Apply for Admission Guidance Essay Scholarship and get a decent funding opportunity to study in the US, UK, CA, and AUS.
With this opportunity international students can afford expensive education and achieve their career goal in abroad.
Admission Guidance helps students for the last four years who have a plan to study in one of these world’s best countries – UK, USA, Canada, Australia.
Who May Apply
To be eligible, the applicants should meet all the following:
Students who have been approved admission to any accredited and recognized American university can avail the program. However, preference will be given to applicants going to Ivy League colleges, for instance:- Harvard, Princeton, Yale, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, University of UK, and University of Sydney etc.
Students must enrol in an undergraduate/postgraduate course in the reputed United States (US)/United Kingdom (UK)/Canada (CA)/Australia (AUS) educational institute.
Candidates should be 18 years or older at the time of enrollment.
Depending on your educational background and country of origin, you may need to provide evidence of your English proficiency to be able to study in the US, UK, CA, and AUS.
“You Will Be Found” College Essay Writing Challenge
Applying for Admission Guidance Essay award is entirely stress-free. All you need to do is fill out the funding form thoroughly and write a minimum 600 to 800-word essay on “Why do you need this application ?”
The application is in online mode only. Personal details, for example, name, education qualification, contact information, background details are a must fulfil.
A short original essay must be written on the topic that specific by cbseneet2019.co.in. (Write up must be up to the mark with correct spellings, correct punctuation and grammar, and a proper sentence formation).
Winner will receive $1500 to support their education expenses in abroad.
The Education Future will offer various awards that depend on the quality of applications they receive. The value of each grant ranges between 2 Lacs to 10 Lacs Indian rupees. It is a unique position fund that not available for studying in India.
UK Department for International Development (DFID) is pleased to offer Commonwealth Split-site Scholarships for Low and Middle-Income Countries.
These PhD fellowships are available for international candidates from low and middle-income Commonwealth countries, to spend up to 12 months at a UK university as part of their doctoral studies in their home country.
Commonwealth Split-site Scholarships, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), enable talented and motivated individuals to gain the knowledge and skills required for sustainable development, and are aimed at those who could not otherwise afford to study in the UK.
Provided By: The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK (CSC) provides the main UK government scholarship scheme led by international development objectives. The CSC is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for International Development (DFID).
Award Amount: Fully-Funded
Number of Awards: 750
Study Level: PhD
Requirement: Must be from low and middle-income Commonwealth countries
Submission Categories: Online
Application Deadline: 16:00 (GMT) on 06 November 2019
Who May Enter:
To be eligible to apply, applicants must:
Citizens of developing Commonwealth countries (Antigua and Barbuda, Bangladesh, Belize, Botswana, Cameroon, Dominica, Eswatini, Fiji, Ghana, Grenada, Guyana, India, Jamaica, Kenya, Kiribati, Lesotho, Malawi, Malaysia, Mauritius, Montserrat, Mozambique, Namibia, Nauru, Nigeria, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, St Helena, St Lucia, St Vincent, and the Grenadines, Samoa, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, The Gambia, Tonga, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Zambia) can apply for these fellowships.
Applicants who are citizens of or have been granted refugee status by an eligible Commonwealth country, or be a British Protected Person
12 months of study at a UK university as part of an applicant’s doctoral studies in their home country, starting in October 2020
Applicants who are registered (or will be registered by September 2020) for a PhD at a university in an eligible Commonwealth country
Study at a UK university with which your home university has an established institutional or departmental link.
Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there. Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.
These scholarships are offered under six themes:
Science and technology for development
Strengthening health systems and capacity
Promoting global prosperity
Strengthening global peace, security, and governance
Strengthening resilience and response to crises
Access, inclusion, and opportunity
To participate, you must make your application directly to the CSC using CSC’s online application system. One application per applicant for these financial aid positions will be accepted.
Required Documents: Your application must include the following supporting documentation:
Proof of citizenship or refugee status: a copy of your valid passport (or national ID card) showing your photograph, date of birth, and country of citizenship or refugee status– uploaded to the online application system
Full transcripts detailing all your higher education qualifications (with certified translations if not in English) – uploaded to the online application system
Supporting statement from your supervisor at your home country university, highlighting current institutional links submitted directly by your supervisor to the online application system (supervisors will be sent an email request).
Supporting statements from your proposed supervisor at a UK university, highlighting current institutional links submitted directly by your supervisor to the online application system (supervisors will be sent an email request).
Reference from at least one other individual – submitted directly by the referee to the online application system (referees will be sent an email request)
The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India is pleased to offer multiple scholarships for Indian students. These annual scholarships are part-cost awards for undergraduate, second undergraduate, graduate study and research in any subject available at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford, UK.
The program is open to students who are citizen of India and not more than 30 years of age on 1 September of the year of application, and must be graduates from an Indian university, school/high school/junior college.
Provided By: The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India (OCSI) is a not-for-profit alumni organisation based in New Delhi, India.
Award Amount: INR 300,000
Number of Awards: Varies
Study Level: Any
Requirement: Must be an Indian
Application Deadline: 15 May 2019
Short-listed candidates will be interviewed in New Delhi in July 2019.
Who May Enter:
Applicants must also meet the following criterion in order to be eligible for the scholarships:
Must be a citizen of India
Must be ordinarily resident in India
Must be not more than 30 years of age on 1 September of the year of application for the award
For a post-graduate course or a second undergraduate course, must be a graduate of an Indian university (applicants who are expected to graduate in the year of the award are also eligible to apply for the awards). For a first undergraduate course, must be a graduate from an Indian school/high school/junior college.
Must have applied for and secured admission to study a full-time course at the University of Cambridge or the University of Oxford. Candidates are required to present proof of admission before grant of the scholarship, and proof of having taking up residence at Cambridge or Oxford before the scholarships funds would be released.
Must intend to pursue a course of study that is one of the following:
Research leading to the PhD degree
One-year post-graduate courses (e.g. MPhil, LLM, Diploma, CASM or Part III Maths, MBA, PGCE etc.)
Taught and research based Masters programmes of various durations (including M. Sc., engineering, medicine)
Second Bachelors degree as an Affiliated Student/Senior Status
Bachelors degree programme
Must be admitted to the University of Cambridge or the University of Oxford through the University’s normal academic procedures. OCSI cannot admit students or assist in this process.
The scholarships offered by OCSI are Equal Opportunity, i.e. the decisions made in awarding these scholarships are not based on race, colour, religion, disability, age (except for maximum age criterion), sex or ancestry.
Relatives of the Executive Committee of the Oxford and Cambridge Society of India are not eligible for consideration for these scholarships.
To participate, participants must download the application form and return a scanned copy of the completed form by email to the Chair of the Scholarships Committee, The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India at the email ID: email@example.com
All applicants will automatically be considered for these scholarships as well as for any other grants that may become available from time to time.
The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India has been offering scholarships every year, but these are dependent on the annual generosity of a few donors. Generally available for any subject/course/field of study available at the two universities (University of Cambridge and University of Oxford)
What can an OCSI scholar expect to receive?
Financial award of scholarship (as given above and will vary from year to year)
Letter of support from OCSI for other scholarship awarding bodies
Assistance with obtaining a fast-tracked education loan from an Indian financial institution, based on OCSI scholarship letter, with automatic loan qualification status from a leading financial institution.
Complimentary life membership of the Oxford and Cambridge Society of India
Mentoring, whereby a member of OCSI shall play the role of a mentor and will support the OCSI scholar during his/her stay at Oxford/Cambridge by giving appropriate guidance to the awardee. It shall be the endeavor of the Oxford and Cambridge Society of India to identify a mentor who shares some interests with the OCSI scholar.
Assistance from OCSI in returning to India and reintegrating in the professional environment of India.
The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India is offering scholarships for admission to Oxbridge in the academic year 2019-20, as below:
OCSI scholarship(s) worth INR 300,000 (Rupees Three Lacs only) tenable at either the University of Cambridge or the University of Oxford
One scholarship worth INR 100,000 (Rupees One Lac only) tenable only at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, from Emamanuel College Cambridge (India) Trust.
One scholarship worth INR 100,000 (Rupees One Lac only) tenable only at St. Hilda’s College, Oxford, from Ritika Dhamija
The NextGen in Franchising Global Competition is a worldwide program that engages millennial entrepreneurs seeking to grow their businesses through the franchise model, and the only business incubator in the world focused on franchising. The Competition engages young entrepreneurs who are seeking careers and business opportunities in the franchising industry.
Competition prizes range from a complimentary trip to the IFA’s Annual Convention to a chance to participate and win cash prizes in the next round of the competition, and an opportunity to network industry leaders and CEOs.
Provided By: Founded in 1983, the International Franchise Association (IFA) Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and supported through the generous contributions of IFA members and others.
Award Amount: Up to $1,500 USD
Number of Awards: Varies
Study level: Any
Application Deadline: August 31, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. (EST).
Winner Announcement: October 2018
Who May Enter:
Entrepreneurs between 21-35 years old, in business for 1-5 years, with the potential to scale through franchising, are encouraged to apply.
To eligible, the candidates must be following all the eligibility criteria:
Be a natural person who is between twenty-one (21) and thirty-five (35) years old at the time the application is submitted and able to enter into contracts where you reside at the time of entry
Have an existing business that is between 1-5 years old
Not be a person under U.S. export controls or sanctions
Not be a resident of an Excluded Country (as defined below).
This Competition is void in, and you are not eligible to enter or win if you are a resident of, the Province of Quebec, Canada, Iran, Syria, North Korea, Sudan, Myanmar (Burma), or any nation, state, territory, city, or province where this Competition is prohibited or restricted by applicable federal, state, territorial, provincial, local, or other applicable law (collectively, “Excluded Countries”)
In addition, employees of Sponsor and Administrator, and the immediate family members and household members of such employees, and any persons involved in the development, promotion, marketing, advertising, administration, or judging of this Competition, are not eligible to enter or to win. For purposes of this Competition, “immediate family members” means parent, child, sibling, grandparent, or grandchild.
Submitting a strong application can open the door to a whole new world of opportunity for you and your company to grow and thrive like you never imagined!
The BraunPrize 2018 challenges creative minds to envision design concepts that matter. In 2018, the BraunPrize will celebrate fifty years of commitment to the principles of good design. 2018 will be the twentieth BraunPrize. It is open to design schools, students, and young talents and will award a total of $75,000 USD prize money.
Awards will go to exceptional ideas and product design concepts – 2 or 3 dimensional, including interactive –that offer progress and improvement that are significant, substantial, and meaningful: design for what matters.
The competition is organized by Braun, a Procter & Gamble brand, and managed by the Braun Design Team in Kronberg, Germany.
Provided By: When the BraunPrize was established in 1968, it was Germany’s first international competition with the aim to promote the importance of industrial design and the work of young designers.
Award Amount:$75,000 USD
Number of Awards: Various
Study level: Any
Requirement:18 years of age or older
Submission Categories: Student and Young Talent
Application Deadline: April 20, 2018
Who May Enter:
The BraunPrize competition invites design schools, students, and young talents to enter innovative product ideas and concepts that really matter.
The BraunPrize competition is pleased to welcome all global submissions from entrants that are 18 years of age or older.
Entries will be separated into two categories and judged individually:
Student: product concepts from students who are still studying or (for recent graduates) which were created during the time of study
Young Talent: product concepts from young designers who have graduated within the last 5 years
Entries must be product design and/or product interaction concepts that are not yet on the market or in production.
The focus of the BraunPrize is on product design. Software, interaction or media design will be considered as an integral part of an overall product concept (hardware and software).
There is no fee for participation. Submissions from all countries will be considered. Several projects can be submitted per person. However, every concept can only be registered once.
Individual or team participation are accepted and there is no limit in group size. Please choose one contact person and fill in that person’s data in the registration form. The names of all other team members must be listed in the respective field and all team members will receive equal recognition.
All P&G and Braun employees or their relatives are excluded from the competition. Also, no relative of a jury member (design firm, colleague, team or family member, etc.) is permitted to enter. Any involvement will result in automatic disqualification from the competition.
By submitting a product concept to the BraunPrize competition, participants agree to multiple reproductions and promotional publication of product material associated with that person’s data. The payment of the prize money gives P&G the right of usage for all nominated projects* with no time limit, starting from the day the jury has agreed on the competition winners.
*Nominated projects are defined as- Sustainability Awards, Finalists (subsequently Gold-Silver-Bronze awards), Special Mentions and any other outstanding exhibition projects from the categories Students and Young Talents.
The BraunPrize 2018 theme is:“Design for what matters”
Project name and a brief description
Three descriptive pictures
Video and/or animation (optional)
The total prize money for both categories is $75,000 USD. In addition to the cash prizes, all award winners will receive a trophy and a certificate.
2x $15,000 USD: Gold Award Student and Young Talent
2x $10,000 USD: Silver Award Student and Young Talent
2x $5,000 USD: Bronze Award Student and Young Talent
2x $5,000 USD: Sustainability Award Student and Young Talent
$5,000 USD: Special mentions (distribution at the discretion of the jury)
Internship: Chance of an internship at the Braun Design department
The best entries will also be presented in the BraunPrize exhibition and made public in the international press and online.
To celebrate two anniversaries of the BraunPrize in 2018 – the twentieth award and fifty years of the competition – Braun will offer, in addition to the cash prizes, entrants in the Students category the chance of an internship at the Braun Design department. (as soon all P&G requirements are met)
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world’s oldest schools’ international writing competition, established in 1883. The competition is open to all citizens and residents of the Commonwealth countries (aged 18 and under) to provides a platform for young people to compete with their peers in a truly global environment.
All entrants receive a Certificate of Participation and one Winner and Runner-up from the Senior and Junior categories will win a trip to London for a week-long series of educational and cultural events.
The competition is open to all citizens and residents of the Commonwealth aged 18 and under and runs until 1 June 2019.
Provided By: The Royal Commonwealth Society, founded in 1868, is a network of individuals and organizations committed to improving the lives and prospects of Commonwealth citizens across the world.
Award Amount: Certificate of Participation +a trip to London for a week
Number of Awards: Varies
Study level: Any
Submission Categories: Senior and Junior categories
Application Deadline: 1st June 2019
Who May Enter:
The competition is open to nationals or residents of all Commonwealth countries and territories, as well as residents of The Gambia, the Maldives, and
Residents of non-Commonwealth countries whose entries are submitted through their local RCS branch are also eligible.
Entrants must select a senior or junior topic depending on their age on 1st May 2018. Senior entrants must be born between 2nd June 2000 and 1st June 2005 (14-18) and junior entrants must be born after 2nd June 2005 (under 14 years of age).
The maximum word counts are 1,500 words for senior entries and 750 words for junior entries. These word limits apply to all topics and all formats (essay, poem, letter, etc). Exceeding the word count will result in automatic disqualification.
Entries must be written in English.
Essays can only be uploaded as a Microsoft Word document (.doc or .docx) or in PDF format (.pdf). The online platform does not accept Google Docs (.gdoc), Pages documents (.pages) or other word processor formats.
Only one entry per participant is allowed. Carefully check and improve your writing before submitting the final copy, and also ensure that all supplementary information is filled in correctly (name, contact details, topic number, etc.)
By entering the competition, you agree that your name, email, school, and essay may be sent to your local RCS branch and any Essay Competition partners.
All individuals and schools are encouraged to enter online if possible.
Plagiarism is not accepted in the competition. Every year a number of students are disqualified because they are suspected of plagiarism.
The final copy submitted for the competition must be the entrant’s own work, and cannot be excessively corrected or improved by another person. This does not rule out input or assistance from others but does exclude group entries.
All online entries must be submitted before midnight (GMT) on 1st June 2018, any offline entries must arrive at RCS London by 1st May 2018
Senior Category: Born between 2nd June 2000 and 31st May 2005 (14-18 years of age)
The road to a safer future.
How does education contribute to a fairer future?
‘Healthy, Wealthy, Happy, and Free’: is one more important than the others?
Future generations have rights too, which must be defended. Discuss.
Junior Category: Born after 2nd June 2005 (under 14 years of age)
What does a ‘safer future’ mean to you and your community?
Write a recipe for a common future: what ingredients will you need? What is the best method for making it? What will it look like?
‘A Day in the Life’. Imagine you are your country’s Head of Government for the day: how will you build a better future for young people?
Our Common Earth.
If you are submitting your entry by post, complete an entry form in block capitals and attach it to the front of your essay.
Entries should be sent to your nearest postal hub, details of which are listed below.
Europe: The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, The Royal Commonwealth Society, Commonwealth House, 55-58 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5JH, UK
Africa: The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, British High Commission, Julius Nyerere Links, PO Box 296, Accra, Ghana
Americas and the Caribbean: The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, The Royal Commonwealth Society, P.O. Box 878, Bridgetown, Barbados
Asia: The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, Education Department, British Council, 30 Napier Road, Singapore 258509
Pacific: The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, PO Box 10-741, Wellington 6143, New Zealand
Awards will be presented in each of the categories at both the Junior and Senior divisions:
A number of Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards will be given in both the Senior and Junior categories, rewarding excellence in writing.
All entrants receive a Certificate of Participation and one Winner and Runner-up from both the senior and junior categories will be invited to attend Winners’ Week in London.
Winners and runners-up of the pan-Commonwealth competition will have their full names, schools, essays, and photographs displayed on the RCS website and social media channels.