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when the hard work finally pays off - today i graduated from King’s College London as an Adult Nurse and i’m feeling extra proud of myself. πŸ‘©πŸ»β€βš•οΈπŸŽ“


congratulation to us 🍻 #kcl


A day after my daughter turned one I started my postgrad at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London. I have to say it was the toughest year of my life. Being a wife, mother, juggling two careers and studying is not easy! BUT by Gods Grace I completed my postgrad and today marks my official graduation! I want to thank my family, friends and agency who supported me throughout . I couldn’t have done it without your support and understanding. Special thanks to my saint of a husband who endured tears and tantrums (from me not Yara πŸ˜‚) but still found it in himself to encourage me all the way. You always make me believe im the smartest most organised person in the world - even though I’m not! Sincerely thank you and I love you. To my darling daughter Yara. You can do anything you put your mind to . You can be an actress and a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist, you can be anything you want to be. Don’t let other peoples standards become your own. You deserve to be happy , you deserve to be the best you can be. Love you to the moon and back. God bless any and everyone who is striving to better themselves this year. Be encouraged, believe in yourself and prayer works! You can do it! . . . . #graduation #graduate #kingscollege #kingscollegelondon #cognitivebehaviouraltherapy #instituteofpsychiatry #iop #kcl #royalfestivalhall


Officially a graduate from King's College London (KCL) - Masters with Distinction. I thank everyone who has contributed to my journey. And I am so privileged to have had this experience. While we celebrate, I also want to reflect. The journey here was challenging and I hope my reflection can inspire many of you to knock down the doors holding you back and go after your dreams. I applied for KCL in November 2016 because I wanted to study an MSc in the Political Economy of Emerging Markets. In February 2017 I got conditional acceptance from the University. The conditional acceptance entailed Passing the English Language Test and Achieving 70% for my Honours. After receiving this conditional acceptance I was disappointed. Disappointed because I knew that while I'd be okay with the English test, the conditional requirement for my Honours degree set me up for failure. I'd already graduated in December 2016 with 68,5% for my Management Accounting Honours degree. I emailed various stakeholders to help me navigate this barrier, and many times I was told that there's nothing I can do about it since I'd already graduated and "world universities did not compromise". For over a month, I was down and my anxiety had reached new heights because I felt as though I let down myself and my family. I wasn't able to study the degree I found of most value to my path because my Honours marks just weren't good enough. Some former friends even said to me "Maybe you just aren't good enough, deal with it". Their words crushed me. So after much self-reflection I decided to write a letter. I knew that this was a premature decision in the playground of international academics, but the worst that could happen is for me to be rejected again. I wrote a letter to the Registrar of the Faculty, My Potential Professor and the Masters Course Coordinator. The letter was not me begging King's to accept me, but rather about why King's should accept me even though I miss the academic qualification by 1.5%. I told them that it's about the Value I have brought to my country, and to KCL. Within 2 days King's responded removing the academic condition. Believe in yourself.


Graduation πŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸŽ“ can’t thank all my family, friends and Harry enough for getting me through university. so grateful πŸ’• xxx


MSc Affective Disorders with Distinction - Kings College London πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ“πŸŽ“πŸ’ƒ #graduation #masterofscience


140119 Master Degree βœ…πŸ₯³ Chaotic day started by wearing my contacts lenses the other way round πŸ€¦πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ .Thanks @sotszwai for doing my hair everytimeeee ❀️ .MANY thanks to my coursemates who helped me passing this degree πŸ™πŸΌπŸ€£ (could only find a representative from Group 6 #PinkElephants and Group 3 at the end 😩😒) .Thanks for those who came to take pictures with meeeπŸ₯° .Thanks for the πŸ’πŸŒΌπŸŒΈπŸŒΊ and 🍫😘 . #KingsCollegeLondon #ForensicScience #Classof2019 #Graduation #Am_I_a_Detective_NowπŸ€ͺ


Although scary at first, the past year was an exciting, eye-opening experience. Thanking God for giving me such an opportunity, seeing me through and grateful for the support I received from my family and friends, I couldn’t have done it without them πŸ’—πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ committing the next chapter of my life to Him as well 🌟 // creds go papa Wong


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Officially a Master of War & Psychiatry πŸŽ“ Thanks to King’s and London for an incredible year!


So proud of my amazing fiancΓ©e! #DrDr πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ“ #kingscollegelondon


Thank you kingsπŸŽ“ #the year of sadness and glory #kingscollegelondongraduationceremonies #kclgraduation #happygraduation


Officially a King's graduate! πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸŽ“


Congratulations sister on your graduation u done very well in the last five years and we are proud off you. You deserve the very best


Honestly, I don’t know how to survive without you. It was tough time but we finally went through it together. I’m so glad to have a friend like you in London. Congrats to us! πŸŽ‰