January 2017

If You Don’t Build Yourself Up, You Would Retire ‘A Lecturer’- Pro-Vice-Chancellor Tells New Faculty


The Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Very Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni, has urged newly appointed faculty members to be committed to building themselves up in their chosen career.

Centre for International Programmes

The Centre for International Programmes is charged with the responsibility of managing international relations of the University. It is the first point of call for all international students and guests of the University of Education Winneba (UEW).

The Centre collaborates with relevant departments to design and run special programmes for international students. Some of these programmes include, English with Pedagogy, Proficiency in English, Translation and Interpretation.

Phase 4 of Mentoring Programme for SeniorMembers

The Gender Mainstreaming Directorate commences phase 4 of its Mentoring Programme for Senior Members. The program seeks to assist newly recruited Senior Members (Teaching & non-teaching) with their research and publications.

This facility is open to newly recruited Senior Members and other Senior Members who have not benefited from the programme earlier.

Interested members should contact the Gender Mainstreaming Office;

                                                               Room 219




Applications are invited from qualified Senior and Junior Staff of the University for the January 2017 promotions. Requests for application forms should be directed to the Deputy Registrar, Division of Human Resource.

Application and Assessment Forms will be sent only to applicants who meet the criteria for promotion as outlined in the “PROMOTION PROCEDURES FOR SENIOR/JUNIOR STAFF OF THE UNIVERSITY” which has been circulated to Departments/Sections.

A Historical Overview Of Ecowas Intervention In Sub-Regional Conflicts: The Case Of Sierra

In West Africa, violent intra-state conflicts to the magnitude of the Liberian, and 
Sierra Leonean civil wars were new and unexpected. Such a stable country as Sierra
Leone fell as a result of “apartheid styled” government. When violence broke out, it
was thought and taken as one of those political disturbances that in no way could
result in regime instability. With the war raging, ECOWAS bound by her own policy
of non-interference in purely domestic matters and the international community