Many bright students drop their plans to go abroad for higher studies only because they are not financially capable of bearing the expenses involved. But there is good news for all such students!
There are hundreds of scholarships to study abroad, including general scholarships and more specialized funding schemes. Some are offered by government agencies, some by individual universities, and others by external funding organizations and charitable enterprises.
These include lists of international scholarships to study abroad in a particular country, scholarships to study a particular subject, and scholarships targeting particular groups of students. Browse the lists below to see which categories apply to you – and away you go!
Country - specific scholarships
- Scholarships to study in Australia
- Scholarships to study in Canada
- Scholarships to study in Germany
- Scholarships to study in the UK
- Scholarships to study abroad in the world’s best student cities (Paris, Melbourne, London etc.)
- International scholarships to study in the US
- Military scholarships in the US
- Unusual scholarships in the US
Subject - specific scholarships
- Architecture scholarships
- Art scholarships
- Business and entrepreneurship scholarships
- Computer science scholarships
- Engineering scholarships
- Law school scholarships
- Leadership scholarships
- Medical scholarships
- Psychology scholarships
Student - specific scholarships
- Scholarships for Indian students
- Scholarships for Indian undergraduate students
- Scholarships for women
- Scholarships for women in male-dominated industries
Recently awarded scholarships to BitTRACK Students
|No.||Country||Student Name||University||Course||Scholarships Amount|
|1||Canada||Jahanvi Patel||YORKVILLE University||Bachelor Of Business Administration – Project Management (3 Years) – Toronto||10,000 CAD|
|2||UK||Akash P Patel||Leeds Beckett University||Msc Supply Chain Management And Logistics||4000 GBP|
|3||UK||Jignaben Rameshbhai Trada||Leeds Beckett University||Msc Biomedical Science||3000 GBP|
|4||UK||Parthesh Kashyap Kachhadiya||Leeds Beckett University||Msc Management And International Business||4000 GBP|
|5||UK||Atik Khatumbara||Solent University||Global Mba With Placement||2000 GBP|
|6||UK||Shyam Chudasama||Royal Holloway University||Msc Data Science And Analytics With A Year In Industry||4000 GBP|
|7||UK||Manisha Panchal||University of Bradford||Pse + Msc Leadership In Health & Social Care ( International)||3500 GBP|
|8||UK||Harsehkumar Ghori||University of East Anglia||Msc Business Management||4000 GBP|
|9||UK||Niraj Mahajan||Leeds Beckett University||Msc Accounting And Finance||4000 GBP|
|10||UK||Yash Thakar||Leeds Beckett University||BA(Hons)Business and Management||1000 GBP|
|11||UK||Heena Patel||Leeds Beckett University||Msc International Hospitality Management||4000 GBP|
|12||UK||Parthkumar Patel||University of Essex||Msc. Global Project Management||5000 GBP|
|13||UK||Jayraj Dodiya||Leeds Beckett University||MBA Graduate Masters of Business Administration||4000 GBP|
|14||UK||Harsh Ketan Sharma||University of Essex||Master of International Business Management and Entrepreneur||5000 GBP|
|15||UK||Suzaan Shaikh||Leeds Beckett University||Ba (Hons) Business And Management – Third Year Entry||1000 GBP|
|16||UK||Dipali Korat||Leeds Beckett University||Mba Graduate Master Of Business Administration||4000 GBP|
|17||UK||Divyesh Shaileshkumar Patel||University of Essex||Master of Business Management||3000 GBP|
|18||UK||Gauri Sharma||Leeds Beckett University||MSc Entrepreneurship and Business Development||4000 GBP|
|19||UK||Hardikkumar V Patel||University of Essex||Master of Business Management||5000 GBP|
|20||UK||Khushbu Yadav||Leeds Beckett University||Msc International Hospitality Management||4000 GBP|
|21||UK||Shyam Joser||Leeds Beckett University||Ba (Hons) Business And Management – Third Year Entry – Gls Pathway||1000 GBP|
|22||UK||Rohan Dave||Teesside University||Msc Mechanical Engineering (With Advanced Practice)||2000 GBP|
|23||UK||Hemisha Maiyani||University of East Anglia||PSE + Msc business management||5000 GBP|
|24||CANADA||Meet Patel||YORKVILLE University||Bachelor of Business Management- Project mngt||10000 CAD|
|25||UK||Chiragvan Bharatvan Gauswami||University of South Wales||Msc Civil and Structural Engineering||2500 GBP|
|26||UK||Chetan Jangale||Teesside University||Msc with Aerospace Engineering – with Placement||2000 GBP|
|27||UK||Hemit Dhankhara||University of East Anglia||MSc Business Management||4000 GBP|
|28||UK||Sandip Italiya||University of East Anglia||MSc Business Management||4000 GBP|
|29||UK||Yagnik Jetani||University of East Anglia||PSE+ Msc. Business Management||4000 GBP|
|30||UK||Kajal Pujara||Leeds Beckett University||Msc Management And International Business||4000 GBP|
|31||UK||Kinjal Parmar||Leeds Beckett University||Management and International Business – MSc||4000 GBP|
There are a huge range of scholarship opportunities available for university students across the world, ranging from partial scholarships which cover some tuition fees, to full scholarships which cover the duration of your studies. The majority of scholarships cover tuition fees only, leaving students to cover their own living costs.
There are a number of things you can do to improve your chances of gaining a scholarship. When applying for scholarships, you should make sure to include all the documentation requested, and dedicate plenty of time to writing your application. In particular, it’s important to clearly communicate your motivations for studying and how gaining a scholarship will support your ambitions. Stay within the deadlines and, most importantly, show the scholarship providers you have the potential to do great things!
Yes! In fact, graduate scholarships to study abroad tend to be even more common than undergraduate scholarships, due to the fact that universities and governments are often keen to attract highly skilled graduate students, often using graduate scholarships as an incentive.
Dependent on your level of study, there will be different opportunities available. While some scholarship schemes are open to all students, there are also dedicated master’s scholarships, PhD scholarships, postdoctoral scholarships and academic research scholarships.
To find scholarships you are eligible for, it is advised to first look at the information provided by your chosen university. Funding information will be listed on the university’s website or in the prospectus, and this is also where you’ll find the relevant contact information should you have any questions about scholarship applications.
In many cases you will not be able to apply for university scholarships until you have gained acceptance onto a program at the university.
As well as university scholarships (funded by your university), there may also be a range of external scholarships you can apply for, such as government scholarships or scholarships funded by organizations or charities with an invested interest in higher education.
To look for these scholarships you can either use a scholarships search service such as InternationalScholarships.com or FastWeb.com, or you can conduct a more thorough search by visiting official consular/governmental websites for yourself and tracking down any information provided on international student funding. Often current scholarships will be listed together, for example as on the government of Canada’s dedicated scholarships website, but sometimes they are trickier to find, so be patient!
In most cases, schools, governments and external organizations will list their scholarship opportunities online, with details of how to apply found alongside these listings. Most will allow you to submit your application online, accompanied by any supporting documentation you are asked to provide (see below).
In rarer cases, the scholarship provider will specify an address for you to send your application in a printed format. If you have any specific queries about applying for scholarships, contact the provider using the contact information found on official websites.
You will know if you are eligible to apply for a particular scholarship by reading the details on eligibility found on the provider’s website. Eligibility may depend on nationality, if the scholarship in question is targeted at students from specific regions. For subject-specific scholarships, the program you are enrolling on will also affect your eligibility.
In most cases, university scholarships are only open to students who have already been accepted onto a program at that particular university. Government scholarships will also have designated funds for domestic students, as well as separate funds for international students – so make sure you have found the correct scholarship scheme before applying.
Other common eligibility requirements include good grades at prior level of study, a degree from a reputed university (for graduate scholarships), and proficiency in English (e.g. TOEFL/IELTS, for English-language programs).
As well as a completed application form, which will include information about yourself and your contact details, you may also be asked to provide the following documentation to support your application:
For some ‘need-based’ university scholarships in the US, applicants will also be asked to submit a ‘Free Application for Federal Student Aid’ (FAFSA) to establish whether they are in need of financial aid.
The simple answer would be: anything that makes you stand out. Anything relevant to your studies, that is! The majority of scholarship providers want to know why they should fund you rather than any other applicant, so use your essay as a chance to prove your worth – mention your academic achievements, your ambitions and your interests and how they relate to the program you are applying for.
Many study abroad scholarships have similar deadlines, which often depend on the start dates of the academic year in the relevant country. For fall admission, scholarships for international students can be found up until the late summer months, and for winter admission you’ll often have until late in the fall to apply. For exact dates, be sure to check the details provided on the website of the scholarship provider and note them down in your calendar so as not to miss a key deadline.
If you need help gathering information about particular scholarship programs, you should get in contact with the scholarship provider directly. If you want advice and guidance on making your application a good one, visit our office for advice from our expert team.
The common way of determining scholarship scams is to ask yourself if the scholarship sounds simply too good to be true. If the application process seems too easy, or if you have to pay to apply, you should be wary. If a website is offering a ‘guaranteed scholarship’, or you receive an unsolicited email, you should be very skeptical.
If you are worried about the authenticity of a scholarship, conduct an online search to see if there is any more information online about the same scholarship. If there is very little information, or the information that is provided is somewhat vague or unclear, walk away!
To minimize your chances of being taken in by a scam, stick to official websites belonging to schools, government or reputed organizations.
If you have any unanswered questions about scholarship programs, visit our office for details