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DAD, WHO IS THE FAMILY’S BREADWINNER, DIED – GUY ASKS IF HE SHOULD STILL GET A DEGREE

Should I reconsider going to university after my family’s sole breadwinner has passed

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Hi All, good day!

I’m posting here to look for advice on my current situation. I’m a 25 y/o student completing my poly internship in Feb; graduating in April, and have completed NS. My late father had passed on a month ago and he was my family’s sole breadwinner < I do work on the weekends but it’s only sufficient to pay my own bills and monthly expenses >.

I am living in with my mum and two younger siblings. The house has been covered by HPS. My youngest sibling has not started school, while my other sibling is also completing her internship.

The dilemma that I am facing right now would be to work or further my studies. Would it be selfish of me to further my education? I’ve looked up regarding tuition fees and it can be covered by Mendaki TTFS, however I have concerns for my family expenses. I can apply for scholarships and bursaries but I won’t know the outcome of my application.

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Should I work, I can provide for my family but my chances of pursuing part time degree would be slim because of the costs of the tuition fees.

If I may ask for your opinion, and advice. I truly appreciate it, thank you 🙂

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