Ghanaian girl studying at Stanford gets straight PhD from Carnegie & wins offer from Microsoft

Ghanaian girl studying at Stanford gets straight PhD from Carnegie & wins offer from Microsoft

- Abena Boadi-Agyemang, a Ghanaian lady studying Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University has gotten a massive offer from Microsoft

- The brilliant girl has also been accepted into multiple PhD programs and she is set to attend Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute

- Interestingly, due to the processing period between some of her activities, Abena was compelled to decline the offer from Microsoft

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A brilliant Ghanaian young lady by the name Abena Boadi-Agyemang has won for herself a massive offer from Microsoft whilst studying for her BSc in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University.

In a narration sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn handle of Abena's sister, Akosua, it was indicated that she will graduate from the Stanford University School of Engineering in June 2021

Simultaneously, she has also been accepted into multiple PhD programs and has accepted to attend Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute this fall.

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Ghanaian girl studying at Stanford gets straight PhD from Carnegie & wins offer from Microsoft
Ghanaian girl studying at Stanford gets straight PhD from Carnegie & wins offer from Microsoft Credit: LinkedIn, Akosua Boadi-Agyemang
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Moreover, Abena has, in addition, received an offer from the highly competitive Microsoft Research Internship Program for summer 2021.

"However, between processing period of OPT immigration work auth, transferring sevis, moving cross country, & starting PhD in Aug etc., Abena made the difficult decision to forego internship this summer.
"This was disappointing for her, but not the last you’ll hear of her w/ Microsoft. Clearly #Microsoft has an eye for the Boadi-Agyemang sisters!" Abena's excited sister said.

According to Akosua, she decided to share Abena's story as a way of celebrating the genius young lady for her admirable grit through undergrad, journey to grad school, immigration, and accepting only to decline an offer to do what she loves.

In another exciting report, Atoapoma Yeboah Asuama, a 19-year-old Ghanaian student has graduated from the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG) as the youngest for the class of 2021.

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According to edwardasare.com, Yeboah was able to attain this feat whilst studying at the University of Ghana at the same time.

Combining both studies, the genius young man was able to complete his studies last year and subsequently received his accreditation over the weekend.

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