Human rights campaigner Malala Yousafzai has communicated her “bliss and appreciation” in the wake of completing her last, most important tests at Oxford University.
The 22-year-old, who endure a shot to the head by Taliban fighters, considered governmental issues, reasoning, and financial matters.
Tweeting prior, she stated: “I don’t have the foggiest idea what’s in store. For the present, it will be Netflix, perusing and rest.”
Ms Yousafzai was assaulted for saying young ladies ought to be permitted to remain in instruction.
She was shot in the head, neck and shoulder while voyaging home from school subsequent to composing a mysterious journal about existence under the radicals.
In the wake of recuperating from her close lethal wounds, she and her family migrated to Birmingham.
In 2014, she turned into the most youthful individual ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize, at 17 years old. After three years she acknowledged a spot to learn at Lady Margaret Hall at Oxford.
Ms Yousafzai tweeted two pictures as she reported the news that she finished her degree. In one, she is celebrating with her family before a graduation cake.
The other was taken after a “destroying”, a convention at the college where understudies are secured with food and confetti in the wake of finishing their tests.