First years are getting ready for school. During this period, they are full of fun and aspirations for the University life.
Here are some of your favourite female celebrities who used to be students of the various Universities you are preparing for.
Grace Kaki Awo Ocansey known in showbiz circles as Kaakie is a dancehall artiste with the High Grade family. The Dancehall Diva is an old student of Achimota school. She had he tertiary education at the Univerisity of Ghana where she read Bsc Nursing.
Born Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, she is known in the showbiz circles as Sister Debbie. She is an old student of Wesley Girls High School. From Wesley Girls, she proceeded to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where she studied publishing studies.
Jane Awindor, known in showbiz as Efya is an old student of Yaa Asantewaa Girls and a graduate of the University of Ghana where she studied Theater Arts and Music.
Becca as she is affectionately called is an old Student of Wesley Girls Senior High School. After her High School education, she travelled outside the country to further her studies. She came back and enrolled in GIMPA.
Yvonne Okoro is an old student of Mfantsiman Girls High School. She proceeded to University of Ghana where she studied English and Linguistics.
Yvonne Nelson is an old student of Aggrey Memorial Senior High School. From there she enrolled with Central University College where she studied Human Resource Management.
A product of Achimota School, Berla Mundi is a known name in the Entertainment industry. She holds a first class in Psychology and Linguistics from the University of Ghana.
TV and Radio personality, Naa Ashorkor is an old student of Benkum Senior High School. From Benkum, she moved to Ghana Institute of Journalism where she did her first Degree.
SHIRLEY FRIMPONG MANSO
Movie producer and director, Shirley Frimpong Manso is a product of National Film and Television Instituite.
Adomaa is a new face in the music industry. However, she is making gradual waves. After completing Wesley Girls High School, Adomaa moved to the Ghana Institute of Journalism.