Category Archives: Ashesi University college

Ashesi Hosts MasterCard Foundation Partners On Campus

Ashesi Hosts MasterCard Foundation Partners On Campus October 23, 2018 - Ashesi hosted a cross-section of Presidents and Program Coordinators of the Mastercard Foundation's global partner institutions on its campus. With a vision to fuel social and economic change through education and financial inclusion, the Mastercard Foundation supports students who have financial difficulties with resources to access educational opportunities. The… Read More »

From fuel station attendant to college graduate: Joseph Wukpan’s journey

From fuel station attendant to college graduate: Joseph Wukpan’s journey Whenever Joseph Wukpan ’18 had some downtime as a student at Ashesi, he would visit the Abuom Junction Fuel station a few kilometers from campus; while there, he would don an attendant’s uniform and help fuel cars. He didn’t do this because he needed extra money; after gaining… Read More »

Ashesi University College School Fees Structure

Ashesi University College School Fees Structure Ashesi’s academic year consist of two semesters. The first semester of every academic year begins late August to December, and the second semester runs from January to May. Tuition fees also cover textbooks. Students who do not already have medical insurance, will be required to sign on for one upon enrolment into Ashesi. Ghanaians Non-Ghanaians… Read More »

Ashesi University School Fees Payment Guidelines

Ashesi University College School Fees Payment Guidelines Payment of Fees A. Payment by direct deposit to the bank (1) Pay fees at the bank (Ghana & ECOWAS Region) For payments within Ghana or the West Africa (ECOWAS) region, students can deposit fees directly to either our Ghana Cedi or US Dollar account with any ECOBANK branch as follows:… Read More »

Ashesi University College Academic Calendar [2017-2019]

Ashesi University College Academic Calendar [2017-2019] Ashesi's academic calendar is divided into two semesters. Students typically take four semester units per semester. A semester unit (typically 42 classroom contact hours and 14 discussion/lab contact hours) is defined as three (3) hours per week of classroom time and 1 or 1.5 hours of discussion/lab time per week over a… Read More »