Webinar: International Scholarship Programs: How to Increase the Number of Funded Students at Your Institution
Date & Time:
|9 AM (Beijing Time) 17th March 2021|
4 PM (Beijing Time) 18th March 2021
|International Scholarship Programs: How to Increase Funded Students at Your Institution|
| If your institution is ranked around the top 500 globally or higher, either overall or by a specific subject –|
there are public and private scholarship funds that can provide significant benefits for your institution. National government programs, private corporations and self sustaining regional loan funds offer grants, tuititon payments and living allowances for academically gifted students. The highest quality students available with access to generous funding – what an important demogaphic for your institution to connect with!
|Free of Charge|
|Scholarship Fund | Top Provider|
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