KNUST Admissions Cut Off Points for 2022/2023 Academic Year

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KNUST Admissions Cut Off Points for 2022/2023
The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology(KNUST) announced on April 11, 2022, that it has opened the sale of application forms to prospective undergraduate students.

KNUST Admissions Cut Off Points for 2022/2023 Academic Year.

The acquisition of application forms is not enough unless one has taken a close look at the KNUST’s admissions cut-off points for 2022/2023.

It is common knowledge that admission spots at the Kumasi-based institution are quite difficult when compared to other institutions. A hasty selection of academic programs may result in the loss of desired programs.

The cut-off points are used to help people choose their preferred programs based on their capacity to achieve the aggregate.
The system confirms the adage “cut your coat to fit your size.”
As a result, the system pushes you to choose programs in which you believe you will succeed.

Here at GhnewsbanQ.com, we want to be with you every step of the way; from the application process to the time of admission. This is why we have compiled the list of all programmes the University’s six colleges;

  • College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • College of Humanities and Social Sciences
  • College of Engineering
  • College of Art and Built Environment
  • College of Science
  • and College of Health Sciences offers and their respective cut-off points.
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Apart from these, KNUST also has the Obuasi Campus, which offers academic programs.

But, before we delve into the university’s cut-off points, we’ll take a look at the various programs offered by each of the six colleges to get a better understanding of what each represents.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS OFFERED BY KNUST

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

  • BSc. Agriculture
  • BSc. Natural Resources Management
  • BSc. Landscape Design and Management
  • BSc. Agricultural Biotechnology
  • BSc. Agribusiness management
  • BSc. Forest Resources Technology
  • BSc. Aquaculture & Water Resources Management

College of Engineering 

  • BSc. Agricultural Engineering
  • BSc. Chemical Engineering
  • BSc. Civil Engineering
  • BSc. Geomatic Engineering (Geodetic Engineering)
  • BSc. Materials Engineering
  • BSc. Mechanical Engineering
  • BSc. Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  • BSc. Computer Engineering
  • BSc. Aerospace Engineering
  • BSc. Petroleum Engineering
  • BSc. Telecommunication Engineering
  • BSc. Geological Engineering
  • BSc. Biomedical Engineering
  • BSc. Petrochemical Engineering
  • BSc. Metallurgical Engineering
  • BSc. Automobile Engineering
  • BSc. Industrial Engineering
  • BSc. Marine Engineering

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • BA. Economics
  • BA. Geography and Rural Development
  • BA. Sociology/Social Work
  • BA. Religious Studies
  • BA. History
  • BA. Political Studies
  • BA. French and Francophone Studies
  • BA. Communication Studies
  • BA. Linguistics
  • BA. Akan Language and Culture
  • BA. Culture and Tourism
  • BA. English
  • BSc. Business Administration (Human Resource Management/Management)
  • BSc. Business Administration (Marketing/lnternational Business)
  • BSc. Business Administration (Accounting/Banking and Finance)
  • BSc. Business Administration (Logistics and Supply Chain Management/Business Information Technology)
  • BSc. Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • LLB (4 years for WASSCE/SSSCE Holders)
  • LLB (4 years for Degree Holders only) (Fee Paying only)
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College of Arts and Built Environment

  • BSc. Architecture
  • BSc. Construction Technology & Management
  • BSc. Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics
  • BSc. Development Planning
  • BSc. Human Settlement Planning
  • BSc. Land Economy
  • BSc. Real Estate
  • BSc. Fashion Design
  • BSc. Textile Design and Technology
  • BSc. Ceramic Technology
  • BSc. Metalsmithing and Jewellery Technology
  • BA. Integrated Rural Art and Industry
  • BA. Publishing Studies
  • BA. Communication Design (Graphic Design)
  • BFA. Painting and Sculpture
  • BFA. Ceramics

College of Science 

  • BSc. Biochemistry
  • BSc. Food Science and Technology
  • BSc. Biological Sciences
  •  BSc. Environmental Science
  •  BSc. Chemistry
  • BSc. Computer Science
  • BSc. Mathematics
  • BSc. Statistics
  • BSc. Physics
  • BSC. Actuarial Science
  • Doctor of Optometry (OD), Six (6) years
  • BSc. Meteorology and Climate Science

College of Health Sciences

  • Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D), Six (6) Years
  • BSc. Herbal Medicine
  • BSc. Human Biology (Medicine- to be followed by a 3-year Clinical Programme leading to MBChB Degree)
  • BSc. Medical Laboratory Technology
  • BSc. Physiotherapy and Sports Science (Sports and Exercise Science)
  • BSc. Physician Assistantship
  • BSc. Medical Imaging (Sonography)
  • BSc. Nursing
  • BSc. Midwifery
  • BSc. BDS Dental Surgery
  • BSc Human Biology
  • DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) Six (6) years
  • BSc. Disability & Rehabilitation Studies (opened to candidates with General Science; General Arts; Business; Visual Arts and Vocational/ Home Economics background)

Obuasi Campus

  •  BSc. Electrical & Electronic Engineering
  •  BSc. Civil Engineering
  • BSc. Materials Engineering
  • BSc. Metallurgical Engineering
  • BSc. Mechanical Engineering
  • BSc. Geomatic Engineering
  • BSc. Geological Engineering
  • BSc. Environmental Science
  • BSc. Business Administration (Logistics and Supply Chain Management/Business Informatior Technology)
  • BSc. Business Administration (Human Resource Management/Management)
  • BSc. Business Administration (Marketing/lnternational Business)
  • BSc. Business Administration (Accounting/Banking and Finance)
  • BSc. Nursing
  • BSc. Midwifery
  • BSc. Medical Laboratory Technology

KNUST GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENT

Before a prospective student is even considered for a spot, he or she must meet the following general standards. Following that, the relevant cut-off points for the programs are implemented.

They ran most first degree programmes over 4 years.

It is notable that the THREE CORE SUBJECTS are prerequisites for all programmes of study at KNUST.

For WASSCE/SSCE applicants, one must have CREDITS in the THREE WASSCE/SSCE Core Subjects namely English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science), and CREDITS in THREE WASSCE/SSCE Elective Subjects or a relevant elective to the chosen programme with an aggregate 24 or better.

KNUST accepts WASSCE applicants with grades A1-C6, and SSCE holders with grades A-D.

How KNUST interprets the WASSCE/SSCE Grading system
WASSCE SSCE VALUE
A1 A 1
B2 B 2
B3 C 3
C4 D 4
C5 D 4
C6 D 4
D7
E8
F9 F
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For General Business Certificate Examination (GBCE) holders, passes in THREE compulsory subjects, including English Language and passes in THREE Elective subjects, including Business Mathematics, are acceptable.

For GCE/IGCSE (CAMBRIDGE) ‘A’ & ‘O’LEVELS/MATURE APPLICANTS, applicants must have FIVE credits at the GCE/IGCSE O’ Level including English Language and Mathematics, plus passes in at least THREE subjects at the A’ Level/Three Credits with matured applicants.

For Advanced Business Certificate Examination (ABCE) holders, applicants must possess passes in THREE compulsory subjects plus THREE optional subjects relevant to the programme of study.

Below is the complete list of the KNUST Admissions Cut-Off Points for 2022/2023 academic year.

Disclaimer: Applicants should use these grades as a broad guideline. During the admissions process, they are subject to change.

KNUST Admissions Cut-Off Points for 2022/2023

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

  • BSc. Agriculture – 22
  • BSc. Natural Resources Management – 20
  • BSc. Landscape Design and Management – 17
  • BSc. Agricultural Biotechnology – 20
  • BSc. Agribusiness management – 19
  • BSc. Forest Resources Technology – 24
  • BSc. Aquaculture & Water Resources Management – 24
  • BSc. Packaging Technology – 24

 College of Engineering

  • BSc. Agricultural Engineering – 17
  • BSc. Chemical Engineering – 12
  • BSc. Civil Engineering – 12
  • BSc. Geomatic Engineering (Geodetic Engineering) – 15
  • BSc. Materials Engineering – 15
  • BSc. Mechanical Engineering – 12
  • BSc. Electrical & Electronic Engineering – 09
  • BSc. Computer Engineering – 12
  • BSc. Aerospace Engineering – 12
  • BSc. Petroleum Engineering – 09
  • BSc. Telecommunication Engineering – 14
  • BSc. Geological Engineering – 14
  • BSc. Biomedical Engineering – 07
  • BSc. Petrochemical Engineering – 10
  • BSc. Metallurgical Engineering – 17
  • BSc. Automobile Engineering – 16
  • BSc. Industrial Engineering – 16
  • BSc. Marine Engineering – 15

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • BA. Economics – 13
  • BA. Geography and Rural Development – 13
  • BA. Sociology/Social Work – 14
  • BA. Religious Studies – 24
  • BA. History – 18
  • BA. Political Studies – 12
  • BA. French and Francophone Studies – 15
  • BA. Communication Studies – 13
  • BA. Linguistics – 18
  • BA. Akan Language and Culture – 24
  • BA. Culture and Tourism – 24
  • BA. English – 24
  • BSc. Business Administration (Human Resource Management/Management) – 10
  • BSc. Business Administration (Marketing/lnternational Business) – 12
  • BSc. Business Administration (Accounting/Banking and Finance) – 08
  • BSc. Business Administration (Logistics and Supply Chain Management/Business Information Technology) – 11
  • BSc. Hospitality and Tourism Management – 13
  • LLB – 06

 College of Arts and Built Environment

  • BSc. Architecture – 10
  • BSc. Construction Technology & Management – 14
  • BSc. Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics – 13
  • BSc. Development Planning – 13
  • BSc. Human Settlement Planning – 15
  • BSc. Land Economy – 11
  • BSc. Real Estate – 14
  • BSc. Fashion Design – 16
  • BSc. Textile Design and Technology – 17
  • BSc. Ceramic Technology – 24
  • BSc. Metalsmithing and Jewellery Technology – 21
  • BA. Integrated Rural Art and Industry – 17
  • BA. Publishing Studies – 15
  • BA. Communication Design (Graphic Design) – 15
  • BFA. Painting and Sculpture – 19
  • BFA. Ceramics – 24
  • B.Ed. Junior High School – 24
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 College of Science

  • BSc. Biochemistry – 12
  • BSc. Food Science and Technology – 14
  • BSc. Biological Sciences – 12
  •  BSc. Environmental Science – 17
  •  BSc. Chemistry – 20
  • BSc. Computer Science – 13
  • BSc. Mathematics – 19
  • BSc. Statistics – 15
  • BSc. Physics – 22
  • BSC. Actuarial Science – 12
  • Doctor of Optometry (OD), Six (6) years – 07
  • BSc. Meteorology and Climate Science -20

College of Health Sciences

  • Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D) – 06
  • BSc. Herbal Medicine – 23
  • BSc. Human Biology  – 06
  • BSc. Medical Laboratory Technology – 08
  • BSc. Physiotherapy and Sports Science (Sports and Exercise Science) – 14
  • BSc. Physician Assistantship – 08
  • BSc. Medical Imaging (Sonography) – 11
  • BSc. Nursing – 10
  • BSc. Midwifery – 11
  • BSc. BDS Dental Surgery – 08
  • BSc Human Biology – 06
  • DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) – 15
  • BSc. Disability & Rehabilitation Studies – 17

Obuasi Campus

  • BSc. Electrical & Electronic Engineering – 22
  • BSc. Civil Engineering – 22
  • BSc. Materials Engineering – 24
  • BSc. Metallurgical Engineering – 24
  • BSc. Mechanical Engineering – 22
  • BSc. Geomatic Engineering – 24
  • BSc. Geological Engineering – 24
  • BSc. Environmental Science – 24
  • BSc. Business Administration (Logistics and Supply Chain Management/Business Information Technology) – 24
  • BSc. Business Administration (Human Resource Management/Management) – 24
  • BSc. Business Administration (Marketing/lnternational Business) – 24
  • BSc. Business Administration (Accounting/Banking and Finance) – 20
  • BSc. Nursing – 14
  • BSc. Midwifery – 15
  • BSc. Medical Laboratory Technology – 13

The KNUST admissions cut-off points for 2022/2023 are primarily intended to be used as a reference for selecting academic programs. When the admissions process begins, they may change.

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