"The beautiful thing about education is that no one can take it from you"
Because of financial reasons, I have no choice but to study in a university that I didn't dream about. I know that you know the feeling of dreaming of something that you can't have. You have the determination, patience and the dream itself but the only hindrance is money, which is common to a lot of people.
You might ask why not take a job, join essay contests, save money or sell my body to other people(which is VERY unlikely). It might sound desperate but the truth is: I really need it now that trying all these things will take me years. Studying in a university in Australia is the most expensive place to learn but I chose it because it's the place that I wanted to escape to and live for the rest of my life. Waiting isn't always a good thing, sometimes a person needs to act.
But why? Aside from expanding my views of designing and fashion as a college student by participating as an international undergraduate student in University of Western Sydney, there are a lot of reasons why I'm very determined to ask your sponsorship for college abroad. There is no better way of learning the english language than to be exposed first-hand of the english culture and people. This also means exploring the culture and traditions of the country. Traveling abroad will help me develop life-long skills that a classroom setting will never provide. As I've said, I have personal and financial struggles to be able to meet these objectives. The household will not be able to support monetarily and psychologically. My current short-term profession as a blogger is not a permanent solution for this personal goal. I've been very dependent with my sponsoring family and at an early age of 17, I want to try having an independent life.
Can you trust me that I will use the money for the said reason? In my past years, I have been attaining excellent academic remarks and been generated into a number of projects related to graphic and fashion designing in the local area. However, the competition for international studies are very strenuous and acceptance rates are tremendously high. I know you have a lot of curious questions and I am accepting them to be answered honestly. To answer that question, yes, you can trust me. If you are living in Australia, I might be able to pay you a visit and thank you personally.
How about my other financial needs? With my current savings, I can afford a flight to Australia. For the apartment, I am sharing with my Australian boyfriend. As a holder of a student visa, I am eligible to work to be able to fund my other financial needs. My family is also giving me an amount of money to support myself.
What will I do after you graduate? With the four-year stay in the country, I will file for an Australian citizenship to be able to professionaly work in Australia, hopefully as a designer. I will surely go home and share my experiences with my family, school and friends. I would be VERY greatful for your help. If you won't be able to financially support, help this personal project by sharing it to your friends, family and other acquaintances. THANK YOU SO MUCH!