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IMSU First Class Graduate Bags Commonwealth Shared Scholarship (Fully Funded), Moves To United Kingdom

IMSU First Class Graduate Bags Commonwealth Shared Scholarship (Fully Funded), Moves To United Kingdom

IMSU FIRST CLASS GRADUATE BAGS COMMONWEALTH SHARED SCHOLARSHIP (FULLY FUNDED), MOVES TO UNITED KINGDOM.

Chizaram Winners Ndubueze, a Medical Scientist, First Class graduate cum Best Graduating Student Medical Laboratory Science Department, IMSU Class of 2018; bags a commonwealth shared scholarship at University of Chester, United kingdom.

In a hearty post on his Facebook page, he shared “I had to pinch myself severally to be so sure this isn’t a dream. Of a truth, God makes everything beautiful in His time.

Three months after throwing in my application, I received that mail that changed the course of my life.

Here in the United Kingdom, I’ll be studying for MSc in Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine at the University of Chester.

Having lost my grandmother to diabetes mellitus, I am particularly interested in the regeneration of new pancreatic tissues for the management of diabetes.

There are other NCDs which I am passionate about mitigating their scourge through tissue engineering/regeneration. As an infectious disease enthusiast, on a long term plan, I would be looking at the application of stem cells in combating infectious diseases.

This is a dream come true for me. I am not where I want to be yet but this is an indication that God is intentional about me- a marker of His faithfulness and exceeding grace.

I’m eternally grateful to the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office, Commonwealth Scholarship, and the University of Chester for this golden opportunity. I’ll definitely maximize it and make positive impacts in the health sector, starting from my beloved country, Nigeria, and to the rest of the world.

Special thanks to my lecturers at the Department of Medical Laboratory Science, Imo State University- Assoc. Prof. (Mrs.) Joy Dike-Ndudim, Dr. (Mrs.) Helen Udujih, and Dr. (Mrs.) Oluchi Aloy-amadi- for providing those excellent recommendation letters.

To my parents and siblings, my support system and greatest cheerleaders, for everything, I owe you my life.

Not forgetting the scholars who are always looking out for me: Archibong, Joy Jacob, and Christopher. Of course, special shout-out to Agboga, whose YouTube Channel’s contents, helped simplified the application process. I appreciate you all.

To the people who are always there to hold my hand, my close friends, I’ll always choose you guys.

To you, who have read this epistle to this stage; you who are still grinding/pushing despite the odds, I implore you to never give up. Trust me, God is never late. You’ll testify soon.

I’ll be glad to offer help to those of you considering studying abroad and/or on scholarship. Just send a DM to any of the platforms below. I’ll attend to all as God strengthens me.

IMSU Health Science graduates now scores hat-trick in bagging successful scholarship programs at the global stage.

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