Attaining the best education is one of those things people always wished for and for some Nigerians, the goal is to study or further their education abroad. Harvest University which was established in 1636 in Cambridge, Massachusetts is among the best and stand out higher institution in the world.
Getting to Harvard is never an easy fit as the experience itself is a very different one from the normal universities and a lady named Aramide happens to among those apportioned to the prestigious school who recently graduated with Distinction. But like every Nigerian hoping for a good education, Aramide's story didn't just begin today as it was through the help of Nigerians online she was able to fundraise $68,000 in three weeks to get into Harvard back in 2020.
Fast forward to 2021, the 21-year-old said going to Harvard was a daunting ride for her as she couldn't take a no for an answer and that was why she decided to fundraise her tuition fee and as she graduates with a full distinction result, she's grateful for all those who believed in her.
Apart from being an alumnus of Harvard Graduate School of Education, the young lady is also a first-class Economics graduate from Covenant University.