Lady gets masters at 21 after bagging her first degree 1 year earlier

Lady gets masters at 21 after bagging her first degree 1 year earlier

- A 21-year-old lady, Fatoumata Sankare, has bagged a masters degree in cybersecurity

- The young lady said that she got her degree at the young age of 20, something only she has achieved in her family

- Fatoumata is looking towards starting her doctorate degree in the fall of 2020

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A young lady with the name Fatoumata Sankare has spoken about how she got her masters in cybersecurity at the young age of 21.

The lady said that she was the first to achieve that feat at that young age in her family. It should be noted that she got her degree in the US a year earlier when she was 20 years old.

On her LinkedIn page, Fatoumata said that she has her mind set on starting her PhD in the fall.

She also appreciated everyone who had supported her all throughout her academic pursuit.

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A collage of Fatoumata Sankare in her regular clothes and graduation gown. Photo source: LinkedIn/Fatoumata Sankare

A collage of Fatoumata Sankare in her regular clothes and graduation gown. Photo source: LinkedIn/Fatoumata Sankare
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a Nigerian lady with the name Ololade Fatunmbi shared the good news of her sister, Oluwatobi Fatunmbi, who got her doctorate degree from Howard University in dental surgery.

In sharing the news on her LinkedIn on Wednesday, 27 May, the lady said that they are now three of them in the same home who now have a PhD.

Another thing three of them share in common is that they had their first degree in chemistry and graduated from Lincoln University, the first Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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