- A beautiful young lady is celebrating submitting her PhD thesis to the University of Oxford in the UK
- Nelisa N Tebeka is a student of the Department of Physiology at the world-renowned university
- She shared her accomplishment to Twitter and tweeps are loving her hard work ethic and dedication to her studies
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A stunning young lady has taken to social media to celebrate submitting her PhD thesis. @NchimunyaTebeka (Nelisa N Tebeka) is a PhD student at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.
According to her Twitter bio, she is a student of the Department of Physiology. She is also a Rhodes Scholar and is researching Type 1 Diabetes. Nelisa posed with her iPad showing the cover of her thesis and uploaded it to the social networking site.
She has received an influx of love and support from Twitter users. Many tweeps have taken to her replies to congratulate her on her hard work. Her tweet has received over 11 000 likes and over 700 retweets.
Take a look at her original tweet below:
Take a look at what some tweeps had to say to her:
"Congratulations. You have done your best. From here, there is nothing that you can do. Whatever the feedback, know that you gave your best."
"Congratulations @NchimunyaTebeka for completing your PhD. This is a big leap and the world is awaiting you to bring that new knowledge and start to turn challenges into opportunities. Well done."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a young doctor who gushed about becoming a professor. Twitter user Cam Modisane recently took to the app to share some pretty exciting news - he has just received and accepted a job offer.
He is now an associate professor in the College of Accounting Science. Along with the news, cam shared a picture of his appointing letter from the University of South Africa, where he will be taking up the position as a professor.
The young doctor also shared that he will be helping aspiring accountancy students achieve their dreams. Twitter users quickly flocked to the comment section to congratulate Dr Cam on his success. Twitter user, @Kudzeezy said:
"Congratulations and wishing you all the best in your new role."
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