UB students and faculty brought school supplies to gift to students at Bawaleshie Primary School in Accra, Ghana.
Evelyn Quist, MD/MBA ’19, cares for an infant while providing medical services in the Afram Plains region of Ghana.
Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah, clinical associate professor and faculty director of global programs, speaks at Bawaleshie Primary School.
Students visit Ladybird Logistics, the first trucking company globally to employ only women drivers.
At PwC Ghana, several UB accounting students observed the similarities and differences between Big Four accounting in the U.S. and Ghana.
Surround yourself with the history and culture of Ghana, Rwanda and South Africa. Participate in language, dance, culinary and historical activities. Meet local leaders, visit companies and cultural sites, and deepen your knowledge of social innovation and economic development by completing hands-on projects.
This interdisciplinary program will give you the opportunity to collaborate with UB students with different backgrounds and passions than your own. Health care-focused students can use their skills to make an impact through the program's medical track, and all students will be inspired by working with children at local schools.
The Africa program includes a credit-bearing, virtual learning experience and an optional in-person trip.
The required virtual component features visits to socially minded organizations, cultural activities, networking with alumni and local leaders, and a team project.
“In Ghana, I gained new perspectives on business and leadership, and immersed myself in the country’s culture. Throughout this journey, I created meaningful relationships that will last a lifetime. The experience truly opened my eyes and changed the way I view the world.”
— Olivia Miller, BS ’18, MS ’19
Clinical Associate Professor, Organization and Human Resources
Faculty Director of Global Programs