Greenvisa Vietnam Scholarships And Essential Things Each Candidate Should Know

Understanding the role of scholarship in the educational process and encourage the pursuit of the full educational potential of students around the world, Green Visa Vietnam will be giving a special award for students who can meet enough all their criteria and requirements.

July 20, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Within the last several years, in an effort to enhance educational cooperation, Vietnam government gradually promoted many culture-education exchange programs between Vietnam and lots of countries and territories. The number of international students of colleges and universities round the global world has increased remarkably. Cultural exchange programs are designed to grow the interaction and engagement between international and domestic Vietnamese students through mutual language and cultural learning.

Green Visa Vietnam hope this award would be a deserved award for constant efforts of the winners. The choice process will be rigorous and based on a wide variety of demands including fulfilling the criteria of selection and submitting an essay that is relevant to Vietnam travel. Green Visa Vietnam annually sponsor for this scholarship program, and the candidates from the previous selections could be eligible for the reward of the next selection in case they cannot found any essay that meets their demands.

On the other hand, Green Visa also give three consolation awards that are worth $200 each for three students won three next high most top positions. Every year, Green Visa receive many applications, and they do not want to waste precious efforts of candidates. Greenvisa.io so will choose 3 candidates whose applications almost closely reach their criteria. Green Visa trust in student’s endeavors and they believe these awards will encourage students to study harder, explore new things and make more attempt to achieve their goal.

Students who meet the following criteria that are eligible be considered for the scholarship:

• Presently enrolling in a high school, college, or university.
• The GPA at the right time of application must be at least 2.5.
• Applicants who demonstrate creativity and innovation inside their essays will be offered very first priority.
• The scholarship is open to students from all over the world.

How exactly to submit an application for Greenvisa Scholarship Program:

The application process for the Green Visa Vietnam Scholarship is quite simple. For candidates who have met all the criteria, they then need to follow these requirements for their essays:
Write and submit a scholarship that is high-quality about traveling to Vietnam. The essay must be at least 2,500 terms.
The essay must be original, creative and written in a manner that is professional.
The criteria of choosing the best essay will be based on elements such as creativity, relevancy of the subject and also the style of writing.

Candidates are encouraged to tell more about why they feel they deserve the scholarship.

All completed essays must be delivered to scholarships@greenvisa.io – scholarship.team@greenvisa.io prior to the deadlines of applications.

Candidates should include the following documents in their application:

• A current course entry form from any college.
• An acceptance letter from any university.
• An updated CV or resume.

Selection of the winner:

The scholarship’s winner is going to be selected by a team of evaluators. The team shall evaluate each essay by its relevance, creativity, and originality. The chosen applicant will be notified via phone or email.

The 3 winners of three consolation awards will be notified via also email or phone.

GreenVisa Vietnam Scholarship is accepting applications from 30 June 2017 to 30 June 2018. Evaluators will begin considering each application immediately after that. The winner will be announced on 1st July 2018.

Terms and Conditions associated with the GreenVisa Vietnam Scholarship:

• Proof of eligibility must certainly be supplied.
• All essays should be submitted in English.
• Each applicant can just submit one application.
• Information provided must certainly be verifiable and valid.

Once accepting to submit the application, the candidates give Green Visa the right to publish their essay including personal details such as name and school.

The financial reward of $1000-Scholarships may be sent towards the selected student through multiple money transfer services like: The Western Union, MoneyGram or Paypal, Stripe, or local money transfer services that most suitable for candidates.

Contact Info:
Name: William S. Looney
Email: support@greenvisa.io
Organization: Green Travel Universal CO., LTD.
Phone: +18882381966

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