Eligibility for a scholarship
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How do I apply?
As with eligibility, there is no set rule on how to apply for scholarships. While some just require you to complete an application form, others may require a specially written piece of work, or for you to be pursuing studies in a certain field. If you find a scholarship for which you think that you may be eligible, contact the award administrator of that award. All the scholarships found in the Scholarship search contain contact details of the award administrator.

Scholarship exams to study abroad
Competitive entrance exams including SAT, MCAT, LSAT, GMAT, GRE, IELTS and the TOEFL are required for abroad studies. TOEFL and IELTS top the list of exams in terms of the sheer number of international students involved in the process of taking either one of the tests to demonstrate their English language skills.

Documents required:
The documents usually needed for a scholarship application are as follows, although the requirements may differ:

Academic records and photocopies
A recent CV
A letter of intent, which acts as a cover page
Certificate of Language Proficiency (TOEFL or IELTS scores)
Letters of Reference (LOR)

Admission Tests:
Applicants are advised to register for all required admission tests for admission to Australian universities well beforehand.
Most importantly, since Australia is an English-speaking country, you must possess good English language skills. Therefore you must take an English language proficiency test. The most commonly accepted exam is IELTS which is also the only English proficiency exam accepted by the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship.
In case, you want to pursue post-graduation through an MBA program in Australian universities or B-schools, you are required to take the Graduate Management Admission Exam (GMAT). This is not mandatory; however, few colleges require this to take admission.

Scholarships for Indian students in USA

Fulbright Foreign Student program – This program is granted to young professionals, graduates who aspire to study abroad. The Fulbright program is operational in more than 155 countries worldwide. The eligibility and selection criterion varies for each country. Some of the major advantages of this scholarship are: J-1 visa support, Round trip economy airfare, accident and sickness coverage.

Microsoft Scholarships (Undergrad) – Microsoft funds students who wish to pursue their masters in Computer Science, Science & Technology streams. The scholarships are awarded to students who display passion in their chosen field be it technology, leadership etc.

Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation – The foundation offers a scholarship programme to Indian students who possess a consistent and exemplary academic record. The PG scholarship amount is upto 20 lakhs interest free loan. It is mainly focused on students who would like to pursue their studies in the fields of Pure sciences, Applied sciences, Law, Social Sciences and Humanities.

Ivy Parker Memorial Scholarship (2000$, Women only) – The ivy parker scholarship is awarded to women who wish to pursue their bachelor or graduate programs, in the fields of engineering, technology and computer science.

The Generation Google Scholarship – This scholarship was established to assist upcoming students in the fields of computer and technology. The selected students will be granted 10,000 USD (for students studying in US) or 5000 CAD (for students studying in Canada).

Scholarship in UK
Applying for Scholarships:
This is one of the most important steps of the whole process. Once you have short-listed the institutions to which you plan to apply; focus on the various scholarships listed on the institutions’ websites. Read through the details and apply to all the scholarships for which you are eligible.
Ensure that you complete the scholarship application form properly, provide all relevant details and send the form well in time. In addition to these scholarships; regular announcements are made by philanthropists and private organisations before the admission season. Check educational websites, newspapers, international student support forums and Facebook pages for updates and apply accordingly.
Note: Some institutions mandate that the scholarship application should be made with the original course admission form. Some institutions open up the scholarship process for students only once the admission form is verified and the student is given a conditional offer.

Scholarship Eligibility Amount
Sustainability Professional Candidate is member of Institute of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability (ICRS), or International Equivalent. 10% of fees
Local Business Professional Candidate is member of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, and Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce (or International Equivalent). 10% of fees
Finance Professional Candidate is member of Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) or Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) (or International Equivalent). 10% of fees
Other Professional Candidate is member of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation (CILT), Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Law Society, Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS), Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) (or International Equivalents). 10% of fees

Securing a Scholarship
You need to have received an offer of a place on the MBA before you apply for a scholarship.
Once you have secured an offer of a place on the program you can complete the online scholarship application form for entry on our Full Time Program.
The deadline for scholarship applications will be 31st May
Once applications have closed shortlisted applicants may be invited for a Skype interview with our sponsors and donors early June
All scholarships are awarded on a discretionary basis by our generous donors, with eligibility assessed on the basis of your academic qualifications, work experience and your personal statement. The outcome of your scholarship application will be communicated to you around mid-June.

Australia Awards Scholarships
Australia Awards Scholarships are administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia. The scholarships provide a wide range of opportunities to students from the developing countries, especially those countries located in the Indo-Pacific region, to pursue full time undergraduate or postgraduate study at participating Australian universities and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) institutions.

Including any preparatory training, the scholarships are offered for the minimum period necessary for the individual to complete the academic program. The scholarship covers full tuition fees, return air travel, establishment allowance, contribution to living expenses (CLE), Introductory Academic Program (IAP), Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), Pre-course English (PCE), Supplementary Academic Support and fieldwork.
To be eligible for the scholarship, the candidate must have attained minimum 18 years of age and must not be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia. In addition, other eligibility criteria depend on the admission requirements of the institution in which the award is to be undertaken.

How to apply: To apply for Australia Awards Scholarships, the applicants need to get registered and fill the application form online by using the Online Australia Scholarships Information System (OASIS). The deadline varies country to country, but normally falls around the month of February and April each year.

OCSI Scholarship Guidelines
The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India Scholarships are part-cost awards for undergraduate, second undergraduate, graduate study and research in any subject available at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, UK.
The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India (OCSI) is a not-for-profit alumni organization based in New Delhi, India. The scholarships offered by OCSI are Equal Opportunity, i.e. the decisions made in awarding these scholarships are not based on race, color, religion, disability, age (except for maximum age criterion), sex or ancestry. Relatives of the Executive Committee of the Oxford and Cambridge Society of India are not eligible for consideration for these scholarships.

Background to the scholarships
These scholarships were instituted by the Society over fifty years ago. Originally established as a purely social network of the Oxford and Cambridge alumni in Delhi, the Society transitioned into a more academic and educational support network in the 1960s, while continuing with its major role as an alumni body. Initially, the scholarships were a peripheral activity, but these soon became the most important aspect of the working of the society, which itself moved from a Delhi-base to an all-India role through the scholarships.
The universities of Oxford and Cambridge have been favored destinations for Indian students for many years. However, in recent years, the increasing cost of a British university education and the greater competition for the few scholarships available has meant that fewer and fewer Indian students are able to take up places at Oxford and Cambridge. The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India has been offering scholarships every year, but these are dependent on the annual generosity of a few donors.

University of Cambridge, UK
University of Oxford, UK
(Some scholarships may be limited to one or the other university, or sometimes to specific colleges at the universities)

Courses/Field of study
Generally available for any subject/course/field of study available at the two universities (some scholarships may be limited to specific courses or fields of study)

The levels of study would include the following:
Research leading to the PhD degree
One-year post-graduate courses (e.g. MPhil, LLM, BCL, Diploma, CASM or Part III Math’s, MBA, PGCE etc.) Taught and research based Master’s Program of various durations (including M. Sc., engineering, medicine) Second Bachelor’s degree as an Affiliated Student/Senior Status
Bachelor’s degree program

Must be a citizen of India
Must be ordinarily resident in India
Must be not more than 30 years of age on 1 September of the year of application for the award
For a post-graduate course or a second undergraduate course, must be a graduate of an Indian university (applicants who are expected to graduate in the year of the award are also eligible to apply for the awards). For a first undergraduate course, must be a graduate from an Indian school/high school/junior college.

Must have applied for and secured admission to study a full-time course at the University of Cambridge or the University of Oxford. Candidates are required to present proof of admission before grant of the scholarship, and proof of having taking up residence at Cambridge or Oxford before the scholarships funds would be released.

Must intend to pursue a course of study that is one of the following:
Research leading to the PhD degree
One-year post-graduate courses (e.g. MPhil, LLM, Diploma, CASM or Part III Math’s, MBA, PGCE etc.)
Scholarship criteria
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of the candidate’s academic excellence, a good fit between the Scholar and the University, evidence of leadership potential and a commitment to improving the lives of others, particularly in India.

It is important that a convincing argument can be made for reading for a particular degree at Cambridge or Oxford. Those invited to interview for the OCSI scholarships will be expected to be academically first rate, having been ranked by departments in Cambridge or Oxford as the most academically outstanding applicants in a given year.
The OCSI scholarship program is designed to catalyze support for worthwhile Indian candidates who otherwise would be unlikely to attend the two universities (Oxford/Cambridge). The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India seeks to encourage students through its scholarships, who have ideally not been exposed to the Oxbridge experience. As a result, those students who are already enrolled at Oxford/Cambridge, or those currently in study program abroad, would be at a disadvantage, other things being equal. While it is an eligibility requirement for the candidate to have graduated from a university/school in India, there is an added preference that the final years of schooling should also have been completed from India. Therefore, students who have already studied abroad would be at a significant disadvantage for the OCSI scholarship program.

Candidates who have already received commitments for full outside support should not apply; those who receive such support after being selected are required to inform the Oxford and Cambridge Society of India, so that the scholarship award(s) may then be offered to the next-ranked candidate.
Candidates must also be aware of the responsibilities that being awarded a prestigious, part-cost scholarship at one of the world’s leading universities (Cambridge or Oxford) brings. There is an expectation that OCSI Scholars will use the education they gain at Cambridge or Oxford to become leaders in their field and give back to society in ways that they are best placed to do so. There is an expectation that OCSI Scholars will return to India in a reasonable time frame after completing their course of study at Cambridge or Oxford.

Application and decision process
Application forms for OCSI scholarships will be available on the website of the Society by February every year.
Announcement of the OCSI scholarships will be sent to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, the colleges of the two universities, the British Council, and a designated list of Indian colleges by February.
All completed applications must reach the Oxford and Cambridge Society of India by 15 May.
Candidates who are shortlisted for the interviews shall be informed by Mid June 2018. The decision of the OCSI Scholarship Committee on the short-listing and selection of candidates shall be final.
All short-listed candidates will be required to physically attend an interview with the OCSI scholarship committee at a designated venue in New Delhi, in July 2018.
No financial support is available for short-listed candidates for their travel to Delhi for the interview Award offers will normally be made to selected candidates by end July 2018.

The University offers scholarships for students with excellent performance in the Masters level. The University of Twente Scholarship covers the full amount of tuition during the expertise and provides financial assistance for living expenses (24 months).
Currently, Indian students are eligible for the University of Twente Scholarship and Holland Scholarship. Scholarships are applicable to the areas of expertise.

Scholarships and grants
The University Twente Scholarship (UTS) is a scholarship for excellent students from both EU/EEA as well as non-EU/EEA countries, applying for a Master's programme at the University of Twente.

Become one of the most promising UT students.
Exclusive opportunity to take part in an intake for one of the three honours programmers: Research honours, Design honours, or Change leaders.
€ 3,000 - € 25,000 for one year (approximately 50 scholarships available). If you have applied for a two-year programme, make sure you read the information about two-year study programmes below.

Please note: This scholarship is meant as a compensation for study related costs. It is up to the scholarship student to decide how to spend the money. No costs (e.g. tuition fees) will be paid on your behalf.


EU/EEA Countries
Non-EU/EEA countries

Applied Mathematics
Applied Physics
Biomedical Engineering
Business Administration
Business Information Technology
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering and Management
Communication Studies
Computer Science
Construction Management and Engineering
Educational Science and Technology
Electrical Engineering
Embedded Systems
Environmental and Energy Management
European Studies
Health Sciences
Human Media Interaction
Industrial Design Engineering
Industrial Engineering and Management
Internet Science & Technology
Mechanical Engineering
Philosophy of Science, Technology and Society
Public Administration
Sustainable Energy Technology
Systems and Control

In case of a two-year study programme, students can receive an additional UTS of an amount equal to that in the first year to cover the expenses of the second year. However, the scholarship will only be continued during the second year when students meet the process requirements for the UTS.

You must have obtained:
An average grade of 7 (out of 10) at the end of the third quartile of the first year
At least 50% of European Credits at the end of the third quartile of the first year

Application deadline - round 1:
Application form opens per 1 November 2018
Application forms closes per 1 February 2019 (for programmes starting September 2019)

Application deadline - round 2:
Application form opens per 2 February 2019.
Application form closes per 1 May 2019 (for programmes starting September 2019)
If you applied in round 1, and your application was rejected, an application in round 2 is not considered. You can only be awarded with one UT scholarship.

In order to be eligible for a the University of Twente Scholarship, you should meet all the requirements below
Application for an UT scholarship is a procedure separate from the application for course entry at the University of Twente. Regardless of funding, you will need to gain an admission letter first.
You have been (provisionally) admitted to one of the qualifying UT Master programmes starting in the academic year 2018/2019 (September). Please note: After completion of your application, it may take up to 8 weeks before you receive the results.

You must have a studentnumber.
You have not graduated from a UT graduate programme;
You comply with the conditions for obtaining an entry visa in the Netherlands (if applicable);
You comply with the general English language test requirement Academic IELTS 6.5 (or TOEFL iBT of 90) and an additional 6.0 (TOEFL iBT 20) on the subscore of speaking skills
You are not eligible for a Dutch study loan;
The University Twente Scholarship is a scholarship for excellent students. Typically this means that you belong to the best 5 to 10 percent of your class
Please note: The UTS is not available for Dutch and/or current UT students. This programme is also not available for Master's programmes at the Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC).