Management of Akenten Appiah Menka University Of Skills Training And Entrepreneurial Development (AAMUSTED) extended the 2023/2024 application deadline to 5th January, 2024.
Applicants must have the following documents when applying for admission.
- Valid personal email
- Valid personal mobile phone number
- Scanned copies of certified diplomas and transcripts
- A digital passport photo with the following requirements.
- Picture Dimension must be 450 x 450 pixels
- The file format for the passport picture must be a jpeg
- Full face, front view and opened eyes.
- Make sure photo presents full head from top of hair to shoulders.
- Take photo in plain white or off-white background.
- Avoid shadows on the face or background.
- Do not wear sunglasses or hats.
Note: All supporting documents must be in pdf
AAMUSTED Application Deadline Extended
HOW TO APPLY
Obtain an Application Voucher from the following places
- GCB Bank
- Prudential Bank
- Zenith Bank
- CalBank PLC
- GT Bank
- Ghana Post
- Yaa Asantewaa Rural Bank
- United Bank Africa
- Agricultural Development Bank
- Consolidated Bank Ghana
- Fidelity Bank
- First Atlantic Bank
- Kwamanman Rural Bank
- AAMUSTED Cash Offices, Kumasi & Mampong Campuses
Once you have your voucher, click here and apply.
Cost of Online Application Forms
- Direct applicants – GH¢250.00
- Post-Diploma applicants – GH¢250.00
- Mature applicants – GH¢300.00
- Graduate applicants – GH¢300
- International applicants – US$100.00
The Akenten Appiah-Menka University of Skills Training and Entrepreneurial Development (AAMUSTED), was established on August 27, 2020, under Act 1026 of 2020 of the Parliament of the Republic of Ghana.
AAMUSTED was formed from the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) and the College of Agriculture Education (CAGRIC), Asante-Mampong, which were campuses of the University of Education, Winneba.
The University traces its history to the evolution of COLTEK and CAGRIC. COLTEK started as a Technical Teachers College (TTC) in 1966 and later metamorphosed into the Kumasi Advanced Technical Teachers College (KATTC) in 1978.
The College of Agriculture Education on the other hand, evolved from the St. Andrews Training College, Akropong-Akwapim in the Eastern Region, which was established in 1946 by the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) and the Scottish Mission.
The KATTC and the St. Andrews Training College were part of the seven (7) Diploma-Awarding Institutions which were amalgamated to form the University College of Education, Winneba (UCEW) by PNDC Law 322, in 1992.
UCEW was weaned from the University of Cape Coast and became an autonomous University in 2004, under Act 672 of the Parliament of the Republic of Ghana