What Is Myclass.Knust?
The facility was initially established as Kabwe Teachers Training College in 1967. At first, it provided teachers for junior secondary schools with training. Four years later, the institution was renamed Nkrumah Teachers College in honour of Kwame Nkrumah, Ghana’s first president and prime minister. At the time, Zambia’s president, Kenneth Kaunda. The college started its transformation into a university under Levy Mwanawasa’s presidency (2002–2008), and it was completed under Michael Sata (2011 to 2014).
The Higher Education Act No. 4 of 2013’s Part IV, Section 14 established Kwame Nkrumah University. The university’s initial capacity was 600 students, but that number has subsequently risen to 6,000. August 2016, as of Only 600 students could be accommodated at the university; this number has subsequently risen to 6,000. It had 74 full-time academic employees as of August 2016. The university was undergoing a significant infrastructure development at the time, which included the construction of four dorms with a combined capacity of 600 students. The construction work is being done by a Chinese construction company called Hua Jiang Investment Limited, for which the Zambian government has already spent more than ZMW:57,518,410 (about $5.68 million USD).
In August 2015, the university conducted its inaugural graduation ceremony using official university letterheads.