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“5 years of study, 3 countries , 3 universities and 1 first class degree later…” Young graduate shares touching message after graduation

Janice Kanyire Annyaah, a recent graduate from the University of Ghana with a Bachelor of Arts degree in French and Spanish has taken on her Linkedin to share touching photos of her graduations.

Janice Kanyire Annyaah  is currently working as an assistant in the Business Development unit of the Competitive Cashew Initiative under the German Development Cooperation in Ghana. Her  job description involves researching and development of growth plans for smallholder businesses in the Ghanaian cashew value chain.

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“I am finally a Graduate! 🎉

On 12.01.2022, I graduated from the University of Ghana, Legon with a First Class Honors degree in B.A French & Spanish.

The journey has been a really long and exciting one; Three and a half years in the University of Ghana, 6 months in Universidad de Cádiz in Spain and 1 year in Université de Nantes in France.

I’ll forever cherish the long lasting memories I made during this journey. I am grateful to my teachers, family and friends for the encouragement and support I received along the way.

Within these five years, I have learnt valuable lessons, survived a global pandemic, established lifelong connections, Interacted with people from different cultural backgrounds around the world and experienced two major cultures relevant to my field of study. I can as well confidently communicate in 4 different international languages (English, French, Spanish and Portuguese 😊).

My 5 years of undergraduate studies has been amazing and life changing. I am eternally grateful to God for this experience and I’m excited to move to the next level 🥂

#universityofghana #graduate #classof2022

 

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