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July 13, 2023

Availability of international Scholarships for Nepali Student

If you are a Nepali student and you are seeking opportunities to study abroad, then you’ll be
pleased to know that international scholarships for international students are offered by
governments, organizations, and specific universities. International students should look for
scholarships that accept international applicants. Most scholarships require an application
process. Some may require an essay, proof of community involvement, or examples of leadership
skills. Some also require proof of language proficiency or other test scores. There is a diverse
selection of international scholarships on offer to international students which are divided by
funding type and desired place of study. If none of these is a great match for you, our counselor
will guide you and provide information as per your qualification and your area of abroad study
with more options.

How to get a full scholarship

Full scholarships (also called full-ride scholarships) are the holy grail of funding opportunities,
covering almost everything for the full three or four years of university. Your tuition and living
costs will be covered by the provider, leaving you free to focus on your studies and social life
without worrying about money. Sounds great, right?

Sadly, there just aren’t too many of these dream scholarships going around. Full scholarships are
rare, and those that are available are very competitive. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t
apply for them – read on to discover how to increase your chances of being awarded one of these
prestigious scholarships.

Full Scholarship Searching Process

There is not a hard and fast rule how to get full scholarship. However, the scholar can follow
the following steps to get full scholarship which are as follows:

1. Know where to look

First things first, where do you actually go to find full scholarships? Your first port of call

should be your chosen university’s official website, as they may offer their own funding
opportunities for students from your location or in your subject, or possibly list external
scholarships you could apply to. As well as your university, you could check sites like
InternationalScholarships.com or FastWeb.com to Study Abroad page, which lists
funding opportunities in different study destinations, scholarships focused on particular
subjects and scholarships aimed at particular student groups (e.g. south Asian students) particular.

2. Prepare in advance

If you know you’ll need a full scholarship to help you to attend university, it’s important
to start preparing as far in advance as possible. This is especially important if you find
you need to attend an interview – some universities conduct special ‘Fulbright
Scholarship USA’ in which students will be invited to applications and shortlisted
candidates called to interview with The Commission for Educational Exchange Between
the United States and Nepal, answering questions on their goals and motivations and how
this fit in with that university and course. If you need to attend a scholarship interview,
you should treat this as you would any other formal interview, dressing smartly and
coming well-prepared with good answers to their possible questions, as well as having a
few questions ready to ask them when invited at the end of the interview. Find out how
to answer common admission interview questions here.

3. Work hard and keep motivated

Although some full scholarships will be based on financial need rather than academic
excellence, some will take both into account or only be awarded to exceptional students.
It goes without saying that you should be working hard in your studies, but you’ll need to
really put in the effort if you want to get that full scholarship, as the majority are awarded
to the highest-achieving students. In some cases, universities may automatically consider
applicants for full scholarships using your regular university application, making high
grades crucial. While pushing yourself academically can be mentally exhausting, try to
stay motivated by keeping your goals in mind, and give yourself a break every now and
then to relax (especially during and after exam season!).

4. Make yourself stand out from other applicants

With so much competition to get a full scholarship, it’s crucial to stand out from the pool
of applicants by demonstrating a real commitment to bettering yourself as an individual.
This means having a few extracurricular activities to show off to scholarship providers,
demonstrating your passions and interests outside the classroom, as well as examples of
times you’ve got involved with the local community, perhaps by taking part in volunteer
work for a good cause.
Leadership skills are also hugely valued by scholarship providers, and you can
demonstrate this by volunteering to lead projects in your extracurricular activities or
community work.

Another thing that could really make you stand out from the rest when it comes to
the scholarship application is a glowing report on your academic and personal qualities
through your letters of recommendation, so it’s important to build strong relationships
with your academic mentors – if a mentor knows you well, they’ll be able to provide a
more personal and accurate reflection of you in their letter.

5. Read the application instructions carefully

This may seem extremely obvious, but you don’t want to drop your chances by
accidentally missing out on a document or piece of information that was stipulated in the
scholarship’s application instructions. Be sure to read the application guidance carefully
and repeatedly, so you’re less likely to miss anything and email the provider if you need
clarification on anything.

6. Submit an exceptional scholarship essay or cover letter

Another one that goes without saying, but your application essay/cover letter needs to
absolutely be the best quality it can possibly be. This means making sure it’s clear and
concise, is formatted correctly, grabs the reader with a strong introduction, stays focused
on its key theme or topic, and has flawless spelling and grammar. Don’t just rely on
proofreading it hundreds of times to make sure it’s perfect – ask a friend to go over it and
check for typos and any sentences that don’t read as well as they could do. One of the
winners of our QS scholarships wrote a very helpful article on submitting a winning
scholarship essay, which can be helpful to you.

7. Be realistic

And finally, as we touched on earlier, the unfortunate truth is that there aren’t many full
scholarships to go around, and they’re extremely competitive, meaning that many
candidates who meet and exceed the requirements for a full scholarship end up missing
out. Don’t let this hold you back from applying, but be realistic about your expectations.
And remember, there’s no limit on how many scholarship applications you can send out,
and normally no limit to how many scholarships you can be awarded, so you may be able
to build your own full scholarship using two or more smaller scholarships. (Of course, be
sure to check with the providers that you’re able to apply for and receive funding from
other sources). If you do get rejections, try not to let them get you down – pick yourself
up, dust yourself off, and don’t stop trying in life until you get what you want

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