From BSU Master to UNLEASH

BSU Masters Eugene Jojo Arthur (left) and Eugene Dela Setsoafia (right). Photo: Eugene Jojo Arthur
BSU Masters Eugene Jojo Arthur (left) and Eugene Dela Setsoafia (right). Photo: Eugene Jojo Arthur
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Congratulations to our three BSU Masters from Ghana, who were chosen among several thousands of applicants to participate in UNLEASH in August in Copenhagen.

The three participants selected are: Mr Eugene Dela Setsoafia, Mr Eugene Jojo Arthur and Mr Godwin Festival Boateng. They are part of a group of 76 Masters from Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and Nepal, who have studed in Denmark on a Danida Fellowship as part of the BSU programme.

Together with thousands of other top global talents, and with leading companies, research institutions, foundations, NGOs and investors, the BSU Master Trio will spend nine days from August 13th to August 21st providing next generation solutions for the SDGs.

The three Ghanaians studied different subjects at different universities. Mr Eugene Dela Setsoafia just finished his Master in Agro-Environmental Management at Aalborg University. Mr Eugene Jojo Arthur is about to finish his Master in Environmental Engineering from DTU in 2016. Mr Godwin Festival Boateng’s Master degree is in Global studies/International development studies from Roskilde University in 2015.

Read what Mr Godwin Fesital Boateng says about his study stay in Denmark here

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