- A young South African man has graduated with a Master's degree from one of the most prestigious tertiary institutes in the world - Oxford University
- Tshwanelo Matsane shared his amazing journey on the Varsity World Facebook page recently
- Facebook users took to the comments section to share their pride and congratulate the young man on his achievement
A local man has shared his inspiring story of completing a Master's of Business Administration at the University of Oxford in England. Oxford is one of the leading and most prestigious universities in the world.
Tshwanelo Matsane shared his story to Varsity World on Facebook. He said he had gone to Oxford to "see" what learners were accomplishing with their time. Graduating from such a renowned university is a massive step. He shared:
"I also came to SEE how undeniably human they (learners) are. I came to increase my exposure and raise my expectations for the dent that I could make on my chosen problem areas. With this newfound exposure and network, back to South Africa I go."
"So many opportunities to seize, so many problems to solve! Now I know for sure that making a dent is possible - I've made great friends with other humans who have, so why can't I?" he added.
Tshwanelo received so much positivity from Facebook users. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the comments left for the young graduate.
Mmaphuti Maggie said:
"Congratulations my brother, come back home."
Omolemo Molefe commented:
Michael Towner shared:
"Congratulations young leader!"
Ngqabutho Moyo added:
"Congratulations. This is a great achievement!"
In other news about SA students making international waves, YEN.com.gh recently reported on a brilliant SA student who walked away with an international scholarship. A somatology student from the Central University of Technology (CUT) based in Bloemfontein, Free State is the recipient of the global Cidesco International and Babor Student Scholarship Programme.
Cidesco International, a popular beauty and education association, partnered with Babor, a German luxury skincare company, to offer Palesa Motaung this scholarship. Palesa said with regards to the scholarship:
"I feel blessed above all else. When I think about the financial challenges that I have faced since my first year and the sacrifices that my parents made, being able to tell them about the scholarship was a moment I will always carry with me."
Source: Yen Ghana