Tongan graduated from University in China

Sophia Loren Moala was graduated last week June 22 with an MBA degree from the University of Science and Technology of China.

It was a scholarship offered as part of  the People’s Republic of China and the Kingdom of Tonga's Educational Exchange Program.

Moala said she was personally honoured and blessed with the opportunity to study at one of China’s leading universities.

In 2011 Moala completed her Bachelor in Management of Science degree in 3 years although it was a 4 year program. The university then offered her another opportunity to study for her Masters of Business and Administration.

His Excellency, the Ambassador of Tonga to China, Mr.Siamelie Latu, Madam Sesilia Latu and their daughter Miss Salote Latu were invited by the university and they attended the graduation ceremony.

Moala comes from Ha'afeva Ha'apai, Futu 'Eua and Tokomololo, Tongatapu, Tonga Islands.

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