August 9, 2011
Author: Linda Poort
Students will often find an excuse not to dive into the adventure of studying abroad. “I don’t speak the language”, “I don’t know where to start”, “I can’t miss my boyfriend that long”, and the most used excuse: “I don’t have the money”. Think again, it’s all part of the experience. And money is to be found if you work hard to find it!
How to find scholarships?
A good start is, of course, to follow MladiInfo, your link to free education. Every day of the week, we put a lot of possibilities online. Scholarships, paid trainings and conferences, jobs, internships and grants. Even the contests can give you everything you wish for. Just keep an eye on this website.
Another way, if you are in a hurry, is to go look for yourself. Just type in Google which country you want to study in and/or which field of study you are aiming at. For instance, with the search ‘scholarships, grants, fellowships, New York’, I run into this huge list ‘Scholarships & Grants for international students’ http://www.isoa.org/list_scholarships.aspx.