Don't have the funds to study abroad? Looking for a way to keep costs down? You're in luck. There are so many options for universities with abroad study programs via obtaining a scholarship. Even as an addition to your Erasmus Grant.
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It's simple. But it takes initiative. You really need to do your research on each university you are considering. And you also need to be strategic. You can read below about how to increase your chances of getting a scholarship.
You may even be able to apply directly through the website.
Universities will always advertise their abroad study or exchange programs as they are looking to brag about how many international students they boast at their institution. It adds to the prestige of the school.
Most Universities have some form of student exchange program if not a fully fledged study abroad program. So if you cannot find any relevant information on this through website then it is best to get in touch with them by either visiting them at the school, contacting them through their supplied telephone number, or via social media.
First things first, you need to be a decent student. You can't expect scholarships to land in your lap if you are consistently failing all your subjects. You need to be on top of things.
With that in mind, there are many other factors that will impact your chances of getting a scholarship.
But you are probably to keen to start by first obtaining the Erasmus Grant.