Here is the list of youngest Ghanaians who gained admission into the tertiary institution.
1. The 12 year old boy who gained admission into University of Ghana, Legon.
2. The 13 year old girl who also gained admission into Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science And Technology.
He was taught at home thereafter by his father who took the proactive initiative to provide the family, home - tuition himself in oder not to allow financial circumstances to limit their future prospects.
His father is said to have developed Educational Modules covering Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Essential World History and Geography; The classical Latin language to enhance his children's vocabulary development.
Basic computing concepts and keyboarding skills using information from the West African Examination Council, Cambridge and SAT syllabus. The focus of the home tuition, Viemens father argued, was to provide his children's with a strong functional education in " STEM with Languages " to help them take advantage of the opportunities that the 21st century offers.
Viemens will be reading Diploma In Public Administration under The DE programme.
2. Ruth Ama Gyan - Darkwa:
Ruth Ama is a Ghanaian academic prodigy. She is the youngest to be admitted to the Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science And Technology.
She had her primary and Junior High School education at the Christ our Hope International School and the Abraham Lincoln Junior High School respectively.
She later moved to Justice International School to continued her Junior High School education. Due to her excellent performance, she spent a term or two in various classes and was skipped to the next class.
At the age of nine, while in her first year at Justice International School, she sat for the Basic Education Certificate Examination and passed.
As a result, she gained admission to St. Louis Senior High School where she studied General Science at the age of ten. She completed her secondary level education in the year 2017 at the age of twelve. She later gained admission into Kwame Nkrumah university of Science And Technology to study mathematics, making her the youngest student to be ever admitted to the school.
Her accomplishment attracted financial support from prominent Ghanaians. It was known that the current second lady of the republic of Ghana, pledged to finance her tertiary education and to cater for the medical expenses of her parents.
We wish them the very best as they undertake their studies.
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