5 Things to Remember When Starting with University

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Ready Steady and go for your probable first day of University? Having anxiety? Just do not worry. It’s been happen with many. As being an International student you might get nervous you to keeping yourself away from home. Just a little courage and your preparation for stand forth make you comfortable among crowd. To make your next four years memorable we provide you some handy tips to follow for your first days of university.
Keep out all your fears and start at University with fresh mindset.
This is most precious time of your life when you get all answer of your life and proceed further. Avoid all pre notions and convictions about people you meet around on your University campus. Greet them all with fresh ideas and understand their ways of life, attitude etc. Do not indulge in pre judging them, because they are as new to you as you are to them. At first you find someone behaving weird and not fit in your mentality but you may end up tomorrow being friendly with them for life long.
Don’t be a social recluse or introvert.
Be proud about your extrovert quality and showing them to your other fellows and batch mates. Believe, it is good thing to gather them around to break initial ice and make long time friendly bonding. Find the activities or play games that connect many of your friends surround. Be sociable and amiable, join flock and run your time in.
Take classes you are interested in.
Seek participation in activities you like to involve. Being International student it is worth for you to join classes of different activities. Instead of rely on your curriculum classes, If you take the opportunity to sample different subjects, you might just stumble across something even more interesting. See what else is on offer, and if you’re not sure, speak to a lecturer to get some advice.
Be Adventurous!
You can try your hand on some risks and adventures during your time at university. If you want to try mountain biking, do it! Some adventures and sports are worth to do at your college time participation. Try with motor biking, comedy stand- up or paragliding and actually do it! You may never be able to take on these adventures again, and you surely don’t want to graduate without a good stock of good stories you can tell at cocktail parties for the boring post-college life.
Have fun.
Fun fetching activities are an important part of being a student. That said, as with all things in life, moderation is key. Its seems that there are two types of people in college: those who have too much fun at the cost of bad study habits, and those who spend too much time studying at cost of no social life. Both are equally bad. So when starting university, try to find a balance between the most funs you can have, while still maintaining your decent/good grades

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SDSU Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship

Provided By : San Diego State University


Amount : 4000 USD

Deadline : Feb 7, 2015

San Diego State University provides a unique spectrum of undergraduate and graduate programs to challenge the intellect and cultivate creativity. With cutting-edge research, innovative facilities, and a global perspective, opportunities for students to learn and grow at SDSU are endless. From fine arts and humanities to the sciences, diversity in interests is embraced and ideas flourish in SDSU’s academic community.


SDSU Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship is awarded to recognize superior academic performer whose parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, or legal guardian is an SDSU alumna/nus or who is a current member of the SDSU Alumni Association.

Application Overview:

* Completed scholarship application.

* An unofficial transcript from the school you are currently attending.

* An essay of no more than 500 words describing what you have learned through your alumni family member about the importance of staying involved with SDSU even after graduation.


* Must have (Grad) Enroll in 6 or more units

* Must have (Undergrad) Full-time enrollment.

* Applicant’s parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, or legal guardian must be an SDSU alumna/nus who is a current member of the SDSU Alumni Association.

Scholarship in University of Ontario Institute of Technology

Provided By : University of Ontario Institute of Technology


Institute Description :
The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) is a public research university located in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. The university shares its campus with Durham College. The university was founded in 2002 and accepted its first students in 2003, making it one of Canada’s newest universities. The enabling legislation is the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Act, 2002. All undergraduate programs require students to lease a laptop PC from the university as a condition of enrollment, making it Ontario’s only laptop-based university. Faculty members also encourage students to use their laptops to complete assignments, perform laboratory research and interact with faculty during lectures. UOIT offers a range of undergraduate programs, and graduate programs in Science, Engineering, Health and Information Technology. The UOIT campus is approximately 400 acres in the northern part of Oshawa.

Graduate Studies entrance scholarships

    •  Amount: 4500 CAD

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The Dean’s Graduate Scholarships are valued at $4,500. These are awarded to high-achieving full-time students entering a research-based master’s or doctoral program with an average of A-minus (3.70/4.30) or greater.

There are a limited number of scholarships available per program each year, and they are awarded at the discretion of the graduate program director. Applicants will be assessed for eligibility at the time of admission and do not need to apply. Most offers of scholarship will be made with the offer of admission to an eligible program.

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Grampians Wimmera Mallee Water Scholarship

Provided By : La Trobe University


Applicants must:

• Be a commencing full-time student in an undergraduate Civil Engineering course at the Bendigo campus of La Trobe University

•  Have a strong academic background, and not hold any other Civil Engineering scholarship

• The Scholarship is tenable for the normal length of the course, subject to satisfactory academic performance and an annual review.

The Grampians Wimmera Mallee Water / La Trobe University Civil Engineering Scholarship Program has been established to provide support for the completion of a tertiary qualification of future professional civil engineering staff. It is available to full-time students commencing the Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) course, or one of the Engineering double degree courses, at the Bendigo campus of La Trobe University.

Financial support in the form of a $5000 scholarship per year for the duration of the course, fully-paid vacation work experience during each year of the course ($5000 per year, approximate), access to career mentoring advice from Grampians Wimmera Mallee Water Engineers.


• Financial support in the form of a $5000 scholarship per year for the duration of the course

• Fully-paid vacation work experience during each year of the course ($5000 per year, approximate)

• Access to career mentoring advice from Grampians Wimmera Mallee Water Engineers.


• $10,000


• Future undergraduates


• Bendigo


• Department of Civil Engineering and Physical Sciences

• Faculty of Science, Technology and Engineering

• School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

How are successful applicants selected?

• High academic achievement


Duration of course

How can I apply

• Complete the Scholarship Application Form

• Arrange for completion of the Reference section by your Principal, Teacher, or Year 12 Coordinator (as appropriate for the type of scholarship)

• Attach a complete list of subject grades to date from Years 11 and 12

• Detail on an A4 page why you are interested in applying for this Scholarship

• Submit a resume with your application.

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SCHOLARSHIPS IN CANADA | Entrance Scholarships for American and International High School Students

Provided By : Carleton University

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If you have been admitted to Carleton with an admission average of 80 percent or better and meet language requirements, you will automatically be considered for a renewable entrance scholarship. The admission average we use is calculated from the marks submitted by your high school in support of your application. Entrance scholarships are offered for fall entry only.  You may be offered a renewable entrance scholarship provided you are entering Carleton for the first time and have no previous attendance at post secondary educational institutions.  If eligible when admitted to Carleton, the scholarship value will be determined by your admissions average as calculated at the time of admission. Entrance scholarship offers are not assessed or reassessed on final high school grades.

Entrance Scholarships International  Students

Number of Scholarships & Value

Admission Average

 Unlimited @ $16,000

($4,000 x four years)

95 – 100%

 Unlimited @ $12,000

($3,000 x four years)

90 – 94.9%

 Unlimited @ $8,000

 ($2,000 x four years)

85 – 89.9%

 Unlimited @ $4,000

 ($1,000 x four years)

80 – 84.9%

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Scholarships in Australia | Bellmaine French Appreciation Travelling Scholarship

Provided By : University of Southern Queensland


Amount: 20000 AUD

Description :
This Scholarship has been created through a bequest to USQ by the late Mr Keith Bellmaine, a long-time financial patron and friend to the University of Southern Queensland. Keith and his late wife, Beryl, had been involved with USQ for many years and left many wonderful legacies, such as The Bellmaine Wing in the Phoenix Building. Mr Bellmaine had a strong interest in the French culture and he desired to give young students the ability to nurture friendship and communication between Australia and France. The Scholarship encourages the winner to further education, while also participating actively in the French community through employment and community activities.

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Top Scholarships in USA | Rambler Award For Freshmen Entering Fall 2015

Provided By : Loyola University

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New freshmen will be considered for a $30,000 Rambler Award at the time of admission. This award will be in recognition of the student’s academic achievements and commitment to service and leadership. The Rambler Award provides $7,500 annually toward tuition. Students must be admitted by February 1 to receive consideration. Students eligible for any of Loyola’s merit scholarships are not eligible for the Rambler Award. Any student originally awarded the Rambler Award who later qualifies for a merit scholarship, will see the Rambler Award replaced by the merit scholarship.
Scholarship available for Under Graduate Students..

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Top New Zealand Scholarships | University of Otago Academic Excellence Scholarship

Provided By : University of Otago

Established by the University of Otago Council in 2011 to assist new undergraduate students who have demonstrated outstanding academic potential and leadership capabilities to attend the University of Otago.


Applications are open to intending students who:

  • are New Zealand citizens or permanent residents.
  • are intending to enroll for full-time study towards an undergraduate degree at the University of Otago for the first time in the year and/or semester following the closing date.

Application Process

Every applicant must:

  • complete the application form and apply to the University of Otago Doctoral and Scholarships Office by the specified closing date.
  • Arrange for a reference from their School Principal, Deputy Principal, Assistant Principal, Year 13 Dean or equivalent, to be forwarded to the University of Otago Doctoral and Scholarships Office by the required date.
  • Attach to their application form, or authorize access to, their most recent results in NCEA or equivalent.
  • Provide details of involvement in activities in which they have shown leadership, as outlined on the application form.

Selection Process

  • The Selection Committee, consisting of the Director, Graduate Research Services, in the chair, the Director of Marketing and Communications and the Manager of Doctoral and Scholarships, or their nominees, and nominees from each academic Division, shall consider the following factors in recommending the award of the scholarships:
  • Academic excellence (a minimum of NCEA Level 2 awarded with excellence, or equivalent, is required for consideration).
  • Demonstrated leadership ability (this may be demonstrated through leadership in school, sporting, cultural and/or community settings).


The Scholarship provides support for three years of undergraduate study to a minimum value of $30,000, as follows:

  • for the first year of study at the University of Otago, the scholarship will consist of an accommodation fee waiver for the full cost of accommodation in a University or University-affiliated residential college or, for students who do not take up this option, $10,000 comprising a tuition fees waiver and a contribution to general living costs1;
  • $10,000 for each of the second and third years comprising a tuition fee waiver and a contribution to general living costs.

If the student withdraws from study or fails to maintain a B+ average or equivalent, all payments will cease. Any other financial arrangements shall be at the discretion of the University.


  • The Scholarship will be for up to three years of study, dependent on a B+ grade average or equivalent being maintained (per semester).
  • The Scholarship will usually be taken up in the year for which it is awarded; however, students may apply in writing to the Manager, Doctoral and Scholarships Office, for permission to defer starting the scholarship for up to one year. Deferrals will not usually be granted where a recipient is proceeding to study at another tertiary institution prior to taking up the scholarship.
  • The University of Otago Academic Excellence Scholarship may be held concurrently with the University of Otago Dux Scholarship, but in such cases, the remuneration for the Dux Scholarship will not be paid. The University of Otago Academic Excellence Scholarship may not be held concurrently with any other University of Otago Scholarship.

Other Requirements

Each Scholarship recipient must:

  • Obtain entrance to the University.
  • Agree to reasonable requests from the University of Otago to appropriately represent the University and the scholarship.

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Canada Scholarships | Brock Leaders Citizenship Society Awards

Provided By: Brock University

Program: All Departments

Scholarship Amount: 8000 CAD ($8,000 ($2,000 per year)

These honours are awarded to incoming secondary school students from all faculties. These individuals have demonstrated excellence academically and personally through community leadership. Applications close March 31, 2015.

These $8,000 ($2,000 per year) awards are renewed based on membership in the society. All members who receive the Brock Leaders Citizenship Society Award become members of the society.

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Scholarships in New Zealand | CPIT Māori Industry Leaders Scholarship

Provided By: Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT )


Program: Architectural Studies

Scholarship Amount: 19270 NZD (Full Fee Reduction)

Description :
CPIT is committed to training the next MAori leaders in the trades and infrastructure industry. As part of this commitment CPIT will be awarding five scholarships to pay for the first year of full time study needed to complete any of our Architectural Design, Construction Management,Site Supervision or Quantity Surveying study pathways.

In response to the growing numbers of MAori tradesman in the industry, CPIT has taken up the challenge to up skill the current population with an opportunity to take their study to the next level. Students who pursue this pathway will gain invaluable knowledge both theory and practical which again can be applied in the industry.

Examples of the types of career path which you can focus on include: working for construction and building companies, subcontractors and specialist contractors, local government, project management businesses or education providers. With experience you could move onto larger and/or more complex building projects and into senior management or consultancy roles.

To be eligible for this scholarship, you must meet all of the following conditions:

1.Be a New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident at the time of application

2.Have met the academic entry requirements for either the Bachelor of Architectural Studies, National Diploma in Construction Management, National Diploma in Quantity Surveying or the National Certificate in Construction Trades Supervision

3.Intending to be a full time student within the above named programmes

4.This programme will be your first full time programme at any tertiary institute (except for taking entry level preparation courses)

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