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.
Oluwabunmi was awarded a cash prize worth of 18,000 dollars by the Mastercard Foundation Startup Awards for her remarkable performance at the University. She took to LinkedIn to celebrate her achievement of graduating from the Canadian University with a huge success stating that she is proud of the result of her hard work.
”Masters bagged! Today, I am grateful to have graduated with a distinction and a perfect CGPA (4.0/4.0) at McGill University, Canada (M.A. Education and Society). I had a total of 15A’s in all of my courses, a milestone that I am proud of! So much hard work,” she wrote.
Oluwabunmi also excelled at the 2022 McGill Dobson Bootcamp & Cup Competitions, where she won first place by presenting the concept of her firm, the Smart Innovation Hub, to a large audience.
She co-founded Smart Innovation Hub while earning her master’s at McGill University and was still able to graduate from the university with an excellent grade. Oluwabunmi is the first-ever female Nigerian-selected Scholar at McGill University and one of the two Nigerian scholars selected for the 2020 scholars.
She expressed gratitude to the Mastercard Foundation Scholars Program for giving her the opportunity to visit and live in Canada, saying that her accomplishments and records would not have been possible without the award.
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Oluwabunmi said she feels really great about her achievement noting that she is happy that she made her late parents proud. She also said she is glad because she put in all the effort and is grateful that everything counted off.