I am a resident of Europe. I currently work a full time job, which pays around 1.5k euro monthly. I have under 1k in savings. I just finished my 1st year of Computer Science in college. I am aiming for just over 3k in savings by mid-August, with just my full time job. However, this amount of money will not even come close as to how much I realistically need, so I am looking for additional sources of revenue in order to be able to afford next years tuition fees and accommodation costs.
I had a few ideas as to how to achieve this, and I would like someone's input as to how viable these strategies are. Firstly, I have experience programming languages such as C, C++. However, I don't think that I can start making money from programming just yet, as I am still very much under-experienced. Learning another language which would be of use in achieving my financial targets is an option, however, I am clueless as to which one to start with.
Additionally, the reselling of items of value, such as designer clothes (Supreme reselling) or dropshipping is another option which I have researched. However, I am not sure as to how practical this option is. Is there anyone prior experience with such business model who can provide me with some insights?
I am unaware of any investment opportunities in my country of residence, but with under 1k in savings, I don't think that that will take me anywhere in such short space of time.
I am open to further suggestions, and I will be willing to do anything to further my savings (as long as it is legal, of course).