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UEW Vice Chancellor

UEW Vice Chancellor,

Professor Mawutor Avoke, Dean of Graduate Studies, has been appointed as the new Vice-Chancellor (V.C) of the University of Education Winneba (UEW).

This is contained in a press statement issued from the Office of the Registrar of the University, and signed by Dr. Christopher Akwaa-Mensah, Registrar, and Secretary to the Governing Council of the University, and copied the Ghana News Agency.

The statement indicated that the appointment of Prof. Avoke, immediate past Pro. Vice Chancellor of UEW, took place at a special meeting of the Council held at Winneba on July 30.

The statement indicated that Prof. Avoke’s new appointment takes effect from October 1, when he would take over from Prof. Akwasi Asabere Ameyaw, the current V.C, whose tenure of office ends on September 30.

The Council also appointed Mr. Viscount Buernortey Buer as the new Librarian for UEW, and his appointment takes effect from October 1, the statement added.

University of Education, Winneba

University of Education, Winneba
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Arms of the University of Education, Winneba
Motto Education for Service
Type Public
Established 1992
Chairman Okofo Amoako-Bondam
Chancellor Alhaji Asoma Banda
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Mawutor Avoke
Students Over 40,000
Location WinnebaCentral Region, Ghana
Campus Urban area / Suburban area
(Winneba, Kumasi, Mampong, Ajumako)

Scarlet, White and Ultramarine

Website www.uew.edu

The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) is a University in Winneba, Central Region of Ghana. Its main aim is to train teachers for the education system of Ghana. The University of Education, Winneba is charged with the responsibility of teacher education and producing professional educators to spearhead a new national vision of education aimed at redirecting Ghana’s efforts along the path of rapid economic and social development. The University of Education, Winneba is expected to play a leading role in Ghana’s drive to produce scholars whose knowledge would be fully responsive to the realities and exigencies of contemporary Ghana.