Common Questions at your Disposal
Information and details about the international scholarships and how to apply are collected and displayed.
Scholarships are available for all degree levels, but they vary widely from scholarship to scholarship:
Scholarships are mostly awarded to students from the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Europe, Africa Europe, North America, and Asia.
After the deadline, you will not be able to apply for this scholarship. You can, however, wait until the next application period or next year at the same time. Also, you can start applying for other scholarships until then.
Students from all countries would love to study in their universities so that they can get a better education, invest in their country or the host country, and promote what they have learned worldwide.
To find out what scholarships are available in a particular country or university, check all the scholarships they offer, and write down a list of the documents you will need to apply for the scholarship. After you have all your documents ready, check each scholarship’s “how to apply” section, and start applying immediately.
If you do not have any particular countries in mind, you can check scholarships one by one and filter them. Once you have chosen some of them to apply for, prepare your documents and apply.
Document requirements for scholarships vary from one to another, but here are the most common ones:
- Scholarship Application Form
- Academic Certificates and Transcripts
- Copy of your Passport or ID
- English Proficiency Certificate (IELTS, TOEFL, …)
- Recommendation Letters
- Personal Statement or Motivation Letter
- Medical Certificate
Not all of these documents are required by all scholarships, but if you can collect these, you can apply for any scholarship right away.
Please note that all documents must be in English or with a certified translation, or in the native language of the country where you are applying.
Your personal statement should include information about your academic achievements, extracurricular activities and passions (e.g., volunteering and sports). You should also explain why you want to study at that course and university.
In the event that you are unable to write it or can’t come up with ideas, you can contact us using one of the methods below, and we will provide you with personal statement samples to assist you.
If you need a recommendation letter, you need to ask one of your teachers or professors to write one for you, and they must sign it. Also, if they can get a school or university stamp, it will be a bonus for your letter.
Don’t forget to include the teacher’s contact information in case the university needs to contact him.
You can write it yourself on Word, print it, and then ask your teacher to sign it if he can’t.
In case you are not able to write its form, you can contact us with one of the methods listed below, and we will provide you with samples to help you.
No, it depends on the scholarship. Scholarships that do not require certificates can mean two things:
- 1) You will study in a foreign language, and you will have a preparatory year to learn it.
- 2) If your program is in English and you don’t need a language certificate, then you will be tested on your English skills in the interview.
You have got 3 contact options: (We will reply as soon as possible)
- 2) You can send us a message by clicking the chatting icon at the bottom of the website.
- 2) Use the provided website email and send us your question.
- 3) You can contact us by using one of our social media pages on our website
Soon, we will have a “notification” button that will allow you to provide your email address and be notified of all scholarships.
We do not have this option right now due to privacy issues, but we will add it very soon once it’s ready.
Please let us know once you see any problem or mistake during scanning the scholarships or applying for them. One of the contact options above can be used.