Study in Australia with This $10,000 Grant
Posted On March 19, 2017
Enrolling with an offline or online college degree is one of the biggest decision you’ll ever take in life. So consider every aspect carefully. Don’t rush or you risk focusing too many of your energies in the wrong places. First off you should figure out which offline or online bachelor degree is right for you. And once you decide what exactly you want to study, you can go ahead and think about the financial aspect.
It’s certainly not easy paying for college these days, regardless of whether you are looking at traditional or online degrees. But luckily grants for education are available for students who are financially challenged. Let us give you a few examples of a few great grants for education you might want to look into.
Have you ever wanted to study in Australia? Well the Macquarie Vice-Chancellor International Scholarships aim to help students from developing countries achieve their dreams. These bursaries are open for undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled with an offline or online college degree with an interest in the following areas: Engineering, Environment, Human Science, Media, Linguistics and Education.
The scholarship grant is varied up to AUD$10,000 and can be used towards covering the tuition fee. It’s not renewable, so once you get it this will be it. Although it’s quite a generous sum.
If you have always had an interest in the fine arts, the Vice-Chancellor International Scholarships at University of the Arts in London is just what you need. The grant applies to students living in low to middle income economy countries like Ghana, Somalia or Niger.
Take into consideration that applying to this grant goes beyond you being enrolled with a traditional or online bachelor degree. You’ll need to be pursuing a full Master’s Degree plan.
The scholarship awards up to £25,000 which can be used to cover tuition fee chargers and make a contribution towards living costs. On top of that, grant recipients will also be offered International Students House (ISH) accommodation throughout their stay.
Students of offline or online degrees who have graduated and want to continue their education by pursuing a master, should really try applying to the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships.
Maybe you have dreamed of studying in the United States all your life? The US is a rich ground for finding all kinds of offline or online college degree programs, so if you are interested in a particular niche – America is the best place to be.
The Fulbright Foreign Student Program offers up to 4,000 grants for education each year. Generally, the scholarship covers tuition, airfare, living stipend and health insurance. Students will need to apply through the Fulbright Commission/Foundation or US Embassy in their home countries.
So there you go. As we demonstrated above, there are plenty of funding options for students looking for a traditional or online bachelor degree and for those who want to enroll in a Masters or PhD program. So now you can now confidently start searching for offline or online degrees, so you can start your voyage