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How to Apply For UEW Undergraduate Awaiting Admission

The University of Education, Winneba says applications for 2021/22 academic year UEW admission are still available for the public and those who sat for the 2021 WASSCE and are waiting for their results (awaiting results candidates).

“The general public, particularly those who sat for the 2021 WASSCE and are awaiting their results are informed that the applications are still being invited for the 2021/2022 academic year,” UEW said in a post sighted by EducationWeb.

How to apply for UEW admission as awaiting results candidate

  1. Obtain an Application Voucher from any of the following Banks/Sources:
    • All UEW Revenue Points
    • Ghana Post
    • GCB Bank Ltd
    • IT Consortium (Mobile Money Sales)
    • Zenith Bank Gh Ltd
    • Consolidated Bank Gh Ltd
    • Prudential Bank
    • Republic Bank Gh Ltd
    • Agricultural Development Bank
    • Ecobank Ghana Ltd
    • Stanbic Bank Gh Ltd
    • First Atlantic Bank Ltd

2. Visit the University’s website at https://uew.edu.gh and click on Admissions.

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3. Scroll down and click Apply Online.

4. Select Group I if you are a fresh applicant. If you applied last year or previous years, kindly select Group 2 and enter your Student Number as well as your 5-digit number or PIN Number.

The West African Examinations Council says if too many errors are not detected in the marking of the 2021 WASSCE for School scripts, candidates results will be released 45 days after the conduct of the last paper of the examination.

A WAEC official Monday told EducationWeb.com.gh his outfit has put measures in place to drastically reduce the waiting days for the release of the WASSCE results to at least 45 days instead of the long usual 60 to 90 days.

“WAEC corrects all errors detected in the marking of the West African Senior School Certificate Examination scripts, so if there are too many errors or mistakes then the release of the results might delay a little,” he said in an email.

Source: Educationweb.com.gh


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