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September 8th, 2015

For Scholarship Success, be Ready to Embrace New Commitments and Make Sacrifices, When I was younger, my mother always told me that there was no such thing as a free lunch. Naturally, in my childish arrogance, I did  not believe her. This made sense, because I did not pay for anything. Everything is free as a child. I know now, that I have to pay for all of my lunches. But what about when you are treated to lunch by a friend or colleague, you ask? This is free is it not? Common wisdom would dictate that it is. You are not paying for it yourself after all. This is […]

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September 7th, 2015

How is the RCC Helping South Asian Students? The Indian Subcontinent remains one of the poorer regions of the world. As a result, many of its best and brightest do not have the opportuntity to fully exploit their talent in a way that can help the world. Fortunately, the RCC Institute of Technology is doing something remarkable. It is giving study opportunities to people from these countries which they otherwise would not have thats to its technology scholarships. These scholarships are aimed at outstanding students who have been accepted to study baccalaureate programs in technology at the RCC Institute of Technology, and are very generous. The requirements are simple. The […]

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August 26th, 2015
Comments Off on A Television Show is Causing a Big Bang in the World of Scholarships

Television shows are not always educational. In fact, the term “educational television” is often considered to be an oxymoron. Like rock and roll, and video games, television is often used as a scapegoat for many of society’s problems. In actuality, like any tool, it can be used for best or for worst. There are numerous ways of using television in a positive way. This can be seen in the way that educational television shows are still popular, and do indeed serve to educate the masses. For example, Bill Nye the Science Guy has taught an entire generation of children the basics of science, and made it more accessible. For younger […]

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August 24th, 2015

This is the second of our two part series on scholarships for women from Africa and developing countries. We have a lengthy list, which is why we had to divide the list into two. This is a reflection of the epic scope of the work sought to be done by these schemes, which is truly ambitious. Campbell Fellowship for Women Scholar-Practitioners from Developing Nation Via: flickr.com This is intended for a female post doctorate scientist from a developing country who seeks to work towards resolving issues related to female economic and social empowerment in her home country. Those awarded the scholarships also gain office space at the School for Advanced […]

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August 18th, 2015

Education is very valuable. In fact, it has often been cited as the best way to bring people, and entire nations out of poverty. Women, single mothers in particular, are particularly vulnerable to the effects of poverty. This is why Bursary.me is proud to list you some of the best scholarships available to women from developing countries around the world. This is because, of any group of people the ones who can most benefit from a university education are not only women, but women from developing countries. One of our goals is to ensure that as many people get the best education available as is possible. We need to do […]

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