Press Statement on comments made by Ex-President J. J. Rawlings on University of Education, Winneba

The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has noted with utter dismay and shock comments by ex-President of the Republic of Ghana, Ft. Lt. Jerry John Rawlings during his address on the 38th Anniversary of 31st December Revolution at Winneba on what he deemed as social injustice and violation of human rights at our University. The University deems the comments as unfortunate and a complete distortion of facts arising out of misinformation and/or a loss of touch with the developments at UEW over the last two years. 


2019 End of Year Message by the Vice-Chancellor to the Members of the University Community

Colleague Lecturers, Staff, Students, Members of the University community, Season's Greetings to you all.  I know you are looking forward to the coming Christmas and the rest of the holidays that lie ahead of us. It is also that time of the year when you take some rest, spend time with your family, friends and loved ones and, as well make merry, because another Christmas is here again.


Call for Contributions: Edited Book - Education in Ghana: History, Policy and the Future

The Department of History Education, University of Education, Winneba is inviting contributions from interested researchers and academics to an edited volume provisionally titled "Education in Ghana: History, Policy and the Future". The book is scheduled to be published in late 2020 or early 2021. The book will be co-edited by: 

1. Dr Akwasi K. Amoako-Gyampah (Department of History Education, UEW /Senior Research Associate, University of Johannesburg).


International Conference on Human Rights and Social Justice

The Institute for the Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS), University of Education, Winneba (UEW), in collaboration with the Centre for Human Rights and Peace Studies (CHRAPS), the Mountcrest University College, Accra and the Centre for Integrative Anti-Racism Studies (CIARS), OISE, University of Toronto Canada, continues with the second session of the International Conference on Human Rights and Social Justice as follows: 

Theme: Rethinking African Education

Date: December 19 - 20, 2019


Payment of Full Fees

End of Semester Examinations are scheduled to take place from 9th - 22nd December, 2019. Management has taken note that a number of fresh and continuing students are owing fees. We wish to inform all students that entry in Examination Halls will be subject to payment of FULL FEES.

For all Continuing students, seventy percent (70%) of fees should be paid before they are allowed into examination halls.

All students are reminded to ensure that they have settled all outstanding school fees before the End of Semester Examinations commence.