Driven and ambitious students can earn up to $25,000 in funding

You don’t need to have a high GPA to get funding for college

Demonstrate rock solid ambition to achieve your goal and the AXA Foundation will sponsor your education

The scholarship process can be an intimidating and grueling task for many students of traditional or online universities. It can even be scary for parents who don’t have the financial means to support their children’s college ambitions.

According to many students, the hardest part of applying for grants for school is finding the appropriate scholarships. You can easily get confused by the sheer amount of them, not to mention you need to worry about avoiding scammers too.

To get started, it recommended students of online universities sit down and write a list of activities, organizations, interests, companies and other areas they are involved with. Try answering questions like “What organizations, companies I am involved in?”, “What topics I am passionate above” or “What are some skills that I possess?”

It might not seem these question have to do with finding a scholarship, but they do. You see, if your main skill is writing essays, then you can put that to good use and start researching scholarships which require creative writing to apply. Or for example, you might have spent your high school years doing a lot of community work or trying to set up a photography club at your school.

If that’s the case, you will be able to apply for a scholarship like the one offered by the AXA Foundation. Soon to be students of offline or online universities who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in non-academic activities in school, community or workplace are invited to apply.

Through the AXA Achievement Scholarship program, students can access funding for school via the $2,500, $10,000 or $25,000 scholarships. Additionally, for every student who wins a scholarship, a $1,000 grant will be deposited with the winner’s school.

While applicants for the scholarships offered by the AXA Foundation can come from ethnically or economically diverse backgrounds, they need to share these qualities: ambition, drive, determination to reach their goals, respect for self and their families, as well as the ability to succeed in college.

The AXA Achievement Scholarship program is currently accepting entry, so if you think you have what it takes, you can go ahead and start work on your application already.

https://us.axa.com/axa-foundation/about.html

You can apply for this scholarship without worrying about it being a scam, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a lot of fake bursary programs out there. How do you make sure you stay away from them? You need to look out for a few things.

Scams have zero requirements aside from entering your basic information. Some might ask for a 100 character or less “essay”.

You should start thinking twice about applying for a grant, if it’s awarded weekly or monthly, as most legit scholarships are offered once or twice per year.

A big red flag is when the scholarship provider asks for your social security number. Under no circumstances give that one out, as only the FAFSA – a government institution – is the only legitimate website that should ask you for that information.

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124 Replies to “Driven and ambitious students can earn up to $25,000 in funding”

  1. Dear all
    I am from the third world country, Ethiopia. I have MSc in Space Physics with CGPA 3.82 in a scale of 4. Currently, I am a fourth year PhD student in Space Science in Ethiopia. I have significant shortage of funds to complete my dissertation according to my proposal. So, please! Would anyone provides me information on how to get financial support to complete my dissertation? I am very happy to send my proposal to any volunteer in supporting my work. Thank you in advance!

  2. Dear all
    I am from the third world country, Ethiopia. I have got BEd in physics with CGPA 3.45 in a scale of 4 from Haramaya university, Ethiopia. I have also MSc in Space Physics with CGPA 3.82 in a scale of 4 from Bahir Dar university, Ethiopia. Currently, I am a fourth year PhD student in Space Science at Entoto Observatory and Research Center, Ethiopia. I have significant shortage of funds to complete my PhD dissertation according to my proposal. So, please! Would you kind enough to provides me information on how to get financial support to complete my dissertation? I am very happy to send my proposal to any volunteer in supporting my work. Thank you in advance!

  3. Dear all
    I am from the third world country, Ethiopia. I have got BEd in physics with CGPA 3.45 in a scale of 4 from Haramaya university, Ethiopia. I have also MSc in Space Physics with CGPA 3.82 in a scale of 4 from Bahir Dar university, Ethiopia. Currently, I am a fourth year PhD student in Space Science at Entoto Observatory and Research Center, Ethiopia. I have significant shortage of funds to complete my PhD dissertation according to my proposal. So, please! Would you kind enough to provides me information on how to get financial support to complete my dissertation? I am very happy to send my proposal to any volunteer in supporting my work. Thank you in advance!

  4. ALL MY BOTH PARENTS ARE DECEASE SO I NEED THIS MONEY TO FINANCE MY EDUCATION IN LONDON SCHOOLS AS I HAVE BEEN ENROLLED FOR ACCA+MBA I WILL BE GLAD IF WILL BE CONSIDERED. BEST REGARD. DANIEL KWAME ASARE

  5. am from Malawi and am even struggling to finish my diploma course in nautical science due to lack of funding since my parents died when I was very young,, and after that I want to proceed my education outside the country in us, please do me a favour to be one of those people whom you may fund

  6. This is ALICE from KENYA.In my life have always dreamt of studying to higher level of education to act as a transformation agent to my small society and KENYA as a whole.
    As an African girl we have really undergone great challenges which has forced some to drop out of school for early marriages with a mind that its the best way to earn them a living.Most of the families in our societies don’t value education of a girl child since many parents prefer educating boys .

    Coming from a very poor family having been brought up by a single mother after the death of my dad when 3 old, it has been a great challenge for me to continue with my studies because of the financial status of the family.

    Through well wishers i managed to graduate with a bachelor degree in mathematics and business and i have passion of continuing with my studies up to the higher level.
    After attaining my master degree am sure i will secure a job which will enable me support some girls in my society continue with their education to renew their lost hope

    Consider me for a full scholarship for master degree in statistics.

    THANKS IN ADVANCE

  7. I don’t know if it’s real but I want to do a degree infood processing on ascholaship, I really lack funds and feel like I can’t miss this big opportunity, I haves far dropped out of two universities because of funds, so I need help

  8. I’m Girma from Ethiopia i have completed my Bachelor degree in information science I have financial problem to offer my Masters was been my dream only, so I need your help to finished my destination of this higher education.
    Thank you!

  9. Iam gloria from a third world country,uganda.raised by a single parent who has been struggling to make ends meet especially for my education and wellbeing..iam in my final year at campus but things are getting hard as i have failed to clear my tuition so if i get this funding will be glad en greatly honoured..thank you

  10. Im a ugandan, lacks tuition after completing a diploma in clinical medicine, need some extension to Mb. Ch. B, if. I would be granted the opportunity would be greatful

  11. Im in my final year at the University of Malawi and im looking for well wishers who can assist me in raising tuition. If any one can help access funding for me to finish with my studies (Bsc in Land Surveying) that will also be greatly appreciated.

  12. FMOST AT RISK FUND MY MECHANICALENGINEERINGPLANT/AUTOMOTIVE3DIPLOMACOURSE NOW.JUST HELP .I WILL MOST APPRECIATE INDEED FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE.THANK YOU-ABRAHAM NGETICH

  13. hello to the management of this organisation, i\’m from sierra leone i will like to apply for studies in abroad so i shall be very greatful if i be one of them

  14. I am Mekonnen Garoma Tao , graduated in BA English language from Haromaya University and I am interested to learn there more and teach and expand more English language in Ethiopia .

  15. Dear to organisers am from Ethiopia Adisababa I would like to apply for study abroad so I shall be very gretefully be one of them.

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