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.
Ashesi welcomes undergraduate Class of 2025
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.
Master’s program in Mechatronic Engineering welcomes pioneer class
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.
When you give, you get: the story of Clement Ngosong ’23
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.
Alumna’s start-up wins Association of Ghana Industries sustainable energy business competition
October 11, 2021: Samuelle Asante ’21 had a foolproof plan after high school, which did not include studying Business Administration at Ashesi. Her goal was to choose law as a major and work towards becoming a lawyer someday. What she thought was a foolproof plan changed.
Engineering student, Daniel Amoshie, wins agric hackathon with cocoa pod breaking machine design
August 22, 2021: Growing up in Mpasaso, a cocoa farming community in the Ashanti region of Ghana, Daniel noticed that nearly all the pre-harvest activity for cocoa had been mechanized.
Ashesi starts new Mechatronic Engineering Master’s Programme with ETH Zurich
June 18, 2021: Ashesi and ETH Zurich, together with industry and supporting partners, have launched a new Master’s programme in Mechatronic Engineering that will be taught in Ghana by faculty of both universities.
How Oliver Mensah ’18 is building software developer communities in Africa
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.