1.04.2016 – Educate the Planet Launches New Awarding Campaigns!

On April 1, 2016 Educate the Planet launched new awarding campaigns to grant both full and guaranteed partial scholarships to the most motivated and prospective international students.

The foundation’s mission is to help candidates from different countries gain equal access to professional and academic qualifications, irrespectively of their financial background. Educate the Planet aims to give international students from the developing world the opportunity to study at high-profile schools and colleges around the world.

To support this mission, Educate the Planet launched the following awarding campaigns:

a) The new Awarding campaign started on April 1, 2016. It will last until June 27, 2016. The foundation will grant both full and partial scholarships to students for a variety of programmes and courses.

b) Within the framework of the foundation’s special initiative the IELTS Guaranteed Partial Scholarships campaign was also launched on April 1, 2016. In this case applications will be reviewed by May 29, 2016.

Educate the Planet would like to remind the candidates that only fully completed applications will be shortlisted and reviewed by the Advisory Board.

“A number of applications in our first Awarding were voided, since candidates failed to provide all the required supporting documents, mostly a motivation letter and proof of the current level of their education. After candidates complete applications, they are carefully verified by our Student Advisors for initial eligibility criteria, including supporting documents. If any of them are not provided, the application cannot be shortlisted, scored and take part in the Awarding”, – commented Michael Rye, Educate the Planet Advisor.

The foundation wishes all the applicants good luck and success in their future academic endeavours.

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