Announcement

Opening Soon | NHIS Satellite Office at Pecku Building

The University community is kindly informed that the NHIS Office in Winneba will this week be opening a Satellite Office at the North Campus, N. K. Pecku Building, Room 007.

This is part of UEW Management’s quest to improve upon delivery of services to members of staff in the University.

Services to be delivered to members of staff will include acquisition and renewal of NHIS Cards.

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Staff Vacancies

The University of Education, Winneba announces for the information of the Academic Community and the General Public vacancies for the following:

PRINCIPAL, COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION, KUMASI

THE POSITION

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Notification of Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship Awards

The Management Board of the UEW Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund is pleased to announce to the University community that per the recommendations received from the Scholarship Committee, the Board has:

1. Awarded fresh scholarships to students who applied for the 2017/2018 academic year.

Please download the list of students and schedule for disbursement from the attachment below OR Click Here

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Call for Application - PhD candidates for 3-4 month fellowship tenable at University of Jyvaskyla, Finland

Applications are invited from qualified Ph. D candidates for three to four-month fellowship tenable at the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland.

1. Eligibility

Applicant must:

  • Be academic staff of UEW and must have been confirmed
  • Be on a doctoral programme in UEW in any area relating to Education
  • Have completed at least the second year by June, 2019
  • Have successfully gone through proposal defense.

2. Application

Applicants would be required to submit a research resume of up to four (4) pages, stating:

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PRESS RELEASE – African Centers of Excellence converge in Djibouti from 18th to 27th February 2019

African Centers of Excellence converge in Djibouti from 18th to 27th February 2019 to strengthen research, development programmes and innovations Djibouti, 14 February 2019. The first Africa Higher Education Centers of Excellence (ACE I) project was launched in Western and Central Africa by the World Bank in 2014 to support higher education sectors specializing in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), agriculture and health. In 2016, the second ACE project (ACE II) was launched in Eastern and Southern Africa.

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