World-class universities thrive in an environment that fosters competitiveness, unrestrained scientific inquiry, critical thinking, innovation and creativity.

Institutions that have complete autonomy are also more agile, because they aren't bound by clunky bureaucracies and externally imposed standards.

A good quality institute bloom in an environment that fosters competitiveness, creative thinking, innovation and so forth.

It provides a learning environment that encourages working on innovative projects in order to promote holistic personality development for nurturing future leaders.

The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has constructed the biggest university faculty block in the whole of Africa.

The 11,100 capacity student building is an edifice built for use as classrooms by the Faculty of Social Sciences.

Aside serving as classroom purposes, the new building will also provide offices for lecturers as well as the various departments within the faculty.

The beautiful image of the storey building was shared by Voice of KNUST on Twitter, with Ghanaians commending the Kumasi-based university for the great achievement.