How to Find Christian Scholarships to Study Abroad

The majority of Africans want to study abroad. But sometimes, despite having the desire to learn and get educated money can be a problem, especially for developing countries in Africa. If you’re a christian then you’re in luck, because there’s a lot of Christian Scholarships from faith based organizations offering Scholarships which are gifts to religious people. You just need to know how to apply and find your scholarship in Zambia.

Available scholarships out there, actually don’t need to be repaid. There are thousands of them, offered by schools, employers, individuals, private companies, nonprofits, good communities, religious groups and people, including social organizations.

Type of scholarships available

Before deciding on getting a scholarship, first its important to understand what you earn by meeting standards set by the scholarship board. Common type of scholarship is called Merit scholarships, awarded based on academic achievement or special talent and interest. But in Africa most applied scholarships are those based on financial need and help.

A scholarship might cover the entire cost of your tuition, or it might be a one-time award of a few hundred dollars. Either way, it’s worth applying for, because it’ll help reduce the cost of your education.

Many scholarships are geared toward particular groups of people; for instance, there are scholarships for women or graduate students. And some are available because of where you or your parent work, or because you come from a certain background.

How to find scholarships in Zambia

You can learn about scholarships in several ways, including contacting the financial aid office at the school you plan to attend and checking information in a public library or online. Make sure your Christian Scholarships information and offers you receive are legitimate; and remember that you don’t have to pay to find scholarships. Make sure you come up with all means and information on how to avoid scams.

  1. Locate financial aid office at any recognized college
  2. Try talking and contacting your former high school
  3. Search through the U.S. Department of education website and scholarship search tool
  4. Call Zambian agencies and ministry of education
  5. Visit recognized churches such as catholic headquarters and enquirer
  6. Talk to none governmental organizations and coordinators.
  7. University library’s reference section
  8. Religious for Christian Scholarships or community organizations, local businesses, or civic groups
  9. Contact organizations (including professional associations) related to your field of interest
  10. ethnicity-based organizations which support certain section of society
  11. Talk to your employer or your parents’ employers

How to apply for scholarships

Take note each scholarship has its own conditions and requirement you must meet as an applicant. Any good scholarship’s website should indicate that Christian Scholarships and any scholarship requirements, including expected traits of a candidate. Most importantly, how to apply, travel arrangements, shelter and food.

Therefore: Make sure you read the application carefully, fill it out completely, and meet the application stated deadline. If our article has been helpful, drop your comment and don’t hesitate to let us know down below if you have further questions!


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