Top 5 Scholarship websites
What websites do you use to search for scholarships?
In this post, I am going to share with you my top 5 scholarship websites for international students. They are the websites that I use and you can use them too.
Scholarships for Development: This is my most used website each time I do scholarship research. I love it because of its ease of use. It provides a preview through which you can see the most important features like; the name of the scholarship, the scholarship provider, the study level, the deadline, the study destination and when the course starts.
The website provides a preview that gives you the ability to quickly skim through the information and decide which scholarship interests you. On the scholarships for development website, the official link to each scholarship is written at the end of every post. Website LINK
2. ARMACAD: This is my second most used website. I like the ARMACAD website because just like the scholars4dev website, it provides previews n the various scholarships. However, the previews ARMACAD provides only gives the name of the scholarship and the study destination. This makes it easy to filter and focus on any study destination you are most interested in.
After clicking on a scholarship that interests you, the ARMACAD website gives you very detailed and well-organized information. It states the deadline, the study courses, information about the scholarship, eligibility, study destination, and the scholarship level. On the ARMACAD website, the official link to each scholarship is written at the end of every post. Website LINK
3. Opportunity Desk: Opportunity Desk is my third most used website. The information on the website is organized in a clear and concise manner. I really love the countdown feature they have in which you are reminded about how many days are left to apply for a scholarship. This is great because it gives you a sense of urgency as to the scholarship you chose to apply for.
On the Opportunity Desk website, the official link to each scholarship is written at the end of every post. Website LINK
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4. Opportunities for Africans: I like this website but it caters only to Africans so it can be limiting. However, it is a great resource for any African interested in searching for scholarships. Their posts provide detailed information about each scholarship and the link to each scholarship is written at the end of every post.
5. Free Study: This is my fifth favorite scholarship website. I like the background information they provide about each university or scholarship they post about. This website posts a lot of partially funded scholarships so if that is what you are searching for, i highly recommend you take advantage of this resource.
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