A brilliant Nigerian Lady, Ihilesen Opeyemi Ehimiaghe has achieved an exceptional feat in the United Kingdom after earning a Doctorate degree (PhD) in Law from Lancaster University, UK, without having a Master of Law degree.
Ihilesen Opeyemi Ehimiaghe celebrated her achievement on Linkedin noting that she was given a Master’s degree waiver after earning her Bachelor’s of Law degree with an outstanding performance.
Ihilesen Opeyemi Ehimiaghe was the best graduating student at Lancaster University’s Faculty of Law in 2017 after bagging outstanding first-class honours.
As a recognition of her exceptional performance, she was granted a Master’s degree waiver to allow her to enrol for a PhD immediately. She was also granted several scholarships and funding awards to pursue her Doctorate of Law degree.
“I was conferred with a Doctorate in Law (PhD) from Lancaster University. When I started my PhD in 2017, after receiving a master’s waiver on account of excellent academic performance, I looked forward to this day with anticipation,” she wrote on Linkedin.
“Though the journey was not always smooth sailing, I remain thankful for the tremendous support and back-to-back funding I received from Lancaster University,” she added.
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During her studies at Lancaster University, Lancashire, England, she served as the President- Lancaster University Afro-Caribbean Society and other positions.
Ihilesen Opeyemi thanked everyone that contributed to her success. She recalled how suffered huge setbacks when she lost her mother and father during her studies. “Five years after losing my mum (my only surviving parent at the time) mid-way through my final year of university, things are surprisingly falling into pleasant places for me,” she said.
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She currently works as a solicitor for a Law firm in the United Kingdom.