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Q&A: Are there any organisations which provide grants to study in Europe?

By admin - Tue May 15, 10:20 am

Question by Tinnu: Are there any organisations which provide grants to study in Europe?
My friend from Moldova wants to study in the UK, can any one suggest me some genuinely helpful organisations which provide grants to study abroad. I have come across thru Rotary Aid on the internet but they are supporting students Rotary countries & i guess Moldova is not in that list. So can any one pls guide me with the required info, by the my friend has got her university degree in “Languages & Education” & looking forward to an Masters in relevant feild. Thanks in advance. God Bless U :) .

Best answer:

Answer by Denis H
In the spectrum of educational funding, scholarships and grants are the “free money.” These awards do not need to be repaid. In general, scholarships are given based on merit and grants are given based on financial need. They may be awarded based on need, or excellence in academics or other areas, or on a combination of both. The aid may be given by the federal or state government.

Many scholarships awarded to University students have separate processes, deadlines, eligibility criteria, and application forms. The resource links provided here will introduce you to a wide spectrum of possibilities available from the University and numerous other philanthropic agencies, organizations, and individuals.

Now the question is that how college funding works, the types of scholarships available, how to find them and how to apply for them. That’s pretty standard issue for a website about scholarships, although we think if you’ll pardon us saying so, that we’ve done an excellent and job of being comprehensive and readable. Here’s what’s different.

Scholarships are the ideal form of student aid, as they’re basically gifts that never have to be repaid. On the other hand, student loans must be repaid, but they’re made at very low interest rates, and you’re usually you’re not required to begin repayment until six months after you graduate. Some student loans require you to prove financial need, but some of them don’t. Many students turn to student loans as a method to pay for college. Basically, if you cannot get access to the free money you have to borrow it in the form of a student loan.


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