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UDS SRC Set To Launch A New Multipurpose Website

The leadership of the Students’ Representative Council has revealed that plans are far advanced in their quest to launch what is described as a...

UDS SRC Dues remains unchanged for Level 100 Students

The Student representative council of the University of Development studies has announced that the SRC dues for all undergraduate freshers for the 2021/2022 academic...

Top 10 influential Ghanaians Who Graduated from UDS

Influence cannot be achieved through intimidation or coercion. It comes from within - from a person’s ability to inspire and motivate those around them....

UDS student portal upgraded with new features

The student representative council of the university of development studies(UDS) has announced new features added to the student portal. According to a statement available to...

UDS to resume 2020/21 academic year on January 11, 2021

The University of Development studies has announced Monday, January 11, 2021, as a reopening date for the first trimester of the 2020/2021 academic year. This...

UDS Senior Lecturer wins Wa East seat for NDC

A senior lecturer at the University for Development Studies, Dr. Godfred Seidu Jasaw has won the Wa East parliamentary seat on the ticket of...

UDS: Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Gunu now Dean of Faculty of Education

A senior lecturer with the University for Development Studies (UDS), Dr. Ibrahim Mohammed Gunu has been overwhelmingly elected Dean of the Faculty of Education. He...

Scholarship opportunities for UDS students (undergraduates & Masters)

Here are scholarships that can help you with your financial issues while pursuing a course at the University of Developmental studies. Annually the university provides...

UDS: freshers to book Halls online. Take A Look At The Procedure For Accommodation

Unlike previous years, management of the University for Development Studies, UDS, has adopted the in-out-out-out accommodation policy for the 20202021 academic year. The directive which was announced...

UDS VC apologizes to students for restricting graduation to only 1st class, ostgraduate and Ph.D students

The Vice Chancellor of the University for Development Studies, Professor Gabriel Ayum Teye has rendered an apology to the University’s graduating class of 2020. This...

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