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I am a Lesotho citizen, I have just completed my high school education and would like to apply for scholarship. please give me guidance?

Written by Liteboho Mavis Selebalo on April 23, 2023

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Question:

I am a Lesotho citizen, I have just completed my high school education and would like to apply for scholarship. please give me guidance?

Answer:

Congratulations on completing your high school education! Applying for a scholarship is an extremely rewarding way to further your studies and can open the door to many great opportunities.

The first step in finding scholarships is to research all the available options, both locally and internationally. For example, if you’re looking for scholarships in Lesotho, organizations such as HEAPS (Higher Education Assistance Program of South Africa), FULGASA (Fulbright Grants for Advanced Graduate Study Abroad) and PUSH (Promoting University Higher Studies) offer several different programs with different requirements. You can also look into more general scholarship websites like Scholly or Fastweb which list a variety of international scholarship opportunities. Many countries around the world have government-sponsored programs that may match your qualifications, so be sure to investigate any applicable ones within Lesotho as well.

Once you’ve identified potential scholarships you’d like to apply for, make sure that you understand all of their requirements so that you can tailor your application accordingly. Make sure any documents requested are translated properly into English or any other required language; some excellently written applications have been denied because important documents were not translated correctly! Additionally, keep in mind any deadlines associated with each individual application – missing one could mean forfeiting the opportunity altogether. When writing essays or personal statements consider focus – why do you want this particular scholarship? what makes it relevant? how will it improve/impact your life? These points should be discussed clearly while still keeping within word count limitations if they exist.

Finally, seek help from guidance counselors at school if needed – they often have valuable information about granting organizations and helpful advice when assembling applications! Good luck as you start applying – no doubt there are plenty of fantastic grants out there waiting for someone just like yourself!

6 thoughts on “I am a Lesotho citizen, I have just completed my high school education and would like to apply for scholarship. please give me guidance?

  1. Hello, my name is Saad, I live in Somalia, I want you to help me to achieve my goal or to be one of the winners of the scholarship you are giving.

    1. Hi Saad. That’s not up to us to decide. If you applied to a scholarship, it’s entirely up to the organization that is giving the scholarship, that is the university, if they will choose you or not as the winner of the scholarship.

  2. Hi, I am Nahom. I live in Ethiopia, and currently I am a high school student. Could you please tell me when and where to apply for a scholarship. More over, can I apply for a scholarship while I am in grade 11? (There are 12 grades in Etiopia before being a university student)
    Also tell me about the whole process.

    1. Hi Nahom, we understand from you that you are in grade 11, so most probably that is like high school for you. As you have only one year left, we suggest you finish also grade 12 and then complete the high school and only after apply for a scholarship as a future university student.

      Where do you want to study as a university student, after high school? In Ethiopia or some other country?

    1. That’s great to hear that you’re considering studying in Canada! Canadian high schools offer a high-quality education with a focus on academic excellence and personal development. Some of the benefits of studying in Canada include a diverse and multicultural environment, opportunities for experiential learning, and top-notch facilities and resources.

      To study in Canada, you’ll need to apply for a student visa and find a high school that meets your needs and interests. It’s important to start researching schools early and reach out to admissions offices for more information on their programs, application requirements, and deadlines.

      Additionally, you may want to explore scholarship opportunities to help finance your education in Canada. There are various scholarships available for international students, so be sure to check out websites like pickascholarship.com for more information on how to fund your studies in Canada. Good luck with your high school journey in 2025!

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