It is a common assumption among some students that scholarships are basically designed for those who have low budget or are in horrible need of some financial support.
However, this is an absolutely wrong perception.
When you plan to get yourself blessed with higher education, financial commitment becomes a key player in influencing your various decisions about the kind of education. Some of the general questions that you are found answering are:
- What type of program should you be enrolling in?
- What university should you be going for?
- What course duration and specifics should you take?
- Whether you should go for foreign or local education centers?
On 3 December 2012, the National Education Foundation (NEF) CyberLearning, has announced that the initiative to provide 100% tuition scholarships to a 5,000 low and middle income individuals will be given to individuals seeking to advance their 21st century job skills.
NEF, the national non-profit leader in IT and Business online education, the winner of the Global Digital Literacy Champion Award contributes in bridging the IT and digital divides accessible. U.S. Department of Labour is supporting this initiative.
In the U.S. there are 13 million people looking for jobs and 3 million jobs looking for qualified skilled people, so this will contribute in balancing the discrepancies.
If you’re ready to start applying for scholarships, but aren’t exactly sure how to get started, the following five tips will put you on the right track:
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