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.
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.
November 15, 2021: In a Mastercard Foundation blog post, Ibrahim Abdullah reflects on his experiences as a Mastercard Foundation Scholar, and how his time at Ashesi prepared him for a career with Microsoft in Canada.
April 2, 2021: Oliver Mensah is a Mastercard Foundation Scholar Alumnus and a software engineer at Future500 B.V. Besides his day-to-day job as a software engineer, he is very active in the developer community in sub-Saharan Africa and contributes to programs designed to support the professional development of software engineers in Africa.
Having worked as a kayayo (head porter) in markets to support herself through her secondary …
November 22, 2020: Avitiduen Abisa ’13, as he is known away from the stage, has had his heart set on music since his student days at Ashesi.
November 8, 2020: Khadijahtu ’20 represented Ghana at the virtual Berlin Science Summit.