Priscilla Asikhia, a brilliant Nigerian woman, has established an outstanding academic record. She received her first degree at the age of 19, her master’s degree at the age of 22, and her Ph.D. at the age of 25 from Babcock University in Ilisan, Ogun State. She is one of Nigeria’s youngest Doctors of Philosophy and the university’s youngest Ph.D. graduate.
Priscilla Asikhia documented her success on LinkedIn, recounting the arduous study that it took her ten years to earn a PhD. According to her LinkedIn profile, her “successful 10-year education has provided me with a grounded knowledge of Educational Research, Administration, and Human Resources.” Priscilla started her higher education when she was 15, and by the time she was 19, she had earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
She completed her Master’s degree in business administration and management at the age of 22. Priscilla began her Ph.D. studies the same semester she completed her Master’s degree in human resources and personnel administration.
She completed her Ph.D. at the age of 25, becoming the institution’s youngest Ph.D. graduate and one of Nigeria’s youngest Doctors of Philosophy.