A brilliant lady known as Vee K. on Linkedin has achieved a tremendous success after bagging a Master’s Degree in International Educational Policy from Harvard University Graduate School of Education, USA and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Oxford, UK.
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She shared her educational journey on Linkedin, narrating that she got her Master’s Degree Certificate before getting her Bachelor’s Degree Certificate.
She explained that the pandemic of 2020 forced the University of Oxford to postpone their convocation ceremony, and she has already been awarded a Master’s Degree at Harvard University in the United States before the University of Oxford called her for the Bachelor’s Degree Convocation.
“The pandemic made us postpone the ceremony & I got my masters before my undergrad. BUT better late than never!!!” she wrote on her Linkedin.
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Both the University of Oxford, United Kingdom (UK) and Harvard University, United States of America (USA) are leading Universities in the UK and USA, popular for training special and the best students around the world.
Vee K, a citizen of Zimbabwe, enrolled for her Bachelor’s Degree in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Oxford United Kingdom. After completing her Bachelor’s Degree, she proceeded for her Master’s Degree at Harvard University, United States of America (USA) in 2020.
She concluded her Master’s Degree in 2021 at the prestigious United States University.
“I’m so grateful for this experience! 4 years at Oxford University was NOT easy! I Started there in 2016 on the Foundation Year, then I launched my YouTube channel, met my best- friends, grew into the woman I today and my life changed forever. Thank you Oxford, you gave me more than I could have asked for,” she wrote on Linkedin.
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