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Our mission is to educate a new generation of ethical, entrepreneurial leaders in Africa.
Our mission is to educate a new generation of ethical, entrepreneurial leaders in Africa.

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Ashesi students reboot waste management in Berekuso by converting trash into cash through recycling: http://buff.ly/2eEYxO2 #AshesiStudents

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After spending time volunteering to teach children as a student #atAshesi, alumna Edwina '15 discovered she wanted to keep working with them. A year after graduating, she has co-founded a childhood development center, which uses a Montessori model for giving children a base for success. Her hopes? That Baiden Christian Montessori School will become one of the most sought after in Ghana: http://bit.ly/2cfBAm2 #AshesiAlumni

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On August 1st 2014, Ashesi alumni Frank '13 and Emmanuel '13 stepped into their makeshift office in Accra to start their own digital creative agency, Cavemen, just a year out of school. The company made a profit in its first year. Now starting their third year of business, they share their entrepreneurship story on our website: http://bit.ly/2aeTv67 ‪#‎AshesiAlumni‬
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Looking for a space in Accra to organise a quick meeting, rent a desk for your startup, or just get some work done? Two Ashesi alumni just opened co-working space, the Workshed, and it may be exactly what you were looking for. Read more: http://bit.ly/2a2UNkE #AshesiAlumni

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Out of 86 students from 29 countries around the world, Ashesi students Kwesi, Latifah, William and Makafui, were the only Africans selected for IE Business School's 2016 Summer School programme in Madrid, Spain.

The selective summer school is an intense three-week program, that offers participants the opportunity to experience learning at a toppost-graduate business school, and take in the sights and sounds of Spain.

Read about the students' experiences: http://bit.ly/29Y1Z4D | #‎atAshesi‬ ‪#‎AshesiStudents‬
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Help us welcome our new Provost, Dr. Suzanne Buchele, who first visited Ashesi in 2006 as the university's first Fullbright Scholar. When she left Ghana for the U.S in 2008, her impact on campus had been remarkable, and she stayed connected with Ashesi until 2014, when she returned to take a full time role as Associate Provost.

She holds a BA Summa Cum Laude, in Mathematical Sciences, an M.A in Mathematics, and an M.Sc and Ph.D. in Computer Sciences. As Provost, she now leads all academic affairs at Ashesi.

Read more about Dr. Suzanne Buchele here: http://bit.ly/29ID9rH ‪#‎atAshesi‬

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"Patrick Awuah Jr.'s ambitions are huge and his vision is bold. He started Ashesi University in Ghana just 14 years ago, and it is already one of the leading tertiary education institutions not just in the country, but the continent."

Here's why Quartz names ‪#‎Ashesi‬'s President among its 2016 African Innovators List. - http://bit.ly/29tNPH7

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The MasterCard Foundation has extended its partnership with Ashesi to provide more scholarships for young Africans to access a great education. Some 200 students have already joined the ‪#‎MCFscholars‬ program ‪#‎atAshesi‬ in the past four years, and the renewed commitment will see this community of students grow even more. Here's to empowering more young people across the continent to succeed.

Learn more: http://bit.ly/1Ut2nUQ

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Alumnus Anthony Mensah-Kumah graduated from Ashesi in 2011 with a BSc in Management Information Systems. A year later, he was recruited by General Electric (GE) in Ghana. In his three-year career with the company, he has won three impact awards, and successfully completed GE's Financial Management Programme for developing leaders in the U.S. Here's how Ashesi inspired his career.

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With a $17.2 million grant from the World Bank, Ashesi is establishing Ghana's first Climate Innovation Centre, which will help over 100 local clean tech companies develop and scale innovative solutions to climate change, and enable over 300,000 Ghanaians to increase resilience to climate change over the next ten years. - http://bit.ly/20L2GzV
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