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  1. Avoid being glued to your mobile phones and other gadgets such that your attention is entirely taken away from other important things happening around you.

       2. Never walk alone at night and at obscure places. Ensure that you are always in groups.

       3. Make sure you become familiar with campus landmarks and streets to enable you navigate your way around campus.

       4. Always have emergency contacts on you or on your device and if you carry your planner, list your important emergency contact               numbers and information on it.



As part of its annual academic programmes, the Management of the University of Education, Winneba has organized an Intensive Pre-academic Orientation (IPOP) for all fresh students of the University at the Jophus Anamuah-Mensah Conference Centre, North Campus.

The Acting Vice-Chancellor, Rev. Fr. Professor Anthony Afful-Broni, welcomed the new students and congratulated them for making the best choice by coming to the number one Teacher Education University in Ghana and the West Africa (UEW) sub-region.


The Role of the Library in Academia: UEW Educates Freshmen

The University of Education, Winneba has held a library orientation for the fresh students of the 2017/18 academic year at the Osagyefo Library located at the South Campus on Wednesday, 6th September, 2017.

The programme was to enlighten students on the role of the library in academic success and the usage of library facilities and services. Various personnel from the library were present at the occasion to share their knowledge and expertise on how students can effectively use the library.


Beware of Campus Relationships’ - Prof. Ofosu-Kusi Cautions Freshmen


The Dean of the Faculty of Social Science Education, Prof. Yaw Ofosu-Kusi has advised level 100 students to be careful about campus relationships so they fall in love with responsible person(s) and not a deviant who will leave them broken hearted.

He noted that Universities were important places where some people met their lifetime partners. A good proportion of people met their spouses at the University. He however, admonished them to be careful and never take things for granted.


Prof. James K. Kagya-Agyemang appointed Principal of College of Agriculture Education, Mampong Ashanti

At its meeting held on 16th August 2017, the Governing Council of the University of Education, Winneba considered the report of the Appointments and Promotions Board presented by the Ag. Vice-Chancellor and endorsed the appointment of Prof. James K. Kagya-Agyemang as the Principal of the College of Agriculture Education, Mampong Ashanti.

Promotions of the following staff of the University were also endorsed:



Department of Music Education Holds Retreat to Appraise its Activities

The Department of Music Education has organised a 3-day retreat for all teaching staff of the department. The retreat which was scheduled from 16th August, 2017 to 19th August, 2017 at Birdrock hotel in the Central Region was meant to develop and review the undergraduate programme, ensure staff development and faction out ways of expanding post-graduate programmes and also review existing ones.


UEW Staff re-elected to the International Board of Amnesty International

Dr. Vincent Adzahlie-Mensah was re-elected at the 33rd International Council Meeting (ICM) to serve as a member of the International Board of Amnesty International from August 2017 until 2021. 

The ICM was attended by representatives from over 70 countries in the world. The election was held at the Marriot Rome Park Hotel, Italy on the 14 of August, 2017.

Vincent was previously elected to the Board in August 2013 and remained there until his re-election. Congratulations! Go and make UEW, Ghana and indeed the World Proud!


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