We find scholarships by searching in our database which contains about 20000 scholarships which are of public interest. On our website there is an form which you fill out and send to us by clicking on the 'Send' button. By doing this you are not obliged to pay anything. Read more.
Yes, we can help both individuals and organizations. Associations, companies, institutions and other organizations can use our normal form . Enter information about the organization in the field other at the bottom of the form.
There are scholarships for everything from a few hundred to millions. The biggest amounts are usually for research projects. Premiums for high school study and small scholarships for various purposes can be as small as a hundred Euros. for university studies the amounts are usually between 100 and 200 Euros. for higher level study and for study abroad there are scholarship of up to 100 thousand.
It's difficult to find scholarships on your own. Many are in fact well-known and easy to find with, for example, search engines, but the competition for these is tough. We can usually find lesser known scholarships which are easier to get.
We have over 20 thousand scholarships in our database and thereby we have most scholarships in the countries where we are active. All scholarships we have registered are of interest to the general public. Apart from this there is a great number of foundations and scholarships not aimed at the general public. There are for example scholarships which support a certain museum or improvements of a park.
If you are a citizen of a certain country then it is normally not a requirement to be a resident in your own country to be able to apply for scholarships from your country of citizenship. Such requirements mostly occur among scholarships which require that applicants should be living in a certain city or region.
Individuals who are permanent residents of a country are usually eligible to apply for scholarships in that country. You are well-advised to check with the administrator of the scholarship before submitting an application. Temporary residents can normally only apply for scholarships specifically destined for this group.
There is in most countries no registration or reporting of scholarships paid and they are normally not taxable. It is not possible to find out who has received a scholarship by searching in some public register. Many foundations and organizations nevertheless publish who has received their scholarships on webpages or in newspapers. It might therefore be possible to find out who has received a scholarship by means of search engines.