Undergraduate becomes an accountant without attending lectures in 2 years

Undergraduate becomes an accountant without attending lectures in 2 years

- A young graduate from the University of Ghana named Nhyira Agyei Osei has grabbed his chartered accountant certificate

- Interestingly, Nhyira Agyei Osei finished the Institute of Chartered Accountants without stepping in a lecture for two years

- However, that did not stop him from becoming the successful recipient of his certificate

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Nhyira Agyei Osei, a gentleman who graduated from the University of Ghana with a first-class pass, has become a chartered accountant.

In a one-on-one chat with Briefly.co.za's Edward Asare, Nhyira confirmed he graduated from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ghana without atteding a lecture in two years.

After completing his national service, Nhyira studied for the Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICA) exams by himself while working full-time and has successfully became an associate member within two years.

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1st-class UG graduate turns chartered accountant without attending class for 2yrs
This undergraduate became a chartered accountant without attending class for two years. Credit: Nhyira Agyei Osei Source: LinkedIn
Source: UGC

While spending his national service as a teaching assistant at the University of Ghana, the gentleman was unable to make time for his ICA classes.

However, that did not stop him from becoming the successful recipient of his certificate from the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

The brilliant young man also mentioned that he had to combine school work and being president of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) campus ministry for the majority of his life on campus.

In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a young South African graduate jetting off to New Zealand to further his scientific studies.

Blessing Nemadziva will be flying the South African flag high once he jets off to New Zealand to pursue a science communication qualification next year. The young man, who currently holds both a BTech and Master’s degrees in Biotechnology, realised his passion for writing while completing his biotechnology qualifications at Durban's University of Technology.

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Soon after giving writing a try, Blessing produced a number of literary works for which he is the recipient of various awards. In 2018, the talented young man was awarded the DUT Entrepreneurial Programme Grant towards his work in promoting South African literature through motion pictures.

He was also the recipient of the 2018 DUT Chancellor’s Award: Student Centredness for his work with the OnYoCampus Initiative, a campaign that uses media tools to encourage student participation in extracurricular activities.

“In 2018, I had an opportunity to meet with Professor Sibusiso Moyo in connection with one of my video projects. She enquired what course I was studying. When I said Biotech, her response was like, “Waal! A scientist involved in film?” She then recommended that I should consider a career in Science Communication."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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