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Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA
I am Thomas Liyajabale Waliba, a third year student pursuing BSc. Geomatic Engineering at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, in Kumasi, Ghana.
I have been a beneficiary of the Educational Pathways International (EPI) full scholarship scheme for two academic years. EPI over these years have really impacted my life immensely in diverse ways which will always be appreciated and worth sharing.
Every student’s goal is to excel academically, but this is sometimes truncated by financial constraints and this was my ordeal until EPI in its benevolence came to my assistance and today, I can boast of continuously improved performances in my academics, all thanks to EPI. The financial support coupled with the numerous seminars and topics discussed at regular EPI meetings have improved my academic performances and my life as a growing adult.
Geomatic Engineering is an interesting field of study and very necessary in a developing country like Ghana where there is much to do in terms of infrastructural development, land use and management among others through accurate surveying and planning and hence the reason I am pursuing that program. With this background and the knowledge acquired from the pursuit of this program, I look forward to becoming a renowned Consultant in the Geomatic Engineering field, aimed at mitigating the unending land disputes predominant in the rural areas and the country as a whole through the conduct of cadastral surveys and the application of Geographic Information System (GIS).
I would like to express my profound gratitude to Educational Pathways International for their benevolence and supports in diverse ways to shaping me as a growing adult, but for EPI I would not have been able to come this far. Therefore, on behalf of my family and myself I say thank you to everyone or organization who through EPI has touched and impacted my life. I cannot but to say may God richly bless you.