A loan of $1,100 helped to pay for higher education.

Ulan's story

Ulan is a freshman in the International and Business Law Program. This is his story:

“I chose the Department of International and Business Law for several reasons. I have always wanted to link my future life to jurisprudence and to become a judge. Given the shortcomings of the legal system in the Kyrgyz Republic, I believe that there is a need for professional, young, creative and honest lawyers in order to function in an increasingly complex and globalized world. Certainly it is not easy to be a professional and successful lawyer. You must have the necessary qualities such as perseverance, leadership, an analytical mind, and a willingness to study hard. During high school I tried to develop these qualities, and I learned teamwork, dedication, perseverance, honesty, and hard work. I learned English, because it is the language of international communication. I was an active member of the debate club, where we learned to argue and clearly express our opinions. I consider it my civic duty to contribute to the development of the legal system in the Kyrgyz Republic, and to the facilitation of entrepreneurship and economic growth in general. I also want to provide for my family, and make sure that they are able to live a good life.”

Ulan is requesting a loan to pay for his higher education.

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