Members of staff may recall that the Pro-Vice-Chancellor’s election which was scheduled for Friday, 14th June, 2019 had to be postponed indefinitely due to a court injunction.

Following the Court’s ruling today, 18th November, 2019, dismissing the application as unmeritorious, Management of UEW hereby wishes to inform the University Community of new arrangements for the Pro-Vice-Chancellor’s election.


The Birth of the Mystery Child

What would be your reaction if after struggling to keep your virginity for 'Mr. Right', you were told you are - by some mysterious means, going to have a first child which is not your husband's? And if you were that man who got to know your wife got pregnant by someone else before she got to your home, what would you do? Watch “The Birth of the Mystery Child” - as told from a different perspective! It’s time to rethink this famous tale!

The Birth of the Mystery Child, written and directed by Faustina Brew, is scheduled as follows:


Invitation to ITS Integrator 4.1 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System Training Workshop

The IT Services Directorate is pleased to invite The Finance Officer, The Deputy Registrar, Academic Affairs, all Deans and Heads of Department to the 2nd workshop on the ITS Integrator 4.1 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System. The focus of this workshop is to expose Student Records Office staff and Lecturers including Examination Officers to student assessment calculation criteria, class and examination timetabling, Lecturers iEnabler (online portals) and have an overview of the graduation process.

Please find attached file for detailed programme and workshop requirements


Observation of the 2019 African Universities Week

The Association of African Universities (AAU) is celebrating the 2019 African Universities Week from 11th to 15th November 2019 on the theme: "Towards a Peaceful and Secure Africa through Quality Higher Education".

The AAU is requesting Higher Education Institutions to plan and observe independent events on their respective campuses to mark the African Universities Week.

Deans/Directors/Heads of Departments/Section/Unit are kindly requested to plan and observe the AAU week with:


The King Must Dance Naked

After the coronation of Omajuwa as crowned King in Ogbodume, the land is plagued by famine, drought and diseases. The cause is attributed to the inability of the King to procreate. The cause of the King’s inability to produce an heir-apparent is not known until Mejebi appears.


Written by: Fred Agbeyegbe

Directed by: Dr. Ernest K. Amponsah, Samuel Arko Mensah and Godfred Asare Yeboah


Dates: 7th, 8th & 9th November, 2019.

Venue: Amu Theatre, Central Campus.

Time: 7 pm each night.

Rate: GHc5.00



Congratulatory Message from Alumni Relations Office to 2019 Graduands

The Office for Institutional Advancement in collaboration with the Alumni Relations Office wishes to congratulate all 2019 graduands on the successful completion of their programmes of study at the University of Education, Winneba. We specially welcome you into the membership of the UEW Alumni Association and would appreciate your active participation in alumni activities.


Orientation for Academic Counsellors

The Division of Human Resource in collaboration with the Counselling Centre is organising a one-day orientation programme for all Academic Counsellors in the University. The programme is aimed at equipping participants with counselling techniques and how to handle counselling processes in the discharge of their duties.

The programme is scheduled as follows:

Date: Wednesday, 23rd October, 2019

Venue: Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre

Time: 2:00pm