Financial ability does not always guarantee for a successful academic experience. Students need a positive support system to guide, coach, and mentor them both academically and in personal life.
Professional mentor serves as brainstorming partner and coach to giving students feedbacks and inputs to navigate their journey.
The mentorship can take shape in different forms from choosing a university, writing motivation letter or personal essay, filling out application form, applying for scholarships, as well as coaching for an interview session and helping with IELTS/TOEFL preparation.
Dahuni offers two types of mentorship:
1. Group mentorship – provided to high school graduates and year 1 and 2 of university students.
2. One-on-one mentorship– available for year 3 and 4 university students, bachelors students, and master’s degree students.