A total of 189 students, will on Sunday November 25 graduate from the FC Beauty College.
Certificates in various courses including Hairdressing, Beauty therapy, Cosmetology and Spa Therapy among others, will be awarded to deserving students.
Set to be held at Pavilion A of the Accra International Trade Fair Centre, this year’s ceremony is under the theme: “Vocational training, creating employment and empowering the youth”.
The FC Beauty College continues to offer hope to thousands of young people across the country and beyond.
Led by Medical Aesthetician, Mrs. Grace Amey-Obeng, CEO of the FC Group of Companies, under which the FC Beauty College is wholly-owned, the college continues to be the leading cosmetology training institution in Ghana.
Thousands of students have passed through the institution, acquiring workable and employable skills and are currently using it in their various fields of cosmetology and beauty therapy, both home and abroad.
Started in 1999 at the Lutheran School in Accra with some 3 students, the FC Beauty College has outgrown its initial demand, becoming the preferred school for most young people in the sub region.
With an annual intake of 600 students, the college runs basic specialist and advanced diploma programs all year round with customized course options to choose from.