When Push Comes to Shove – Continuing Students in UDS Wa Campus Now SDD UBIDS to Embark on a Peaceful Procession

Good day fellow students... especially Continuing students. It is quite clear that the Management of SDD UBIDS takes us, its largest stakeholders for granted and over the years have been pushing us to the walls and at same time prevented our proportionate retaliations with threats of dismissal, rustications and what nots.This time we have had enough of that. We complained about our fee schedule as continuing students and the reply we have received from management after the meetings with student leaders and the petitions from various bodies is the new...
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Three UDS students win GH¢45,000 business support fund

Three students of the University for Development Studies (UDS) have each received GH¢15,000.00 to implement their business ideas to help create jobs to reduce dependence on government for employment. Thethree students, Miss Mariam Sulemana, Ms Christiana Opoku and Master Abdul-Hakim Zakaria, presented innovative business ideas in the areas of agriculture technology and nutrition, which received an endorsement from the UDS' Business Innovation and Incubation Centre (BIIC).   Eleven other students, whose business ideas did not win the funding, would join the three successful ones to be taken through business incubation...
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UDS Vice Chancellor Apologizes to Graduands for Restricting Graduation to First Class Studen

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. UDS Vice Chancellor This was at yesterday’s 21st congregation where the Vice Chancellor lamented that only few of the graduating class of 2020 were allowed to take part in the graduation physically. In his address he said “I wish to apologize sincerely to the thousands of students who have wished to be here physically, but for the situation”   Prof. Teye however said that this was...
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UDS Students Tops the Nominee List of Maiden Edition of Northern Tertiary Students Awards

The Northern Tertiary Students Awards is largely a people’s choice awards scheme. This means awards will be rewarded based off of votes collected from the masses. To ensure your favourite nominee wins, vote as many times as possible for said candidate. Find below a list of nominees. TOPMOST AWARD (TERTIARY STUDENT OF THE YEAR) • TABIMASAN ALEX – UDS,WA • ABUBAKAR ISSAKA ISLAM – TATU • ATSU DAVID – CHNTC • PERA -TCOE • CASHRANKING – TCOE • MOSES DOLA LAAR – TCOE • SOLOMON TITUS- GLOVER – UDS, NY...
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All You Need to Know About the Maiden Edition of Northern Tertiary Students Awards

It is arguably the Biggest, Most anticipated, Most patronized and Most significant award event on the Northern social calendar. Organized under the auspices of Kip Events, the inaugural edition of the Northern Tertiary Awards Scheme is seeking to establish itself as an extravagant festival of music, art and entertainment that engages the entire northern region and beyond. It is produced by leading event management firm Kip Events, in collaboration with a litany of reputable sponsors under the following objective: Encouraging, Recognizing, Acknowledging, Rewarding and Promoting the immeasurable contributions that Students,...
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University for Development Studies 21st Congregation Goes Virtual

The University for Development Studies (UDS) will hold its 21st Congregation on the Tamale Campus (Multipurpose Auditorium) on Saturday, November 14, 2020, for all Undergraduate Graduands and all Postgraduate Diploma, Masters, PhD graduands. UDS First Class Honours graduands and all the Postgraduate graduands are invited to be physically present for the event. The rest of the graduands will follow the proceedings of the event via Zoom (virtual) platform. The graduands are advised to bring along their face masks and wear them throughout the ceremony. Also, the University wishes to advise...

Team Gadafi Petitions UDS – NYC Electoral Commission

Team Gadafi petitioned the Electoral Commission of the University after they felt that the Electronic Voting System was compromised in the run off elections which took place today August 10, 2020. Students went to the polls on the 6th of August 2020 to choose their next SRC/NUGS leaders. Expectations were not met after the candidates in the presidential race failed to meet the 50 plus one percentage. The Electoral Commission announce a run off which took place on Monday, August 10,2020.   In the middle of the day, Abdul Razak...
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