Bursary



Scholarships for college are the secret behind the successful academic journeys of many talented but in financial need students. Scholarships for college are usually offered by universities or by governments. International students are given scholarships for college on different criteria, including academic record and proven talents, financial need and cultural background. Some of them are fully funded, which means they cover all the expenses, such as?? Chevening Scholarships and Clarendon Scholarships ( both in UK) or Endeavor Postgraduates Award (Australia), while others offer only the tuition fees (such as Humber College International Entrance Scholarship in Canada) or a monthly allowance (such as Eiffel Excellence Scholarship in France).

If traveling is not possible for you, but you would still like to improve your education and career, you have the option of online schools. Online schools offer online classes for all levels of higher education (bachelors and masters), even for high school, for younger students. Online schools have the great and obvious advantage of flexibility: you can choose where, when and how to study and graduate. Online classes are also more affordable financially, as they do not involve the same costs as a traditional academic course. Online schools also offer scholarships to students who can prove they are in financial need.

It is important, if you choose to enroll to online classes, to make sure you choose an accredited online university. An accredited online university is an institution which has been verified and has been found to provide quality educational content, complying to specific standards and quality criteria. You can verify that your chosen school is an accredited online university by checking the information on their website or by searching information about online universities accreditation in the respective country.

Whatever option you choose (online education or traditional education), it is important to know that there are solution available for you and that a college degree is not an unattainable goal, whatever your financial situation is.