Five Ashesi students have been selected as 2015 Melton Fellows at Ashesi. The five students, Sabelo Dube (Zimbabwe), Nana Kwame Oteng Darkwah (Ghana), Tito Magero Ochieng (Kenya), Jean Vladimir Mayemene Fomene (Cameroon) and Beryl Akuffo-Kwapong (Ghana) are part of a team of 20 motivated fellows from around the world selected from a pool of 340 applicants this year. They become the first students from Africa to join the programme, after the Melton Foundation partnered with Ashesi in 2014 to expand into the continent.
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The software which is part of the university’s e-Learning management system called Sakai is aimed at enhancing original thought among students and promoting excellent academic work.