Extra college funds are no hard to come by these days
Need money for college? Search the internet for funding opportunities like the one offered by the Fashion Scholarship Fund
Tuition and fees for both private and public schools is continuously on the rise. If the current trends continue, the total cost (room and board included) of four years a public university will hit $160,000 by 2036.
That’s a staggering sum, which not many households will be able to afford. If the student wants to pursue further academic studies in the form of a masters degree online or offline, the costs will be even higher.
Fortunately, there are ways that help reduce college costs. For example, you could opt for online education. While a masters degree online or digital bachelor program is not a lot cheaper than traditional degrees, you can still save a lot of money by studying from home. You won’t be forced to spend money on accommodation or travel expenses, and in the long run they amount to a lot.
Online education students also have the advantage of being able to apply to scholarships exclusively targeted at online learners, as well as general scholarships. Thus, students who remain at home have a bit of an advantage over their traditional counterparts.
It wouldn’t hurt to try and see whether your online university offers any funding opportunities. It’s quite likely your school offers a few scholarships, but they are probably targeted at those in financial need or exceptionally bright and well-prepared.
If you’re comfortably average, then you will have to look somewhere else to get an infusion of cash. The good news is that the private scholarship industry is thriving, so you will be able to find lots of funding options. You just have to search for them. Where?
Well the Internet is your friend. Just fire up a browser and start searching for scholarships. Use every unique trait you can associate with your individual self in order to maximize the chances of getting more relevant results.
Let’s say, for example, that you study fashion. Then you should know there are a lot of scholarships out there who target fashion majors. And the same statement holds true for the majority of majors out there.
Enter the Fashion Scholarship Fund Scholarship which is offered by the Fashion Scholarship Fund. Eligible candidates have to be a current freshman, sophomore, junior or senior. Qualifying students have to be enrolled as full-time students at one of the 60 YMA FSF Member Schools.
Furthermore, a minimum GPA of 3.0 is required. Students applying for the grant have to be pursuing a career in one of the following fields:
But most importantly, students need to have a desire and passion to enter the Fashion industry.
To win the $5,000 scholarships, students have to submit a case study based on a topic that pertains to a current issue or trend related to the fashion industry such as 3D printing, wearable technology and so on.
Keep an eye on the scholarship provider’s website for updated info about the 2018 scholarship deadline.
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