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Mandate of the Leeds University Alumni Association Ghana 

The Association

The official name is the Leeds University Alumni Association Ghana (LUAAGH)


To contribute to the creation of a well informed and educated Ghanaian populace to propel national development.


The objectives of the Association are:

  • To provide alumni with the opportunity for social and professional networking and career development.
  • To promote a spirit of volunteering and co-operation amongst Leeds alumni which supports the development objectives of Ghana.
  • To provide support to the Ghana Society at Leeds University Union.
  • To act as ambassadors for the University of Leeds by promoting study and helping with student recruitment.


The Association provides the potential for members to benefit from a variety of social and professional networking opportunities. These may include the following: 

  • Opportunities to promote and create business prospects locally and nationally.
  • Opportunities to offer internships to younger members in entrepreneurship and professional development.
  • Opportunities for collaborative research work and access to new knowledge through links to the University of Leeds academic community.
  • Stress relief platform through relaxed social events.

Working groups

The Association will form a number of working groups, both to support individual professional development and to help the Association support national development. The aim will be to develop working groups covering the following thematic areas as a focus for members professional proficiency or interest and to drive our effort to achieve our vision.

  • Health
  • Communication
  • Education 
  • Transport
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Good governance
  • Public private partnership (Finance)


Open to all University of Leeds alumni in Ghana and in the diaspora. Members will be expected to take part in projects embarked on by the Association and will be required to pay a single lifelong membership fee (amount to be determined)

Contact persons

Kofi Anaman (Environmental Engineering and Project Management 2009) - +233 244187173
Robert Quaye (Transport Planning and Engineering 2009) - - +233 244632180

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