Ho Technical University, formerly known as Ho Polytechnic, is a public tertiary institution in the Volta Region of Ghana.
The Polytechnic started in 1968 as a technical institute with the goal of providing pre-technical education. By 1972, the Institute made tremendous progress and upgraded its courses. In 1986, the institution was upgraded into a Polytechnic.
However, it was not until 1993 that it got the full backing of the law to become a fully-fledged tertiary institution, charged with the responsibility of training students to the Higher National Diploma (HND) and Degree Levels.
The Polytechnic has its antecedents in the former Ho Technical Institute, which was established in 1968 to provide pre-technical training courses in various engineering and building trades. In 1972, the pre-technical courses were upgraded to more advanced programmes in technical, business and other vocational disciplines.
Location – Ho, Volta Region.
Campus – Ho
Campus type – Urban, Suburban
Fees – GHC1500 – GHC 3000 (Acceptance Rate– About 70%)
Ho Campus– Academics
North Campus – Main Entrance and Auditorium
South Campus – Computer Science Department
Central Campus – Old library and Engineering Lab
What Needs Improvement
1. Information Dissemination
2. Formidable SRC
3. Responsiveness To Student’s needs
4. Accountability of leaders
Ho Technical University is currently the top university in Volta Region.
Interests and Involvement
Religious Groups – PENSA, AG, Roman, Light House
Nightlife – Mirage Club, Nogora
Relaxation – Barracks Poolside
Sports – School Park, Ho Stadium
Health– University Clinic, Royal Clinic, Ho General Hospital
Food – School Restaurant, Nogora Junction Restaurant.
Adaklu Hall (Biggest Hall)
Peter Agbodz – African Studies
Paulina Nillie A -Hospitality
Kenneth Amanor- Fashion Design