Category: Scholarships

The Future of Higher Education: Scholarships for Emerging Fields

Introduction As the world changes, so does the need for education. The traditional fields of study are no longer enough to prepare young people for their careers. Say’s Nihar Gala, that’s why many students are turning towards emerging fields such as artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity. These new disciplines require more training than other majors, […]

How Technology is Changing the Landscape of Scholarship Opportunities

Introduction Scholarship applications have traditionally been a challenge for students. Say’s Nihar Gala, the application process can be time-consuming, and sometimes requires creative writing skills that aren’t always easy to come by. But technology is changing all that, making it easier than ever to apply for scholarships—and win them too! Technology has changed the way […]

Scholarship Essay Writing Tips and Tricks

Introduction Say’s Dr. Nihar Gala , Writing a scholarship essay can be intimidating, especially if the topic is unfamiliar or you’re unsure of your writing style. While there are many different types of scholarships available, they all have one thing in common: They want to see that you have strong communication skills and an ability […]

The Global Education Crisis

Introduction Today, there are more than 200 million children around the world who are unable to access primary or secondary school. That’s one in every 10 kids worldwide! The good news is that the number of children receiving a secondary education has risen from 25% to 55% in the past three years. Still, this leaves […]

The Deadly Global Financial Crisis Set To Hit Developing Countries And Youth Hardest

Introduction The global financial crisis will be short, but severe. The World Bank believes it will last from 6 to 18 months. However, developing countries are already in recession with growth falling to 4.5 per cent in 2008 (compared to 6 per cent in 2007). Developing countries will therefore suffer more than industrialised nations as […]