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General News of Saturday, 19 October 2019


UEW: Visually & Hearing Impaired Student Graduates With First Class

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A 30-year-old student of the University of Education Winneba(UEW), Slyvia Abena Peprah who pursued a two-year diploma programme in Community-Based Rehabilitation and Disability Studies has graduated with First Class Honours.

The Vice-Chancellor of UEW, Rev. Father. Prof. Anthony Afful Broni stated that the institution has provided this unique student with the platform to prove to Ghana that the loss of both her sight and hearing is not a barrier to her attaining University degree.

In view of this, he revealed that the University continues to be very supportive of her amazing achievement and hereby offers to pay for her accommodation and tuition fees as she proceeds to pursue her post-diploma (Bachelor of Education) programme, in the same course in the next academic year.

He added that UEW is setting the record as the first University in the nation to graduate a deaf and blind student.

Rev. Father. Prof. Afful Broni announced this when he officiated the graduation 16,489 students who successfully completed their programmes of study in the 2017/2018 academic year at the 24th Congregation of UEW.

He revealed that the institution continues to admit and train young adults with different disabilities which is a unique opportunity only available at UEW.

According to him, with 13 faculties and 49 academic departments at Winneba, Ajumako, Kumasi and Asante Mampong campuses, the University will continue to expand Infrastructure to accommodate the ever-increasing numbers of new applicants

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