THE YCEO EPISODE ONE FEATURED AKUA KONADU KUSI CEO OF STUDY ABROAD WEST AFRICA - THE YCEO

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THE YCEO EPISODE ONE FEATURED AKUA KONADU KUSI CEO OF STUDY ABROAD WEST AFRICA



AKUA KONADU KUSI is an education enthusiast who has gathered experience in tertiary institution admissions and education by working with several top international universities as a “Regional marketer” and “Talent sourcing expert” for close to three years from The United Kingdom. @studyabroad_westafrica


Through her recruitment background, Akua Konadu Kusi has honed a relationship building skill set required to maintain high standards when working with over 200 students, independent businesses and University Representatives.

Her grassroots organizations is a fully fledged African consultancy firm dedicated to working with applicants from diverse backgrounds, walks of life to secure scholarship based admissions into established Universities in UK,MALAYSIA,INDIA,UKRAINE , LATVIA and China.

Through her hands, SAWA has been able to secure partnership with FIVE Universities in United Kingdom, ONE Private University in India, ONE UNIVERSITY IN Latvia and OVER SEVEN SCHOOLS .
She has secured admission for 60 students to these Universities for 40 different courses.

Since its incorporation in Ghana in December 2015, Study Abroad West Africa (SAWA) has been able to expand its operations to other African countries including Senegal, Cameroon and Nigeria.


Her long term goal at Study Abroad West Africa is to help 1,000 African applicants secure a 50%+ scholarship based admission into established Universities every year
With an experience working in a Law firm,also as an International Marketing Manager (Ghanaian representative in the UK) coupled with being an Administrative Manager for Ghana-India Business Forum. She holds a bachelors of art in Political Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and a Master’s Degree in International business from Cardiff Wales.




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