Tuesday, August 9, 2016

17 year old Nigerian girl secures admission in 13 Universities

A 17-year- old girl, Serena Omo-Lamai, has been granted admission to study in 13 universities in America and Canada. Omo-Lamai, who graduated from Dowen College, Lekki, Lagos, last year, however, opted for Syracuse University, United States, to study Bio-Medical Engineering.

Some of the universities  where she was offered admission include Emory University, Georgia Institute of Technology, New York University, among others.
The teenager, who aspires to be a medical engineer, disclosed that she would study medicine as a second degree.
“I feel very honored and I feel it is an opportunity to work harder. I know that I have to justify the offer. I chose Syracuse University because it has a very good research lab and the offer came with $51,000 scholarship. I have always loved Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Geography.
“My hope is to study medicine for a second degree, but I would love to be a medical engineer. Most of the medical equipment in the country are imported and I would like a situation where medical equipment is manufactured here in Nigeria.
“My parents are my role models, but I am also inspired by anyone who is hard working, anyone who puts so much efforts into what they do,” she said.

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