March 28, 2022: Ashesi University is focused on developing global relationships and continues to pursue various opportunities for institutions around the world to visit Ghana and connect with Ashesi.
February 28, 2022: Today, tertiary enrolment in Niger is approximately 4% of the country’s 24 million people. Kaneye had closely followed the work and seen the impact of another West African institution – Ashesi University – and its founder.
February 28, 2022: A well-qualified international Board of Trustees from diverse professional backgrounds governs Ashesi University Foundation. Join us in welcoming our newest trustee, Isaac Fokuo.
January 21, 2022: For the first time since March 2020, Ashesi’s campus fully reopened for in-person activity and classes at the start of 2022.
January 21, 2022: On January 17 2022, Ashesi and ETH Zurich welcomed the pioneering class for our joint Master’s Program in Mechatronic Engineering. The 26 students will be trained in automation, production and robotics.
January 14, 2022: A team from Ashesi, led by Business Administration faculty member Jewel Thompson, has been awarded a $100,000 grant to build a digital resource platform for women in entrepreneurship.
January 7, 2022: Ashesi’s Executive Team has dedicated a student residence hall in honor of Kofi A Tawiah. The Tawiah Hall, formerly known as Hall 2B, honors the legacy of the Ghanaian philanthropist and Ashesi donor.
November 15, 2021: In 2019, Clement Ngosong ’23 arrived at Ashesi to study Electronic and Electrical engineering. He had received a full scholarship to attend but had to convince his family to let him leave Cameroon for Ghana.