A brilliant Ghanaian lady by name Crystal Ahiable, has celebrated graduating from Cranfield University, UK with a Distinction in her Master’s Degree Program. She bagged the award of Master’s of Science in Geographical Information Management using a Fully Funded Commonwealth Scholarship Award.
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Celebrating her feat through her Linkedin, she expressed her gratefulness to the United Kingdom Commonwealth Scholarship body as she benefitted from the fully funded award of the year 2020.
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Crystal Ahiable, a graduate of Geography and Resource Development from the University of Ghana won the 2020 Commonwealth Scholarship, availing her the opportunity to study a Fully Funded Scholarship at Cranfield University, UK.
She took to her Linkedin profile to celebrate bagging a Distinction in the University despite the fact that she had a poor start.
“It feels so surreal considering I had a very shaky beginning. I remember the disappointment I felt after my first 2 grades were released and I kept asking myself “64?????What happened???”. But as the saying goes, the end is what really matters,” she wrote.
She thanked the United Kingdom Commonwealth Scholarship and Cranfield University for seeing her through the completion of her Master’s Degree. She also thanked her lecturers, family and friends for all their support, love and prayers.
“The challenge was worthwhile because I knew I had you all cheering me on in the backstage. Again, your girl has made you proud and yet it is still just the beginning,” she said.
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