- A recent University of Oxford graduate has resorted to internet users to celebrate successfully completing her second degree
- In a LinkedIn post, Adeola Bamisaiye shared that she got a distinction after pursuing her master's degree in International Health and Tropical Medicine
- She thanked ExxonMobil for granting her a full scholarship to study abroad and fulfil her dream and also appreciated everyone who supported her journey
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An overjoyed young lady by the name of Adeola Bamisaiye has recently taken to social media to announce her latest academic feat.
In a LinkedIn post, the driven lady shared that she successfully graduated from the University of Oxford with distinction. She pursued a master's degree in International Health and Tropical Medicine.
I am delighted to have completed my MSc in International Health and Tropical Medicine at the University of Oxford with distinction. This has truly been a transformative experience for me, and I have learnt so much about health, particularly in resource-limited settings.
She thanked ExxonMobil for giving her full funding, which enabled her to pursue her dream. Adeola also used the opportunity to thank her course director, academic advisor, family and other individuals who made her study at Oxford a positive one.
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University of Oxford Acceptee Celebrates Gaining Admission To Top UK School After Calling It Into Existence
Still, on students of the University of Oxford, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a driven young man recently won the admiration of many after opening up about how he got accepted into the University of Oxford.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn timeline of @ojayansola_oxford had him recounting that he came to know about a master's program offered at the University of Oxford and hoped to pursue it someday. Therefore, he began calling it into existence, and it has become a reality.
I learnt about the Oxford MLF as far back as 2016 and as daily reminder of this dream, I decided to change my display name on Instagram to “Sage of Oxford” (on the one hand, as a prophetic performance and on the other, as a professional compass that helped me get rid of irrelevant goals and interests)
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Ayansola shared the importance of calling a desired future into existence and how that impacted this journey;
"Manifesting and always picturing myself in Oxford gave me all the confidence I needed to strive to achieve that. The Universe really gives unto us what we ask for, but it does not come on a silver platter. You have to put in the work and desire it more and more everyday. I'm glad I did that", he said.
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