A young Nigerian lady named Kehinde Oladeji has achieved a remarkable feat by securing both a Master’s degree scholarship and a lecturer position at Western Michigan University, United States at the same time.
Kehinde Oladeji secured a fully funded scholarship to study for her master’s degree at Western Michigan University, United States, and at the same time was offered a position as a graduate teaching assistant at the same University.
Kehinde shared her achievement of winning both a scholarship and job offer on her Twitter stating how eager and excited she is about her offers. She mentioned that she never thought of earning a scholarship as she believed it was only available for straight A’s students.
She said it was a mentor who encouraged her to apply for scholarships in the United States since she had a great profile. Kehinde stated that she applied to five universities with a doubtful mind.
Fortunately, a few months after she had dropped her applications, she was awarded a fully funded scholarship to study for a Master of Arts degree in Communication at Western Michigan University, United States.
Kehinde added that she was not only offered a scholarship to study for her master’s at the university but she was also offered a job as a Graduate Teaching Assistant lecturing undergraduate students in the university.
”Months down the line I received my first fully funded offer to study Communication at Western Michigan University. I would not only be a student but also a lecturer teaching undergraduate students,” she said.
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Kehinde bagged her bachelor’s degree in Russian language at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria in 2016. She then proceeded to National Open University Nigeria for her post-graduate studies in Mass Communication and Media Studies.
She expressed her gratitude to her mentor for his support, encouragement, and guidance all through her application process. Kehinde also thanked her family, professors and lecturers who recommended her to the university.