What we stand for...

1. To sensitise the people on the importance of education and to promote quality education in the Sefwi area in particular and Ghana  as a whole.

2. To see to the general welfare of its members.

3.To foster unity and friendship among members.

4. To Promote a good relationpship between our branon and other branches of the union.

Our Events

UEW Hosts 2023 German Studies Institutions Partnership Workshop

In a celebration of international collaboration and academic exchange, the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) played host to the prestigious German Studies Institutions Partnership (GIP) workshop from Monday, 20th to Friday, 24th November 2023, at the Student Centre, North Campus, UEW.

Sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the weeklong event brought together scholars, students, and experts from diverse backgrounds to explore the intersections of interculturality, multilingualism, crisis communication, and curriculum development.


UEW Scholars Triumph in Global Innovation Contest

In a triumphant moment for the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Mrs. Nelly Adjoa Sakyi-Hagan, and Dr. (Mrs.) Charity Esenam Anor, scholars from the Department of Integrated Science Education, have emerged victorious in the prestigious "Laissez-Passer of the Erasmus Generation" contest.

Their ground-breaking project, "Empowering Girls through Menstrual Hygiene Awareness," captivated the audience at the finals held during the "Higher Education European Networking Summit," in Milan.


We Have Made Major Strides in Resolving Student Portal Issue – UEW Vice-Chancellor

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Prof. Stephen Jobson Mitchual, has unveiled his administration's dedicated efforts to address nearly 98% of student portal issues, ensuring a seamless academic experience at the institution.

Prof. Mitchual credited his predecessor, Prof. Mawutor Avoke, for initiating the resolution process, a mission he continued upon assuming office. This commitment resulted in the publication of approximately 98% of last semester's examination results.


Prof. Mitchual Shares His Vision for Research at UEW

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Prof. Stephen Jobson Mitchual, has unveiled an ambitious vision to position UEW as a global leader in research, with a commitment to generating high-quality evidence that informs national and international education policies.

Speaking at a day's research colloquium organised by the Institute for Educational Research and Innovation Studies (IERIS), Prof. Mitchual outlined key strategies to elevate UEW's research legacy.


UEW Researchers Unveil Findings from Solid Waste Source Separation and Compost Project

A dedicated team of researchers from the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) recently organised a crucial equity and inclusion workshop at the Airport View Hotel in Accra.

The workshop convened on Monday, 13th November, 2023, sought to divulge the findings of their innovative project titled "Communication & Community Engagement Strategy and Equity & Inclusion Studies for a Community-Based Municipal Solid Waste."


UEW-FABSE Empowers Staff Through Insightful Staff Development Workshop

The Faculty of Applied Behavioural Sciences in Education (FABSE) at the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), took a proactive step towards enhancing its staff's professional development by organising a comprehensive staff development workshop.

The event, held on Wednesday, 8th November, 2023, at the Student Centre, North Campus, UEW, Winneba, focused on enlightening staff about fundamental conditions of service and efficient document management practices at both departmental and faculty levels.


UEW's FABSE and SELLL Join Forces in Empowering Academic Counsellors

In a collaborative effort to enhance the quality of academic counselling at the University of Education Winneba (UEW), the Faculty of Applied Behavioural Sciences in Education (FABSE) and the School of Education and Life-Long Learning (SELLL), have organised a joint workshop on staff development for Academic Counsellors in their respective outfits.

The workshop, held on Thursday, November 9, 2023, at the Student Centre, North Campus, Winneba, aimed to educate and reorient both new and seasoned Academic Counsellors on the fundamentals and significance of academic counselling.


COLANG-UEW and UCN Delegation Engage in Productive Talks on Collaborative Initiatives

The College of Languages Education (COLANG) of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), and the visiting delegation from the University College of Northern Denmark (UCN) have had fruitful discussions to strengthen collaborative efforts in education.

Prof. Dominic Kwaku Danso Mensah, the Principal of the College, expressed satisfaction with the ongoing collaboration, recounting his previous attempt to visit UCN. He acknowledged the positive experiences of UEW students in Denmark and welcomed the delegation to explore further opportunities.


UEW's Department of Educational Foundations Pioneers Collaborative Ventures with NaCCA

A delegation from the Department of Educational Foundations (DEF) at the School of Education and Life-Long Learning (SELLL), University of Education Winneba (UEW), in a significant stride towards enhancing educational practices and research in Ghana, has visited the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NaCCA).


Patron (s)

Dr. Emmanuel Carsamer

Mr. Ben Forson

Dr. Adwoa Afriyie