- International Development, Development Economics, Foreign Aids, and Poverty Reduction.
- Research Student, Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies (GSICS), Kobe University (Apr., 2018 – Present)
- Master one (Honor) International Relations, Kofi Annan University of Guinea (2015-2016)
- Bachelor of Arts, International Relations, Kofi Annan University of Guinea (2012-2015)
- Lecturer of International Institution, Kofi Annan University of Guinea (2017-2018)
- Lecturer of Economics, Mercury International University of Guinea (Mar. – Jul., 2017)
- Director of Studies, Sierra International School, Conakry-Guinea (Oct. 2016-Mar. 2018)
- English and Economics Teacher, Sierra International School, Conakry-Guinea (2015)
- Mandingo (Native), English (Fluent), French (Business)
- Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)
- Japanese Ministry of Education, (MEXT) Scholarship (Apr. 2018-Sep. 2021)
- Certificate of Satisfaction from Young African Leaders Association (YALI-GUINEA)
- Honor’s degree: Kofi Annan University of Guinea (November, 2016)
Message to Potential Candidates to Ogawa Seminar:
I am very fortunate and privileged to be one of Professor Ogawa’s students. The uniqueness of this seminar is beyond my explanation. In professor Ogawa’s class, I am always deeply attracted by his excellent teaching methodology, which helps to be able to master the professional knowledge in a very relaxing atmosphere. Professor Ogawa offers his students the opportunity to do internships in prestigious International organizations such as the World Bank, UNESCO, UNICEF, OECD and Ministries of Education in some developing Countries such as Cambodia, Uganda and many more.
In addition, this seminar is very international, being part of it has enabled me to meet and interact with plenty of friendly students from different countries, who are always willing to share ideas.