17-Yr-Old Ogun Student Gets Scholarships To 14 Foreign Varsities

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17-year-old Oluwafemi Ositade, a member of the Class of 2023 of The Ambassadors College, Ota, Ogun State, has secured full scholarships to multiple Ivy League Universities and other prestigious universities in the United States, Canada, and Qatar.

 

A statement by The Ambassadors College, Ota, Ogun State, revealed that Ositade’s astounding success stemmed from his exceptional performance in the SAT where he achieved a perfect score in Mathematics (800/800), a near-perfect score of 760 out of 800 in reading and writing, and a CGPA of 4.0/4.0 from college, in addition to his other academic and personal achievements.

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It read, “Armed with these remarkable achievements and track record of excellence, Ositade received 14 scholarships from renowned institutions nine of which are full-ride scholarships (covering tuition, accommodation, allowance, and all other student’s expenses).”

 

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Below is the list of the universities that have extended scholarship offers to Ositade, Harvard University, Brown University, Duke University, University of Toronto Lester B Pearson Scholarship, Wesleyan University, Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar, University of Miami, Howard University, Stetson University, Fisk University, University of Toronto Mississauga Campus, University of Toronto St. George Campus, University of Toronto Scarborough Campus and Drexel University.

 

The statement added that the scholarships amounted to $3,511,582.

 

It read, “Oluwafemi’s achievements underscore the plethora of opportunities available for Nigerian youths to thrive on the global academic stage.

 

“Hailing from Ogun State, a region renowned for producing numerous academic scholars and achievers, Oluwafemi has once again solidified and projected Ogun as the hub of academic champions. His remarkable success adds to the illustrious history of academic excellence associated with Ogun State.

 

“His academic prowess extends beyond standardized tests. In the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, with a score of 358, he ranked as the second best in Nigeria for the year 2023. Additionally, in the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examination, Oluwafemi’s results were among the highest in his school, boasting 8A1s and 1B2. It is also worthy of note that Oluwafemi has represented his schools in lots of local and international competitions where he has also proven his academic prowess with many laurels won by himself and his schools,” it read.

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The statement added that Ositade had a passion for Quantum Computing and Mathematics, and intended to pursue a degree in Computational Physics.

 

Ositade revealed that these feats couldn’t have been possible without his zeal and the preparatory efforts of his alma mater, The Ambassadors College, Ota (a Christian Co-Educational School).

 

“The school’s structured academic program, blending British and Nigerian curricula, equips students with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel on both local and international platforms. Offering classes and specialized courses such as SAT, IELTS, and A-levels, the school ensures that students like Oluwafemi not only achieve stellar academic results but also position themselves for coveted scholarships in Ivy League universities.”

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