- A lady went to Canada as a 15-year-old girl in 2015 to pursue a degree, but she lost her funding after the first year
- Instead of giving up and returning to her home country without her degree, she worked hard and paid the tuition herself
- The lady named Zintiat now lives in Toronto, and she told her inspirational story in a TikTok video that went viral
A lady said she paid her school fees in Canada herself when funding was suddenly cut off.
Zintiat approached her school and narrated her predicament to the authorities.
The school authorities understood her situation and offered her a payment plan that would allow the fees to be spread over time in manageable chunks.
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Working and studying as an international student in Canada
She started working to pay the fees while also studying for her degree. Her refusal to give up yielded results as she eventually graduated and still lives in Toronto, Canada.
People who heard her story on TikTok got inspired. Her words:
"Fortunately, my first year was paid in full without any issues. But in my second year things took an opposite turn. I was put in a position where I had to pay my tuition all myself."
Watch the video below:
Reactions as student works and pays her fees in Canada
"Thanks for this. Please I want to ask a question, can I come to Canada before paying for the tuition fees?"
"You’re doing so well!"
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"Wow, you did that!!! Well done."
"Please mention how many years ago this was because things aren’t the same again because cost of living is high now and cash jobs aren’t that much again."
Hint for WASSCE Students Interested in Relocating to Canada
Facebook user Chorkor Millionaire shared valuable insight with Nigerian students on his page.
In his post, he claimed that with a budget of $500 (N383,355), individuals can register for college and cover visa expenses in Canada.
He advised those with secondary school results like WAEC, NOVDEC, NECO, and others to apply to colleges.
The man emphasised the importance of a legitimate bank statement and highlighted that a combination of $500 (N383,355) for school fees and a visa could potentially lead to obtaining a Canada visa.