No college student will be graduating this year in the way they might have hoped.
But Malala Yousafzai isn't letting that stop her from celebrating.
Keep scrolling to see what she did...
Many college students around the world have been left disappointed this year.
via: ShutterstockAs after all the hard work, many won't be able to celebrate as normal.
The current pandemic has brought everything to a halt.
via: ShutterstockAnd that includes graduation ceremonies.
Due to social distancing, it just won't be possible this year.
via: ShutterstockAnd it is a real let-down for many seniors.
Especially after the years they have spent studying to get to that big day...
via: ShutterstockThey really deserve a day to acknowledge their achievements.
Hopefully, they'll be able to celebrate at a later date.
via: ShutterstockAnd have an even bigger and better celebration.
But, for some students...
via: GettyThey're celebrating now anyway.
Some students have made their own graduation stages.
via: GettyWhilst others have held a virtual graduation via Zoom.
They aren't the only ones.
via: Getty ImagesMalala Yousafzai has also been celebrating her graduation.
Malala has just finished her time at the University of Oxford.
via: Getty ImagesWhere she studied for a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
The 22-year-old moved to the UK after she was shot in the head in 2012 for publicly speaking about girls' rights to learn.
via: InstagramMalala then had to undergo many surgeries.
By 2014 after months of rehabilitation, Malala was able to join her family in their new UK home.
A charity that is dedicated to girls the opportunity to achieve the future they choose.
via: Getty ImagesThat same year, Malala was awarded a Nobel Peace-Prize.
Malala then began studying at the University of Oxford.
via: Getty ImagesAlongside still fighting against the likes poverty, wars, and child marriage.
Heres the pictures of her celebrations...
via: InstagramIn the first image, Malala is pictured after having taken part in an Oxford tradition of 'trashing'.
'Trashing' is the chance for students to take part in messy revelry.
via: ShutterstockWhere they are sprayed with the likes of champagne and silly string, and have confetti and the likes thrown at them.
In her post, she wrote: "Hard to express my joy and gratitude right now as I completed my Philosophy, Politics and Economics degree at Oxford".
via: Getty Images"I don’t know what’s ahead. For now, it will be Netflix, reading and sleep."
It must have been hard studying for all of her exams.
via: Getty ImagesNow to rest and relax for a bit.
What an achievement!
via: InstagramCongratulations, Malala Yousafzai! For more heartwarming graduation tales, keep scrolling to read about the father-daughter duo who recreated her graduation photo eighteen-years-later...