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The University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has opened applications for the 2020/2021 academic year admissions. Vouchers are currently out at various outlets for purchase, including Ghana Post Offices and UEW Campuses Cash Office.

The university would be accepting applications into its Direct/Mature/Post-Diploma Full-Time Undergraduate Programmes, Distance Undergraduate & Postgraduate Programmes, Sandwich Undergraduate Programmes, Regular Post Graduate Programmes, and Sandwich Postgraduate Programmes.

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However, closing dates for submission of all application forms are as follows:

Direct Applicants: 15th July, 2020

Mature Applicants: 29th May 2020

Post-Diploma Applicants: 15th July, 2020

Meanwhile, click on the links below for more details on how to apply. Also, the second link gives you all the details you need to know about your admission, including the entry requirements and the available campuses for courses.

1. Click here: UEW 2020/2021 Admissions: How to Apply, Voucher prices and Entrance Examination dates.

2. Click here: UEW 2020/2021 admissions: Entry requirements and Campuses for various programmes.

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iChrishttps://www.ichrisgh.com
He is iChris, formally known as Anamoo Chris Emmanuel(ACE), an entertainment and lifestyle blogger, a social media influencer, and a promotions expert. He is Ghana's finest young celebrity blogger. iChris writes so that generations to come would appreciate the art of writing he 'excellented'.
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