All About International Scholarships, Complete A To Z Guide Foe Beginners
Getting a scholarship is not a hard job as most students and parents think. You just need better planning and research work. In this article i shall share some tips for winning scholarship. Here is a complete set of instructions and tips for finding an award for your education. You should read all this before you start finding a scholarship.
Optimize your chance of getting scholarship with early research.
Make a comprehensive and precise scholarships list you’re eligible for. If you don’t match the criteria of an scholarship, don’t apply for it. If you have any doubt about your eligibility for a particular scholarship, contact the scholarship sponsor.
Step By Step International Scholarship Guide-Procedure, Tips & Tricks
To find out the the scholarships visit libraries regularly. First search for local and institutional scholarships. Use web search for the purpose. Visit scholarship section of our site and HEC. Consult your professors and university guidance office.Read local and international news papers daily. Use forums and question answer sites on web also never forget the importance of social media.
Check the policies of your parents employer company, in short leave no stone unturned.
A lot of scholarships depend on a certain grade point average (GPA), Most awards have a minimum baseline of a 3.0 GPA.
Start early research as all the awards have some deadline.The earlier you start researching, the more options you’ll have.
Never pay any one for getting scholarship, remember all scholarships are free for deserving and brilliant students, you just need to search them out.
Read the requirement and procedure carefully. Follow the given instructions.Get assistance from your seniors or teachers. Make a list of what makes you unique and make sure to include those characteristics in your application form and curriculum vitae.
Apply for maximum scholarships.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
Collect the required documents such as
1-Attested copies of your degrees,certificates and transcripts.
2-Proof of financial condition (income tax returns of you and your guardian or income declaration)
3-Atleast two letters of recommendations (work/academic)
4-Proof of your eligibility.
5- Proof of your identity and citizenship.
6-Some passport size photographs.
8-Letter of motivation and study plan.
9-Certificate of language proficiency(e.g. TOEFL, minimum score 100, IELTS minimum 7.5 bands )
10-For applying certain scholarships you need to provide proof of your past work (an essay etc.)
Proofread the application form carefully. Avoid spelling and grammatical mistakes. Don’t write in any column over the length limit and don’t leave any column blank.Request some senior or teacher to read it.
Either you type or print your award application, it must be legible.
double check your application form and don’t forget to sign and date your application.
Make extra copies of all documents and scholarship form.
Arrange the documents in proper order and use decent application folder if you are sending application by post.
Send your scholarship application before deadline and always use secured postal services.
Some times you may have an interview. So always remain updated in your field.
If you don’t get a scholarship, keep applying for other scholarships and never loose heart always remember, where there is the will, there is a way. Keep visiting our website and face book page for latest scholarships alerts.