Australian Mining: At 15 years of age, Nigeria-born Bukayo Taiwo has become the youngest ever student to enrol at Curtin University’s West Australian School of Mines (WASM).

Taiwo enrolled at Murdoch college and graduated at 15, paving the way for her to enrol to study for a Bachelor of Engineering/Commerce at WASM.
She says she is excited to begin studying for her long-term goal of working as an engineer in the mining industry.
" /> Australian Mining: At 15 years of age, Nigeria-born Bukayo Taiwo has become the youngest ever student to enrol at Curtin University’s West Australian School of Mines (WASM).

Taiwo enrolled at Murdoch college and graduated at 15, paving the way for her to enrol to study for a Bachelor of Engineering/Commerce at WASM.
She says she is excited to begin studying for her long-term goal of working as an engineer in the mining industry.
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Youngest student yet enrolls in B.Eng at WA school of mines

Australian Mining: At 15 years of age, Nigeria-born Bukayo Taiwo has become the youngest ever student to enrol at Curtin University’s West Australian School of Mines (WASM).
Taiwo enrolled at Murdoch college and graduated at 15, paving the way for her to enrol to study for a Bachelor of Engineering/Commerce at WASM.

She says she is excited to begin studying for her long-term goal of working as an engineer in the mining industry.