Ghana boy Graduates With 3.55 FGPA After Switching From Arts To Accounting

Gabriel Obodai Annan was recently recounting that he studied General Arts at Mfantsipim School and ended up graduating as the best Geography student.


Still, he chose to challenge himself and applied to pursue a degree in Accounting and Finance at the University.

The University of Professional Studies, Accra recent graduate, shared that he gained admission to pursue a program in his previous field at the University of Ghana, Legon, but was up for something new hence, he declined.

“I was ready for a new challenge in a new field altogether, switching from Arts to pursuing Business. I had to psych up because I knew I had a lot of work ahead of me; my goals and expectations could not have made me settle for less.”


Gabriel revealed that starting from scratch in the business field was not easy, but he was determined to succeed and hence put in the work. As a result, he graduated with a final GPA of 3.55, just a few decimal points away from first-class.

He went ahead to express his gratitude to his parents, sibling and everyone who has supported him on his journey.




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