Nigerian academic with experiences in public service, Dr Joe Abah, celebrated his academic wins on twitter on Wednesday, September 11.
He said LinkedIn, the social platform connecting professionals, reminded him that his affiliation with Maastricht Graduate School of Governance of Maastricht University in the Netherland has been 10 years.
It should be noted that the graduate school was founded in 2004 and currently has 164 students.
According to the information on the school’s website, the institution is under the United Nations University as it teaches professionals and researcher on apt analysis of policies, risk assessment, policies, and techniques in policy research monitor and design.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Bello Sambo Bello, a young academic doctor and engineer from Katsina state, revealed how he bagged his PhD at the age of 30.
In an interview, the engineer said that he finished with a great WAEC result in 2007, after which he immediately proceeded to the Eastern Mediterranean University in Northern Cyprus for higher studies.
After getting a degree in electrical electronics, he went for his masters in engineering control systems and instrumentation at the University of Huddersfield, UK.
When asked what was motivated him to det his doctoral degree, the young engineer attributed it his project supervisor.
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Bello said that after he graduated MSc with distinction and came top of his class, he was advised not rest on his oars but go ahead and study for his PhD.
The engineer said that having a doctorate degree at such age improved his critical thinking, resilience, and his ability to collaborate.
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