The Second Semester for the 2020/2021 Academic Year commences on 17th May 2021. Click here for the resumption date and schedule for Second Semester
EXTENSION OF REGISTRATION TO MONDAY 19TH APRIL, 2021
All students who have not yet registered are to do so by close of day Monday, 19th April 2021.
However, as a reminder of our policy on registration, students facing financial constraints should detail their payment plan in writing to the Finance Directorate for approval to enable them to register. There shall be no extension beyond this date.
CNC MILLING OPERATION PROGRAMME SHORT COURSE
CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control. It is a versatile system that allows one to control the motion of tools and parts through computer programs that use numeric data. CNC can be used with nearly any traditional machine. The most common CNC machines found in the machine shop include machining centres (mills) and turning centres (lathes).
- These classes will explain operations performed with the help of CNC.
- Train students in the programming and operation of Computer Numerical
Control (CNC) machines
- Provide a platform for the fabrication of components for student projects
- Enable students to work on a production machine to become industry-ready
TARGET GROUP: STUDENTS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AND OTHERS
DURATION: FIVE (5) DAYS
DATE: 17TH – 21ST MAY 2021
FEE: GH¢ 500
DIRECTORATE FOR RESEARCH, INNOVATION, PUBLICATION AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER (DRIPPT): SECOND CALL FOR ATU RESEARCH FUND (ARIF) 2020/2021 ACADEMIC YEAR
INTENT OF ATU RESEARCH FUND (ARIF)
As an academic institution established to promote Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) development in Ghana through cutting-edge research and linkage with industry, Accra Technical University (ATU) has been focusing its research agenda (TVET for Sustainable Development) on the development agenda of Ghana. In order to foster global transformation and align our research endeavours to international policy agenda, faculty and staff of ATU have to undertake/conduct research driven by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
As part of measures to realize the agenda of global visibility, international competitiveness and social impact, the Directorate of Research, Innovation, Publication and Technology Transfer (DRIPPT) and the University Management announce the second call for proposals for ARIF for the 2020-2021 academic year. ARIF aims to encourage researchers to conduct high-quality research of national and international relevance. This Call will put a premium on proposals that demonstrate strong promise regarding relevance to:
- Industrial Linkage;
- National Development Orientation;
- Impact on ATU’s Visibility; and
- Contribution to Knowledge and Innovation.
The offering of ARIFs will provide a pathway of research evidence that will attract larger funds for the engagement in large-scale research that will yield a wider impact at both national and international levels.
- The 2020-2021 Call for ARIF Proposals is open to all academics, research fellows and partners associated with ATU.
- ARIF-2021 seeks to support only multidisciplinary and action-based (applied) research which focuses on engineering, applied sciences, social sciences, humanities and business.
- There shall be a lead researcher i.e. Principal Investigator (PI) in each submitted research proposal who will serve as the main correspondent and budget holder of the application.
- A submitted application should involve a very experienced academic/researcher (evident in his/her CV) as part of the research team.
- Research teams which involve members from industry in and out of Ghana are highly encouraged.
- Applicants should have relevant qualifications and competence in the subject area of the proposed project.
- The roles which will be played by each contributor/investigator should be clearly stated in the proposal
- An application for ARIF-2021 should be submitted by:
- A cross-functional team from a minimum of two (2) departments in the university is encouraged to improve multidisciplinary research and joint proposal writing.
- A team of not less than three (3) academics/researchers, including a PI who is a staff of the university.
- The minimum amount of funding is Gh¢ 5,000.00 and the maximum is Gh¢ 20,000.00.
- The duration for a project is 6 to 12 months but can be extended with enough justification.
- Industry partners are allowed to provide additional funding to the project if it becomes necessary, but such funding will not be regulated by DRIPPT.
- Submission of ARIF Concept Notes: 1st March, 2021 – 8th March, 2021
- Notification of Accepted Concept Notes: 15th March, 2021 – 19th March, 2021
- Submission for Full ARIF Proposals: 20th March, 2021 – 23rd April, 2021
- Notification of Outcome of Application: 16th June, 2021
All proposals, communications and requests for clarifications should be submitted via e-mail at the following address firstname.lastname@example.org. Authors of accepted proposals will be informed by 26th April 2021 and subsequently invited to defend their respective proposals through a PowerPoint Presentation. Template for Concept Notes and ARIF Proposal will be sent via email to staff from the Public Relations Directorate and will also be made available on the Research Directorate page of the ATU Website (www.https://atu.edu.gh) for staff members to download.
TECHNICAL EXAMINATIONS FEES FOR MAY/JUNE ACADEMIC YEAR (NON-TERTIARY PROGRAMMES)
HOW TO REGISTER ON ICAMPUS
BLENDED LEARNING AND EXAMINATION CALENDAR FOR FIRST SEMESTER (2020/2021 ACADEMIC YEAR)
ACADEMIC CALENDAR AND MODE OF DELIVERY OF LECTURES FOR THE 2020/2021 ACADEMIC YEAR
Based on the President’s directive for all Universities to resume teaching/learning activities in January 2021, the University presents its 2020/2021 academic calendar for all programmes in the link below: