A brilliant Nigerian man named Afeez Olalekan Saka has won the prestigious Chevening Scholarship to study for his master’s degree at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom.
Afeez Saka is a Nigerian native who bagged his bachelor’s degree in Health Education at the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. He graduated from the university with a remarkable second-class upper division.
Afeez took to Linkedin to celebrate his achievement of winning the prestigious Chevening full scholarship to study for his master’s. He stated that he will be joining the University of Bristol to study Masters in Education (Learning, Technology, and Society).
He mentioned that he was really excited when he received the application email. Afeez had been on the Chevening Award reserve list for a month and was almost about to give up with mind of applying for the latest one.
He said he believes that the upcoming phase in his career course will improve his work with his non-governmental organization, Literacy for African Child Education and Development (LACED Africa) and Community Tech LAB.
Afeez said he is embarking on a new journey to the University of Bristol with the aim of comprehending socio-technical change and exploring the potential of digital technology to tackle global educational differences.
He expressed his gratitude to all his network of leaders, and his mentors, who helped him with the interview process and gave him good recommendations.
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Afeez also thanked the Chevening Awards for the incredible opportunity and the University of Bristol for believing in his potential. He said he is eagerly anticipating the abundant opportunities that lie ahead in his journey as a Chevening scholar