A brilliant African lady named Mobolaji Blessing who won a full scholarship from the Commonwealth has bagged a master’s degree from Cranfield University in the United Kingdom.
Blessing Mobolaji is a Nigerian-born who moved to the United Kingdom to further her studies. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria.
After her bachelor’s, Blessing proceeded to bag a master’s degree at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria after which she won the Commonwealth Shared scholarship to study for masters at Cranfield University.
She shared her achievement of bagging her master’s at Cranfield University expressing her gratitude to the Commonwealth Association for giving her the opportunity to study her dream course.
Blessing bagged a master’s degree in Water Quality and Wastewater Treatment Management at the university. ” I made it. I bagged the MSc. Super grateful for the opportunity to study my dream course #waterandwastewater #engineering at #cranfielduniversity on the#Commonwealthsharedscholarship,” she said.
Blessing mentioned that her major challenge was being away from her kids while studying which made it demanding but she is glad they were able to survive. She thanked them for their sacrifices.
She stated that she does not regret choosing Cranfield University adding that she enjoyed studying there. Blessing said the highlight of the program was knowing that her research was to solve real-life problems and answer real-life questions, not theoretical ones
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Blessing noted that she has acquired more knowledge in water and wastewater treatment and has developed relevant skills for the next phase of her life. She thanked her supportive parents and siblings, acknowledging that her achievements would not have been possible without them.
She stated that she is thankful for the wonderful brothers and sisters the Commonwealth has introduced into her life, stating that she formed connections that will benefit her for a long time.
Blessing is currently studying for her doctorate degree at Cranfield University, United Kingdom.