Malala Yousafzai says she is "so excited" after being accepted to study at University of Oxford.
And today, as students around the United Kingdom received their A-level results, Malala confirmed she is set for Oxford University.
Notable Oxford alumni include Pakistan former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and Myanmar's pro-democracy campaigner Aung San Suu Kyi as well as former British Prime Minister David Cameron and his one-time Labour opponent Ed Miliband.
The Nobel Prize laureate, who was shot in the head by Taliban for her ambitions a few years back, confirmed the tidings by tweeting out the message she received from her new university.
She had received a conditional offer from the prestigious university earlier this year.
She was treated in Birmingham, where she remained, and stayed for her GCSEs (she got 6 A*s and 4 As) and then A levels.
In April, Ms Yousafzai was been made the youngest ever UN Messenger of Peace.
More than one in four A-level entries resulted in at least an A grade this year, the first rise for six year in the proportion of top passes awarded. Some are taught one-to-one.
The excited 20-year-old tweete: So excited to go to Oxford! Its current principal is Alan Rusbridger, former editor of the Guardian.