How to Get a Full PhD Scholarship

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How to Get a Full PhD Scholarship by Mind Map: How to Get a Full PhD Scholarship

1. what does it mean "full scholarship"?

1.1. funded by government, company or organization, examples:

1.1.1. Ford Fellowship

1.1.2. Fulbright Fellowship

1.1.3. Endeavour Awards

1.1.4. DAAD Scholarship

1.1.5. Australian Leadership Awards Scholarship

1.1.6. Erasmus Mundus

1.2. scholarship which includes

1.2.1. tuition fee

1.2.2. living allowance/monthly stipend

1.2.3. travel allowance

1.2.4. health and travel insurance

1.2.5. sometimes also with books, computer and research support

1.3. no need to work in campus ;)

1.4. funded only for 3.5 years

2. Get Acceptance Letter from University

2.1. write a good resume

2.1.1. find good samples and identify why they are good

2.1.2. read tips how to make my resume different

2.1.3. try to get free consultation for resume scholarship in yahoo groups ;)

2.1.4. strengthen the resume involved in professional development for teacher active in teacher accosiation involved in volunteering activities

2.2. design a good proposal research

2.3. keep GPA up by following this tips ;)

3. Pass the Test Requirements

3.1. improve my English proficiency (TOEFL and IELTS)

3.1.1. join English forum

3.1.2. subscribe youtube channel

3.1.3. read blog tips about how to get higher score

3.1.4. join in facebook group to read tips from others

3.1.5. learn about speed reading

3.1.6. practice the exam

3.2. increase my GRE scores (for US universities)

3.2.1. download podcast about GRE verbal words

3.2.2. download gre module

3.2.3. practice essay questions

3.2.4. practice the exam

4. Up to date with the Scholarship Info

4.1. where to search?

4.1.1. sign up in "scholarship" google or yahoo groups in this groups i can find people who already got scholarship so they can share their experience who still try to get scholarship so we can support each other who gives the money who decides where the money goes

4.1.2. following "international scholarship" or "phd scholarship" in twitter

4.1.3. join daily scholarship in facebook group

4.1.4. sign up to get newsletter /RSS

4.2. consultation with previous fellows

4.2.1. in google or yahoo groups

4.2.2. twitter or facebook groups

4.3. track the scholarship request (see p. 2)

4.4. Reminder: put all the scholarship deadline in igoogle calender

5. Think Like a Donor

5.1. pay attention with the donors background with checking their websites

5.2. know what they want

5.3. make your application unique and attractive

6. Sell Yourself

6.1. publication

6.1.1. blog create your blog upload curriculum vitae article research achievement syllabus sample video of my class interaction

6.1.2. facebook profile careful with what you post

6.2. interview

6.2.1. get the tips to be more confidence

6.2.2. practice by answering these questions

7. Back-up Plans

7.1. if I couldn't get full scholarship then maybe 1/2 scholarship (work needed) will be OK

7.2. keep pay attention with everything which starts with scholarship ;)