Scholarship Types Explained

What kind of support can you receive, when applying for a scholarship? A number of options are available to cover various costs of attending a language school, a college or a university.

Full tuition may include accommodation in a dormitory or an apartment outside the campus. Many universities and schools have agreements with landlords in the neighbourhood, and their support extends from accommodation reservation to full rent compensation. Other related costs are usually subject to funds availability and scholarship regulations. Other candidates still have a chance to receive financial support that partially covers the tuition fee.

Full Tuition Fee & Accommodation Costs

The scholarship covers full tuition fee and accommodation costs. Boarding may be covered, but it should be specified in each particular case. International exchange programs offered by the largest national universities may also include study bursary, a monthly financial aid to compensate basic living costs. All-inclusive scholarships are granted on the basis of students’ high merits and financial situation. Visa, flight, meal and other costs must be covered by student.

Tuition Fee (Full)

The scholarship covers full tuition fee only, but students have to pay for accommodation out of their own pocket. The scholarship also doesn’t cover visa, living allowance, travel and boarding costs, insurance or transportation.

Tuition Fee (Partial)

A partial cash grant is a great opportunity for students who are not eligible for a full scholarship. Hard work is another way to get a compensation: many colleges and universities cover a part of study costs for students with an excellent academic record for the previous year. Visa, flight, meal and other costs must be covered by student.

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