September 2016

Off-Campus access e- resources

UEW Library has introduced off-campus access to its e-resources for students and staff. To access any University Library’s e- Resources (such as JSTOR, Emerald etc.) you need to be identified as a UEW student or staff to have free access.

On- Campus access of e-resources

When you are on campus it is very easy to access the e- Resources. Simply connect your computer to the Internet via the University’s network:

Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF), 2016/2017 Academic Year

Applications are in invited from qualified persons to access the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) for the 2016/2017 academic year until 20th October, 2016. Download forms here

Completed applications should be submitted to Deans of Faculty who shall act as coordinators of the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF).

Eligibility Criteria for Applicants

To be eligible to receive the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) award, the applicant must meet the following criteria:

Archive Unit

 

The University Archives includes material documenting the history and growth of the University of Education, Winneba. Books (including faculty publications), manuscripts, periodicals and newspapers, ephemera, photographic images, congregation publications, drawings, Vice-Chancellor’s Annual Report, and other archival items are available for research under supervised conditions.

The Pride of UEW Archive Unit

Counselling Unit

INTRODUCTION

The Counselling Unit provides services to all students as well as workers of the College, and also people outside the University community who call in for assistance. During orientation of freshmen and women, students are made aware of the importance of guidance and counselling, as well as the existence of academic counsellors in the various departments that they could contact when they have academic concerns as well as personal problems.
 

Theatre Arts

 

INTRODUCTION
The Department of Theatre Arts, UEW seeks to train and equip students with relevant skills in the fields of Theatre and Dance. It also equip teachers with knowledge and skills to teach theatre related subjects in Ghanaian schools. The Department is also poised to advance the accumulated knowledge and skills in Ghanaian traditional culture and the development of Ghanaian contemporary arts and culture.
 

Music Education

 

INTRODUCTION
The mandate of the Department of Music Education is to prepare music teachers for the pre-tertiary levels of education in Ghana. The Department seeks to train and equip students with relevant skills to teach musical arts in Ghanaian schools as well as train general musicians with appropriate skills to pursue the wide range of careers available.

Graphic Design

The Department of Graphic Design provides opportunity for the study of an internationally recognized B. A. level programme in theory and practice of Graphic Design. It provides opportunity for producing a sustained body of creative graphic design work, and to develop appropriate research skills.
 

Art Education

INTRODUCTION
The Department of Art Education offers a 4-year Bachelor of Art Education. The Department has eight Units: Ceramics, Sculpture, Graphic Design, Picture Making, Basketry, Jewellery, Leatherwork and Textiles. Students who are admitted into the department are equipped with relevant skills and knowledge to enable them teach art effectively and competently in the basic and second cycle institutions in Ghana.