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ABOUT THIS BLOG

This “Friends of Ashesi” blog was set up in August, 2009 by Ashesi volunteers and supporters as a way to share photos and impressions of our time with the Ashesi community, as we visit with Ashesi students, graduates, faculty and staff in the week leading up to the Groundbreaking ceremony.

Our hope is that Ashesi friends who were unable to travel to Ghana will visit this blog as a way to see and read about these visits, and to post questions or comments.

ABOUT ASHESI

Ashesi University in Ghana is an African-initiated university designed be a catalyst for change. Ashesi fosters ethics, innovation and entrepreneurship among young Africans with exceptional leadership abilities. Ashesi offers a unique mix in Africa of a rigorous liberal arts core combined with cutting edge, practical majors in technology and business. The curriculum is infused with a commitment to community service, ethics, and the practical application of skills to local challenges.

To learn more about Ashesi, click on the links at right.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 15, 2009 7:02 am

    Wonderful. Wonderful! Sending you all good wishes for this serious effort to further transform the management culture in Ghana. Thank you!

  2. Araba Edziiba Wilberforce permalink
    November 23, 2009 7:40 pm

    i’ve heard so much about the school and i think am in love wuth the school.i would wish to be there next accademic year.can you please tell me about the school fees,the couses and when the application forms for next aaccademic yaer will be ready.thank you.

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