UEW Concludes Pact with ACDT
The University of Education, Winneba has concluded a pact with AsanSka College of Design and Technology, Accra, at a ceremony held in UEW on Tuesday 1st November 2016.
The Signing of the Pact is part of the requirement of the National Accreditation Board for Colleges to be affiliated to a mentoring University that would supervise the running of programmes. In his welcome address, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mawutor Avoke remarked that the signing of the agreement concludes the partnership between the two institutions.
He noted the pact commits the University to the responsibility of fulfilling its obligations as outlined in the agreement. He stated that the University has an affiliation instrument with which the College should be acquainted to guide them on what is expected of the partnership.
In his statement, the Registrar of UEW, Dr. C.Y. Akwaa-Mensah indicated the readiness and willingness of the University to assist the College by fulfilling its part of the agreement.
He insisted that there was the need to ensure that the standards in entry requirement and examinations by the College were the same as UEW since graduates would receive the same certificate.
He reinterated the fact that the University does not compromise on it standards and urged management of the college to work towards ensuring that high academic standards are maintained.
The Ag. Registrar of AsanSka, Mr. Emmanuel Ansah expressed the college’s gratitude to the management of UEW for accepting to mentor the college. He pledge that the college would abide by the terms of the agreement. He also indicated that the college would work hard to ensure that acceptable academic standards were maintained.
Signing on behalf of the University of Education, Winneba was Professor Mawutor Avoke, witnessed by Dr. C.Y. Akwaa-Mensah. The Founder and Director of the College, Mr. Kwabena Asante-Asare signed for AsanSka and was witnessed by the Acting Registrar, Mr. Emmanuel Ansah.
Present at the signing ceremony were the Ag. Principal for College of Agricultural Education, Professor James Kwame Kagya-Agyemang, Principal for Colleges of Languages Education, Professor Nsor Avea, Senior Assistant Registrar, Academic Affairs, Mr. Collins Owusu-Ansah, who represented the Deputy Registrar, and the Head of University Relations and Protocol Services, Mr. Israel E. Fugar, Senior Lecturer, Department of Graphic Design, Dr. Frimpong K. Duku.