It has become increasingly difficult to get and maintain a job as a recent graduate especially the kind that suits your qualification. Many fresh graduates often end up at crossroads after they have left the university to seek jobs and they find out employers simply don’t want them. Because an employer is not only looking at what you have done,
Nothing can be more depressing for new job seekers than working on your resume, sending countless applications, and remaining in the category of the unemployed for more than a year. Six months in and no feedback from employers, let alone a call for interview.
Business owners are not looking to reduce the rate of unemployment.
A lot of people ask why they were not selected for a scholarship when in fact, they were the perfect fit for the scholarship.
Here’s a story about two students who applied for a scholarship. Joe and Ela. Joe is an average student with average school marks. He is also a music enthusiast having equally great music-making skills and as a result has represented his school in Music competitions a great number of times.
You are not alone.
It is not uncommon to see students backing away from getting funding for their education for different reasons that may just be excuses. As schools that award these scholarships reveal, a lot of students simply aren’t applying for these readily available grants. Many are discouraging themselves before even starting applications.
Experience is the best teacher, they say. For Ijeoma Oguegbu, not-so tasty pastries from a store led her to think up ways to improve training and skill acquisition in SMEs. From there, Ijeoma co-founded Beavly, an online marketplace connecting people to top professionals in their sector for knowledge-sharing.
In this exclusive chat with SLA,
If you are among a long list of students who have been wondering why there aren’t any scholarships for students with a degree in lower second class or Third class, keep reading.
Many of these scholarships are often sponsored by organisations or large families in conjunction with the granting universities. Those that offer them usually consider them an investment rather than a gift.
If you intend to apply for scholarships for the 2017/2018 academic session, consider these 15 prestigious scholarships with approaching deadlines in November 2016. The scholarships listed here are normally 100% funded. Check out other November scholarships if you want to see partial tuition waivers available from your desired schools.
Fully-Funded Commonwealth Scholarships (Masters &
Each year, international Admissions representatives at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, IUPUI in the United States share information about IUPUI at schools, fairs, and conferences all over the world. The representative meets with students, alumni, and friends in each city.
African students are an integral part of IUPUI campus community. Recall that recently Ayodamola Otun,
The Australian Government, Universities and organizations offer a variety of Australian scholarships for international students. These scholarships are for Undergraduate or Postgraduate research/taught courses, vocational education or training.
Below is a list of scholarships in Australia for international students from Africa and developing countries with studies in the 2017/2018 academic session. While some of these scholarship applications are open op till next year 2017,
Have you ever applied for admission into a programme in another country but didn’t get selected because they didn’t like your name?
Truthfully, it might have been because you failed to impress with your Letter of Motivation.
When applying to programmes in many parts of the world, applicants are usually required to submit a Letter of Motivation (sometimes also called Statement of Purpose or Personal Letter or Personal Essay).