AME University believes that Innovation is a process that refines knowledge, and not just the result of great ideas. With the understanding that Liberian students have the innate ability as students around the globe to create and develop new ideas for new challenges and old problems; AME University launched an Institute for Innovation on the main campus of the University in collaboration with the Liberia Coca-Cola Bottling Company, and Mr. Alexander B. Cummings.

The University and Coca-Cola have created a thought-provoking program in an inspiring space at on campus, where honor students can enroll and participate in weekly activities of “innovation and creativity” in addition to their regular coursework; where students will discover, create and refine ideas that will enhance the world we live in. The focus of innovative activities shall have no limit; students will be encouraged not to think outside of “the box”, instead, they will be taught to know that there is “no box” in terms of innovation.
The mission of the Institute is: Bringing together the power of creativity and innovation” 

Mentors from Coca-Cola, AME University, and other business and industry executives will provide independent research-based guidance to students; and activities shall ingrain nourishing of the mind, and enhancing attitudes with positive behaviors and skills that are necessary for dreaming big. The Coca-Cola Institute is located on the First Floor of the BAM Library. -

Tracer Study on the Employment Outcomes of the AME University: 2007 - 2019 ( Graduate Questionnaire )

You are kindly requested to spare some few minutes to help complete a survey regarding employment outcomes of AME University graduates, a pilot research project of the CII-Scholars 2016 through the Office of Institutional Research.  The data obtained from this study will assist AMEU to effectively formulate and implement course/program plans and labor market strategies.

Rest assured All information gathered will be kept utmost confidentiality

ADEPOJU Adeyinka O., PhD

Associate Vice President, Research and Innovations