Announcement

Intensive Pre-Academic Orientation Programme for Fresh Regular Students (2018/2019)

The Office of the Dean of Student Affairs is organising an Intensive Pre-academic Orientation Programme (IPOP) for all fresh Regular Students for the 2018/2019 Academic Year scheduled as follows:

Date:                 Monday, September 3rd - Wednesday September 12, 2018

Venue:              Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference, South Campus Assembly Hall and the Osagyefo Library, South Campus)

Time:                9:00am

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Collection of ID Cards for Fresh Students

All Fresh students are to note that the collection of student ID Cards for the 2018/2019 Academic year has been tied to the completion of individual medical examinations.

In view of this, upon the completion of your medical examination, you will be issued with a CHIT that would enable you collect your student ID Card from your Department.

We therefore entreat all fresh students to make sure that they complete the medical examination in due course.

Thank you.

 

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Welcome to all Regular Students

The University of Education, Winneba wishes to welcome our cherished students (freshers and continuing) to the First Semester of 2018/2019 academic year.

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.

We 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.

 

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2018 Ghana Geographers/Geography Teachers’ Association Annual Conference

Members of the University Community are invited to the Ghana Geographers Association / Ghana Geography Teachers' Association Annual Conference 2018 is scheduled as follows:

The theme for the GGA/GGTA Annual conference 2018 is “Geography – The Missing Link in Ghana’s Development Agenda?”. This theme is necessitated by the fact that in the overall scheme of Ghana’s development drive, the concept of Geography and Geographers seems to be relegated to the background, leaving a huge development gap and sustainability questions.

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