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February 2nd, 2017
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Not all scholarship programs have to be based on you having good grades. Actually, there are some pretty bizarre scholarships out there you could take advantage of if you have the necessary skill set. Throughout your life you might have been told to accept all your unique and perhaps unusual qualities. Now these atypical qualities might help you get the money you need to fund your offline or online education. Interested in bettering yourself, so you are thinking of applying to a traditional or online university, but you worry you won’t be able to have the necessary funds? Well then, these weird scholarship programs might be the answer you’re looking […]

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November 29th, 2016
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Udacity seemingly has the perfect plan for any developing or “beginner newbies” to the Android developing market. The Udacity scholarship is at the time only available in the EU, yet there have been rumors of making Udacity a global international scholarship. Now to break down the fundamental differences between the beginner path and the programmer path read below: Beginner Path towards building your first app: Learn how to code and build your portfolio No previous experience required Support from Udacity advisors A three month pass towards Android Basics: User Interface The first 1,000 individuals will generously be given an extended 3 month scholarship, headed towards the Android Basics Nanodegree Program […]

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November 21st, 2016
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The relatively high cost of education around the world is a huge impediment to finishing education. As countries are typically categorized as first world, second world, and third world countries, the surging cost of education is more felt in third world countries. Education plays a significant factor in every country. The more educated the citizens of a country are, the more successful that country will be. Governments have recognized the value of education such that much of a country’s budget is allocated for education. Education undeniably impacts the growth of any country. With a college degree, a person opens himself to greater opportunities to a job that can provide security […]

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September 26th, 2016
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We have all come across an odd scholarship proposal one time or another. However, this list shows some true golden opportunities in the form of an odd scholarship. The Zinch Three Sentence Scholarship Yes, three sentences is exactly right. The company Zinch has gone far and beyond by awarding the student who writes an essay (3 sentences or more) about Karma. How do you perceive, deal or witnessed the effects of Karma play a role in life. Basically a general idea as to how you as an individual have approached Karma in daily life. The student will be awarded $1,000 for their upcoming freshman year at the college of their […]

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September 20th, 2016
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AIA/AAF Minority Disadvantaged Scholarship Program  Since architecture programs are one of the hardest to come by, especially for their financial requirements. The AIA/AAF push the idea of low-income students being able to achieve a professional degree within architecture design. Eligibility comes down to whether or not you are a minority or have a financially disadvantage background status. Yet another added requirement is that you must be a native of the United States, as of right now this is not open to international students. However, that could change with time. The AIA/AAF is open to high school students as well as individuals in their first year of college. Whether your schooling […]

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