We wish to inform all stakeholders of our ongoing scheduled maintenance work for the period 13th – 24th March 2017.
To forestall interruptions in web services, most of the works will be carried out during off peak periods (i.e. between the hours of 8pm – 4am) on working days, and on Saturday and Sunday.
Do bear with us for any inconvinience.
Meanwhile, you may share your views on the current site with us by completing the attached questionnaire
The Division of Human Resource in partnership with the Estate Section has organised a workshop on the health needs of staff of the Section. The workshop was held on 2nd February, 2017 and attended by 35 members of staff of the Section.
The University of Education, Winneba has observed the global event held to celebrate women’s efforts and contributions to societal growth, dubbed International Women’s Day, with a three-day Gender Sensitization workshop for all categories of staff at the University.
The Counseling Centre wishes to inform the University community that the Radio programme “Nuggets for Life” has been re-scheduled from Wednesdays, 5pm – 6:30pm to Thursdays 5pm – 6pm.
Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.
AG. DIRECTOR, COUNSELLING CENTRE
Ajumako Hall wishes to inform the University Community that its Hall Week Celebration is scheduled as follows:
Date: 15th to 19th March, 2017
Venue: Ajumako Campus
This year’s hall week is going to be celebrated in grand style. Interesting and Educative activities scheduled for the week are as follows:
- Inter level soccer
- Clean up exercise
- Dinner and lots more
The University of Frankfurt, Germany has concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) to promote languages education and deepen a long standing agreement between the two institutions. The MOU was signed on Monday, March 13, 2017 at the Council Chamber.
The Old Students Association of Mampong College of Technical Education, formerly Mampong Technical Teacher’s College (MATTCOSA), UEW-Kumasi Chapter has organised interschool quiz competition for students of Anglican Junior High School in Kumasi to promote technical education.
The workshop will address common questions about grammar and punctuation, with emphasis on how such mechanics are essential to effective institutional communications. Strategies for identifying and resolving grammar and punctuation errors would be discussed and practiced as well as effective proofreading skills. Participants will have an opportunity to have their grammar and punctuation questions answered and will leave the workshop with handouts and a list of resources that will assist them in perfecting their speaking and writing skills.