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About Our College

Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education, an all-female institution which is affiliated to the University of Education, Winneba 

Education Services

The Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education (APWCE) which used to be Agogo Presbyterian Women’s Training College is one of the oldest all female-institutions established by the Basel Missionaries in Ghana.

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Partnership and Cooperation

The College is in partnership with the following institutions and organizations:

  • University of Education, Winneba
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College Life

The Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education has produced a high caliber of females who have distinguished themselves and have also made some great strides in the history of Ghana. 

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Benefits
Self Development
Spirituality
Alumni

Why Choose APWCE?

Products of Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education are the pride of anyone who is privileged to work with them. The success of the college can be attributed to the sacrifices made by the founding fathers and the contributions of other stakeholders. The college is still making strides to achieve greater laurels.

Self Development

Our mission is to train competent, efficient, and dedicated female teachers who will teach and also serve as role models in society. We have a serene environment for effective teaching and learning with hardworking and dedicated staff who are always ready to attend to the needs of our students.

Products of Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education are the pride of anyone who is privileged to work with them. The success of the college can be attributed to the sacrifices made by the founding fathers and the contributions of other stakeholders. The college is still making strides to achieve greater laurels.

Spirituality

Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education is run purely on Presbyterian Principles, Doctrines as well as Tradition.

By a ‘Principles’, we mean a set of rules (morals) or strong beliefs that influences the actions of the Catholic Church.

By ‘Doctrines’, we mean the Teachings of the Church based on her magisterium (the teaching office of the church). And by Tradition we mean a set of beliefs, customs on way of doing things that existed for a long time or handled over to the church from generation to generation.  The religious life of the College is regulated by a nine member Liturgical Committee headed by the College Chaplain.

Alumni

The college management and (APWCE) Alumni are committed and ready to collaborate in making the college a center of excellence.

The Agogo Presbyterian Women’s College of Education Alumni Association is excited to announce the arrival of APWCE Alumni Connect. This is a new community-building platform for APWCE’s alumni. It is the only place online where you can find, and connect with, approximately 1500 APWCE’s alumni. All alumni are automatically enrolled!

 

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