For Parents

Welcome to the Ashesi University website. We encourage you to stay connected. Follow news about Ashesi, volunteer with our career development office, and be sure to share Ashesi information with your friends and colleagues whose children might benefit from the Ashesi Education.

What parents say about Ashesi

"I have no regrets..."
"I have no regrets about bringing my daughter here. It has been one year up the hill, and my child has added on. She has become more organized and time conscious. Her outlook on life has been greatly enhanced; she thinks independently and ponders over issues critically before making decisions. Her values of honesty and integrity can be discerned easily after interacting with her." - Emelia Annan (Ashesi Parent)

"...overwhelmingly remarkable..."
"I must admit that the impact of the Ashesi education on her life has been overwhelmingly remarkable. Starting from her freshman year, a combination of a rigorous curriculum which demanded a lot of personal and group studying, presentations, research and project work required that she work harder than we had estimated. Due to the high value we all place on the education she was receiving, we encouraged her to put in her best and that is exactly what she did." - Francis Ocran (Ashesi Parent)

For your convenience, here are links to pages of particular interest to parents and prospective parents.

About Ashesi Admissions Calendars
Ashesi at a Glance Applying to Ashesi Academic Calendar
Visit Ashesi Applying for financial aid Events Calendar
President’s Office Why Apply to Ashesi?
Annual Reports
Photo Gallery
Video and Audio
Academics Administration News
The Honour Code The Leadership Team Ashesi News
Learning Goals Dean of Student Affairs Ashesi Bulletin
4 Year Curriculum

Career Development
Career Services
Placement Record

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Parents Elizabeth and Kofi Tandoh

Their son Kweku graduated from Ashesi in 2005 and enrolled in a graduate program in Computer Science at the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland.

“We wanted an excellent education for our son, in Ghana or abroad. Initially, we really doubted whether we could get this in Ghana. And then we came to visit Ashesi. Kweku saw the facilities and was overwhelmed. After a few sessions he thought, ‘This is the place.’

We have spoken to many friends about Ashesi and convinced one of our colleagues to send their son here. We said to them, ‘Look, there is no point sending him abroad.’ ”