Anum is a M.Phil scholar Peace and conflict studies in Pakistan. She is a female from a traditional Pakistani society which believes that a woman’s sole job is to marry, reproduce and look after her household. Being one of the seven sisters in a family, she continuously has to doge the societal pressure to marry and leave career aspirations. Studying and pursuing career is constant struggle for her but motivation is to change this patriarchal mindset in the society. The financial and societal constraints that she has faced to pursue her goals is behind her desire to join academia in Pakistan. She believes that through teaching the upcoming generation the ideals of mutual respect and coexistence, she can make a difference. A degree from UK will help her challenge the notions which dictate that only men can do wonders. International law especially human rights as an area of specialization particularly evokes her deep interest as it has answer to many global problems. Increasing poverty and gap between rich and poor can only be eliminated through understanding of politics of human rights. The developing countries are becoming more susceptible to the threat of climate change and natural disasters. How present human rights regime will cater to these threats and how gaps in present laws can be bridged will be her primary concern during study at UK. In pursuance of her goals, she applied for LLM International Law at University of Edinburgh and MA Human Rights and Ethics at University of Leicester. She received offers from both universities with the condition that she provide proof my English proficiency since she belongs to non-English speaking country. Until and unless she does not get unconditional offer, Commonwealth will not confirm her scholarship award. This means that she immediately has to give IELTS test by the start of May as Commonwealth will announce results in June-July. However, owing to her financial constraints, she needs to raise IELTS fee all by herself. In Pakistan, British Council charges around 280$ for test to be taken at Islamabad. She can register herself for the 5 May test by 30 April max, which means she needs funds at least one day before the deadline. She is engaged with various student bodies and charity organizations working for orphans and street children like Bringing Smiles, SOS village and Shaukat Khanum in Pakistan. She also has been President Student’s council in my undergrad and has won several debating competitions at national level. She was selected by ACU for its Residential Program held at Heriot-Watt University, Malaysia. She is also a published author who has four articles published so far (one in research journal and three online op-eds). Your contribution can help one woman achieve her dreams. Your contribution can help her contribute towards Pakistani education system by attaining degree from abroad. Your help will highly be appreciated and valued.