A young man named Alfred Abaji who bagged a first-class degree in Industrial Chemistry from the Modibbo Adama University of Technology (MAUTECH) Nigeria has won the prestigious United Kingdom Commonwealth scholarship for his postgraduate studies.
Alfred Abaji obtained his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Chemistry at the Modibbo Adama University of Technology (MAUTECH). He graduated from the university with first-class honors.
Alfred’s excellent academic performance earned him the prestigious Commonwealth Shared Scholarship to further his postgraduate studies. He shared his achievement of winning the scholarship on his LinkedIn.
He stated that he would be pursuing a Master’s in Environmental Engineering at Newcastle University, United Kingdom with the full scholarship awarded to him by the Commonwealth Association.
He mentioned that the incredible opportunity would transform the course of his life and provide him with the skills to make a tangible impact.
Alfred expressed his gratitude to everyone who has supported, believed in, contributed to his application, and encouraged him in the course of his educational journey.
Alfred said their love and encouragement have fueled his determination to aim high, and promises to make the most of the scholarship, to learn, and to grow. He stated that he is anticipating a promising future, exciting new adventures, and the aspiration to contribute to a better Nigeria.
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In another story, a young man named Je-heil Smith who bagged a first-class degree in Computer Science at the University of West Indies, Jamaica has won the prestigious United Kingdom Chevening scholarship for his postgraduate studies.
Je-heil Smith obtained his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at the University of West Indies, Kingston Jamaica. He graduated from the university with first-class honors of 3.81 over 4.00 cumulative grade points. Read more about Smith HERE.