UEW Successfully Holds First-Ever Virtual Graduation

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Unlike other Universities, the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has successfully held a virtual congregation to honour their Graduands for the hard work they’ve invested. During this Corona period, a virtual concert is a new deal and the University has taken it chances

The ceremony which was the first of its kind blew people’s mind with colourful stage setup, powerful lighting systems, innovative artworks and excellent deployment of technology under the direction of the planning committee.

The two-day ceremony graduated a total of 12,716 students. Out of the total figure, 935 students representing 7% would be awarded Diplomas, 10,195 students representing 80% would be awarded First Degrees while 1,586 students representing 13% would be awarded various Postgraduate Degrees. Overall, male graduands constitute 8,531 representing 67% while the females make up 4,185 representing 33%.

On 10th September 2020, being the first day of the 25th Congregation, a total of 8,029 students from Faculties of Educational Studies, Foreign Languages Education and Communication, Ghanaian Languages Education, Science Education, Social Science Education and Schools of Business Education, Creative Arts and Graduate Studies were presented with Diploma, First Degrees and Postgraduate Degrees
11th September 2020, a total of 4,761 students would receive First Degrees and various Postgraduate Degrees from the Faculties of Agriculture Education, Science and Environment Education, Education and Communication Sciences, Business Education, Technical Education and Vocational Education from the Kumasi and Asante-Mampong Campuses

The Vice-Chancellor, Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Afful-Broni urged graduands to serve with honesty, dedication, passion and patriotism wherever they find themselves and live true to the University’s motto: Education for Service as they proceed from UEW to work in the teaching and other fields across societies in the world.
The Chairman of the UEW Governing Council, Prof. Obeng Mireku appealed to Government to support UEW realise its intent to build a modern Library Complex to provide learning support and research among students and faculty.

“This would be the best support for the expanded access for university education for all qualified Ghanaian students. We would be most grateful if the Government could build this Library for us. The University of Education, Winneba undoubtedly continues to remain focused on its mandate to be the leading teacher training University in Ghana and beyond

Source: kuulpeeps.com

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