UEW Suspends Increase in Examination Fees for Affiliated Colleges

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Affiliated colleges are advised to take note of this suspension and refrain from implementing the proposed fee increase until further communication from the university.
Affiliated colleges are advised to take note of this suspension and refrain from implementing the proposed fee increase until further communication from the university.
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The Institute for Teacher Education and Continuing Professional Development (ITECPD) at the University of Education, Winneba, has announced the suspension of the proposed 20% increase in examination fees for colleges affiliated to the university.

The decision was made during the 11th regular meeting of the ITECPD Professional Advisory Board on Wednesday, 3rd April, 2024.

The board deemed it necessary to suspend the implementation of the fee increase until further consultation can be carried out.

SEE ALSO: Colleges of Education Affiliated to University Of Education, Winneba (UEW)

The initial letter conveying the proposed fee increase was issued by the Finance Officer of UEW on 8th February, 2024.

However, following the recent decision by the advisory board, the implementation of the fee increase has been put on hold until further notice.

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The suspension of the fee increase aims to provide an opportunity for further consultations and discussions on the matter.

The university recognizes the importance of considering all relevant factors and ensuring that any decision made regarding examination fees considers the welfare and affordability of the students.

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As of now, there is no specific timeline provided for the resumption of discussions or the potential implementation of the fee increase.

However, the university assures all affiliated colleges that they will be duly notified once a decision is reached.

Affiliated colleges are advised to take note of this suspension and refrain from implementing the proposed fee increase until further communication from the university.

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The university remains dedicated to providing quality education and ensuring that all decisions made are in the best interest of its students.

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