A 24-year-old Lady named Blossom Egbude won the prestigious Mastercard Foundation to study for her master’s at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Blossom Egbude was awarded the prestigious fully-funded Mastercard Foundation Scholarship to further her postgraduate studies in the United Kingdom. She obtained her bachelors degree in Law at Afe Babalola University, Nigeria.
Blossom graduated from the university with first-class honors. She proceeded to Nigerian Law School where she was inducted as the barrister and solicitor of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
She took to LinkedIn to share her achievement of winning the Mastercard Foundation to study her master’s stating that she was awarded the scholarship to study a master of philosophy (MPhil) in Public Policy at the University of Cambridge.
”I am excited to share that I have been awarded the prestigious fully-funded Mastercard Foundation Scholarship to pursue an MPhil in Public Policy at the University of Cambridge,” she wrote.
Blossom said over the past two years, she has been deeply involved in the world of public policy adding that with the opportunity she is eager to further expand her influence and expertise in the field.
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In another story, a brilliant Nigerian lady named Oluwabunmi Amosun has bagged a master’s degree with a 100% grade at McGill University, Canada, and was awarded 18,000 dollars for her remarkable performance.
Oluwabunmi Amosun bagged her master’s in Education and Society at McGill University, Canada with a perfect 4.00 over 4.00 grade point. She was enrolled in the university as a beneficiary of the MasterCard Foundation Scholarship. Read more about Amosun HERE.