Pakistani student wins academic award at Oxford University

    A Pakistani female student has been awarded the highest academic honour as an MBA student at the University Of Oxford, United Kingdom.

    As per the issued press release, Kanza Azeemi was awarded with the respected Saïd Prize as she completed her MBA from Saïd Business School at Oxford University, UK.

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    She attained this position among a class of almost 327 aspirants from 58 states.

    The dean of Saïd Business School, Peter Tufano, announced the award for Kanza Azeemi in an impressive end of course ceremony organized at the centuries-old Sheldonian Theatre of the university.

    The Saïd Prize is presented to one MBA student for the brilliant academic excellence as well as involvement in the MBA programme and the wider Oxford community, the statement added.

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    While giving the award, the Dean Tufano highly praised the position of Kanza Azeemi on the Dean’s Honour List and the events she organized as the designated Co-Chair of the Women’s Leadership Oxford Business Network working to promote women in leadership positions and struggling for the gender equality.

    Kanza Azeemi graduated from Lahore University of Management Sciences along with the major in Economics (distinction) in 2013.

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