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Brilliant Nigerian Lady Gets Admission From 11 Top Universities

This Nigerian lady, Franka Anyama got 10 foreign admissions letters to
study for M.Sc in ten different foreign universities. She is right now
searching for a sponsor.

Below is what the young lady, who couldn’t contain her joy, has to say:

Relevance has always been a measure of one’s value and to add value to
ones life, one must pursue interest and goals with vigour. My name is
Franka Anyama Undie a Cross River State indigene.

I grew up in a family where we have to compete for everything, —
_compete for who was the best in academics, House chores and board
games_ .

I developed a passion for technology, business, management, arithmetics
and record computation which led me to studying Accountancy as my first
degree.

During my degree program, I was very active in many facets of University
life. I completed a number of voluntary internship on holidays, working
for small business owners.

This gave me an opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge in a practical setting.

I also conducted a number of personal community development projects
like organizing free ICT trainings, giving motivational talks in
colleges, organizing health campaigns and bringing together a team to
ensure environmental sanitation is properly carried out in my community.

Interestingly, none of these community development services hindered my
educational pursuit as I bagged a second class upper upon graduation.

I believe that anything one dreams of, there is just a helper away, we
just need the right scenario and connection, and anything can be
achieved.

With determination and the right people to encourage you and guide you,
one can achieve a great amount of success that will bring a positive
change to the society.

I continually aspire growth and development which is why I applied and
got admissions into eleven different schools for the 2019/2020 academic
session.

I wanted to make sure I am the best. I wanted to prove to myself that I
was worthy enough and anyone who wants to help me actualize my life’s
goal will also see in me the same potentials I see in myself –
_Determination and excellence_ .

So, I didn’t just gain admission into two or three schools, out of luck,
but I secured admissions into the following Universities and courses:

1) Griffith College Dublin: MSc in International Business and Law.

2) University of Essex: MSc Actuarial Science.

3) University of Sussex: Master of Science Information Technology with Business and Management.

4) Cranfield University: MSc Management and Information Systems.

5) University of Dundee: MSc International Oil and Gas Management.

6) University of Manchester: MSc Management and Information Systems: Change and Development.

7) Loughborough University: MSc Information Management and Business Technology.

8) University of Strathclyde: MSc International Management.

9) University of Nottingham: Master of Science Information Systems and Operations Management.

10) London School of Economics: Masters of Science in Management of Information Systems and Digital Innovation.

11) University of Greenwich: MSc Global Oil and Gas Management.

Out of all the courses I feel so passionate about _the Masters of
Science Information Technology with Business and Management_ offered at
University of Sussex, maybe because of what it encompasses and how it
accurately fits into my career goals and ambitions.

My desire to study abroad stems from a dearth of equivalent professional
programs offered in Nigeria. The future of technology, business,
appropriate data management and financial reports in Nigeria will demand
a workforce with a specialized skill set.

With the sponsorship which I seek, I will be able to actualize my
academic/career goal and dream of acquiring the requisite academic
training which would position me to meet this emerging career/workplace
demand and also pioneer the architecture, management and protection of
business and companies in Nigeria.

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Tony Orji

Dr. Tony Orji is the founder and owner of Success Tonics Blog. He is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

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