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How to get a scholarship

How to get a scholarship

Ka Sovandalin, 24 years old, recipient of ​UGRAD in the United States

“One of the most difficult criteria in the UGRAD application is the personal statement. To write it well, you need to give all the required information listed in the instruction. Your writing should link your personality to your field of study, your future goals, and how studying in the U.S. would help benefit you and the society. Be sure to highlight your uniqueness and your philosophy on life. ”

Thlang Chiva, 22 years old, participant of the Food Security Center Summer School in Germany

“I applied to the Food Security and Malnutrition programme in Germany. First, I stated what nutrition background I already had. Second, I wrote about what made me passionate about food and malnutrition issues. Third, I mentioned how the programme applied to the issue. And lastly, I highlighted the type of person I am – enthusiastic and passionate.”

Seng Piseth, 22 years old, recipient of ​the AIPE scholarship in Hong Kong

“Generally, in order to be selected, you must demonstrate competence in your academic performance, including Economics, Politics, English, and also display a high standard of general knowledge and extracurricular activity. ​​​An excellent understanding of social issues related to economics and politics is also very important."

Ly Bunheng, 24 years old, recipient of the English Language Study Program in United States

“During the scholarship’s oral test, you must dress smartly, and when you answer the questions make sure you respond precisely. Try tosupport your arguments with examples. Smiling with confidence is also effective.”

Chea Chakrya, 21 years old, recipient of ​CLMV College Student Exchange Program in S. Korea

“​You need a good academic record in class, be active in social work, search for scholarship information, prepare a good CV, and get good recommendations from lecturers, etc. When applying for a scholarship, you have to demonstrate very clear goals and objectives, and show your ability and uniqueness.”

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