UEW Vice Chancellor Scholarship
UEW Vice Chancellor Scholarship,
Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF), 2016/2017 Academic Year
Applications are in invited from qualified persons to access the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) for the 2016/2017 academic year until 20th October, 2016. Download forms here
Completed applications should be submitted to Deans of Faculty who shall act as coordinators of the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF).
Eligibility Criteria for Applicants
To be eligible to receive the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) award, the applicant must meet the following criteria:
- Be a Ghanaian as defined by the Constitution of Ghana.
- Be a student of UEW.
- Be enrolled on a non-Full fee paying programme at the University.
- Must have a strong academic ability and have a financial need. That is, the applicant must produce evidence, with documentation, that he/she has a strong academic potential but is financially handicapped to pursue higher education in UEW.7
- Submit a completed Application Form for the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund award before the announced deadline for the submission of the Form.
- The applicant must not be on a similar scholarship.
- Comply with any other criteria set by the management board at the time of the award or disbursement.
Accessing the Scholarship
- The applicant confirms his/her eligibility for the scholarship.
- The applicant completes and submits the approved Scholarship Application Form together with certified copies of certificates and other supporting documents prior to the scholarship application deadline.
- The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) Coordinators (Deans) receive and register their respective applications, make copies, organise applications review at their respective Faculties/ Schools/Institutes and forward applications with their recommendations to the Division of Academic Affairs.
Value of the Scholarship
The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) shall provide the following types of scholarship benefits either in full or part:
- Approved University fees
- Feeding allowance at approved rates
- Accommodation allowance at approved rates
- Book allowance at approved rates
- Other living allowances at approved rates
Payment to Beneficiaries
University fees shall be paid directly to the University whilst other payments shall be made through the beneficiary’s bank account.
Continuity of Scholarship
The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) scholarship shall be awarded for one academic year. Renewal and continuation of awards shall be contingent upon maintaining good academic progress. Students must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.50 to qualify for renewal of the award.
Procedure for Renewal of Award
- The beneficiary student shall submit his/her progress report to the respective Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) Coordinator (Dean). The progress report must be submitted by the deadline to be determined by the management board for each category of beneficiaries.
- The Coordinator receives and registers all progress reports and forwards them to the scholarship committee with his/her recommendations by the deadline to be determined by the management. The Coordinator must consult the relevant Heads of Department/Study Centre Coordinators before giving his/her recommendations.
- The SC shall review the progress reports and submit their recommendations for the renewal of award of scholarships to the management board by the deadline to be determined by the management board.
- The management board shall meet to take decisions on the recommendations of the scholarship committee and communicate their decisions to the scholarship committee, Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) Coordinator (Dean) and the applicant by the deadline to be determined by the management board.
- The Fund Administrator shall arrange for the disbursement of the subsequent scholarship funding to the successful applicants.
The scholarships shall be awarded to students based on criteria that relate to the charitable purposes of the Fund, namely, the brilliant but financially disadvantaged students in the university. Based on this, all scholarships shall be awarded on an objective and non-discriminatory basis. In the selection of awardees for the scholarships, Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund (VCSF) shall not take into consideration the following:
- Applicant’s relationship to employees of the university
- Family members of applicant on Scholarship Committee and management Board
- Employees of the university
Termination of Scholarship
The scholarship of a beneficiary student may be terminated if the student:
- Abandons the course of study
- Defers the course of study without written approval from the management board
- Fails to maintain a GPA of 2.50
- Uses any part of the scholarship for non-approved purposes. Such recipients shall be made to refund the any grant fund used inappropriately
- Changes his/her course of study without a written approval from the MB
- Found to have provided false information at the time of application or at any point in time. Such a student shall be made to refund all monies paid to him or her from the Fund and also face all other sanctions provided in the University Statute, Students’ Handbook and other laws/ regulations in respect of false declaration and deceit of public officers
- Is rusticated or suspended for misconduct
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UEW VICE-CHANCELLOR’S SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Management Board of the UEW Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship Fund is pleased to announce to the University community that the Board, per the recommendations received from the Scholarship Committee has awarded scholarships to the under-listed students. The award is for the 2016/2017 academic year.
- Awardees on Winneba campus should pick their award letters at the Endowment & Trust Fund Management Unit of Treasury & Endowment Management Division, Main Administration Block, North Campus from 3rd February to 8th February 2017
- Awardees on Kumasi campus should pick their letters from the Office of the Campus Head of Finance Section on 14th and 15rdFebruary, 2017
- Awardees on Mampong campus should pick their letters from the Office of the Campus Head of Finance Section on 16th February 2017
LIST OF AWARDEES
|1||Lavoe Kingsford Kwaku||M||200||BA Social Studies|
|2||Dadzie Helena||F||200||BA Art Education|
|3||Asamoah Kyei Baffour||M||200||BA Art Education|
|4||Kumasi Senyo Quame||M||200||BA Economics Education|
|5||Gaffa Bernard||M||200||BA Economics Education|
|6||Nyaaba Dominic Adugbire||M||300||BA Economics Education|
|7||Akanwesige Charles||M||300||BA English Education|
|8||Dziwornu Daniel Kossi||M||300||BA French Education|
|9||Siekang Jacob Maayoyeru||M||300||BA French Education|
|10||Ilupeju Comfort Kafaya||F||200||BA French Education|
|11||Saabar Oswel||M||200||BA Geography Education|
|12||Dzameza Prosper||M||300||BA Geography Education|
|13||Anini Benedict||M||200||BA Geography Education|
|14||Nkuah Felicia Okumdom||F||200||BA Geography Education|
|15||Nsiah Simon||M||200||BA Graphics Design|
|16||Letsa Mensah Nyefia||M||100||BA Political Science Education|
|17||Koranteng Richard||M||300||BA Social Studies|
|18||Bashiru Abdul Karim||M||300||BA Social Studies|
|19||Akins Bass Adiza||F||300||BA Social Studies|
|20||Musah Mohammed Ekililu||M||100||BBA Accounting|
|21||Donkoh Micheal||M||200||BBA Accounting|
|22||Arhin Solomon Adawu||M||200||BBA Accounting|
|23||Appiah Mavis||F||100||BBA Accounting|
|24||Gelle Baabilekuu||M||200||BBA Accounting|
|25||Adegbedzi David Kwabla||M||200||BBA Accounting|
|26||Quartey Samuel||M||200||BBA Procurement|
|27||Egyir Baah Samuel||M||200||Bed Special Education|
|28||Korang Evans||M||300||BSc Health Admin & Educ|
|29||Moro Mariama||F||200||BSc ICT Education|
|30||Amoah Bismark||M||300||BSc Accounting Education|
|31||Kuuyuor Edward Somaah||M||200||BSc Accounting Education|
|32||Manu Emmanuel Amankwaah||M||300||BSc Accounting Education|
|33||Amoah Enock||M||100||BSc Accounting Education|
|34||Otchere James||M||100||BSc Accounting Education|
|35||Frikaatey Isaac||M||200||BSc Accounting Education|
|36||Ibrahim Ilyas||M||200||BSc Biological Science Edu|
|37||Silemah Bernard||M||300||BSc Biological Science Edu|
|38||Nyamekye Eric Tawiah||M||200||BSc Biology Education|
|39||Wussah Reuben Doe||M||200||BSc Biology Education|
|40||Amankwaah Beatrice||F||200||BSc Biology Education|
|41||Kpedaar Charles Ana-Ib||M||200||BSc Chemistry Education|
|42||Oduro Richard Eduful||M||200||BSc Chemistry Education|
|43||Buah Patrick||M||200||BSc Chemistry Education|
|44||Abubakar Hakeem Kasaabator||M||100||BSc Environ, Health & Sanitation|
|45||Amoah Thomas||M||300||BSc Health Admin & Edu|
|46||Frimpong Daniel Ohene Djan||M||100||BSc Info Tech Education|
|47||Frimpong Daniel||M||200||BSc Info Tech Education|
|48||Kubi Jeol||M||200||BSc Info Tech Education|
|49||Asante-Mensah Francis K.||M||200||BSc Info Tech Education|
|50||Okine Abigail Yaa||F||200||BSc Integrated Science Edu|
|51||Nyame Beatrice||F||200||BSc Integrated Science Edu|
|52||Acheampong Saraphina Afriyie||F||200||BSc Integrated Science Edu|
|53||Kumah Rhoda Cindy||F||200||BSc Management Education|
|54||Owusu Raphael||M||200||BSc Mathematics Education|
|55||Oppong Elizabeth Aning||F||200||BSc Management Education|
|56||Buntuoluu Bernard||M||200||BSc Management Education|
|57||Oduro Kobina||M||100||BSc Mathematics Education|
|58||Nunyou Daniel Aayel||M||300||BSc Mathematics Education|
|59||Donkoh Stella Odabi||F||200||BSc. Home Economics Educ.|
|60||Atipaka Grace Annabel||F||200||Dip in Sport Coaching|
Dr. Theophilus S. Ackorlie
NB: for further information, contact the schedule officer on 0208524485