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Finding a scholarship is easier than you might think. Here are some tips on getting a scholarship, including what you should look out for in your application.

1. Start your search as early as possible

The earlier you start your research, the sooner you can get support. And don't be afraid of not finding suitable scholarships. Just ignore all the misconceptions about scholarships you might have and focus on your application. Because when you have supported you can focus wholly on your studies. Many organisations have one deadline per year. If you miss this you will have to wait another year before you can apply.

Creating a profile on only takes a few minutes. Once complete, you will be able to browse scholarships and funding options that match your profile. You should also check back regularly to stay up-to-date with the new funding opportunities that become available. Just log in at

An Erasmus placement is much more than just a break in another country. For many students, it is a positive, life-changing experience that equips them with new skills that improve their self-confidence, ability to make decisive decisions and feel comfortable with themselves.
This, in turn, has a positive effect on their finding interesting employment and higher positions with their employers. It even has an impact on their personal relationships, as many students find a partner while abroad.
The positive influence of Erasmus
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