Weekend Registration

Students are being informed that provision has been made for the registration exercise to be carried out over the weekend as follows at the various departments:

Saturday 9th September 2017                         9am – 2pm

Sunday 10th September 2017                          2pm – 6pm

Saturday 16th September 2017                       9am – 2pm

Sunday 17th September 2017                          2pm – 6pm

1st CBT Graduation

University of Education, Winneba, in collaboration with African Development Bank (AfDB), Government of Ghana (GoG) through Ministry of Education (MoE) and Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (COTVET) has successfully trained the first batch of Diploma in Education (CBT Option) in Ghana. We hereby inform the 2017 Graduands of the University of Education, Winneba and the general public that the first graduation for the award of Diploma in Education (CBT Option) of the Centre for Competency-Based Training and Research (CCBTR) certificate would be held as follows:

Welcome to All Students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) Campus

On behalf of the University Management, I welcome all regular students especially the Freshers to the 2017/18 Regular Academic Session. As part of the University experience, you have opportunities for academic and personal growth, and we will offer the needed support to enable you navigate your way through this exciting journey of learning and discovery.

I encourage you to explore all that UEW has to offer you. Your academic success is our top priority. Study hard and enjoy your stay on Campus.



Special call on Higher Education Governance, Research and Policy in Africa / Meaning-making Research Initiatives (MRI)

Application deadline: September 30, 2017

Established in 1973, the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) promotes research by African and Diaspora scholars in the Social Sciences and Humanities that can contribute to a better understanding of Africa and its place in the world. This is done in the belief that sound knowledge of the continent is invaluable to efforts to make Africa a better place for its peoples and societies.