There are various ways of getting scholarships to assist you in your desire to study abroad. The important thing to remember is that full scholarships are rare (except for PhD). Majority students that Career Track has helped have got a partial scholarship.
Many Academic Institutions offer a bursary or a part scholarship
We at Career Track get frequent updates from the Universities about the scholarships they are offering.
You can apply for the University scholarship only after you are admitted.
Sometimes an essay is required as part of the scholarship procedure.
Private Trusts in India There are some trusts in India that offer partial or full scholarship to study abroad. You are welcome to come to the Career Track office where we maintain a file on the scholarships announced. Please feel free to drop our office in and refer to the information.
Focus on your academics and ensure that you get as high grades as possible.
Participate in as many academic related extra activities as possible projects, fairs, seminars, assignments, internships etc.
Develop unique strengths for yourself.
Involve yourself in extra-curricular activities.
Visit us for a full list of scholarships offered by various universities. We can also assist with the essay being written for the scholarship Several Career Track students over the years have benefited from partial university Following students received 1000 to 3000 pounds Sheffield - Rushabh Parikh, Shweta Sinha, Carlyle Laurie, Karen Alfred, Himanshu Chabara.
Roehamton- Preeti Khatu
GCAL- Hemant Parmar
UEA- Amruta Prakash, Pramod Shukla
ROTARY AND SHIVANI MANCHANDA Since I benefited herself from the Rotary International Scholarship to study Career Counselling in America I have a deep regard for the Rotary and the Rotaract Club. I have addressed several Rotary Club Meetings in USA and India.