A lot of things make university life in Ghana different from any other level of education.
Never mind that the main aim is to acquire a degree, but the fact is also that there are certain “extra curriculum” activities that every university student engages in.
One of these activities is targeting the freshest girls on campus. But have you wondered why there are certain course departments that boys usually associate with beautiful girls?
Just like some courses are considered as not worth reading at the university by many students, there are also some departments that house the most beautiful girls you would ever come across on campus.
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Below are five degree courses offered by Ghanaian universities that have the most beautiful girls according to YEN.com.gh.
Most nursing students might be tagged as arrogant and insubordinate, but the fact is also that they generally are beautiful girls. Sometimes, it makes one wonder if the basis for one becoming a nurse is beauty.
2. Theatre Arts
Students who study Theatre Arts are very cautious of their dressing and looks in public. Maybe that is why their girls always look so good when you spot them around campus. Except a blind man, everybody knows how Theatre Arts students are very, very beautiful.
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3. Business Administration
Usually very serious and academically very good too. But Business Administration students are also very beautiful when it comes to looks. You would hardly find girls who look better than them in their suits and mini ties.
4. Social Sciences
Forget the academic aspect of university life. Many university students ‘detest’ reading and so usually turn down the social sciences. However, when it comes to beauty, their girls are up there on campus.
If you haven’t met any girl offering linguistics then just try meeting one soon and you will come back and testify. They are usually much comported and carry themselves very well when on campus.
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