How to Win Scholarships? Build your Human Relations and Communications

Like I promised, I will share my Journey step by step on How I was able to win 2 International Ph.D. Scholarships in Spain and Canada. It does not matter if you are from management or science background as the fundamentals and basic strategies remain the same for all fields. Building your network and human relations is one of the most prime in your professional journey.

All the suggestions shared in this blog are generated through a large amount of group and personal communications with scientists, Ph.D. students conducted via various platforms such as surveys, workshops, seminars, and other social groups.

I assure that you won`t find any time management tables and strategic preparation method that all the coaching center feed you.

There are various unexplored techniques and system that student can explore to identify the opportunity and sources within your reach to conduct independent either academic or non-academic research during his Undergraduate and even Master`s program.

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In the past decade, the global market and industries have changed drastically with fast speed internet and digital technologies. Most of the work can be done with your high tech mobile phone. Because the market is not going to the same in next 10 years again. It is important to modify your standard utilization of your University time (i.e., attending classes and exams). It will only lead to waste of time, immense stress and disappointments. \

I am saying that “JUST ATTENDING CLASSES AND EXAMS” is a complete wastage of your time.

We are living in a complete new ERA.

Now about winning scholarships. 

The people have created a myth that only students with high scores or top tier University can win the scholarships to study abroad. For a fact, your academic grades only contribute to 10-15% of your application package and the rest 80% comes from your experience, motivation and recommendation letters which is only the form of your HUMAN RELATIONS AND NETWORKING.

One should exploit the University years as the golden period to enhance their networking in diverse domains.

School and Universities are not teaching students the operational value and strategies of the changing technological world. The experience of networking and human relations in your School/University time will give you valuable lessons or detailed strategies to apply for your scholarships and grants in both academic and non-academic projects. Most students have the potential to win the awards if they are aware of the alternative strategies to construct the base of their profile to seize the attention of the selection committee.

The continual effort in different areas like writing, practical experience, digital presence, internships, and recommendations will help you to win the scholarship or other accolades. The ease of global reach and digital tools can be used to learn about your interests, limitations, and strengths. Exploring your interests only comes with experiencing different things using the potential mechanisms that we can exploit.

Strategies that I will share in the next blogs (in-depth understanding of human relations in your University or school) blogs are simple and effective but requires intensive efforts from the students. Remember, these strategies come from a student who enjoys social events, never woke up at 7 to study for exams and never wasted time in preparing assignments that I didn’t like.

Always remind yourself, you are part of the most comfortable generation who can apply for work and scholarship just by sending emails. It entirely depends on your way of approach towards the game. This era gives equal opportunity to do and succeed in things you like.

Stay tuned for detailed information.

 

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