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After graduating from high school I didn’t go to a college. By the time I realized a higher education degree would help me progress in my career, I was a mom of one daughter -then 8 and working full time. Deciding that on campus learning would be too challenging logistically, I opted to pursue a degree online. I frantically started my search for the right online university and finally came across MUST University—a highly affordable and flexible online university offering a range of programs in diverse fields. Read the rest of this entry »
In light of the growing concerns and problems faced by prospective students in acquiring quality higher education at an affordable price, we embarked on a mission to create affordable learning opportunities for students globally. MUST’s Financial Aid program is an excellent example of the university’s commitment to creating learning opportunities that are truly accessible.
Our Financial Aid program allows you to save on your tuition fees considerably while other methods exist to reduce the burden even further. Our four comprehensive programs are designed with specific emphasis on addressing the varying needs of individuals from all walks of life. MUST University provides financial assistance to students through the following different modes:
MUST Financial Aid Program (MFAP®)
An independent financial aid program exclusive of state aid, government sponsored scholarships, and endowments. The program is designed to be there for students whoever they may be and wherever they may be. A first ever truly global private tuition financial aid program that is applicable to you if you are any of the following:
- Working Adults
- Job Seekers
- Military Officials
- Homeschool Students
MUST University recognizes your qualifications and life experiences before you join the university. Unlike traditional institutions we take extra care in ensuring that undue loss of time and hard-work does not occur. Any coursework completed in the past and applicable in your chosen specialization area will be considered. Furthermore any training, life experiences which have allowed you to have gained a specialized experience in a given subject may be waived if that same subject or area of interest is present in your coursework. The credit transfer scheme thus allows individuals to receive credit for their past qualifications and simultaneously save on un-due course costs.
Flexible Fee Payment
At MUST University we understand the need for flexible financial options that help reduce your burden. An interest free monthly plan allows you to pay as little as $399.95 every month towards your education. Furthermore if you pay your fees in advance, we will waive 14.5% of your total tuition cost in addition to financial aid that you may qualify for.
Employer Tuition Reimbursement Programs
Around the world many employers proactively work towards employee development, as part of this initiative, your employer may reimburse your educational tuition fees. You may speak to your company’s HR department about this program. MUST University offer to help you build your case for further specialized higher education. You can contact our consultants anytime on our toll free number 1-866-533-MUST(6878) for this purpose.
Life has been good to me. After my father died, he left his garage to me when I had just graduated from high school. Young and devout, I made it my passion, and my mother resumed her job as a school teacher, so the two of us helped each other make ends meet, until recession hit America and the garage went out of business. I got a job at a more established car repair shop as I struggled to prove myself to my boss - something I found really difficult because I was not used to working for anyone else. My boss mentioned opening another garage as his operations increased and how he wanted someone with formal education to help him run his business. I believed I had the aptitude for the job but lacked ‘formal education’. Depressed at my fate, I went home and searched online for a university I could attend while I continued to work. I found MUST and enrolled myself in the B.E. program for a bachelor’s degree in engineering. During this time my boss hired someone to help him run the second garage but he was all talk and no action. In the end, my boss had to let him go despite his credentials.
One evening, I was sitting with my boss when he was exhausted from working double jobs and I mentioned how I was about to complete my degree, he stared at me in disbelief. I shared some details of the courses I was being taught and the things I was learning – many of which didn’t even apply at work – but it was enough for him to assign me the role of an acting manager. Now I was exhausted, as I was trying to prove myself at work and complete my degree at the same time, but I managed to pass the tests, and my role was made permanent. Now I am chasing the American dream and planning to reopen the garage my father had left me with the same name, only bigger and better. What’s more, I even encouraged my mother to go for a masters degree in Education so that she can improve her job quality, and earn some much-needed computer/Internet skills.