- Theophilus Anyomi, a driven Ghanaian young man has recently announced successfully graduating from the university with first-class
- In a LinkedIn post, the UPSA recent graduate revealed that his final CGPA was 3.82/4.0
- Anyomi expressed his gratitude to God, colleagues, lecturers and everyone who supported him in any way and made his story a fulfilling one
- The young man also mentioned that he is open to job opportunities in the Accounting and Finance field
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A brilliant young man has recently got many congratulating him after taking to social media to share his latest achievement.
A post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of Theophilus Anyomi had him revealing that he successfully completed University of Professional Studies, Accra with a first-class degree in Accounting and Finance. His final CGPA was 3.82/4.0.
Glory be to the most high God for helping me to successfully complete my undergraduate program in Bsc. Accounting and Finance at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) with a First Class and an FCGPA of 3.82/4.0.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Theophilus affirmed that his humble background inspired him to strive for excellence. He also shared a few practical measures he adopted;
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"I scheduled my time properly to cover for both work and academics. I had a personal timetable for all the courses I was to do in a semester. I loved to research. As a newbie in the field of accounting, any topic I was taught, I made sure to research on it to get a much broader understanding. At the start of my program, I befriended most of my colleagues who had prior knowledge in accounting from high school so that I could learn the basics from them.
Ghanaian young man moves from being a farmer to landing fully funded scholarship to study at top UK uni
I liked to teach people the little that I had learnt from my research. That helped me to always recollect what I had learnt. Sometimes during the teaching sessions, some questions usually come up which would demand further research. These collectively helped me stay updated and ahead", he said.
Theophilus went ahead to thank God, his parents, colleagues and everyone who played a vital role in his journey to the top. The young man also mentioned that he is opened to job opportunities within his field of studies.
"Many thanks to my parents, colleagues and tutors for aiding me through this journey. The end of my bachelors degree journey marks the beginning of a new encounter into the Corporate world. I am hopeful and open to the many gracious opportunities that I look forward to coming my way"
UPSA Recent Graduate Who Bagged 3.55 FCGPA Shares How He Picked Up Farming After WASSCE To Afford Going To Uni
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a driven Ghanaian young man recently took to social media to recount how he ended up getting his university education financed after bagging 7As and a B in WASSCE.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of Francis Assan had him revealing that he completed secondary school but had no one to help him proceed to a university. He, therefore, picked up a job on a poultry farm as a Farm hand to gather enough money for school.
"I completed my SHS education five years ago with 7As and a B in WASSCE. There was no help at that time so I started working as a Farm hand at a poultry farm in my hometown Banko."
Thankfully, he got a call from a man one day who asked him to send his WASSCE results to him. Upon review, he was impressed and helped Francis land a scholarship to study at the university.
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