Research inKNUSTis a priority evident by the numerous researches being undertaken on and off campus. The university continuously seeks to advance knowledge through dedicated research teams in theDepartments, Institutes and Centres. Our research spans from arts through science andtechnologyto other important areas. We also have a centralized database system which stores information on our research areas and publications.
Office of Grants and Research
The Office of Grants & Research (OGR) serves as a centralized university office for funded research. The Office provides research and grant administration support services to sponsored research activities in KNUST.
- Funding Opportunities
- Doing Research
Research Institutes and Centres
KNUST has research centres which have been established to carry out various projects to aid development in their respective fields. These research centres produce credible works beneficial to KNUST and the outside community.
- Agriculture and Natural Resources
- Architecture and Planning
- Art and Social Sciences
- Physical and Applied Sciences
There are several Journals accessible to all. KNUST in her efforts to increase the Staff Research output has a number of Journal publications in the university community.
- Journal of Science and Technology
- Colleges and Departmental Journals
The university’s core mandate is essentially is to provide highereducation, undertake research, disseminate knowledge and foster mutual relationships in academia. Per this scope, research publications have remained a continuous exercise.
- Peer-Reviewed Publications
- Conference Presentations
The Library provides information in electronic and print formats to staff and students mainly to support teaching, learning and research in science and technology for national development.
- Online Repository (KNUST Space)
- Library Catalogue
- Online Databases
- Online Theses Submission
- Open Educational Resources (OER)
In line with the university’s mandate to providehigher education, undertake research, disseminate knowledge and foster mutual relationships in academia, Student Researchers have access to facilities that facilitate and make research a continuous exercise.
- Guidelines & Training
Research Uptake Communications
Development Research Uptake in Sub-Saharan Africa (DRUSSA) is a five-yearprogrammesupporting 24 African universities as they strengthen processes and systems to manage research uptake.