2014/2015 Admission Notice
Applications are invited from qualified applicants for admission into the various programmes at University of Education, Winneba for the 2014/2015 academic year.
Closing date for sale of forms:
Mature Applicant: reviewed from February 14, 2014 to 21st February 2014
Direct Applicant : March 28, 2014
** Graduate Applicant : March 28, 2014
Cost of Application Forms
Undergraduate - GH¢100 || Post-Graduate - GH¢150 || International Applicants - US$50
Minimum University Entry Requirements for Undergraduate Programmes
The basic requirements to be satisfied to qualify for entry into the University. These requirements are to be met in addition to the other programme-specific requirements
1.1.1 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SHS) CERTIFICATE HOLDERS.
i. Must have at least, six (6) WASSCE Credits including three (3) CoreSubjects: English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science,as well as three (3) Electives in relevant subjects with the total aggregate of 36 or better
ii. Must also satisfy Special Programme requirement(s) for programme(s) chosen.
1.1.2 ADVANCED BUSINESS CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION
Passes in three (3) subjects (at least, one of the passes should be
Grade D or better). also the applicant must have had credit
passes in five (5) subjects including English Language,
Mathematics, Integrated Science or Social Studies in the General
Business Certificate Examination (GBCE).
1.1.3 MATURE APPLICANTS
i. Must be at least 25 years by August 1 of the academic year one wants to enrol.
ii. Should have a Senior High School Certificate or its equivalent.
DBS and Certificate Holders should apply as mature applicant.
iii. Must pass the UEW Entrance Examination.
1.1.4 DISTANCE EDUCATION APPLICANTS
These programmes can be pursued through the Distance Education
Module. They are: B.Sc. Automotive Technology, Mechanical
Technology, Wood Technology, Construction Technology, Electricals
or Electronics Technology, Fashion and Textile Design Technology
as well as Catering and Hospitality Technology Education.
i. Four (4) G.C.E. O’ Level Credits or Three (3) SHSCE Credits in
English Language, Mathematics and Integrated Science.
ii. One of the following qualifications:
Automotive Technolgy - Motor Vehicle Technician III (MVT III)
Mechanical Technology- Mechanical Engineering Technician III
Wood Technology- Advance Furniture Design and
Construction/Advance Carpentry and Joinery
Construction Technology - Construction Technician Certificate II or
Electricals/Electronics Technology - Electrical Technician
Fashion and Textile Design Technology - Advanced Fashion
Catering and Hospitality Technology - Advanced Cookery Certificate
iii. Must pass UEW Entrance Examination
1.1.5 DIPLOMA HOLDERS
i. Must possess a Higher National Diploma or its equivalence from
previous field or area of study.
ii. Full-Time applicants must pass an interview.
1.1.6 SCHOOL CERTIFICATE/GCE HOLDERS
Five (5) credits at GCE "O" Level, including English Language and
Mathematics as well as two (2) "A" Level passes other than General
Paper in relevant subjects.
1.2.0 DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES
1.2.1 2-YEAR DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES
i A Distinction or Credit in an acredited certificate programme
ii Five SHS Credits including English Language and
iii People with higher qualifications can apply
1.2.2 1-YEAR DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES
i Certificate from a recognised institution
ii People with higher qualifications can apply
1.2.3 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES
I At least Credit in SHS Mathematics and English Language
Definition of Terms
A session refers to the period of studies. For example, the Full Time and Evening Sessions begin in August and end in December to complete a semester. Sandwich sessions begin in June and end in August to finish the first semester. Full-Time Students attend lectures from about 7.30 am to about 7:30 pm and Evening lectures start around 3:00pm to around 7:30pm weekly. The Saturday lectures for Evening Students start around 8:00am to 12:00 noon.
Direct Applicants are applicants to be selected on the strength of their Senior High School results. Direct Applicants usually do not write the Entrance Examinations except for programmes whose entry requirements so demand.
Mature Applicants are those required to pass the University’s Entrance Examinations before selection. They cannot obtain admission directly with their school certificates unless they pass the UEW Entrance Examinations.
Post Diploma Applicants
Post Diploma Applicants are applicants who have Diplomas or Higher Certificates. They seek admission into their previous areas or fields of study. Post Diploma Applicants often go through interviews before selection.
SAT- Subject Area Test
GAT- General Aptitude test
SPED -Special Education
Only successful applicants receive admission letters. Full-Time and Part-Time applicants usually get their letters in June/July and Sandwich applicants receive theirs in April/May
2014 Entrance Examination
2014 Entrance Timetable;
Subject Area Test (SAT) for Special Education (SPED) candidates only: 20/03/14 @ 3.00-5.00 pm
SAT for all mature candidates plus SPED candidates: 21/03/14 @8.00am- 5.00pm
Interviews for Post-Diploma and other candidates slated for practical selection test: 21/03/[email protected] 8.00am-5.00pm
GAT for all mature candidates: 22/03/[email protected] am
This is where the online application will take place http://sip.uew.edu.gh:10088/gha_adm/public/applications/70