Brief History

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, Accra, as the number of students increased and more facilities were required to meet students’ expectations and raise the standards of the centre. Considering the number of students who were willing to study English and French at Eagle Vision Institute, the centre introduced those two language courses in 2007.

Consequently the centre had to seek permission from the Ghana Education Service to start operating as a pre-university institution. Having gone through the necessary steps, Eagle Vision Institute was approved and registered by Ghana Education Service as a Private Second Cycle Institution in November 2007 (Certificate No GAR/PT/BC 03/2007). Subsequently Eagle Vision Institute started offering Business and Computer studies to meet the needs of its students and broaden its course horizons.

In the year 2009, anticipating lack of space to effectively run both language and professional courses, Eagle Vision Institute had to relocate at New Achimota, Accra. The certificate of operation was renewed in 2013 after the inspection of the Institute (Certificate No GES/GAR/PT/JL.01/2013). Currently the centre has one hundred and fifty (150) students studying Languages, Business and Computing.

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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