A young Ghanaian farmer namerd Benedict Asare has shared details as regards his recently achieved feat. On his LinkedIn profile, he said that he had been awarded a full scholarship to study at the University of East Anglia in the UK.
“I used to be known as the farmer in a suit. I go farming on the weekdays and the weekends, get dressed up and have fun. I’m aware that I haven’t written about farming recently. I’ve simply halted and want to do some research, not stop. At the University of East Anglia’s Sainsbury Laboratory, I have already begun that voyage. Wish me luck and let’s make farming a safe, enjoyable activity.
When Benedict Asare eventually secured a full-time offer to study at the University of East Anglia in the UK, he stated that he had started applying for scholarships to study overseas in 2019 but had been rejected thus far.
“I began submitting in 2019.” I was admitted to some, but there were no scholarships. I applied for this one last year but was turned down, then I tried again this year and the Lord looked favorably upon me.
I was accepted to the majority of UK universities, including the Universities of Leeds, Essex, Aberdeen, Aberystwyth, Sheffield, Queensland University, and Wageningen University in the Netherlands, but none of them offered scholarships, or they only offered me small ones worth around £5,000 until I found this one, which was fully funded.
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