First Educate the Planet Scholarship Winners Announced

On March 16, 2016 Educate the Planet Foundation announced the winners of the 1st Scholarship Awarding. These were talented and prospective applicants from Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh and Cambodia.

During the application submission campaign Educate the Planet received over 5000 applications from all over the world. Due to a great number of applicants, the choice of scholarship awardees was difficult, yet it was conducted in a fair and unbiased way. Upon reviewing all applications against eligibility criteria, only the most promising candidates were chosen.

Educate the Planet Foundation aims to give international students from the developing world the opportunity to study at high-profile schools and colleges around the world. It offers international students equal access to professional and academic qualifications, irrespective of their immigration status.

The following candidates became winners of the 1st Scholarship Awarding:

Kanykei Mukhanbedova – Kyrgyzstan
Winner of a full scholarship to study on an IELTS Course (English)

Kanykei says: “I have always been interested in foreign traditions, especially in the British ones. I really want to learn a lot of more facts not from my local teachers, but from my own experience and from the English people. It’s a good opportunity for me not just to enrich my vocabulary, but also learn more about this beautiful country, its culture and way of life.”

Shahin Mahmud – Bangladesh
Winner of a full Professional Training (Internship) scholarship

Shahin comments: “As someone interested in making the law accessible to those most affected by its shortcomings and abuse, I would like to explore the ways in which lawyers can work with communities and still achieve large-scale impact through the law.”

Haypheng Aing – Cambodia
Winner of a full scholarship to study on an IELTS Course (English)

Haypheng admits: “I dream to become an IELTS instructor and trainer later on in the future; that is partly a reason to choose this course in a hope that I could be trained and learn efficiently and effectively. Taking this course will help me further develop my current knowledge.”

The foundation wishes the awardees the best of luck and is sure that these candidates will be able to achieve their goals after receiving education at the schools and universities of their choice.

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