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Young African man wins scholarship to US university, earns masters degree

Young African man wins scholarship to US university, earns masters degree
  • A young African identified as Favor chukwueze was awarded a full scholarship to US university.
  • Prior to this, he was a data analyst and a strategic manager.
  • He studied Mathematics at the Evangel University, Akaeze, Nigeria.

A young African man identified as Favor Chukwueze won full scholarship to US university and also earned a Masters degree scholarship as well.

Favor was awarded the full scholarship after he won the Valar  Impact full scholarship to pursue a master’s degree in the Quantic school of Business and Technology, United states.

The young man had bagged a bachelor of science degree in Mathematics at the Evangel university, Akaeze Nigeria.

Young African man wins scholarship for US university

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Man wins scholarship to US university

Favor Chukwueze worked as a data analyst and strategic program manager took to his page on X (formerly known as Twitter) to announce his victory to the world. 

Favour shared his achievement of winning the scholarship on his Twitter stating that he will be pursuing his Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the Quantic School with the Valar Impact Scholarship.

Young African man wins scholarship for US university

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Prior to this accomplishment, she earned her bachelor’s degree in chemistry with high honors (summa cum laude) from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University.

Subsequently, she pursued her neurosurgery degree at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

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