A brilliant Nigerian Engineer, Peter Oyefolu who graduated with a first-class degree in Chemical Engineering has beaten over 7,000 applicants to win the EducationUSA scholarship to enrol in any United States university.
Peter Oyefolu attended the University of Benin, South-South, Nigeria for his undergraduate degree where he bagged a first-class in Chemical Engineering.
After a few years of hard work and dedication, Peter got won the EducationUSA Scholarship to study up to his PhD level in the United States of America. The EducationUSA Scholarship awards academically qualified and highly motivated, low-income students to study in the USA Fully Funded.
The 2022 version of the scholarship opened in April 2022 – Details about the Fully Funded EducationUSA scholarship can be found HERE.
Celebrating his achievement, Peter said he busted into tears when he received the email from the United States Embassy that he has been awarded the scholarship.
“I bursted into tears of joy when I received this mail from EducationUSA Lagos. I couldn’t believe my eyes! It really takes a touch of favor and grace to be one of the 27 selected OFP Scholars out of 7000 applicants,” he wrote on Linkedin.
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Peter thanked his university lecturers including the Head of Department of the Chemical Engineering Department, Associate Professor Mrs. Eghe Oyedoh for helping his throughout his study.
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“Yes! we did it! You pushed for it, and God brought it home. God bless you ma for the never ending support,” he said.