In this article, I will show you how you can get a scholarship to study abroad in any institution of your choice, in any country of the world.
Hi guys, I decided to share with you, what I have learnt on how to get a scholarship in any school of your choice anywhere in the world, for any type of program and in any level of study. Be it high school, undergraduate, masters, PhD, post doctorate, or any other program of your choice. As long as the program you are going for in the very school of your choice has scholarships available for students.
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This “how to get a scholarship” information is not solely for a particular program of study, it is for anyone who wishes to obtain a scholarship to study in any school of their choice, and in any country of the world. No, doubt, there are a lot of websites out there, that provide reasonable information on scholarships and education.
I commend them for their efforts, and hard work in gathering such beneficial information and sharing them free, with anyone that visits their websites.
However, the information on how to get a scholarship in any school of your choice that I will be given you in this video, is to complement their good works of providing people with scholarship information update.
This information I will share with you, will go a long way in providing you with all the necessary knowledge and insights you need to get any scholarship of your choice in any institution of your choice, for any program of your choice, in any country of your choice, and in any level of your study.
Carefully read this article until the end, to get all the vital information I have for you. Without wasting your time already, let’s begin.
How to get a scholarship in any university of your choice in any country
The fact remains that, any organization that offers scholarship, has a website, it is on this website that every information you need to know about the scholarship is provided. Any other platform giving you same information must have copied it from the original source, the source being the very website of the organization or institution or foundation that provides the scholarship.
In as much as some faculties and departments in most academic institutions also offer scholarships and tuition waver, most of them make sure that every scholarship opportunity that could be available to their students, or potential students are made available to them on the faculty websites or department websites. Most highly valuable scholarship opportunities in the world are offered by many governmental and non-governmental institutions, foundations and organizations, which I will list later in the article.
Now, take for instance, if you visit a website that provides scholarship information and application link. When you click the link, you will be taken to the main website of the scholarship provider, which could be a school or an organization. It is now on this main website that you can apply for the scholarship. And it is on this very website that you will get every fact about the very scholarship you are apply for.
The question here is, why didn’t you access the website directly?
The answer is because you never knew about the website; and this is where the third-party websites play their roles. They help you do the work of fishing out these scholarships from the websites that offer them, thereby making the process easy.
However, here is the challenge; most times, the scholarships a website provides you information may not appeal to you. Maybe the scholarship is partial scholarship, which may not be what you want; maybe the program of study is not the program you are doing, maybe the countries eligible do not include your country, etc. this might make you loose hope of getting a scholarship.
There is a simple solution to this challenge. To get a scholarship in any school of your choice in any country of the world that offers scholarship, here is what you will do.
Step 1: Decide on the country you would like to study
Step 2: Decide on the institution you want to study in that country
Step 3: Visit the website of the institution you want to study in. A simple google search will help.
Step 4: Navigate to the page of the department or faculty of your study on the institution’s website.
Step 5: Navigate to the fees and tuition page. Once you are on this page, you look around for the scholarship button. On some websites, you will be able to search for pages. Search for scholarships. Once you’ve seen the scholarship button click on it. It is on this page that you will see everything about getting a scholarship to study in that department or faculty in that very institution.
It is on this page that you will see scholarship programs offered by the faculty or department and scholarships offered by external bodies like organizations, institutions and foundations.
This is as easy as anything easy you know. Instead of waiting on a third-party website to provide you with information you eventually may not need, it is better you directly sort things out for yourself.
However, in situations where you did not find satisfying information about scholarship opportunities on the website of the school you want to study, what you will do is you search for the contact email or phone number of the bursary of that department. Send them a mail, or give them a call and inquire about possible scholarship opportunities one can get to study in their department or faculty, if they have such information, they will be glad to share them with you.
By following this step, you will obtain first hand information on how to get scholarship to study abroad in any school of your choice, in any program of your choice, and in any institution anywhere in the world.
Searching for scholarship on the institution’s website
To demonstrate my point, let us take a case study.
Say, here is my study plan:
Country of choice: Germany
Institution: Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Firstly, I will use google to search for the university website, I will type in Friedrich schiller university Jena.
Once I’m on the school’s website, I will search for the program I want to enroll in, which is photonics. Then I will search for scholarships, this will bring for me all scholarships available for the program I want to enroll in. However, if the scholarship programs I saw are not appealing to me, I can contact the bursary department and inquire on other available scholarship opportunities. This way, I’m already connecting with the school and building friendship with the staff and management of the school.
So, this is how to get a scholarship to study in any institution of your choice in any country of the world, and in any institution that offers scholarship. This way, you will be in charge of what you want, and you will eventually get it.
Try this today and tell me your experience in the comment section.
Some top international organizations and institutions that offer scholarships
If you are keen on getting a scholarship to study abroad, and you have been making researches on that, you may, or may not have come across some scholarship providing global organizations, institutions and foundations.
A number of scholarships are offered by intergovernmental organizations, global institutions, and international foundations for international students. The scholarships enable international students to pursue various fields of study at various Universities around the world
These organizations include:
Erasmus Mundus Scholarships
The Erasmus Mundus scholarships, which is funded by the European Union, are scholarships for a wide range of Erasmus Mundus Joint Programs at Masters or Doctorate level and targeted to students within and outside the European union. The program offers full scholarships and/or fellowships that cover the living costs, tuition fees, travelling and insurance costs of the students. Apply now.
Fulbright Foreign Student Program
The Fulbright Foreign Student Program enables graduate students, young professionals and artists from abroad to study and conduct research in the United States at U.S. universities or other academic institutions. Apply now.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) scholarships offers foreign graduates from developing and newly industrialized countries, from all areas of study, and with at least two years’ professional experience. These students are given the opportunity to take a postgraduate or Master’s degree at a state or state-recognized German university, in some cases, to take a doctoral degree, and to obtain a university qualification (Master’s/PhD) in Germany. Apply now.
Commonwealth Scholarships for Commonwealth Countries
Under the Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP), member countries of the Commonwealth offer Commonwealth Scholarships to other member countries. Through the scholarships, citizens of developing/developed Commonwealth countries can study in other developed/developing member countries. Most Commonwealth scholarships provides tuition fees, living allowance, travel costs, among others. Apply now
UNESCO Fellowships programs
UNESCO and partners jointly offer different training and Research fellowships to enhance the human resources and capacity-building of Member States of the United Nations, especially developing countries. The current fellowship program is conducted in China, Czech Republic, Poland, Korea, Russia, Israel, Switzerland, Japan, and Saudi Arabia. The fellowships generally cover monthly allowance and travel costs. However, each fellowship program offers its own benefits. Apply now
Joint Japan World Bank Scholarships (JJ/WBGSP)
(JJ/WBGSP) stands for Joint Japan World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program. This Scholarship program sponsors students from developing countries to pursue graduate studies leading to a master’s degree from preferred universities around the world. Scholars are expected to return home to contribute to the development of their country. The scholarship covers travel costs, tuition, and monthly allowance. Apply here
ADB Japan Scholarship Program
The Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship Program (ADB-JSP) aims to provide opportunities for well-qualified citizens of ADB’s developing member countries to undertake postgraduate studies in economics, management, science and technology, and other development-related fields at participating academic institutions in the Asian and Pacific Region. The ADB-JSP provides full tuition fees, a monthly subsistence and housing allowance, an allowance for books and instructional materials, medical insurance, and travel expenses. Apply now.
MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program for Africa
The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program is aimed at educating and developing academically qualified yet economically disadvantaged young people in Africa who will contribute to the transformation of the continent. The $500 million program will provide students in high school and university with the knowledge and leadership skills needed to contribute to economic and social progress across Africa. Scholars receive financial support for fees, uniforms, books and supplies, transportation, accommodation, and stipends. Apply here
OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) Scholarship Award
The OFID offers a fully-funded scholarship to qualified applicants who wish to study for a Master’s degree in an accredited University around the world subject to approval. The winner of the OFID Scholarship Award will receive a tuition support of up to US$50,000 plus a monthly allowance to cover living expenses, books and accommodation. Apply now.
Rotary Foundation Global Study Grants
The Rotary Foundation offers scholarship opportunities through the Rotary Foundation Global Grants which can be used to fund postgraduate studies of a Rotary club nominee in any country where there is a Rotary Club, which is in about 70 countries. The grants can cover the partial/full cost of your studies. Apply now.
Aga Khan Foundation International Scholarship Program
The Aga Khan Foundation provides a limited number of scholarships each year for postgraduate studies to outstanding students from developing countries who have no other means of financing their studies. Scholarships are awarded on a 50% grant. The Foundation assists students with tuition fees and living expenses only. Apply now.
If you look carefully on the scholarship providing institutions and foundations i listed above, you would discover that I added an “Apply now” link to each scholarship program.
If you click any of those links, you will be taking to the websites of the very organization, institution or foundation that offers the scholarship program.
This in turn confirms the point I hinted earlier on how it all works. when you visit a third-party website that provides scholarship opportunity information, you will eventually be led to visit the main website that offers the scholarship, hence, it would be better you visit the websites directly and from there, get all the information and application details you need.
I hope this timely article helps you get a scholarship of your choice, in the institution of your choice, and for the program of your choice. you can visit later for more informative articles like this. let me know your reaction in the comment section.
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