Ho Technical University, formerly Ho Polytechnic, is a public tertiary institution in the Volta Region of Ghana. The Polytechnic started in 1968 as a technical institute with the primary goal of providing pre-technical education. By 1972, the Institute made tremendous progress and upgraded its courses.
In 1986, the Institute became a Polytechnic. It, however, continued to operate as second cycle institution, until 1993 when the Polytechnic was upgraded to a fully-fledged tertiary institution by the enactment of PNDC Law 321 and charged with the responsibility of training students in the technical and vocational skills to the Higher National Diploma [HND] level. Subsequently, in 2007, Polytechnics were given the mandate by the Polytechnics Act 745 to award their own degrees to the highest level.
Institute and Centres
- Technical Vocational Education Research Center
- Inter-Cultural Chinese Center
- Centre for Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Technology Transfer (CEIT)
- HIV and Reproductive Health Centre
- Food Joints
- Recreational Facilities
- Business Centres
- Commercial Area
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Ho Technical University, Ho, Volta Region Ghana.
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