An Arabian student starts a photography business at 18 years to pay university fees.
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Hamdan Khan (24 years old), a graduate from 2013 at Birmingham City University talks about his journey from moving to the UK on his mothers work permit in 2007 to gain A levels and a degree to pursue his passion in photography.
Moving to the UK with his mother and younger sister, he shares his struggles on surviving daily life with his family and having to pay university fees. To the point where no income was coming in to the household
He shares how he started his own photography business at the age of 18 years to become the breadwinner of the family.
Posted on 24 February 2014, in Education, immigration and tagged arabian, birmingham city university, fees, immigration, photography, student. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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