Scholarship

Introduction

There are times when we need to reduce the cost of funding our education. When this happens, a scholarship seem to be the best solution. Every year, organizations award scholarships to students. Want to increase your chances of getting a scholarship? Here are 9 ways to do so.

  1. Get information on scholarships via sites that post scholarships

It is easier to search for scholarships via scholarship websites. Apply for notifications on these websites so as to know when a particular scholarship is available.

 

  1. Search for scholarships on time

Do well to search for scholarships as early as possible because many organizations have one deadline per year.  If you miss this, you will have to wait for another year before you can apply.

 

  1. Apply to eligible scholarships

Make sure you apply to scholarships that are worth it. If you want a full scholarship, apply to a full scholarship because some scholarships cover only a part of the school fees. Applying for a part scholarship would not do much good unless you have enough money to cover the remaining part of it.

 

  1. Volunteering

Since most organizations offering these scholarships are nonprofit making organizations, it will do much good if they see a volunteering experience in your profile. It will show how much you have done and your willingness to help and work.

 

  1. Be professional

What do you see when you search for yourself on google? The people awarding scholarships may google you to find more information about you. Go to your social media pages and remove contents that may leave a bad impression. Also, use a professional picture while applying

 

  1. Give the scholarship sponsor what it wants

Before applying for any scholarship, it is advisable to do a research on the scholarship sponsor and see what they are into. Go to the ABOUT US section and read it. The scholarship site will also give you a certain information relating to the scholarship and what they want from you. Do well to read it properly so as to give them what they want.

 

  1. Be passionate

While crafting out your application essay, let your personal voice come through. Include details that will help reveal who you are. It is a good idea to focus on a problem and how you solved it.

 

  1. Complete your application

There is no way a scholarship sponsor will accept an uncompleted application. Make sure your application is duly and properly completed. Only completed applications are reviewed.

 

  1. Do not miss the deadline

Look for the deadline of a particular scholarship and make sure you complete your application before that deadline so as to prevent them from discarding your application.

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