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KNUST 2018/2019 admission: Hall of residence missing?

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The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has finally released the list of successful undergraduate and post graduate applicants admitted to pursue its various programs for the 2018/2019 academic year.
The list includes persons who applied to pursue various courses in the institution.
Some successful applicants speaking to Hypercitigh.com find it difficult to understand why the hall of residence seem not to appear on their provisional admission letter
Read Also: KNUST releases 2018/2019 Admission list
There are Six Halls of residence and a number of hostels in the University. They are Queen Elizabeth II, Unity hall, Independence hall, Republic hall, University, and Africa.
KNUST 2018/2019 admission: Hall of residence missing?
Three of the Halls of residence are mixed, two for males only and one for females only.
Of the five hostels, two are for postgraduate students, one for both undergraduate and graduate students and managed by the Ghana Universities Staff Superannuation Scheme (GUSSS).
However some successful applicants are relating the issue of missing hall in their letter to the Unity hall and University hall mixed sex hall saga.. Read more on the nity hall and University hall mixed sex hall saga.
Read Also: KNUST: Council of State receives CONTI – KATANGA petition in good faith
But Hypercitigh’s Media Générale group would want to assure successful applicant to exercise patience, as the UITS rectify the unduly defects.
Hypercitigh.com Congratulates ? All Successful Applicants for gaining admission into the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
The KNUST, prides itself as the premier University of Science and Technology In Ghana and West Africa. It was established by Government Ordinance on 6th October 1961 as the University of Science and Technology after succeeding the Kumasi College of Technology.
Check below photos of KNUST Traditional Hall of Residence

Independence Hall

Katanga Hall

Unity Hall

Republic Hall

Africa Hall

Queen Elizabeth Hall

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