English With Intenship

Get exposure to the international job market

The internship programs combine a short English course with a professional, unpaid internship placement in Ghana. This program is designed for people who already have intermediate English proficiency but want to improve it to a level where they can take part in an international business environment.

What are the benefits of the internship program?

A professional Internship placement in Ghana can give you valuable work experience with an English-speaking organisation. You will receive expert help in interview practice and CV preparation and can choose from a wide variety of professional placements, in fields such as business administration, finance, hospitality, information technology, law, marketing, media, and tourism.

You will improve the fluency and range of your English language skills in a real working context alongside English speakers, add an international dimension to your CV and gain a competitive edge for your future career.

Course Facts

  • Start Dates: Every month
  • Course Length: 1 to 3 months of English followed by2 months ofinternship
  • Minimum age: 18
  • Requirements: English: Intermediate – Fluent English (if your level is lower than intermediate, we will recommend the adequate English course period to improve your level)
  • Minimum qualification:Higher National Diploma or equivalent
  • Class size: 15 to 20 students

About EVI

Our teachers are all native speakers and certified teachers. They have been chosen for their international teaching experience, their enthusiasm, and above all, their concern for the needs of the students as individuals. This approach is evident in the special care our staff takes with each student, often giving help outside schedules class hours.

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Brief History

Eagle Vision Institute started as a TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language) preparation centre with two students in 2004 at Kotobabi Down, Accra. It was the dream of two young people: Comlan Juvence BABAGBETO and his wife, Nonkar Jaelle OULATAR. Two years later, the centre had to relocate at Kokomlemle. Read More

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