International University Services (IUS), a subsidiary of the Caroline Group, under the leadership of the 28-year old educationist Caroline Esinam Adzogble, has secured a major partnership with St. George’s University, Grenada in the Caribbean region which would allow Ghanaian students to pursue four to seven years’ medical degree programmes in Grenada with an easy visa process.
Mr. Adzogble, mostly noted as the face of education in Africa has grown to become a foremost international educationist advising organization with excellent support strategies for students, international schools as well as other educational stakeholders, thus, drawing partnerships from world-class institutions across the globe.
“The American residency permit students to receive at the end of their programme is the biggest takeaway for me. I am looking forward to diving into this opportunity with various families, other education consultants, high schools, universities, the Ministry of Education and scholarship boards in Ghana to see how best we can push this forward for Ghanaian students,” she said.
George’s University located in the Caribbean’s, Grenada is the largest international provider of new doctors in the USA for the last 11 years combined, and its graduates have practiced in all 20 Top Hospitals in the USA, according to US News & World Report 2018-2019. They have been providing the world with highly trained doctors for more than 40 years and have an extensive international network of over 18,000 MD alumni of which 25 have Ghana citizenship.
About Caroline Adzogble
She had wanted to become a medical doctor but when that dream failed to materialize, she had to come up with another workable plan. Several years on, her courage to follow a different path is yielding results.
Caroline Esinam Adzogble, CEO of Caroline Group of Companies, an Education and Training Consultancy firm is making education more affordable and accessible to individuals, groups, and institutions.
The 28-year-old Ms. Adzogble hails from Dzodze in the Volta Region. She started her own Potters International College, an online College in 2010, before expanding operations to other areas. The college offers internationally-recognized diplomas to students who have had gaps in their education and do not have the necessary academic qualification to move on to the next level.
Interacting with The Spectator, the CEO said she and her team are determined to “redefine education” with focus on training, consulting, marketing, travel, and philanthropy.
Recounting her journey, she noted that a combination of quality education and Information Communication Technology (ICT) could help transform society positively.
Caroline studied General Science at Ideal College in Accra and continued to study Database Technology, Systems Hardware, and Networking at IPMC College of Technology. Later, she took up an online course in Business Studies at the University of Edinburgh.
“One evening upon getting home, I announced to my parents that I was going to start training the young ones in ICT, especially those who could not afford to pay for it, and that was the beginning of what the Caroline Group represents today. We want to change the face of education and make it the most affordable and accessible commodity on the planet” – She noted.
The education enthusiast, as part of several other term seminars and professional development courses for aspiring entrepreneurs and corporate organizations in different cities in Kenya, the United States of America and The United Kingdom.
Ms. Adzogble believes a lot of people are unable to find the educational opportunities available to them but it could be made much easier.
“People do not understand that online education is the future and it is closer than we think. We intend to enlighten them and help schools better understand their operations”