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Scholarships for other countries

Updated on Nov 15, 2022
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Scholarships vary according to countries and the regulations of certain universities. Along with your decision to study abroad, you should check out all the available alternatives and options and select the one that best suits your requirements.

Academics, achievements, interests, skills, affiliations with other organizations or professional goals are among the factors used to give merit-based scholarships. The federal and state governments, private enterprises, local businesses, professional organizations, and colleges may provide these scholarships.

Each scholarship has its unique requirements that the student must adhere to.

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1 Government scholarships

Scholarship recipients for government scholarships are usually exempted from paying tuition costs. Most of these awards are for three, six, or nine months.

The following are the requirements for receiving the scholarship - 

  • Knowledge of a certain language is a prerequisite for the chosen institution's educational requirements (the language of instruction used in the program that you applied for)

  • Students are frequently required to be under a specified age restriction.

 Some government scholarships in the United Kingdom cover the following:

  • monthly living allowance for tuition expenses

  • extra subsidies and allowances to cover essential expenditures 

  • return economy class ticket to and from the UK

2 Merit-based scholarships

Academics, achievements, interests, skills, affiliations with other organizations or professional goals are among the factors considered when giving merit-based scholarships. The federal and state governments, massive enterprises, local businesses, professional organizations, and colleges may provide these scholarships.

The students should note that each scholarship has its unique requirements that should be adhered to.

3 Need-based scholarships

Grants are sometimes called "gift assistance" since they are money-free. They are also considered a sort of financial help that does not need repayment. Unlike scholarships, which are typically awarded based on merit, grants, also known as bursaries in some countries, are awarded primarily based on need. Grants or bursaries usually are awarded based on the need for financial aid.

4 FAQ's

Question 1: Who funds a scholarship?

Answer: Scholarships can be funded by religious groups, businesses, community organizations, or other private associations.

 Question 2: Which countries offer students to study at low costs?

Answer: Nordic nations such as Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden allow students to study at a low cost or for free.

Question 3: Which are the most prestigious scholarships in the world?

Answer: Some of the most prestigious universities in the world include - 

  • National Merit Scholarship for Academic Excellence.

  • Rhodes Scholarships - Study at the University of Oxford.

  • Schwarzman Scholarship for Graduate study at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

  • Winston Churchill Scholarship - Study in STEM at Churchill College, Cambridge University.

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