A young Nigerian doctor named Esther Ejiroghene Ajari has obtained multiple scholarships to four prestigious universities in the United States for her master’s degree studies.
Esther Ajari, a graduate of the University of Ibadan, Nigeria was awarded a scholarship to Duke University, Wharton School, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology to study for her master’s degree.
Esther bagged her bachelor’s degree in Medicine and Surgery (MB;BS) at the University of Ibadan (UI) with a 6.90 over possible 7.00 cumulative grade point She shared her achievement of winning a scholarship on her linkedin.
She described the achievement as a dream come true and answered prayers for her. Esther added that she will be choosing Wharton School, University of Pennyslvania to pursue her masters degree.
”I USED TO PRAY FOR TIMES LIKE THIS! Overwhelmed to announce that after gaining admission and scholarships to some of the world’s greatest institutions (MIT, Duke University, and The Wharton School),” she wrote.
”Last week, I began pursuing my MBA at the Wharton School, the world’s first business school and the school of my dreams,” she added.
Esther mentioned that the forthcoming two years of her studies in the United States will be a period of solemn reflection for her as she sees her opportunity as a responsibility for her to contribute to her society in a positive and impactful way.
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Esther also stated that being the first person in her family and community to attend an IVY LEAGUE school, her priority is to keep the doors open for future generations to come.