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To promote independence of persons with disability through home-based rehabilitation in order to become serviceable in the society and to obtain a high degree of independence. Membership is opened to all students of UEW 

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IDeL Commits to Safe Reopening of Centres

The Management of the Institute for Distance Education and e-Learning (IDeL), University of Education, Winneba (UEW), has held a meeting with Heads of Host Institutions of all its Centres, to discuss and adopt comprehensive guidelines proposed by a sub-committee to regulate conduct for the resumption of tutorials amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The meeting was held at Wadoma Royale Hotel in Abuakwa, Kumasi.


UEW Student wins Highest GRASAG National Position

A final year Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Home Economics Education post-graduate student of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Ms. Heartwill Selasi Tamakloe has emerged the National President-Elect for Graduate Students’ Association of Ghana (GRASAG) at the just-ended 26th Annual National Delegates Congress. 

The Congress, held from 8-9th January, 2021, at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), saw the election of new GRASAG National Executives for 2021.  


Windy Bay Partners Feed the Sick Foundation to Feed Hundreds of Patients in Four Major Hospitals

Feed the Sick Foundation, a non-governmental organisation in partnership with Radio Windy Bay,UEW has put smiles on the faces of hundreds of patients in four major hospitals in Ghana. 

The project which is in its third year, saw patients from Trauma and Specialist Hospital, Winneba; Cape Coast Teaching Hospital, Koforidua Government Hospital and Korle- Bu Teaching Hospital, respectively benefitting from this year's donations.  


ITECPD Equips Lecturers on New B. Ed curriculum

A five-day workshop has been organised for lecturers of the Department of Basic and Early Childhood Education, under the Faculty of Educational Studies of the University of Education, Winneba, 

The workshop which took place at the Volta Hotel, Akosombo in the Eastern Region of Ghana, was to introduce the lecturers to the new Bachelor of Education (B. Ed) curriculum developed for basic schools in the country.


ULMEC Organises a Four-day UEW-LMS Training for Lecturers

The Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (ULMEC) of the University of Education, Winneba-Learning Management System (UEW-LMS) has held a four-day comprehensive LMS workshop and training for all Lecturers in the University. 

The workshop, which started on Monday, 4th and ended on Friday, 8th January, 2021, took place at all the three Winneba sites (Central, North and South campuses) of the University.  


Management of COLANG Pays Courtesy Call on Ajumakoman Traditional Council

Management of the College of Languages Education has paid a courtesy visit to the Ajumakoman Traditional Council.  

Speaking on the purpose of the visit, Acting College Registrar, Mr. Osei-Bediako Appau, indicated that following the appointment of a new Principal to the College, Professor Dominic Kweku Danso Mensah, he needed to be introduced to Nananom, on whose land the College is situated.


UEW's Amponsah Sets New National Record at Sekondi-Takoradi Marathon

William Amponsah, a 21-year-old student of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), has won the maiden edition of the Sekondi-Takoradi Marathon held on Boxing Day.

Amponsah, officially now holds the new record for 21km in Ghana having clocked a time of 1:02:51 to win the ultimate GHC 10,000 cash prize with some other goodies from sponsors.

Speaking to the media after setting the new national record, Amponsah was elated to have broken his previous personal best (1:04:38) to achieve this new milestone and hopes for a better future in his long-distance running career.


IDeL Organises a Four-Day Workshop for Coordinators and Administrators

The Institute for Distance Education and e-Learning (IDeL) of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), has organised a four-day intensive workshop for coordinators and administrators from its 45 centres across the country to enable it to take stock of the years activities and engage in a series of lined up training programmes in furtherance to its goals.

The workshop was held at Wadoma Royale Hotel in Abuakwa, Kumasi.


More Qualified Staff Employed to Support our Progressive Activities – Vice-Chancellor, UEW

The Vice-Chancellor, Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni has disclosed that the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) would employ more qualified staff to support its progressive activities.

He commended the Government of Ghana for granting the University financial clearance to recruit to strengthen its staff towards Management’s drive to building an academic centre of excellence in UEW.  


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