University of Ghana, Legon Best Graduating Biomedical Engineering Student Announces Topping with 3.81 FGPA

University of Ghana, Legon Best Graduating Biomedical Engineering Student Announces Topping with 3.81 FGPA

  • Jeffrey Mawusi Drai, a recent graduate of the University of Ghana has opened up about emerging as the best in his class
  • In a post, the young man shared that his final grade point was 3.81 and that got him the GNPC Foundation Scholar and Dean’s Honour Award
  • Mawusi went ahead and thanked all lecturers, teaching assistants, his aunt and other stakeholders who made his academic journey a successful one

An excited Ghanaian young man by the name of Jeffrey Mawusi Drai has recently announced emerging as the best graduating student in his program of studies at the University of Ghana, Legon.

The LinkedIn post sighted by had Jeffrey recounting that his final grade point was 3.81/4.00 and that won him the GNPC Foundation Scholar and Dean’s Honour Award.

Brilliant Ghanaian man graduates as University of Ghana best Biomedical Engineering student
Jeffrey with his graduating sash and giving a speech Photo credit: Jeffrey Mawusi Drai/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

Sharing more about his journey, the young man stated that his life in school was not all about academics and that he was a part of the school's sports team, the debate team.

"Aside academic excellence, I actively participated in intramural sports as a footballer, debate where I made three tournament finals and gained a spot on the university’s contingent for the 2021 Ghana Universities Debate Championship(GUDC) and I busily volunteered as a STEM advocate with NSBE Ghana"

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In an interview with, Jeffrey spoke more about the essence of living a balanced life as a student;

"Many a times, students or even parents think that being all up in your books is the way forward to achieving academic excellence but is not the case.
For me, I knew that taking time off to focus on other things such as football gave my brain the chance to rest from 'books' and rejuvenated it for my next round of studies. Being a part of a group like that also meant building connections and that is very essential after the degree has been acquired. Good connections would make the degree worthwhile", he said.

Jeffrey used the opportunity to express his gratitude to all lecturers and teaching assistants who played major roles in his academic success. He also thanked his aunt and other people for their investment in his journey.

Brilliant Ghanaian Man Becomes University of Ghana's Best Graduate Student In The College of Education

Meanwhile, earlier reported that Emmanuel Ghartey Johnson, a smart young man recently shared his exciting news of becoming the best student to graduate in his College at the university.

The post sighted by on the LinkedIn timeline of the University of Ghana alumnus revealed that he graduated with a final GPA of 3.9 out of 4 in the College of Education, Mathematics.

"Exactly a year ago on 23rd April 2021, I was honored as the Best Graduating Student in the College of Education (Mathematics), at the University of Ghana, as I graduated with an FGPA of 3.9/4 during the 2019/2020 academic year. I received the Dr. Joseph Siaw Agyepong Award on that faithful day."

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