Alumni – Ghana

Samuel & his friends at Vernon Barnby Hall, University of Bradford, Faculty of Management & Law, 2015

Samuel & his friends at Vernon Barnby Hall, University of Bradford, Faculty of Management & Law, 2015

Alumni profile – Samuel Kwasi Awudi
Course – MSc Finance
Nationality – Ghanaian
Alumni – University of Bradford, UK
Year graduated – 2015

Education institutions attend in Ghana
University of Education, Winneba
Cape Coast Polytechnic, Cape Coast
Mawuli School, HO

+233 246 768 084
Samuel@WorldStudentAdvisors.com

Hi, I’m Samuel Kwasi Kwasi Awudi.  I studied at the University of Bradford from academic year 2014 – 2015. I graduated with Merit pass in MSc Finance.  I obtained an Academic Excellence Scholarship from Bradford. I am happy to help you obtain a partial scholarship subject to your qualifications and experience.

Studying in the UK was full of unprecedented experiences, right from Alhambra Movie Theatre Near National Media Museum and Bradford city park to beautiful and historic Cities and sites like Cambridge, Oxford, Newcastle, Liverpool, Cardiff, York, Bolton and more ….  Having lived and studied in such as a multicultural university, I participated in World Culture Day celebration where I exhibited my traditional Ghanaian Kente style of dress. It was amazing and so much fun!

I can assure you that the University of Bradford offers academic excellence and an amazing all around experience that you would ever regret.

Please fill free to contact me for assistance in choosing your course, help with your visa application and some useful tips about studying in the UK and the amazing City of Bradford.

Samuel@WorldStudentAdvisors.com, WhatsApp+233246768084

Samuel with his friends, Zhang, Jisu, Sohi on Ilkely Moore which rises to 402 M above sea level and is well known as the inspiration for the Yorkshire and national anthem

Samuel with his friends, Zhang, Jisu, Sohi on Ilkely Moore which rises to 402 M above sea level and is well known as the inspiration for the Yorkshire and national anthem

Samuel in his traditional Ghanaian Kente smock with some of his class mates

Samuel in his traditional Ghanaian Kente smock with some of his class mates

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