Gerald Arhin is a visually impaired man pursuing his doctoral degree at the University of Cambridge.
Gerald Arhin gloried over challenges to glean his MPhil in African Studies. With his indefinite passion, he is hoping that his work as a Ph.D. student will make an impactful influence on policymaking and make the world a better place.
Despite his visual effects, Gerald Arhin did not allow his conditions to prevent or hold him from pursuing and achieving his academic goals. The University of Cambridge, alumnus defied the odds to graduate with his MPhil in African Studies at the University.
Arhin told Trinity Hall Cambridge that the university and the Center for African provided the needed support to ensure his disability was not a barrier to academic pursuits.
Now studying for a doctoral degree at Manchester, Arhin spoke about the challenges as a visually impaired person, studying for his Ph.D., among others.