June 5, 2023

Atlehang Motsoeneng

I (Atlehang Motsoeneng) was funded by ISFAP during the 2nd year of my studies of my BSC Food science degree. It played a big role in reducing the financial burden of studying, especially because this was during the COVID-19 pandemic which was already a difficult year personally as well as academically. I appreciate that it provided help beyond financial assistance, the program managers really played a big role. They cared about my academic performance but as well as my personal well-being. They provided the needed encouragement and support which focused on utilising my strengths and being more confident in my studies. I had the privilege of being a mentor during my 3rd year to another ISFAP funded 2nd year Food science student. That experience helped me work on my time management skills, leadership skills and human interaction.

I completed my undergraduate studies in 2022 and was able to graduate in May 2023, which was a very memorable day. I am currently furthering my education by pursuing my honours degree in Food Science at the University of Pretoria. I am studying full-time and unemployed but looking to pursue a internship or graduate programme in Food science.

Thank you to ISAFP for the support as well as for keeping in touch even after my undergraduate studies.

ISFAP - the Ikusasa Student Financial Aid Programme - was established to assist poor and 'missing' middle income university students in selected fields of study to afford the university fees by means of providing financial aid provided the candidate meets certain prescribed requirements.
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