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Review for Educational Pathways International, Incline Village, NV, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

My name is Wisdom Kwame Kewu, a final year student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of
Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana, reading Chemical Engineering as my first degree. I
was enrolled on the Educational Pathways International (EPI) scholarship program in October
2017.
I am very glad to be on EPI scholarship. Ever since I joined EPI, my life has been transformed
positively and tremendously. I am the first out of three siblings to be in the university. Due to the
demise of my father in 2011, my mother was left with the sole responsibility of taking care of the
family. I had a very difficult and challenging times financially. But due to the timely
intervention of EPI, I was able to pay my school fees, residential fees, books and also able to
afford some basic necessities academically, personally and socially. I had a seamless academic
experience which has made to achieve the “College of Engineering Excellence Students Awards”
for three consecutive times. And I will be graduating as a first-class student. Upon substantially
having a sound mind financially, I moved on to exploit the graphic designing software skills I
learnt way back after I completed Senior High School. I have established a mini-business
enterprise out of the graphic designing skill where I work on complex graphic design options for
business firms. EPI has boosted my confidence level in the society. I now engage myself
confidently in group meetings and discussions. I have learnt a lot of intangible things from the
intermittent general meetings that EPI organizes for its students.
I decided to read Chemical Engineering because of its versatility. In Chemical Engineering, one
can divert to any area where there is production. Currently, I would like to move into the oil and
gas sector in order to boost Ghana’s economy since oil and gas are a major contribution to the
growth of the economy. It is in my best interest that, I would establish a firm that supports the
less privileged in Ghana and most importantly set up businesses in the community I come from.
In my community, most people are unemployed and uneducated due to lack of decent jobs and
substantial finance respectively.
My heart-filled appreciation goes to EPI. Without EPI scholarship, I believe most of my
aspirations would have gone down the drain. I am gradually on the path of achieving my dreams
and aspirations in life. EPI is a family I will never regret to be part of. I love EPI and its my
earnest prayer that EPI grows and expand continuously to transform lives of many, especially in
Africa.
Thank You!

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