At Ashesi, A Lot Can Happen in Two Weeks

The Ashesi Innovation Experience is an intensive and exciting two-week enrichment program developed by faculty at Ashesi for senior high school students between the ages of 15 and 19. AIX expands the vision and aims of participants, and inspires, challenges, and equips them with skills for innovating in the 21st Century.

The programme builds foundational skills in Leadership, Design, Entrepreneurship, Robotics, Creative Arts, and Engineering. In 2023, AIX will take place from 23rd July to 6th August. Deadline for applying is May 15th. 


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It's Ashesi, before Ashesi

Participants in the Ashesi innovation Experience get to experience our high-impact teaching and learning model, working hand-in-hand with Ashesi students and faculty on projects and ideas.

The programme curriculum teaches foundational skills in design thinking and problem-solving, leadership and teamwork, and communication. Students will also get to choose between four additional skills pathways - in Robotics, Engineering, the Creative Arts, and Entrepreneurship.  


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Learn New Skills.
Make New Friends.

The Ashesi Innovation Experience brings students together from diverse backgrounds and high schools, giving participants a chance to learn new perspectives and build new friendships.

Participants also join a network of young innovators helping change business, technology and leadership worldwide.

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Fees & Scholarships

The entire programme costs GHS3,000. This fee covers accommodation on Ashesi's campus, transportation between Ashesi and selected programme activity locations, meals and refreshments, course material, and AIX merchandise. Through AIX’s scholarship programme, financially disadvantaged applicants are eligible for partial or full financial support to cover the course fee.

The AIX team reserves the right to evaluate and determine the scholarship package that will be awarded to any applicant who requests for it. Be sure to apply for a scholarship only if you need it, as scholarship funding is limited and your acceptance to the program may depend on the availability of sufficient funding.