Ghanaian lady who quit KNUST in final year due to bad grades bags first class at University of Ghana

Ghanaian lady who quit KNUST in final year due to bad grades bags first class at University of Ghana

  • After 4 years of studying at KNUST, a brilliant Ghanaian lady called Anita Noah was left disappointed
  • Realizing she was going to graduate with a pass, she decided to start all over at the University of Ghana
  • After four more years of studying, Anita has now bagged first class honours

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see News on your News Feed!

Anita Noah, a young Ghanaian lady has graduated with first-class honours at the University of Ghana, four years after she quit her studies at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

Narrating the inspirational story on her LinkedIn handle, the brilliant lady said she was disappointed to realize that the only option left for her in final year at KNUST was to graduate with a pass.

"I remember how excited I was to get into KNUST which was my first choice. Little did. I know that in my final year everything would change. To go back a year and graduate with a pass seemed to be the only option," she said.

Read also

GH lady with first-class degree finally lands job after 4 years of rejections

Happy female graduate
Happy female graduate Photo credit: PeopleImages
Source: Getty Images

She then took the bold step to restart the pursuit for a first degree at another university, which has proven extremely successful.

Enjoy reading our stories? Join's Telegram channel for more!

In her words:

"On January 11, 2022, I graduated from the University of Ghana with a Bachelor of Arts degree, after 8 years of school with a first-class"

Anita expressed gratitude to God for the process and to her family and friends who supported and encouraged her at all times.

She encouraged anyone who might be going through any academic struggles in the words:

This is just to remind you:
1. Anything and Everything is possible.
2. No matter the obstacles, you can get to your destination.
3. Get the right support system!
4. Don’t give up!

Comments from Anita's followers

Below were some interesting reactions gathered by in the comment section of the post.

Read also

Ghanaian lady who finished SHS with a 'worrying' result in WASSCE bags first class in university

Richard Sabah M. said:

Giving up is never an option! Great story and congratulations Annie

Randy Avagah mentioned:

Congratulations Anita, the fact that you never gave up is very admirable. Keep winning.

Sylvester Kwasi Gyasi indicated:

Inspiring !! Some of us didn't have the courage to but you took the bull by the horns. Congrats Anita .


Online view pixel