Story by Zubayer Sayeed
7 years ago, I failed in all the universities I applied to in Bangladesh. Long story short, I have failed more than 100 times in 7 years (scholarships, internships, club circles, job applications, university applications, etc.).
During my undergrad life, I worked in the kitchen and at times I cleaned toilets at McDonald’s. I worked as a waiter in a hotel. I have learned how hard it is to earn a single penny.
I have been criticized for studying BBA and Masters in Agriculture.
However, I DIDN’T GIVE UP ON MY DREAMS AND GOALS!
In the last 3 years:
I am a first-generation student and I am happy to say that today, I graduated from the The University of Tokyo with a CGPA of 3.94, and next week I will be joining Procter & Gamble as a full-time employee in Japan's headquarter in Kobe.
Key to success:
Photo source : Zubayer Sayeed
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