Decide which scholarship you prefer most. Any foundation (government/non- government) or university. They check the official website of their foundation.
Does the foundation provide aid for the program you want to pursue? What is their eligibility list? Are you allowed to apply to that foundation? See all the requirements attentively and you must fulfill all that they want.
Arrange All Necessary Documents
All scholarship foundations ask for some documents during applying. All these need to be submitted properly. They will ask you to submit academic results, identity, financial documents (salary/monthly income) etc.
A candidate also has to write a CV, motivation letter and arrange recommendation letters. For online application all these have to be a pdf file. Otherwise, you need to scan them all. So, gather all necessary papers.
Check the grammar of your CV, motivational letter. There shouldn’t be any error. In the motivational letter you have to explain why you need the scholarship. Who informs you about the scholarship etc.
Besides, there will be details of your educational and financial background in your CV. You can add your hobby, working experience etc. all about your life will be demonstrated in this section. So, all these have to be catchy, and interesting.
After having all documents arranged, make your application. Don’t miss any valuable paper to submit. Always apply before the deadline. If you have any problem or confusion email them. It is better to enquire than apply the wrong way.
Be Positive In Interview
After accepting the application the authority calls for an interview. You should be positive in the interview and friendly. You should not look confused or tensed. Try to bring a good impression of you to your interviewer. A good interview does half of the work whether it is a job or a scholarship.