A brilliant Nigerian Lady known as Oluwabunmi Amosu has bagged her Masters’s Degree from McGill University, Montreal, Canada with an outstanding 100% academic record.
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Oluwabumi who won the Mastercard Scholarship to study in Canada celebrated her outstanding feat through her Linkedin page. She graduated from McGill University in Montreal, Canada with a Master’s Degree in Education and Society.
She had a 100% record, having aced all her courses to acquire an extraordinary 4.00 out of the possible 4.00 grade point average.
“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),” she said on Linkedin.
Explaining what her record means, she said she had 15As in all of the courses she took throughout the programme and is proud of her record-breaking achievement.
“I had a total of 15A’s in all of my courses, a milestone that I am proud of! So much hard-work,” she said.
Oluwabunmi has been an extraordinary student right from her undergraduate studies. She graduated with a First class Bachelor’s Degree from the Lagos State University, South-West, Nigeria.
She went on to win the prestigious MasterCard Scholarship award that sponsored and funded her Masters study at the McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
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Oluwabunmi wrote; Allow me to reintroduce myself: First class, LASU, Nigeria; Winner and participant of MCF Summer Program @ Sciences Po, France; Distinction, McGill University, Canada; Winner of Dobson (MCF Awards).”
She dedicated her success to her beloved father who died exactly one year ago. “Dear Papa, today I walk across the stage in honor of you. I hope you and mummy are proud of me in heaven,” she wrote.
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