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August 5th, 2013

There is a method to get your studies funded without getting the money from just one place. It requires a simple switch of mentality, but it can get you immense results. Here it is: why get the money from only one institution when you can get it from several? Even if you get small sums from each they can add up to the total costs of your studies leaving you debt free at the end of college.

In order to be sure you get a scholarship you must be more persistent than the rest and do more. The sure way to do this is to apply to every kind of scholarship you find out about. Make a list of all the scholarships you find out about gradually or use the one provided by Bursary.me.

In order to increase your chances call every University or institution that you can think of and tell them that you would like to go there and check their scholarship offer. Because nobody does this anymore you will be received with great pleasure by the staff and most likely helped in your endeavor. You can apply for 50, 60 or even 100 scholarships. There is no limit to the number of applications you can send. Yes, you will need to write essays and complete forms, but after a few applications you will be able to reuse the information and you will even learn the processes by heart.

Another good hint is to use your network of connections to find new scholarships that are not public. Ask everyone you know if their company or institution does not have, by any chance, a scholarship to offer. Most big companies do and most institutions will probably be interested in funding your studies, at least partially, if you submit a great application and take your time to find a unique angle of presenting your qualities and your goals.

Finally, remember that in order to get a scholarship or a bursary you do not need to be a genius or have only high grades. Actually, there might not count at all if you make a good impression and have an excellent essay that underlines your potential. Request feedback on your applications before submitting them, proofread every document that you want to send and be persistent. Do something starting today.

January 28th, 2013

Applying and getting a bursary is not that hard, but actually finding the right bursary for you can be a little more difficult. Bursaries are offered if you are in financial need or if you are really good at athletics or some educational topic, so there is not much to do there than present the facts in a good light or pay special attention when you fill out the application.

The bursaries are however different. Not all of them offer the same amount of money and you should also pay attention to the length of the bursary. To understand where you can start looking for bursaries you must understand who is giving them out. Most of the time you`ll be able to find a bursary offered by your universities. If you are not yet at university is a good practice to see what independent or state universities offer bursaries for students that need the help. You may want to choose a certain university instead of another as it will be free for you to study there. Bursaries are also offered by institutions and they target different criteria. This is when you will need to choose them according to what you are good at.

The best way to find bursaries is to go ahead and ask about their availability at each big university in your town or the town where you want to go to study in. The university officials will be able to tell you if they have any available bursaries and what are the requirements. Phone or email local institutions to see if they are currently offering bursaries and if they are associated with any universities in the country. Go firstly to the institutions that treat subject in which you are interested.

Use the internet to your advantage, but be smart about it. Search for bursaries in your town or on a certain subject. A “biology bursary in Washington” will probably get you better results than a general search on “bursaries in the USA”.

Go on student forums and look for threads related to bursaries or ask others how they managed to get a bursary. You will get loads of useful information this way. Ask around and make everyone know that you are interested in getting a bursary. You never know who might know about one or who might be able to give you a hand.

January 28th, 2013

Bursaries are essentially money that you get in order to complete your studies and which you do not have to give back. A bursary is offered by independent schools, institutions and sometimes by the state or various organizations.

A bursary is offered based on a special ability that you might have and that sets you apart from the crowd, a proven financial need, and athletic skill or an academic achievement of some kind. This means that you either have to be very good at something (whether it is sports, mathematics, biology, chemistry or something related to educational activities) or be in need of financial aid. Usually is a combination of both, but most of the time the financial aspect is the most important.

In order to get a bursary you must first ask for it. It sounds obvious, but not many people know that they can apply for one thus there are plenty of bursaries out there. The first step is to go to the financial office at your university and ask if there are any bursaries available and if you could apply for one. You will also receive all the requirements and you will need to fill out an application. In the application you must include the proof of how much your parents earn and if that sum is below a certain level set by the university your chances of getting a bursary will sky-rocket. When you apply make sure you ask for skill-based bursaries also and specify if you got exceptional results in an educational field. Usually if you perform really well you will be noticed by your teachers and you will be recommended for a bursary.

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