Misinformation on Social Media about University of Education, Winneba Mature Entrance Examinations Requirements
The attention of the University of Education, Winneba has been drawn to a post circulating on social media. The post seeks to misinform the general public, and Mature applicants in particular, on the requirements they need to satisfy in order to qualify to write the University’s Mature Entrance Examination and, if successful, gain admission into the University.
The University wishes to inform the general public that the content of the said post is riddled with inaccuracies and misinformation. It does not reflect the rigid and robust admission system and requirements applicants must satisfy before they are given the opportunity to write any of our entrance examinations and later offered admission if they are successful.
For the avoidance of doubts, the university is entreating all applicants to visit the school’s website for accurate information. Applicants can also follow the University on any of their social media handle for updated and credible information.
The university’s admission process and requirements have always followed the guidelines of the National Accreditation Board (NAB) and the National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE).
Indeed, the University, since its establishment, has consistently followed the said policy and guidelines in addition to our own rigorous and robust internal admission processes.
Applicants should do away with the content of the post which says that applicants can be admitted into ANY programme of their choice even if that was not their area of specialisation at the Senior High School after the exams.
Programmes are categorised into areas of specialisation. Admission is predominantly based on the programme an applicant read at the Senior High School level upon which such student has officially been certified.
This has been the standard practice of the University over the last three decades and has never departed from these policy guidelines
The University wishes to inform the general public that it has commenced serious investigations to track down the perpetrators of the said post that seeks to ridicule the University’s admission processes thereby bringing the University’s name into disrepute.
Visit www.uew.edu.gh and on their verified social media platforms for detailed information and guidelines.
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