One of Ghana’s most prominent universities is without a doubt the University of Education – Winneba (UEW). The prestigious tertiary institution uses an online approach to serve the absurdly large number of students thanks to technological improvements.
You can use the platform for free if you are a current student at the school. The STUDENT PORTAL is how students address it. In this article, we’ll examine how to access the University of Education – Winneba (UEW) student platform.
UEW Student Portal
As was previously said, the University of Education – Winneba (UEW) student portal was developed as a tool to improve life for UEW students. The platform offers some overly sensational features and in addition, it is also very simple to use.
What you can do on the UEW student portal?
Being a student is the first prerequisite because it has already been established that you can only use the UEW student portal while you are a student. You will require the following in order to access the UEW student portal after enrolling as a student:
- Your student username
- Your student password
How to log in to the UEW student portal?
The University of Education – Winneba (UEW) student platform just requires a little period of time for registration. To sign in to the UEW student portal, follow these steps:
- Visit the URL, https://www.uew.edu.gh/user/login
- When it opens, proceed to enter your student username and student password
- Once it opens, hit the Login button to log in
What to do when you forget your password?
Don’t panic if you misplace your UEW student password. Click the “Request New Password” tab on the login screen. When you click it, you must provide your student username or email address. Follow the proceeding directions in order to change or reset your password.
If you were unable to change your password for any other reason, contact the school’s IT department for assistance.
The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) was founded in September 1992 as a University College. The University College of Education of Winneba was given the status of a complete university on May 14, 2004, thanks to the enactment of the University of Education Act, Act 672.
Seven colleges that grant diplomas but are located in several towns were consolidated under the University College of Education of Winneba.
These colleges included the National Academy of Music, School of Ghana Languages, College of Special Education, Akwapim-Mampong, Advanced Technical Training College, Kumasi, and St. Andrews Agricultural Training College, Mampong-Ashanti.
The Advanced Teacher Training College, Specialist Training College, and National Academy of Music were all located in Winneba.
The Vice-office Chancellor’s is located at the three locations in Winneba presently known as the Winneba campus, with a satellite campus in Ajumako.