Information Scholarship at Boston University

Boston University through Trustee Scholarship re-opened scholarship opportunities for international students including Asia. The scholarship will cover tuition and other mandatory fees that must be incurred while undergoing lectures at Boston University, United States.

Trustee Scholarship itself is a scholarship targeting international candidates who have leadership skills and academic achievements are qualified. For full terms you can check directly on International Scholarship and Loan Blog.

This scholarship is awarded to students who wish to pursue a one-year (S-1) study in all majors at Boston University. Selected candidates can also extend scholarships for up to four years.

There are only 20 candidates who will qualify for this scholarship. Typically, scholarship recipients are high school graduates with perfect grades or at least five to 10 percent of the best students in the class.

If you are interested to continue studying in Boston, you should note the requirements of the scholarship provider. These conditions include outstanding academic achievement, creative point of view, courage, outstanding achievement, and unique personality.

Familiarize yourself to speak English (or another language that will be used in the interview) at least 2 days before the interview takes place. This will train your tongue to not be surprised and lose a lot of vocabulary. In front of the panelists, show that you are confident and convincing. Provide yourself with the knowledge of the subject you choose and show your passion for studying with a scholarship.

You are also required to create an essay on the application page for up to 600 words. For more information, you can visit the Boston University page.

Once trying to apply your scholarship will not necessarily succeed. Do not jump into despair and feel unqualified. Many have to try again and again before finally escaped. Precisely with ever fails you will know which parts you should improve to become a better candidate.

Moreover, most scholarship does not prohibit candidates who had failed to re-register in the next selection. So, why afraid to fail? If it fails once, try again-keep trying!