Scholarship gets hits on Facebook

Scholarship gets hits on Facebook

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Is there anything new on Facebook? In order to inform young people of opportunities, especially Khmer students who aim to study abroad, LIFT is pleased to share Facebook postings and comments about scholarships to study at the University of Melbourne in Australia.

According to this posting from Scholarship for Cambodia, Australia will pay the full tuition fee, a living allowance of $24,653 a year and the plane tickets for 38 students.

In response, to this posting, we have observed that there are hundreds of related likes, shares and comments. For example:

  • Scholarship for Cambodia Scholarship detail: http://services.unimelb.edu.au/scholarships/research/international/available/iprs
  • Ly Hun: “Dear Scholarship 4 Cambodia, I just graduated from a BBA. Can I apply for Masters degree?”
  • Vuthy Rada: “Scholaship for Cambodia: i know a little English, so how can i apply for Masters degree. i really want to apply and get scholarship at University of Melbourne so.”

Due to these posts, Scholarship for Cambodia brought forth the necessary information on Facebook. This a good example of how social media can benefit the community.

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