UEW admission forms, procedure, contacts and fees 2024/2025

UEW admission forms, procedure, contacts and fees 2024/2025

The University of Education Winneba (UEW) is a university situated in Winneba in Central Ghana. The institution was established in 1992 by a government ordinance. It has released knowledgeable and skilled graduates into the market. Prospective students should find out more about the UEW admission forms soonest forms to make their dreams a reality.

The UEW logo and students of the institution attending a conference
The UEW logo and students of the institution attending a conference. Photo: @University of Education, Winneba (modified by author)
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Did you know UEW admission forms are available online? The University of Education (UEW) has digitised its processes to keep up with the current trends. Prospective and ongoing students can access all important information online.

UEW admission forms: all you should know

On 14 May 2004, the University of Education Act (2004) Act 672 was enacted to upgrade the status of the University College of Education of Winneba to the status of a full University. The institution is among the leading institutions in Ghana. Find out more about the admission forms below.

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Where to get UEW admission forms

Prospective students can access admission forms from the UEW admission portal. The university offers academic programmes in various modes, including full-time and distance learning. Follow the steps below to access the forms.

  • Visit the university website on an internet-enabled device.
  • Click Apply Online to be redirected to the application portal, commonly known as the UEW admission checker portal.
  • Choose the mode you wish to study.
UEW admission portal
The UEW admission portal homepage. Photo: uew.edu.gh
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  • Once you have decided on your entry mode, it is time to buy your application form. You can buy the form. You can buy it online through MTN, VodaCash and AirtelTigo mobile money platforms. Use the shortcode *887*9# to buy a form on all mobile networks in Ghana. You can also purchase a voucher from GCB Bank, ADB Bank, Republic Bank, Zenith Bank, Prudential Bank, or Access Bank. The UEW forms price is GH¢255.
  • Once you have your PIN, click Apply Now on the university's website.

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UEW voucher verification page
UEW voucher verification page. Photo: uew.edu.gh
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  • Where you have a Serial and a PIN, enter them as required to access the application form.
  • Once you access the form, enter your personal details, educational history, qualifications, and your programme choice.
  • Next, attach your supporting documents. Proofread the information provided.
  • Submit the application form.
  • Once you submit the required details, you will receive an email notification in your email and a text message confirming the same.
  • Wait for feedback from the university.

Faculties and departments

The University of Education (UEW) offers over a hundred academic programmes in the faculties and departments listed below.

Faculty of Social Sciences Education

  • Centre For African Studies
  • Centre For Conflict, Human Rights and Peace Studies
  • Department of Economics Education
  • Department of Geography Education
  • Department of History Education
  • Department of Political Science Education
  • Department of Social Studies Education

School of Business

  • Department of Accounting
  • Department of Applied Finance and Policy Management
  • Department of Management Sciences
  • Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship
  • Department of Procurement and Supply Chain Management

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Faculty of Science Education

  • Department of Agricultural Science Education and Environmental Science
  • Department of Biology Education
  • Department of Chemistry Education
  • Department of Environmental Science Education
  • Department of Information and Communication Technology
  • Department of Integrated Science Education
  • Department of Mathematics Education
  • Department of Physics Education
A female student in a hijab holding a pen and notebook on a grey sofa
A female student in a hijab holding a pen and notebook on a grey sofa. Photo: pexels.com, @Monstera Production
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Faculty of Applied Behavioural Sciences in Education

  • Department of Counselling Psychology
  • Department of Early Grade Education
  • Department of Special Education

School of Communication and Media Studies

  • Department of Communication Instruction
  • Department of Development Communication
  • Department of Journalism and Media Studies
  • Department of Strategic Communication

Faculty of Health, Allied Sciences and Home Economics Education

  • Department of Clothing and Textiles Education
  • Department of Environmental Health and Sanitation Education
  • Department of Family Life Management Education
  • Department of Food and Nutrition Education
  • Department of Health Administration Education
  • Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Sports
  • Department of Integrated Home Economics Education

School of Education and Lifelong Learning

  • Department of Basic Education
  • Department of Educational Foundations
  • Department of Educational Management and Administration Education

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School of Creative Arts

  • Department of Art Education
  • Department of Graphic Design
  • Department of Music Education
  • Department of Textiles Education
  • Department of Theatre Arts

Faculty of Foreign Languages Education

  • Department of Applied Linguistics
  • Department of English Education
  • Department of French Education

Faculty of Ghanaian Languages Education

  • Department of Akan-Nzema Education
  • Department of Ewe Education
  • Department of Ga-Dangme Education
  • Department of Gur-Gonja Education

Closing date for UEW forms

The closing date for the submission of UEW forms for the 2024/2025 academic year has been scheduled between 31 July and 31 August 2024.

Prospective students are encouraged to submit their applications before the deadline. Note that the admission portal is only open for applications at intervals. The portal is currently not accepting applications but is scheduled to be opened in July 2024.

A young man using a tablet to study
A young man in a yellow tee is using a tablet to study. Photo: pexels.com, @Julia M Cameron
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UEW fees vary depending on the programme and level of study you wish to pursue. All successful applicants receive their fee structure before the admission date. Ongoing students also receive their fee structures before the beginning of a new semester.

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If you need to contact the institution for more details, use the contact details listed below.

  • Winneba campus: P. O. Box 25, Winneba, Ghana
  • Winneba campus reception: (03323) 22139 / 22140
  • Winneba campus WhatsApp numbers: 0505195241/0506476225
  • Email: admissions@uew.edu.gh
  • Ajumako College of Languages Education: P. O. Box 72, Ajumako, Ghana
  • Ajumako College Reception: (03321) 93774
  • Ajumako College WhatsApp numbers: 0500823768/ 0500823769
  • Facebook: @University of Education, Winneba

Are UEW forms still available?

The forms are still available. However, the application portal is closed at the moment and is scheduled to be opened in July 2024.

How can you apply for UEW admission online?

To submit your application, visit the university website and click Apply Now on the homepage. Follow the prompts to submit your forms.

UEW admission forms are available online for prospective students. The forms attract a non-refundable fee. If you wish to pursue a course in this institution, you are advised to complete the forms as soon as the portal is opened for new admissions.

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Yen.com.gh recently published a list of the best STEM schools in Ghana and their locations. The global demand for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education has increased significantly recently.

Ghana is one of the African countries that have recognised the importance of encouraging innovation and excellence in STEM sectors. As a result, various institutions nationwide have emerged as leaders in providing high-quality STEM education.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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