100 lights, 100 faces - William Tarr, Liberia

William Tarr William Tarr wants to help his home country, Liberia, which is marked by 14 years of civil war and still in need of development. So William decided to move to Germany, a country of which he only knew it was somehow connected with „diligence“ and „beer”. He got a two-year scholarship and has come to Dortmund, where he has started a master’s programme in regional development and management.

Looking back, William Tarr does not regret his decision – he has successfully completed his first year and will pass the second year in Manila.

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