Agartha Adjoa Luguterah
Faculty Registrar
Staff Grade
Senior Assistant Registrar
Faculty of Creative Arts and Technology

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Agartha A. Luguterah is currently the Faculty Registrar and a trained teacher by profession. She holds a master's degree in Adult Education from the University of Ghana, MPA- ongoing from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, B.Ed./ Diploma in Special Education & Home Economics from the University of Education and Teacher’s cert ‘A’ from St. Louis College of Education She had her secondary education from Archbishop Porters Senior High School. She has been in the Senior Assistant Registrar grade since 2015 and had had administrative experience from five faculties and two directorates.

  • MA (Adult Education) 2007
  • B.Ed. (Special Education/Home Economics) 2001
  • Teacher’s Certificate ‘A’ 1995
  • G.C.E.’O’ Level 1992     

    Institutions Attended                                            
  • Kwame Nkrumah Univ. of Sci.& Tech. Kumasi Jan. 2022 - Ongoing 
  • University of Ghana, Legon, Sep.2005 - July 2007
  • University of Education, Winneba Sept.1997 – July 2001
  • St. Louis Training College, KumasiAug.1992 - June 1995
  • Archbishop Porter Sen. High School, Takoradi      Sept.1988 – June 1992
  • Kumasi Academy Senior High School, Kumasi   Sept.1987 – Sept. 1988

Decentralization of Administrative role and productivity at Kumasi Technical University.


Membership of National Committees/Professional Bodies

May 2012 – to date.     Assistant Examiner, West Africa Examination   Council (WAEC)

 March 2019 – to date   Board Chair, Star of Hope International, Ghana (NGO)

Luguterah, A. W., Luguterah, A. A., & Kombat, D. (2020) The Contribution of Leadership of Public Universities in Improving Employee Performance. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. 8(12), 160-168.

Luguterah, A. W., Gabriel D., & Luguterah, A. A. (2020). Development of Management and Leadership Competencies in Senior Management of Higher Educational Institutions: Literature Review. Direct Research Journal of Social Science and Educational Studies, 7 (5), 96-106.