Malala Yousafzai receives an offer to study at Oxford University

The world’s youngest Pakistani social activist Malala Yousafzai has been offered to study at one of the world’s most prestigious universities, University of Oxford to continue her studies.

According to reports, the 19-year old Malala recently receives an offer from the university management to study at Oxford as her application has been accepted.

It has been said that if she achieves the grades for the AAA offer, she is likely to take up a place to read Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, whose alumni include one of her heroes, the former Pakistani president Benazir Bhutto.

Moreover, there is also a speculation that Malala is considering quitting the UK and moving to America.

Malala said that she was keen to take a politics degree at Stanford University, California. But on the other hand she has also confirmed that after taking her A Levels in history, maths, religious studies and geography, she is planning to complete her education in Britain.

She told her teachers at the Association of School and College Lecturers annual conference on Saturday: “I’m studying right now, I’m in year 13 and I have my A Level exams coming and I have received a conditional offer which is three As so I need to get the three As, that is my focus right now.”

When she was asked about her plans for the future, she said: “I have applied to study PPE so for the next three years I will be studying that. But other than that I want to stay focussed on my Malala Fund work.”

Malala did not specify yet, to which university she will attend, but she said that she has applied to Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. And recently, she has been invited for an interview, later, for which she said was “the hardest interview of my life.” Adding, “I just get scared when I think of the interview”.

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