It's official, Malala Yousafzai is going to Oxford


Outspoken young activist Malala Yousafzai is set to join the University of Oxford after scoring straight As in High School. It has been studied by many politicians including former UK Prime Ministers David Cameron, Sir Edward Heath and Harold Wilson, former Australian PMs Malcolm Fraser, Bob Hawke and Tony Abbott, and Labour leaders Hugh Gaitskell and Ed Miliband.

Earlier this year, Yousafzai received an offer from Oxford, which was conditional on achieving three As at A-level. "Best wishes for life ahead!" she said on Twitter.

This opened the floodgates for a debate on race and if Oxford University admits many black students or not.

Nobel Peace Prize victor Malala Yousafzai who said famously in December 2016 after attending the interview in The Oxford University mentioning "the hardest interview of my life" who further added "I just get scared when I think of the interview", is finally going to Oxford. We have no doubt that you'll smash it out of the park.

Alan Rusbridger, a former editor of The Guardian newspaper who is now principal of the university's Lady Margaret Hall College, tweeted: "Welcome to @lmhoxford, Malala!"

The young activist reportedly scored grade A in math, chemistry, physics, biology, geography, history, English and literature and religious studies. Her autobiography was also released which was an instant hit as well.

Since recovering, she has attended school in England while actively campaigning for girls' right to education worldwide.

"As far as I know, I am just a committed and even stubborn person who wants to see every child getting quality education, who wants to see women having equal rights and who wants peace in every corner of the world", she said on the day she collected the Nobel.

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