Ghanaian Young Man George Agyeah Who Got Opportunity To Travel After High School To Bag Ph.D. In U.S.
- George Agyeah, a 28-year-old Ghanaian young man will soon become a Ph.D. holder in the U.S.
- His successes began when he was a student at Notre Dame Senior High School & got selected to travel in the U.S.
- George is currently a Ph.D. student at the Walton College of Business in the United States
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A brilliant Ghanaian young man called George Agyeah is about to bag his Ph.D. in Economics in America, a journey that started when he was a senior high school in Ghana.
Speaking to YEN.com.gh, George revealed that he was studying at Notre Dame Seminary at Navrongo in the Upper East region when he got a chance to travel to the United States.
"I relocated to the US during my final year as part of a cultural exchange program sponsored by the US Department of State," he said.
George's successes began from Notre Dame where he was adjourned the best mathematician at the Speech and Prize Giving day and got the chance to travel.
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When he returned to Ghana per the requirements of the cultural exchange program George got a scholarship to pursue Economics at the Saint Petersburg State Economics University in Saint Petersburg, Russia for his bachelor's degree.
"Whilst I was there, I was the NUGS president for a year and translated for the late VP Amissah and his entourage when they visited the place for an economic forum," he recalls.
With two years to finish his Ph.D. in America and after winning some coveted awards, George now lives in his own house he recently purchased.
On the fun side, he added:
"I enjoy going to the gym and I ultimately want to return to Ghana in 2 years when I am done with my PhD. Another interesting thing about me is that I speak 5 languages fluently including Russian".
Ghana Communication Technology University Alumnus Becomes Best Graduating Student at University of Portsmouth
In another exciting report, Chelsea Sarpong, a brilliant Ghanaian lady who hails from Begoro, in the Fanteakwa District of the Eastern Region has successfully graduated from University of Portsmouth in UK as the best student in her group.
A publication by myjoyonline.com reported that Chelsea had her undergraduate education at the Ghana Communication Technology University where she studied Information technology and continued to the UK for her master's degree in Cyber Security and Forensic Information Technology.
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