Meet Stanley, the new laureate of the International Excellence Scholarship
Stanley joined the Grande Ecole Programme. Originally from Ghana, he is the new laureate of the International Excellence Scholarships of the MBS Foundation.
Since 2012, 18 students from Syria, Haiti, Colombia, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Myanmar, Dominican Republic, Vietnam, Mali, Venezuela, Bangladesh, Peru have been able to come and complete the last two years of the Grande Ecole Program at MBS.
Through corporate donations, The MBS Foundation covers the tuition fees of the laureates and finances living expenses.
Tell us more about you.
“I am a Ghanaian, a fellow of the African Young Leaders Fellowship Program, a former Students Representative Council (S.R.C) President of the University of Ghana Distance School, a former facilitator of the Distance Education Students Entrepreneurship challenge and the President of the International Intercessory Group which is a Christian Leadership and Prayer network.
What is your current project ?
I currently run free home tuition for poor and needy children who don’t have the resources to join online tuition being offered by schools due to COVID-19 leading to school closure.
What are your passions ?
With my past and present experience in leadership, i am passionate about raising young and morally approved leaders with integrity to drive innovation, entrepreneurship, and development both in urban and rural centres in Ghana, Africa and the world at large.
What do you expect from your MBS journey ?
I believe that being enrolled at MBS is a great opportunity to launch me into my vision of making impact within my small world. I expect that by the end of my studies, i will able to influence my world with the knowledge and skills acquired either by working for a corporate institution or establish my own business. Also, to further to become a lecturer to teach what i have acquired in the past years.”