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22-Year-Old American Woman Secures UK Scholarship, Masters Degree with Distinctions

Cursory: Ashlee Burnett, a 22-year-old from Trinidad and Tobago, won the Chevening Scholarship among 58,000 applicants. She graduated with top honors from the University of Southern Caribbean in English and received the Bristol Plus Award for her dedication to volunteering. Ashlee aims to advance gender-transformative education in her home country and the Caribbean.

A 22-year-old American woman named Ashlee Burnett has triumphed over 58,000 competitors worldwide to secure the Chevening Scholarship, enabling her to pursue a master’s degree with distinctions at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom.

Hailing from Trinidad and Tobago in South America, Ashlee was granted the esteemed Chevening scholarship to pursue her master’s studies at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom. She was among the 2% of applicants selected from the 58,000 applications to receive the scholarship.

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Ashlee celebrated her achievement on LinkedIn, emphasizing that it serves as a reminder that challenges in one’s journey cannot deter them from their destined path. Through the scholarship, Ashlee obtained a master’s degree in Education (Policy and International Development) at the University of Bristol, achieving top honors.

Having earned her bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Southern Caribbean in 2021, Ashlee expressed that gaining admission to the University of Bristol was a dream come true for her.

During her time at the university, Ashlee also received the Bristol Plus Award, bestowed by the university’s Careers Service in recognition of her dedication to volunteering and efforts toward building sustainable futures while managing a full course load.

Reflecting on her experience, Ashlee shared, “One of my biggest takeaways from completing the Bristol Plus Award back in March was the course from FutureLearn. I focused mine on #SustainableFutures, which was an excellent complement to my current work on gender transformative education.”

Expressing her gratitude, Ashlee thanked the Chevening Awards and the University of Bristol’s School of Education for the opportunity. She also expressed appreciation for her supervisor, describing her as the ideal mentor every student should have.

Ashlee affirmed her commitment to making the world a better place, one step at a time, and outlined her goal of advancing gender-transformative education in Trinidad and Tobago and the broader Caribbean region on LinkedIn.

Ashley who obtained her bachelors degree in English at the University of Southern Carribean in2021 mentioned on her linkedin that getting into University of Bristol was a dream come true for her.While at the university, Ashlee also won the Bristol Plus Award.

The Bristol Plus Award is offered by the university’s Careers Service to recognize commitment to volunteering and creating sustainable futures while being able to manage a full course load for your programme. ”One of my biggest takeaways from completing the Bristol Plus Award back in March was the course from FutureLearn. I focused mine on #SustainableFutures which was an excellent complement to my current work on gender transformative education,” she said.

She expressed her gratitude to the Chevening Awards, University of Bristo’s School of Education for the opportunity. Ashley also thanked her supervisor noting that the she is the best supervisor every stident should have.

Ashley said she is dedicated to making the world a better place, one step at a time.She noted on Linkedin that one of her goal is to advance gender-transformative education in Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean.

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