August 2016

Directorate of IT Services

ICT infrastructure is seen as one of the greatest enablers in modern society and has impacted and changed the world positively. The way teaching, administration and research functions are being carried out in universities has changed dramatically. The University of Education, Winneba’s Directorate of ICT Services is mandated with planning, managing and maintaining all ICT equipment and services to support the core mandate of the University.

Gender Mainstreaming Directorate


The Gender Mainstreaming Directorate was set in support of effort to promote gender equity at various levels of the educational arena in Ghana and to ensure that gender gains the need focus in various university activity.


The Gender Mainstreaming Directorate shall be recorgnized internationally as an icon in Gender Mainstreaming in higher education.


Division of Human Resources


Welcome to the Division of Human Resource at University of Education, Winneba. Whether you are a job applicant, new or existing employee, you will find helpful information at this web site. Our goal is to provide you with accurate, timely, and valuable information, services, and resources to help you in your jobs at UEW. Please select the category that best suits your interest to find information relating to employment, benefits, compensation, employee development & training, and a wide range of other services.

Intensive pre-academic orientation programme (IPOP) & matriculation for fresh undergraduate students

We wish to inform all successful applicants to the diploma, degree  and post diploma, Post graduate diploma , master of education programmes by Distance that, the date for the 2016/2017 Academic Year Orientation Programme for the Northern Sector Study Centres has been  rescheduled as follows:


Asante Mampong , Atebubu, Sunyani, Tamale ,Navrongo, Enchi, Kumasi Girls, Ejisu, Bechem, Techiman, Yendi, Wa ,Sefwi-Wiawso,  and Kumasi UEW

Venue:    Ceremonial Grounds UEW- Kumasi Campus


Report on workshop on the use of the ‘R’ econometrics software

Econs Workshop

The Department of Economics Education in collaboration with Department of Business Education organised a workshop  from August 8-12, 2016, on the use of econometric software called "R" at the computer laboratory of the Department of Economics Education at the Faculty Block (North Campus). "R" is an open source software downloadable from the Internet, It is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics.


Rotary Club and CHSS Offer Free Healthcare Services

The Centre for Hearing and Speech Services (CHSS) of the University of Education, Winneba partnered the Rotary Club of Accra to provide free eye and ear screening services to two communities in Gyaahadze near Winneba. The event which took place last Saturday 9th August, 2016, at the Methodist Rafiki Village, brought together over 100 inhabitants of the two communities in Gyaahadze including women, men and children of all ages and stages of life. A team of medical practitioners from the Audiology department of the University of Education, Winneba led by Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar Dr.


Hall Managers Present Wall Clock to Senior Members in the Offices of the Registrar

The Hall Managers of the University of Education, Winneba, Winneba Campus have presented a Wall Clock to Senior Members in the Offices of the Registrar to be fixed at the Registrar’s Conference Room at the Pecku Building Annex, North Campus.

The presentation was made at a meeting held on Tuesday 9th August, 2016 at the Registrar’s Conference Room.

Presenting the Clock on behalf of the Hall Managers were the Hall Manageress for Ghartey Hall, Mrs. Haggah Bampoh-Addo and the Hall Manager for Simpa Hall, Mr. Foster Amoani.

Source: Media Relations office


Professor Florence Dolphyne Donates Accordion to UEW

The University of Education, Winneba has received an Accordion Musical Instrument from Professor Florence Dolphyne of the University of Ghana, Legon on Wednesday, August 10, 2016.

In a statement, Prof. Dolphyne remarked that the musical instrument belonged to her late father and she deemed it appropriate to send it to a place where it would be put to good use and this informed her decision to make the presentation to the University of Education, Winneba.




The College for Distance and e-Learning is the extension wing of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) responsible for distance education programmes. It is also responsible for providing opportunities for student teachers to experience holistic and quality school based teaching experiences as well as providing opportunities for continuing professional development of staff of UEW and professionals from other tertiary and non - tertiary educational institutions.


Our approach to history has been conceptualized to be more analytic and more thematic.  We realize that very few (if any) employers want someone who can recite the factors that led to a particular historical event.  Rather, employers in schools and elsewhere are looking for someone who can: