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School of Creative Arts to introduce New Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes

The School of Creative Arts, one of the fastest growing Faculties of the University of Education, Winneba is poised to introduce new demand-driven and job-oriented undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The innovative programmes are designed to equip learners with self-employable skills so that they can set up their own jobs after completion.

GRASAG-UEW Elected Executives for 2018/2019 Academic Year Sworn in

The University of Education, Winneba Chapter of Graduate Students’ Association of Ghana (GRASAG-UEW) on Friday, 31st August, 2018 swore in its elected executives for the 2018/2019 academic year at the Registrar’s Conference Room, North Campus, Winneba.

The Ceremony, chaired by the Registrar, Surv. Paul Osei-Barima Esq. on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor meant to legally dissolve the tenure of office of executives for the 2017/2018 academic year and usher into office executives for the 2018/2019 academic year.

UEW is a Dream Place to be – Fresh Students of 2018/2019 Academic Year

Fresh students for the 2018/2019 academic year have expressed their delight to be students of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) and touted it as a dream school to be.

The fresh students who arrived officially on Saturday, 1st September, 2018 are undergoing an Intensive Pre-academic Orientation which started on Monday, 3rd and is expected to end on Wednesday, 12th September, 2018.  

“We are very Poised to Work with Ghana Police” – Vice-Chancellor

The Vice-Chancellor, Very Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni has said that the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) is very poised to work with Ghana Police Command and Staff College (GPCSC).

Not too long ago, a team from the Faculty of Social Sciences Education paid a courtesy visit to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to seek the possibility of establishing collaboration between the Centre for Conflicts, Human Rights and Peace Studies (CHRAPS) and the Ghana Police Service.

Distance Education not for Academically Weak or Desperate People – Prof. Francis Owusu-Mensah

Fresh Undergraduate, Postgraduate and International Distance Education students from the Southern Sector (Zone 1) have undergone a day’s Intensive Pre-Academic Orientation Programme at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre. The event, which took place on Saturday, 1st September, 2018 was organised by the Institute for Distance and e-Learning.

Let’s Embrace ‘Working Collaboratively’ to Achieve Results – Registrar

The Registrar, Surv. Paul Osei-Barima Esq. has urged Academic Heads to embrace working collaboratively in the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) to achieve the vision and mission of the University. 

He said to ensure  effectiveness in working collaboratively in UEW, one must have adequate knowledge of the policies, regulations and rules of UEW; the Act establishing UEW, Act 672; the Statutes of UEW; decisions of the Governing Council, Finance Committee, Academic Board as well as Appointments and Promotions Board.

UEW Academic Heads Urged to Collaboratively Exhibit Effective Leadership Skills

Academic Heads of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) have been urged to collaborate and exhibit effective leadership skills that will have positive impact on the University.

UEW is the most populated University in Ghana and certainly one of the most effective Universities in the sub-region. Therefore, to advance in its successes, Management held an orientation for Deans, Directors and Heads of Department to share ideas and explore new and better ways of working within the institution.

“UEW has many Great Features to Offer Ghana” – Ag. Vice-Chancellor

The Ag. Vice-Chancellor, Very Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni has said that the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has many great features to offer Ghana and beyond in spite of its challenges.

He pointed out that stiff competition from tertiary institutions running programmes in Education, Business, Technical/Vocational Education; dwindling Government subventions, inadequate qualified and experienced academic and administrative staff; exorbitant staff development programmes and others were key challenges facing UEW.