Sultan is a first-year student at the American University of Central Asia, department of Business Administration. Here is his story:
“My name is Sultan. I have a keen interest in enrolling at the American University of Central Asia. For financial restrictions of my family, I would like to apply to the financial aid department to get financial support.
Human nature is arranged so that we will always seek to be the best. Also, I try to devote all my efforts to do my best. It is a well-known fact that human beings are judged by their deeds. No doubt that the most demonstrated deeds of individuals are their experiences and achievements in life. It is very often said that the amount of every person’s achievement indicates the level of his integrity. I seem to be the person of a tremendous integrity as for the amount of goals I plan to achieve is truly large.
However, I am very young, hence I know that the largest achievements of my life are before me. For now, my major goal is enrolling at the American University of Central Asia. I have to be perfect for it. I will put all my efforts to prove that I am really perfect for AUCA. So, I know that my future is AUCA, and I know that all the necessary knowledge and skills I will get are exactly there. I will do all my best to be a merit for AUCA.
Another company helping one to grow is living an independent life. In general, the influence of studying at AUCA is useful. To study at AUCA is not simply getting an education, but a good ability to open my mind and find my own place in this world. I hope I will get a chance to be part of its great team.”
About American University of Central Asia
The American University of Central Asia (AUCA) is a nonprofit, international, multidisciplinary university in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Founded in 1993 with the support of the United States Government and the Open Society Institute, it provides a unique American-style liberal arts curriculum for top students in the region.
About 90% of AUCA students receive financial aid of some sort. Kiva lenders’ funds are used to supplement financial aid packages with loans offered to students starting their freshman year at the university.