accessing the website, candidates should select “Entry Level: Undergraduate Entry” and enter their serial number and pin.
HOW TO CHECK KNUST ADMISSION LIST.
KNUST 2023/2024 admission list has been uploaded online. Use the procedures below to check your name.
- Click Here to access KNUST admission application Status.
- Then Select and Click on your preferred admission list on the page (e.g Undergraduate or Postgraduate).
- Then Select your course of study or Enter your Surname in the Search box and click the search button to access your admission status.
It is crucial for applicants to understand that the KNUST admission fees cover tuition, living expenses, and other educational supplies. You can then print the KNUST admission letter for the 2023–2024 school year after verifying your admission status.
For further information and clarification, candidates are encouraged to visit the official KNUST website or contact the university’s admissions office directly.
Please note that the information provided is based on the available search results, and there may be additional details or updates that are not covered.
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