Black man receives scholarships to 4 UK universities

Black man receives scholarships to 4 UK universities
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Adebisi Yusuff won Scholarships in four different UK universities

After graduating with a first-class degree in pharmacy, a black man receives scholarships to four UK universities at the same time.

With his first-class degree in Pharmacy, an African man named Adebisi Yusuff Adebayo was offered scholarships to four (4) world-class universities in the United Kingdom.

The young man began his higher education journey at the University of Ibadan in the South-West and graduated with an outstanding first-class Bachelor of Pharmacy degree (B.Pharm).

Adebisi applied for scholarships in the United Kingdom after receiving such an outstanding degree, as his passion for research remains his top priority.

According to him, he applied for scholarships at four top UK universities: the University of Oxford, the University of Cambridge, the University of Nottingham, and the University of Southampton, and his applications were accepted by all four.
First, the University of Cambridge approached him a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Population Health Sciences, followed by an MPH in Global Health. The Universities of Southampton and Oxford both offered him MScs in Global Health and Global Health Science and Epidemiology.

Nonetheless, Yusuff, who was left to make his own decision, has decided to enroll at the prestigious University of Oxford on a fully funded scholarship, according to his LinkedIn post.

He shared the story on his LinkedIn page, writing:

“It is a privilege to be one of the eight Commonwealth Shared Scholars elected by the University of Oxford and to have been accepted into this highly competitive program,” says the scholar.

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