Applications are invited from qualified applicants for admission into regular, sandwich and distance programmes at University of Education, Winneba for the 2018/2019 academic year.
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To promote independence of persons with disability through home-based rehabilitation in order to become serviceable in the society and to obtain a high degree of independence. Membership is opened to all students of UEW
The Division of Human Resource (UEW) in collaboration with the Security Directorate (UEW), organised a two-day workshop for the various Hall Assistants of the University from 21st - 22nd February 2017. The programme was titled “The role of Hall Assistants in ensuring effective security and safety at the hall of residence”.
The aim of the workshop was to discuss the various threats and dangers students were exposed to in their various halls, as well as the duties of Hall Assistants and some recommendations for the future of the university.
The College of Languages Education (CoLANGE), Ajumako observed the 2018 International Mother Language Day (IMLD) at the Ajumako Campus amidst rich Ghanaian cultural displays and speeches. The event which took place on Wednesday 21st February, 2018 was held under the theme “Preserving Linguistic Diversity and Promoting Multilingualism to Support the SDGs”.
Hundreds of students at the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) on February 23, 2018 thronged the campus ceremonial grounds to pay tribute to the Late Prof. Reynolds Okai, Principal of the College who recently passed away. The convocation, which lasted for about 20 minutes, saw the students observing a minute’s silence to honour the late Principal in addition to offering prayers of peace and rest for the soul of the departed and strength for his family.
Crestfallen hearts, unrestrained sobs and intermittent shaking of heads in utter shock and in apparent show of disbelief were the dispositions of many a staff who attended an emergency general meeting at the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) on February 21, 2018 to officially break news of the passing of the Principal of the College, Prof. (Ing.) Reynolds Okai and also apprise staff of subsequent developments.
A two day workshop on effective filing and office management was held on the 12th -14th February, 2018 for Administrative and Clerical Staff of University of Education, Winneba. The workshop, which brought together Administrators and Clerks of various Faculties, Departments, Divisions and all recognised offices in the Institution was aimed at informing, educating and introducing the participants to contemporary advanced filling systems and Office Management.
The Centre for International Programmes (CIP) of the University of Education, Winneba held a workshop on the theme “Internationalisation of Universities in Ghana” with emphasis on Internationalisation at UEW on Wednesday 7th February, 2018 at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre, North Campus, Winneba.
The Centre for International Programmes (CIP) in collaboration with Student Affairs of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has organized an Intensive Pre-Orientation Programme (IPOP) for students from the University College Capital of Copenhagen, Denmark on Teaching Practice at University of Education, Winneba.
The orientation was held on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at the Registrar’s Conference Room, North Campus at Winneba.
On Wednesday 31st January, 2018, officials of the John Agyekum Kufuor (JAK) Foundation paid a courtesy visit to the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni and some Academic Heads at the Council Chamber, North Campus.
The visit discussed how best the Foundation could collaborate with the University in the area of leadership. Besides, the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) is the first tertiary institution in Ghana to experience this collaboration.
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has held matriculation ceremonies for the 2017/2018 Distance Education students for all the Study Centres at all their various matriculation venues; Winneba, Kumasi, Ho and Tamale.
Some Southern Sector students had theirs at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre, Winneba whereas students from Asante Mampong and Kumasi also had their matriculation at the Ceremonial Grounds at Kumasi Campus. Students who stay at far places also had their matriculation at Ho and Tamale.
Emmanuel K. Acheampong