Winning a scholarship to study abroad is one of the purposes that requires the most preparation. Here we tell you 7 keys to make this process successful.
Studying abroad is a wish of many students who dream of having an experience in another country and studying at recognized universities around the world. Photo: Unsplash
LatinAmerican Post | María Fernanda Ramirez Ramos
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Studying abroad is a wish of many students who dream of having an experience in another country and studying at recognized universities around the world. However, the more prestigious the university, the more competition there is for a scholarship. For example, from 2000 to 2019, the Carolina Foundation granted 17,256 scholarships and grants for which 56,466 applicants applied. That is, only about 30% of applicants get the scholarship.
However, this is not an impossible task. Although most people show up multiple times and at various calls, the more prepared you are, the more opportunities you have to be successful. Here are some tips:
In addition to these recommendations, an essential requirement to apply for scholarships is knowledge of English, which will generally make you certify through an international exam. However, if you want to study in a country like Brazil, France, Canada, or Germany, it is best that you study their corresponding languages and prepare in advance.
Well, they say that there is no worse diligence than that which is not done. Therefore, we recommend that you apply to various scholarships at the same time, adapting your profile to each call.