Tamale Technical University (TATU) can be considered a top tertiary education institute in Ghana, and this is due to its enormous contributions to the educational space.
Well, times have changed, and with most institutions employing technology in their various areas to make life easier, TATU has also jumped on the train and as we speak, there is a platform called the TATU student portal where students can get easy access to their academic resources.
We will be taking a look at the TATU student portal in this article.
About the TATU Student Portal
The Tamale Technical University (TATU) student portal is quite a simple and straightforward platform that is accessible very easily. There are a lot of things that an individual can do while on the platform and these are;
- Complete your Course Registration
- Check student fees payment
- Checking your semester academic result
- Can be used to download your academic transcript
- Check the semester academic calendar
Before you can use the platform, you must be a fresh student or a continuing student.
What you need to login to your TATU student portal
The following are needed if you really want to successfully log in to your TATU student portal;
- An internet connecting device with an internet connection
- Your student ID number and your student password
How to log in to your TATU student portal
Do the following in order to log in to your TATU student portal;
- Visit the URL, http://portal.tatu.edu.gh/
- Upon opening, enter your student ID number as well as your student password
How to reset or change your TATU student portal password
Well, on the platform, there is no way you can do it, however, you can do so outside of the platform. In case you lose your password, then you have to visit the school’s IT department.
In northern Ghana, Tamale Technical University is the top university for technical and vocational education in all of Africa. The history of the university may be traced back to a technical institute in 1963 and a trades school in 1951. Following its transformation from a Polytechnic under the Technical Universities Act, 2016 it was classified as a Technical University in 2018. (Act 922).
The University is free to operate as a publicly funded higher institution in Ghana. The National Accreditation Board has granted accreditation to all of the University’s programs (NAB). The National Board for Professional and Technician Examinations oversees the Higher National Diploma Programs (NABPTEX).
There are roughly 7000 students at the university, who represent different countries. The number of students and their backgrounds both indicates the strong support for cultural diversity. Presently enrolled are students from Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Ghana, and Burkina Faso. Academic excellence is a reflection of the diversity of the student body, the unwavering importance placed on practical training, and of the institution’s close ties to industry.
The Commonwealth Association of Technical Universities and Polytechnics in Africa includes Tamale Technical University as a member. Additionally, it is a member of the Ghana Conference of Rectors of Polytechnics and Vice-Chancellors of Technical Universities as well as the Association of Principals of Technical Institutes in Ghana.