Malala attends first lecture at Oxford University


She continued speaking out for the rights of girls around the world to get an education and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 for her efforts, the youngest laureate ever.

The youngest Nobel Peace Prize victor earlier tweeted a picture from her first class at Oxford University, BBC reported.

In March, the 20-year-old had revealed her "conditional offer" to study the three subjects at the world-famous university if she achieved three As in her A-level results.

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Thousands of well-wishers responded with messages of congratulations after she posted the picture, and the post was liked more than 150,000 times within hours.

Yousafzai also engaged in friendly banter with her brother Khushal Yousafzai, much to the delight of Twitterati.

Today she begins the pursuit of her next prestigious title: Oxford University graduate.

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This however upset the Taliban, who then shot her in the head in an assassination attempt.

In 2012, she wrote an anonymous diary about the life of a school going girl under Taliban rule, she was shot by the Taliban when she was coming back from school.

Malala has been updating her followers and supporters on Twitter about her university journey and continues to ask for academic advises too.

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Many of her posts advocated for the rights of girls to receive a formal education which angered the ultra-conservative Taliban.