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Malala Says Oxford Was The ‘Hardest Interview’ Of Her Life, Hopes To Study Politics, Philosophy And Economics

In the Association of School and College Lecturers yearly conference held in Birmingham, the 19-year-old revealed that’s given an admission interview in the prestigious Oxford University for studying politics, economics and philosophy.

Addressing the teachers in the yearly conference, said, “I am studying at the moment, I’m in year 13 and I have my A-Level examinations coming and I have received a conditional offer that’s three As so I want to find the three As that’s my focus today.”




Yousafzi didn’t specify which college she will attend but said that had she applied to Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. The interview for which she called “the toughest in her life.”

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To make it through the faculty, Malala will require the normal AAA grade and is eagerly awaiting the results. In a lot of interviews, she’s talked about her ambition to become the Prime Minister of Pakistan.




The fervent woman’s education activist said she will continue working for the Malala Fund, along with her studies.

“My intention is to be certain every child, a woman and a boy, they get the chance to visit school. It’s their fundamental human right, so I will be working on this and I won’t ever stop until I see the previous child going to college,” she said.

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