Malala Yousafzai Got Into Oxford University And The Whole World Is Like, “Shabaash!”

By Iman Zia | 17 Aug, 2017

Malala has come a long, long way. The philanthropist has molded herself into a voice for all those impoverished and in the dark. To represent Pakistanis in such a fantastic way is absolutely breathtaking and all the more heart warming.

Now, a dazzling dream has come true for Malala Yousafzai, and it’s only just we all celebrate. 

Source: Financial Times

Malala delightfully tweeted the news that she has been accepted into Oxford University.

The UN Messenger of Peace tweeted the outstanding announcement to her 781k followers, before congratulating all A Level graduates who were awaiting their results. Malala is set to study Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Lady Margaret Hall – a highly prestigious college at Oxford, and will be following Benazir Bhutto, who too studied there.

Personalities from around the world poured in their heartiest praises, be it, J.K. Rowling…

…or politicians back home…

 …and singers alike, all who couldn’t be more thrilled

It comes as a lovely turn of events for the Nobel Peace Prize winner, who lives in Birmingham, U.K.

Many took this opportune moment to congratulate her father too for such wonderful news

 

To which Mr. Yousafzai swiftly responded in a humble manner

And tweeted an incredibly emotional message too regarding his daughter’s offer

 

 Today really is a great, great day

And it’s only just the beginning for Ms. Yousafzai.

 Well and truly the beginning!

We wish Ms. Yousafzai all the very best, we’re so tremendously proud and honored to have Malala represent us.

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