Kanza Azeemi successfully ranked honour at Oxford University
By Mah Jabeen
Kanza Azeemi sets history, a Pakistani student successfully achieves e highest honour. She completed her Masters in Business Administration from Said Business School, she was also a member of St. Hugh’s College at Oxford University, UK, among 327 students from 58 countries Kanza was the luckiest to achieve (the Said Prize).
Mr. Peter Tufano dean of Saïd Business School, recently honoured the award at the end of course ceremony organized at the centuries-old Sheldonian Theatre which was designed by Christopher Wren in the early 1600s.
What is the Said prize? And what is its eligibility.
Only one MBA student is honoured The Saïd Prize, depending upon the academic outstanding excellence and MBA program contributor.
Mr. Peter Tufano encouraged Kanza’s position on the Dean’s Honour List, and also stated the events which Kanza organized as an elected Co Chair of the Women’s Leadership Oxford Business Network, and was one of the most active OBNs of the year, whose main aim was to promote females who are striving for gender equality and leadership position. Kanza organized International Women’s Day events, which helped to bring inspirational women from her MBA class in to the spotlight.
The young Pakistani Kanza is a Lahore University of Management Sciences graduate, with major in Economics (distinction) in 2013. And she was hell active involve in social impact initiatives for Women’s empowerment.
Feeds wallet team wishes best of luck to Kanza and hope more Pakistani youth follow her step to bring drastic change in the society.