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A Scholarship is defined as a financial award for a student scholar for the purpose of furthering their education.
Education can be expensive. Very expensive. If you're rich, you shouldn't have a problem paying for college. If you want to work while studying, you should be ok. If you feel like borrowing money to pay for university, that's fine. But there's a better way.
Schools, institutes and companies want to give you money.
Yes, that's right. Scholarships attached to successful students can raise a school's reputation, create productive representatives of institutes, and help nurture future ideal employees for top companies. That's why scholarships exist, and they're out there for you to take advantage, so don't be shy - apply.
If you're thinking, "I'm not special, why would anybody give me money?", you're wrong. There's a scholarship out there just for you, you just have to find it. If you have good marks, if you volunteer, if you help out in your community, if you participate in extracurricular activities, even if you have a disability- you're eligible for something. Take a look at these stats from Scholarship Canada. Of the 7,363 individual scholarships listed in the 2004 ScholarshipsCanada.com Entrance Awards directory there are:
So you see, anybody can get a scholarship. It's a relatively simple way of getting money
To get a good scholarship, you should start early and focus even while you're in high school. Here are a few things that will look great on your application and can help you secure a good scholarship:
Whatever you do, make sure you don't spend your time sitting on your couch and watching TV.
Make your time count by doing meaningful activities that can help you improve your skills and demonstrate the fact that you can make a difference in the world if you get a scholarship and a solid education.
All you have to do is… apply!
These are the steps you should take to find and apply for scholarships:
The best scholarship we at LearnHub
know of is… well, the LearnHub Dream
Scholarship of course! You can get $2000 just by being
a part of LearnHub, and it'll also help you get into great schools.
Isn't that amazing?
Here are some examples of other well-known scholarships you might have heard of:
Don't forget to check out our scholarship community for more information!