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20 Aug 2016

All You Should Know About Study Abroad Scholarships – Secrets Revealed

Have you been searching endlessly for foreign scholarship opportunities? Congratulations! This post has the answers to your search(es). The information contained in this post is known to only less than 5% of the student population. I therefore implore you to read this post now. This post will uncover and open up your mind to secrets that will change your life positively. If you think you know about study abroad scholarship opportunities, I urge you to keep an open mind while reading because you will be amazed to discover so many new secrets. Study-Abroad agents will wish their lives that you never laid your hands on this kind of information.

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1. FULL SCHOLARSHIP: These scholarships which are offered in Australia and the United Kingdom (UK) takes care of all your study abroad expenses including tuition fees, feeding allowance, accommodation, books, travel expenses (e.g flight ticket to & fro) and some other expenses.

2. FULL SCHOLARSHIP WITHOUT TRAVEL EXPENSES: This scholarship takes care of all your study abroad expenses excluding your travel expenses (e.g flight ticket to & fro). United States of America (USA) offers this scholarship.

3. PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP (EUROPEAN TUITION-FREE UNIVERSITIES: These scholarships only take care of your tuition fees. These European countries (UK, USA, Australia, Germany, Finland, Norway, Iceland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Poland, Italy & Austria) share the view that higher education is a right for everyone and the results of a highly educated population benefits everyone. This is why the Government of these countries took it upon themselves to fund their education and this opportunity is also extended to International students from any country of the world. Universities in Luxembourg and Austria are considered tuition-free because their tuition fees are extremely cheap: . aďout €200 – €400 per annum.

These Tuition-Free Universities are not substandard in any way; in fact many of them are one of the best Universities in Europe. Some ranks higher than the UK & US Universities. Tuition fees do not determine the quality of a University. The best universities in Africa, Asia or other developing countries cannot match the standard of these European Tuition-Free Universities. Though, they are not English speaking countries but you’ll bt taught completely in English Language and you don’t have to learn their language before or after admission.

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The Big Question You May Want To Ask Is:


Yes! They are. All the scholarship categories listed above are available for all International students from any country of the world. Guess what? Only few people know about these scholarship opportunities. If you meet the admission requirements of these universities, you are good to go.


1. For Bachelor’s degree: Senior School Certificate or O-Levels e.g WASSCE, NECO, GCE, NABTEB etc or equivalent.

2. For Master’s degree: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.

3. For Doctorate degree (PhD): Master’s degree or equivalent.

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Finland and USA requires a language proficiency certificate e.g TOEFL or IELTS. Germany requires ͞StudienKolleg͟.

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  1. Your Curriculum Vitae (CV) will be highly rated.

  2. Employers give you higher priority and consideration for employment. Sometime ago, it was widely reported in the newspapers that NLNG (Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas Company) advertised for graduates to fill vacancies in the organisation. When the applicants got there on the day set for the interview, the NLNG officials asked them to stand in two separate lines. One line for those who went to Universities in Nigeria (it didn’t matter if you went to Covenant University where you paid over N500, 000 per session or University of Uyo where you paid N33, 000). The other line was for those who studied abroad. Now guess what the NLNG guys did? They started calling in those who went to school abroad first!

  3. Obtaining a degree abroad will help you secure a high-placed Job.

  4. High pay check/salary.

  5. If you do well in your studies, you could be retained for a job abroad instead of returning to your home country immediately after your studies.

  6. Studying Abroad increases your International Job Prospects.

  7. Obtaining a degree abroad earn you lots of respect & dignity.

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  1. Studying abroad significantly increases your exposure, network and connections.
  2. Studying abroad will open-up your mind to greater possibilities and opportunities in life.

  3. There are job opportunities and students are allowed to work. For example, In Germany, you could earn between 500 to 1, 500 Euros monthly.

  4. Their student hostels have 24/7 free high-speed internet and electricity. This is a good opportunities for bloggers, internet/affiliate marketers to do well in their internet businesses. While studying, you can start your own internet business ;part time if you don’t have one yet. There is no room for internet fraudsters though, because they will be caught red-handed and deported immediately.

  5. Studying abroad upgrades your International passport. Once you can get a Visa to study abroad, you can get Visa to any other country of the world.

  6. If you have a Visa to any Schengen country, this gives you permission to visit all the 26 Schengen countries which are: Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Iceland, Norway, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland and Liechtenstein

  7. You will be introduced to first hand practical, researches and experiments, not just theory.

  8. With your creativity, there are many opportunities for you while studying abroad

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Many students in your country had studied/are currently studying abroad taking advantage of these scholarship opportunities. But, when they’ve been offered admissions ; especially African students, they do not inform people about their departure to study abroad except their very close and trusted friends or relatives. This is why you probably do not know about these scholarship opportunities before this time. Now that you know, the question you should ask is: How do I apply for theses study abroad scholarship opportunitites? Here is the study abroad process:

  1. You ǀisit the Universities websites detailed admission requirements.

  2. Apply online.

  3. Send the admission required documents by post.

  4. Receive admission letter and email.

  5. Apply for Visa.

  6. Flight to the country of the scholarship awarding institution.

  7. Resume studies

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Anyone who have studied or currently studying abroad has followed the above process. But, in addition to this study abroad process, you must know the following:

1. HOW TO GET YOUR ADMISSION APPLICATION APPROVED: Stop paying exorbitant fees to ͞Study-Abroad agents͟ for admissions. You can do it yourself! To process any successful admission, you need to ask yourself the following questions;

a) Which country will I like to study? There are 12 countries: UK, USA, Australia, Germany, Finland, Norway, Iceland, Luxembourg, Portugal, Poland, Italy & Austria. The choice is yours!

b) When is the Admission deadline? They have different admission deadline in each country.

c) What degree do I want to obtain? Is it Bachelor’s degree, Master’s or Doctorate degree?

d) What course do I want to study? There are over 900 programs/courses available for study for each degree. The choice is yours!

e) Which University is my choice? There are many Universities available for you to study.

f) What are the Admission requirements? The basic requirements have been mentioned earlier in this eBook.

g) How do I apply for Admission? Admission processing is step-by-step and easy to do when you already have the guidelines.

h) How do I write a compelling Letter Of Motivation? Some Universities requires admission applicants to submit a Letter Of Motivation.

i) How do I write compelling European Standard Curriculum Vitae (CV)? Some Universities requires admission applicants to submit a European Standard or Europass Curriculum Vitae (CV).

j) Where and How do I Certify my Admission documents? Thousand had been denied admission because they did not certify or authenticate their admission documents.

k) How do I increase my chances of admission? Admission processing is good but it is also better to know how to increase your chances of getting your admission approved.

l) For fast delivery, how do I post my admission documents? Many people posted their admission documents using the wrong delivery company at the wrong time. As such, their admission documents arrived late at the university and their admission was forfeited. There is a cheap way of posting your documents using the right mail delivery service at the right time to enable your documents reach the university before the admission deadline.

m) Are all the admission processes cheap? Yes they are, if you know how.

n) What do I need to do thereafter? Some universities require that you do some certain things after you’ve posted your admission documents.

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Thousands had been denied Visa because they fail some of the simple Visa processing tips and secrets. There are certain things you need to know before and after you fix an appointment for interview at the embassy. You do not need to pay any ͞Agent͟ to process you Visa. You can do it yourself! Before you start processing your student Visa, you need to ask yourself the following questions;

a) Have I received my admission acceptance letter?

b) Have I received my admission acceptance email?

c) If my admission acceptance letter does not arrive on time prior to the universities resumption date and they are close to resumption, what do I do?

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d) What if my admission acceptance letter arrived late and now the university had resumed. What do I do? If the university had resumed and you are still in your home country, most embassies will not approve your Visa even if you meet the visa requirement. Therefore, you must know what to do.

e) What are the Visa requirements?

f) In my home country, what are the addresses of the embassies of the country that I’ve chosen to study?

g) How do I book an appointment for interview at the embassy?

h) How do I prepare for the Visa interview at the embassy?

i) What are the likely interview questions at the embassy? You need to have a clue of this beforehand so that you can prepare yourself.


To be continued…


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