- Roselyn Yeboah, a brilliant Ghanaian lady has graduated from British Columbia University with a master's degree in Materials Engineering
- Her education was fully-funded through the benevolence of Professor David Dreisinger who never met her but only acted based on recommendation
- Prior to her studies in Canada, Roselyn attained BSc in Minerals Engineering at UMAT
A young Ghanaian lady by name Roselyn Yeboah has graduated with a master's degree in Materials Engineering from the University of British Columbia in Canada.
According to Roselyn, in a narration sighted by Briefly.co.za on her LinkedIn handle, her graduation took place on June 17, 2020, three years after she was granted full tuition by a professor at the university that she had never met.
Roselyn recalls that Professor David Dreisinger took a chance on her and gave her the opportunity to do the master's under his supervision with full funding.
The professor had never met Roselyn but only acted based on a recommendation he received from Dr Kodjo Afewu who believed in Roselyn's dreams and understood her challenges.
Roselyn who comes from Koforidua in Ghana studied BSc in Minerals engineering at the University of Mines and Technology, Tarkwa from 2011 to 2015.
Roselyn Yeboah's story shows how powerful it is to lend helping hands to people who genuinely need assistance, as that can transform their life immensely.
In another interesting report by Briefly.co.za, Simphiwe Mareen Moleko has shared her greatest achievement online. She gushed at finally receiving her Bachelor's Degree in science and information technology from North-West University.
She captioned the photo with the following:
The girlie just got delivered. My biggest achievement thus far
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