e0.1.0Updated June 8, 2022
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More often than not, if a senior from your university obtained a scholarship, they would add it to their public profile on LinkedIn or another social networking site. An alternative is to check with your university’s career center. The career center watches hundreds of students travel abroad to study every year, many of whom receive scholarships and grants. If they aren’t crowdsourcing information from the alumni yet, you need to ask them to begin right away. Apart from gathering knowledge, they can also look for endowments from alumni who might be financially well-off.
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