Meet one of Africa’s youngest ever holders of a PhD aged 24

– Hallowed Olalouwa a Nigerian genius got his first degree at the age of 14 – He bagged his masters in both mathematics and physics at 19 – At just 24 he obtained his PhD in mathematics making him one of Africa’s youngest ever PhD holders PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed! Hallowed Olaoluwa, a 30-year-old Nigerian, is one of Africa’s youngest-ever PhD holders. According to a LinkedIn post by Adebayo Ilupeju, he got his bachelor at the age of 14, double bachelor’s degree at 17 before he went ahead to get his masters in mathematics and physics at 19. Read more: https://briefly.co.za/72327-meet-nigerian-olaoluwa-youngest-phd-holders.html?fbclid=IwAR0LsmIguod_O3ySjyTD3rLH27rNi5orjpzNaQpNOKjFw4nTo-M1eYKFjYE

 

Briefly.co.za learned that he came back to his birth country, Nigeria, in 2011 and got his PhD at the University of Lagos in mathematics within the space of three years. That made him one of the youngest student with a doctorate degree in Africa in the field at the age of 24. Read more: https://briefly.co.za/72327-meet-nigerian-olaoluwa-youngest-phd-holders.html?fbclid=IwAR0LsmIguod_O3ySjyTD3rLH27rNi5orjpzNaQpNOKjFw4nTo-M1eYKFjYE

 

A collage of Olaoluwa at different phases of his academic pursuit. Photo source: Next Einstein Forum Source: UGC READ ALSO: Woman shares heartbreak after dad dies: “Covid-19 took my best friend” Meanwhile, a 25-year-old law graduate has set a new record as the youngest person to obtain a Doctor of Laws (LLD) degree from the University of Pretoria. The young academic completed his doctoral thesis in January of this year. Marko Svicevic obtained completed his LLB degree in 2017 and registered for an LLM in 2018, while working as a research associate. According to Marko, his supervisor advised he apply to study an LLD due to the quality and nature of his research work. His thesis examined and analysed United Nations Security Council authorisation of the use of force in international law. His professors have expressed pride in his work and achievements. Scenic will graduate during the April graduation season at the autumn graduation ceremonies. He plans to continue his studies with a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Johannesburg in 2020. Read more: https://briefly.co.za/72327-meet-nigerian-olaoluwa-youngest-phd-holders.html?fbclid=IwAR0LsmIguod_O3ySjyTD3rLH27rNi5orjpzNaQpNOKjFw4nTo-M1eYKFjYE

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