Can you give me a scholarship?Hi, I have just graduated from high school and I want to study abroad, but I have no money. Can your foundation give me a scholarship that covers all my costs? I want to study to become a doctor in the US.
Asked by: Mary, 9 months ago
As we write very clearly on the FAQ-page we do not take any more scholarship questions. We are a small company (not a foundation) that give students free information about studying abroad, but we cannot pay for your studies. Full scholarships are rare and hard to get, especially on undergraduate level and for competitive subjects like medicine.
Here you can find all the information we have about scholarships for studying abroad:
- Dreamstudies' scholarships: Even though we are a small company we do offer four different scholarships with a total value of 5000 Euro per year (one scholarship of 2000 Euro and three of 1000 Euro). These scholarships can be applied to specific schools only. Read more and apply for DreamStudies' study abroad scholarship.
- Scholarships from your school: Scholarships are primarily given by the school that you will study at since they are the beneficiary of having you as a student. Many of our partner schools offer guaranteed scholarships to students from DreamStudies. You can find current scholarships and discounts here.
- Scholarship guide and national scholarships: Apart from your school you can look for national scholarships. Many countries have websites with names like "Study in country" where you can find national scholarships. For more information on where to find and how to apply for scholarships, see our Scholarship guide for study abroad students.
Answered by: Johan at DreamStudies, 2022-08-31 10:42:35
We answer all questions here free of charge to the best of our ability at the time that the question was asked. However, conditions can change and mistakes can be made. We cannot in any way be held liable for an problems you might encounter based on our information on this website.
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