KNUST Scholarships and Grants 2021/2022

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST Scholarships, and Grants 2021/2022. KNUST Scholarships and grants are open for interested undergraduate and postgraduate students for the 2021/2022 academic year.

The management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi (KNUST) has published the list of available scholarships openings for undergraduate and postgraduate students for the 2021/2022 academic year. The scholarships are open for brilliant students who are needy.

KNUST Scholarships and Grants 2021/2022

Below are available Scholarships for brilliant but needy students to enable them to pursue University Education.

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  1. MasterCard Foundation Scholarships 2020/2021 – Open.
  2. KNUST Bursary Application 2021/2022 – Open.
  3. Empowering Africa Inc. Full Tuition Scholarship 2021/2022 – Open.
  4. KNUST SRC SRC Ketewa Biara Nsua (KBN) Bursary 2021/2022 – Open.
  5. Call for Applications, KNUST-Tullow Tertiary Scholarship for 2020/2021 – Not Open
  6. Call for Applications, Edu Fondazione Scholarship 2020/2021OPEN
  7. Call for Applications, Educational Pathways International Scholarships 2020/2021OPEN
  8. Call for Proposals, African Researchers’ Small Grants Program (SGP II)
  9. Call for Applications, 2019 GEAAA Dr. Osei Kwabena Gyebi Scholarship Fund
  10. Call for Applications, 2019 GEAAA Prof. Nicholas Kumapley Scholarship Fund
  11. Call for Application, 2020/2021 S.T. Nankani Scholarships
  12. Call for Application 2020/2021 Standard Chartered Scholarships.
  13. Call for Application, 2020/2021 KNUST Scholarship in Engineering.

GHS Team wishes all applicants good luck in their applications.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Hey, those making persistent calls for replies to whether or not they could get admission into UST with a grade D7, I’m afraid, though I don’t want to put you in low spirits, you simply can’t get into UST with a D7 or lower in any subject– especially in the core subjects, period! Just work your ass off and take the courage to resit and get at least B3. Beyond the general requirements, admissions are very competitive.
    Surrender your life to Christ first and commit your ways to the Lord and prepare for the better future you deserve.
    You deserve better than D7 or below. Besides, you know very well getting less than a grade B2/B3 indicates a less effort applied.

    • Hello will I get a chance ,,I did my kcse us a private cardidate and I came up with a D- grade,
      I wanted mass and comunication

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