Famous People Born in Scotland
Scotland is a part of the UK, which has a population of about 5.2 million and has a literacy rate of 99 percent. There are many universities in Scotland that offer high- quality education to the students all over the world. All you need to do is to hold an EU or UK passport to apply for the courses here. If you don't have that take a visa to pursue courses here. Scotland is no 1 in manufacturing. From textiles to whisky, from whisky to jet engines this country produces almost all goods and services.
Andy Murray Success Story
Childhood Andy Murray was born on May 15, 1987 at Glasgow, Scotland. His father William Murray was a former professional footballer and his mother Judith Murray was a former professional tennis player. He took interest in tennis by seeing his older brother Jamie pl...
This country with a majority of literate people has some famous people who are proficient in different realms. Milind Soman is an Indian Model cum actor who attracted people with his slim and dark body. He is born in Scotland and was raised here until the age of seven. This handsome young actor is the first man to complete an Iron Man Triathlon. Scotland is the home for another dexterous tennis player called Andy Murray. According to the latest news he is ranked as No:2 according to the ATP World tour rankings.
Going back a little backward, let us remember the story of Andrew Carnegie. He was a Scottish man who was born and bred in poverty. Still, he didn't consider that to be a hindering or a deterring factor for achieving success. Here I remember what AbdulKalam has said. If you want to be successful be like an eagle. During rain, all the birds seek refuge or take shelter in their nests. But eagles avoid the clouds and fly high to reach greater heights. These words perfectly match Andrew Carnegie. He fought against all odds in his life and emerged victorious.