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My name is Manku Masemola, and I'm a motivated Bcom accounting student who is enrolled full-time at the University of South Africa & Open Learn University to pursue a degree in financial accounting as well as a BSc in computing and IT. Becoming a registered chartered accountant is my ultimate objective. I've been providing technical support to clients and working in the accounting industry for nine years. I've always been interested in pursuing a degree in accounting. My dream is to work as a software engineer and chartered accountant someday, and I think studying accounting in college will help me get there. Outside of the classroom, I have engaged in a variety of pursuits and assignments.
I come from a low-income household and experienced a significant setback in my academic career. However, I believe that I am now back on track after making an effort to re-establish myself with the support of my family and the student adviser.
I receive motivation from volunteering to help people in my community and the finance business. I can't wait to gain first-hand experience and witness the success of the people I have helped. This is just one of the many reasons I enjoy volunteering and applying to society and non-profit organizations.
Stressful finances, though, pose a threat to my goals. One major obstacle facing an African woman seeking higher education is money. I am in desperate need of help for the forthcoming school year since I have run out of money. Uncertain scholarship responses and NSFAS denials make student loans an intimidating proposition.