Comprehensive Guide to Scholarships for All Levels of Study

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What is it?

A scholarship is a financial aid award for students to further their education. The scholarship fund is non-repayable and is mostly rewarded based on student’s academic or extracurricular achievement.

Who needs it?

It’s ideal for students who are in need of financial aid to afford the cost of tuition and other academic-related expenses. It can be suited for students at any level of study, including Pre-degree, undergraduate, Masters, Ph.D or Post-doc levels.


  1. Select the scholarship you are eligible for and wish to apply.
  2. Understand all the requirements of the scholarship.
  3. Gather all necessary documents.
  4. Fill out the scholarship application form.
  5. Write a compelling motivational or cover letter.
  6. Get letters of recommendation if required.
  7. Submit all the documents before the application deadline.
  8. Wait for feedback from the scholarship provider.

Required Documents

• Proof of admission or application to the school you want to study in. • Academic transcript • Any certificates of achievement if available • A passport-size photo • Passport or ID card • A motivational or cover letter • Letters of recommendation • Medical certificate

Providers that can do it for you

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Additional details

Always remember that each scholarship program has its unique requirements and process. Therefore, carefully go through all the information on the scholarship’s official page is critical. Make sure your application is submitted before the deadline. In addition to that, you should keep an eye on your mail for feedback about your application.


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