Graduation is a time for households to rejoice their cherished one’s success, nonetheless, this yr is additional particular for a Nigerian family who’ve fallen in love with the College of Dundee.
Sulaiman Badmus, who graduated in Mechanical Engineering noticed his father Abdulwaheed Badmus really feel the faucet of the Dundee bonnet as he graduated from Scottish Legislation in the identical week.
The pair observe within the footsteps of Sulamain’s sister, Mariam, who graduated from the College two years in the past. In the meantime, Abdulwaheed’s spouse, Khadijat, who watched the ceremony, is additionally on account of end her personal diploma in Scottish Legislation later this yr.
Sulamain stated that the friendliness of Scottish folks initially attracted the Badmus family from Ibadan in Nigeria to Scotland.
He stated, “Every thing is fantastic about Dundee. We expect it is marvellous. We have been in a position to combine so shortly into Scottish tradition and really feel rather more concerned right here than wherever else.”
Abdulwaheed stated, “Dundee is a wonderful instance of inclusive training, it is laudable and one thing we, as graduates, must be pleased with.
“Learning in Dundee is like a second probability. I can be 55-years-old subsequent yr and the College helped me to start out a new profession with a promising future. Dundee units the tempo for inclusive training for all, regardless of family backgrounds and ethnic diversities.
“Regardless of who you’re and the place you’re from, I feel that Scottish training may help you develop into who you need to be.”
After graduating, Abdulwaheed says the family intends to proceed to apply legislation in Scotland.
He defined, “We don’t simply need to keep right here in Scotland. We need to work right here and run our personal family legislation for and be ambassadors of the College. All of this wouldn’t have been doable with out the College.”
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