I'm pursuing my bachelor's in Agricultural sciences from AMU. How can I get admission with scholarship in abroad?

Asked by S Kamil Hasan Naqvi about 2 years ago

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Ritu Jain

Ritu Jain

Student at Shri Ram College of Commerce

To get a scholarship abroad you have to meet certain profile requirements and guidelines. The good news in your case is that you are still in your bachelors. You can actually control your academic records like GPA, subject marks, and records. A bachelor in Agricultural Science is a broad degree. The masters option for the program is available in many countries like the USA, Canada, UK, France etc.


This will allow us to secure a scholarship more easily. More the options available, the more chances to get a scholarship. But asI meantoned to do so you will have to meet the criteria. For example, nice academic transcripts can land an academic scholarship. Or given your financial situations, you can apply for various scholarships available. However many options available, keep in mind that your academics are the primary source of receiving financial aid in your higher education.


So start working early on your GPA and test scores that are required for master's programs abroad. Exams like GRE and GMAT are a big factor here. Not only can these tests add up to your profile to make it syringe, these can get you an admission with a lower GPA as well. These tests are important for abroad MS and MBA degrees.


After you go through all requirements, you can apply to a masters abroad. Your submission application is the resource you will use to find what scholarships you are eligible for. You are not required to submit your actual application, just a draft would work. After this you can see which scholarship you get and how much it provides.


Selecting the right schools is also a factor. But I guess it does not matter if you have decided on any particular school. Have you looked for some universities abroad, or do you have any other considerations in mind? Let me know if you need help with the university selection or scholarship process.


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