After leaving her studies twenty years ago, Sharara Zara returned to complete her university studies and obtained her bachelor’s degree. She then dreamed of obtaining her master’s.
As soon as she began her study journey, she became ill with cancer, so she decided to balance her life, and she succeeded in achieving her dream.
Currently, Mrs. Sharara is an employee in the Division of Translation and Curricula at the General Directorate of Syriac Studies at the Ministry of Education - Baghdad.
She confirmed that she faced many challenges to be admitted to the graduate studies, particularly because of her age, and said that she had been diagnosed with cancer, so she had to strive and sacrifice to achieve her dream.
Mrs. Zara balanced studding and cancer treatment that included (chemotherapy and radiation) to overcome the dreaded disease and its difficult treatment.
She added that she was able to complete her studies and obtain a master's degree successfully.
In conclusion, Mrs. Zara said: "I send a message to students and youth who want to develop their capabilities to strive hard and not pay much attention to obstacles in life, and to go on to achieve their aspirations."
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