MS in US: an Indian Student’s dream – Education Scholarships available
Category : MS ACS
There is a strong belief that every person who is not very rich can’t get enrolled easily with fewer finances. You don’t have to spend money out of your own pocket.
MS in the US is no more a dream even for students from an ordinary background or family. Education scholarships are easily available. It differs from University to University. The difference is minimal but it hardly matters most. Your passionate drive to fulfill a childhood desire is no more a false truth. All you need is to move forward with great expectations and the will to reach your goal. The right passage is created by Manhattan Review, India for getting enrollment is top schools and colleges. Our Admission Counseling Services (ACS) team plays an important role in making it happen.
There is no need to study MS in the US with a big debt staring at you. Education scholarships are available with free grants for middle-class student’s who can pursue his/her dream using government funding or private finances. They are generally available to make the student’s and parents not to risk their properties or investments. It is most beneficial for them who don’t have enough money or properties. All those who are passionate about pursuing higher education in US universities.
The scholarships are classified into four types.
- Offered by government
- Offered by Universities
The top 10 universities that offer most aid are:
|S. No.||Name of the Universities|
|5.||University of Chicago|
For example – A particular university announces scholarship programs for Indian student’s to study MS in the US.
- Offered by private organizations
|S.No.||Name of the Organization|
|2.||The Reliance Foundation|
|3.||Aditya Birla Group|
For Example – Tata Group offers the scholarship for middle-class Indian student’s to pursue his dream of studying MS in Cornell University.
- Research grants offered for doctoral education
ACS team in Manhattan Review, start their work early in looking for education scholarship in the universities for MS in the US. They work with efficiency. The job is made easy by them in getting the student’s the best offer available. The focus is on reducing fees for a trouble free study in US universities. This is done as soon as the student has chosen a program to get enrolled in. The minimum scholarship grant is 15, 000 USD.
Next step is short listing of enrollment into five universities. Some of the universities will require the student’s to furnish proof of your low financial background. Without getting such documents and examining them the admission process will not take place. A quick checklist is taken for making the application of the scholarship to be successful. For this, a fast run is done. It is checked on the eligibility status of the student, including the deadline mentioned in all the documents that need to be submitted.
A full scholarship includes university tuition fees, living expenses, books, expenditure for living and curricula. A partial scholarship pays for tuition fee alone. There is a huge amount of choices before the parents and student are to pick from. All you need to do is to make a significant plan. The ACS team will assist the student to process the application for a successful enrollment. It is left up to the student to grab the chance to make the dream come true.
It is an open fact that living and studying in the US is an expensive affair. The problems facing middle-class students is how to save money. The parents are anxious to get hold of scholarship to fulfill the dream of their child to study MS in the US. The ACS team takes up the challenge in providing them easy access to all information, documentation and Visa approval. Their professional experience in speeding the process to meet deadlines is well known. We take all the essential precautions before filing the applications. The selection of granting scholarship is made on basis of a careful presentation. The fate of the student depends on covering all the requirements for a tension free entry into US universities.