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Women in STEM

We are very proud to have helped many female students from around the world to pursue their STEM ambitions. These wonderful women aspire to make the world a better place through their studies, and we are here to help them every step of the way.

Angel, nursing student


“When my sister had an accident which broke her arm, I had to care for her for months. It was not easy, but I enjoyed it. From that moment, I made up my mind on becoming an adult nurse and working hard to get to that level and beyond.”

Angel Kosi, Nigeria

BSc (Hons) Nursing – Adult

Lee, Architecture student


“Architecture for my family is considered a professional subject with a clear future. RGU has a start-up accelerator programme where they support and fund students throughout the start-up of their own business I personally found this very useful.”

Lee Boon Yen, Malaysia

MArch Architecture

Vanessa, Engineering student


“I have an interest in developing solutions to many of the problems plaguing my home country, particularly energy demand and supply as well as clean and sustainable energy.”

Vanessa Tenkorang, Ghana

BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering

Chisanzo, Public Health student

Public Health

“ICRGU gave me a head start by teaching me how to analyse information and write university-worthy papers. My experience at ICRGU has changed me as person by empowering me to relate with individuals from various backgrounds.”

Chisanzo Zulu, Zambia

MSc Public Health and Health Promotion


At ICRGU, STEM is our thing. We love to share the stories of our amazing students and graduates who are pursuing STEM careers, and we want to encourage everyone to explore the opportunities STEM can offer.

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