Ashesi at a Glance
Learn about Ashesi’s 14 years of empowering ethical, innovative young Africans to remake Africa.
Current Ashesi Priorities
Ashesi aims to grow to 1,000 students—while maintaining and strengthening our campus culture. To serve more students, we must continue to expand our facilities and strengthen our scholarship program. We invite you to partner with us to make this growth possible.
2015 Financial Statements
Our 2015 audited financial statements from the Foundation illustrate how donor funding is being used to enhance our educational programs.
5 Lessons Africa’s leaders Should Learn
Ashesi President Patrick Awuah shared leadership lessons for young Africans on the World Economic Forum Agenda blog.
A look back at Ashesi’s recent achievements, including the launch of our engineering program and graduation of our 11th class.
2014 Community Report
Our 2014 Community Report celebrates our achievements, progress and ambitions for the coming year. Read Patrick Awuah’s letter to the community, unforgettable student and alumni profiles and more.
2014 Ashesi University Foundation Audited Financials
2014 Ashesi University Audited Financials
2014 Financial Reports
Our 2014 audited financial statements from the Foundation and University illustrate how donor funding is being used to enhance our educational programs.
Path to a New Africa
Path to a New Africa essay published in Stanford Social Innovation Review, Summer 2012. Illustration by Scott Roberts.
2010 Annual Report (Financial Report included)