Malala Yousafzai graduates from Oxford University, shares pictures celebrating graduation

Monday, 22 Jun, 2020

Malala Yousafzai, the youngest victor of the Nobel Peace Prize, has completed her studies at Britain's Oxford University. Let me let you know that on June 8, Malala had knowledgeable about her commencement within the particular class of Deer Class of 2020 on YouTube. Malala also wrote a blog under a pseudonym for BBC Urdu, chronicling her life during the Taliban rule.

Congratulatory messages started pouring in shortly after Malala shared the endearing post.

Born on 12th July 1997 in Mingora, Pakistan, Malala had a keen interest in education since she was a young girl.

Yousafzai expressed her gratitude towards Thunberg, while Thunberg described Yousafzai as her "role model".

She also shared two photographs - one of her cutting a cake in celebration with family and another of her covered in cake and confetti. Your philosophy, political and economic degree from Oxford is these kinds of an accomplishment.

Malala was shot in the head by a Taliban hitman in October 2012, and after being flown to Britain for life-saving medical treatment, the family settled in Birmingham, central England. I think she deserves at least a little time off before saving the world.

Stars have rushed to congratulate Malala Yousafzai as she completes her studies at one of the world's most prestigious universities.

"I loved school", Yousafzai wrote on her website. Two years later, she became the youngest Nobel peace prize victor. More than 132 million girls worldwide do not attend any school, according to UNICEF, the United Nations agency for children, and girls living in countries affected by conflict are twice as likely to be left without an education than those in other places.