Scholarships on the internet

Scholarships on the internet

The Education Ministry’s Department of Scholarships, located in building #23, Street 360, (about 50 metres east of Apsara TV station), is probably the best physical place in the country to get information about scholarships to study abroad. Any student, including recent high school graduates, university graduates or current students can search for scholarship information to pursue their bachelor’s and master’s degrees or a PhD in Cambodia and in other countries around the world. However, if you don’t have time to visit their office, here are a few internet sites that can help you find the scholarship you’re looking for. (Contact the Department of Scholarships by phone at 023 217 253 or by email at [email protected])

http://cambodiajobs.blogspot.com/
This site lists hundreds of scholarships which are open to applicants from Cambodia. It is quite simple, with a seemingly never-ending list of scholarships, so you will have to spend some time clicking on the links to learn about what the scholarships are offering. Chances are you will find some programmes that suit your life plan. The site also has a list of things to do as you prepare to submit your application.

http://cambodia.usembassy.gov/educational_exchange2.html
The US embassy’s education site has information about all of the scholarship programmes provided by America, including short graduate courses or bachelor’s and master’s degrees for students who want to continue their studies in the US. The scholarship programmes include the Fulbright programme, SUSI, UGRAD and a variety of other offerings. The site also has an educational advising centre and a visa guide for students who are serious about going to the States.

http://www.cambodia.idp.com/australia_awards/ads_scholarship.aspx
This is the homepage for the Australian development scholarships, which are offered to students in many developing countries. The scholarships are for people who will contribute to the long-term development of their country, so a research proposal is often necessary. The site has information on how to apply, selection criteria, what you can study and for how long, as well as other information related to their scholarship programmes.

www.scholarship-postions.com
This is an international website that provides a variety of international scholarship information. Students who want to study abroad can log into this website and scan through different types of scholarships. In addition, if you don’t want to check in on the site every day you can summit your email address in order to receive scholarship updates when new opportunities are posted.

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