Apr 26, 2016 09:53 AM EDT
Brentwood Student Gets Scholarships In Top US Universities
Celebrating the continuous success of Brentwood School. Daisy Dudman, an 18 year old, from Huttion, has been given a $21,000 per annum President's scholarship to study Geography in the University of Miami. What more could the top universities could offer the students in the U.S. but pretigous scholarships?
UM is one of the finest research universities in the U.S. with over 16,000 student from all over the world and was currently positioned at the top universities in America. Dudman, who was caught by the various education opportunities U.S has to offer, was also provided an opportunity in New York University.
"The International Baccalaureate Diploma translates well in America," Dudman stated. "I am looking forward to the nice weather, a different culture and the employment opportunities."
Another lucky student, Greg Humphries, living in Shenfield, is also given a chance to study in an Ivyleague institution like Columbia University. He had been under scholarships to both Northeastern University and Boston University, both are located in Boston, Massachusetts, and was also given an opportunity to study at University of Pennsylvania under a scholarship. Greg will be taking up either Philosophy or Math, since he was pushed by the liberty to choose because of his wide options, Yellow Advertiser reported.
At the same time, Ella Patel, an 18 year old student from Stondon Massey, has also been given a chance to study at Boston University. She happily explained, "The liberal arts conventions in America means that undergraduate courses incline to be more multidisciplinary; I am really engrossed in merging Biology with Technology, and I have been clever to discover courses that fit me impeccably," Brentwood Weekly News reported.
As for Daniel Hirst, the fellow Sixt Former was offered a Morehead-Cain Scholarship, one of the most chased scholarships in the U.S. Hirst is a student from Brentwood, was recognized the most respected scholarship to the University of North Carolina.
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