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Time with Industry

Ghana Technology University College organized a business seminar on ‘Bridging the Gap between Industry and Academia’.

Date: Tuesday 19th May 2014

Time: 8:30am prompt

Venue: Best Western Premier Hotel, Airport, Accra.

The event was intended to create a platform for a formal relationship between industry and GTUC in the area of research and technology transfer.

Interested private sector organisations should kindly contact the Office of Research Services and Innovation – Tel: +233 303934031/501341962 or email: for reservations.

This event was being organized with support from the Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) and the Council for Technical, Vocational Education and Training (COTVET)


17th- 19th February 2015

GTUC Main Campus

The technology of TVWS and subsequent dynamic spectrum wireless broadband networks (DS-WBN) are  innovations  being  tested  globally,  to  accelerate  the  national  broadband  connectivity  demand  in emerging economy countries. The fact that it also can provide affordable and additional connectivity to urban areas in co-existence and extension to cellular networks is an added benefit.

Career Fair was held at GTUC main Campus, on the 19th of March 2015, from 9am – 5pm. Some participated companies are:

  • Vodafone Ghana.
  • MTN.
  • UT Bank.
  • AirTel Ghana.
  • Access Bank.
  • Oil and Gas Insurance Company.
  • Jobberman.


There is going to be an Innovation and Commercialization workshop the GTUC main campus soon.

Records are vital to every organization. Maintaining records helps in keeping track of the roles and information of every person belonging to an organization. Such records often include operational, policy, and other pertinent data. In educational institutions, the case is obviously no different from other organizations. Basically, the two types of records which are critical and vital in every educational institution are staff records and student records.

Efficient management of municipal solid waste (MSW), especially waste plastic components is a growing challenge for many developing countries including Ghana. This research study was conducted to determine the effect of blending used commodity plastics; namely high density polyethylene (HDPE) and Polypropylene (PP) with conventional AC-20 graded bitumen. The plastics were chopped and blended with the bitumen ‘in-situ’, with a shear mixer at a temperature range of 160 ºC-170 ºC.

An Antenna is a transducer that is designed to transmit or receive electromagnetic waves. They come in different types, sizes and design techniques, based on the purpose for which they were designed. A diverse variety of antennas have been used for radio astronomy. The principal reason for this diversity being the wide range of wavelengths .Telecommunication is now seen to be playing major roles in the lives of people and the use of compatible Antennas has been of great concern to the engineers on field.