FAQ
Ah yes, the all-important question! While there is no magic answer to winning scholarships, we do have articles with lots of advice from past winners. Applying for scholarships is a numbers game. The more scholarships you apply for, the better your chances of winning. Don't become discouraged if you've applied for 10, 15, even 30 scholarships without hearing anything back. Stays focused on what’s important to you and keep applying.

If you are chosen as a scholarship winner, the scholarship sponsor will contact you directly, usually via phone call, letter, or email. You won't hear from us at Scholarshipland on whether you have won a scholarship or not. 
If you're trying to apply for a specific scholarship and have questions, you'll need to contact the actual scholarship sponsor. Try visiting their website, which we will provide for you on the Scholarship Details page on Scholarshipland.
 
If your scholarship fits with our outlined Scholarship Tips listed, and you would like to see it hosted on Scholarshipland, please send an email to info@scholarshipland.com.
On your scholarship matches page you'll see a list of scholarships we've matched you to base of the information in your profile. To learn more about a scholarship, including how to apply, click the name of the scholarship and you'll be taken to a Scholarships Details page. There we'll provide a website address to more information or instructions on how to apply.

Remember that while Scholarshipland hosts a slew of scholarships on our site we don't actually have anything to do with the scholarship award process for particular scholarships nor can we provide any additional information on any scholarship. To find out more about a scholarship you're interested in, check out the scholarships provider's website. 

When you register for Scholarshipland and complete your online profile, data is collected that is used to match you to scholarships we have in our database. The information we ask for pertains to scholarships in our database, by providing us with the information we can rule out any scholarships that you do not qualify for and match you with ones that you do.
 
 
Most B-schools prefer MBA students with work experience, this is on the grounds that countless apply to these B-schools! There is no characterized "quota" for students with work experience, nor are they given any "inclination" at any phase of the procedure. Although, applicants with work experience do have a mental edge in the interview as their interview is driven on the work that they have done at their respective jobs and they are mostly thorough with it, while a fresher's interview concentrates all the more on academics.
There are a lot of scholarships available which are offered by the top universities abroad. You may be poor financially, but if you have a rich CV and a good score in the entrance exam, then you will be able to bag the best scholarships, so much so that your entire education abroad can become free. Also there are lot of Indians who go for part time jobs. The moneys good and can cover you for your boarding and lodging expenses and also leave you with some money to party! For more information visit our partner website: http://www.scholarshipland.com/
Normally 2-3 years of work experience is sufficient. B-schools in India and a few other countries have begun a pattern of lateral arrangements where students with 2-3 years of work experience get placed before other students with no or lesser work experience.
When you go to a college of International repute, you find people belonging to different cultures and ethnicity. So, its a great experience to get to learn about the intricacies of different cultures while living by the values of ones own culture. The trick to survive happily is to adapt. You will get used to your new surroundings in no time and nurture some great friendship that will last forever.
Indeed, you are never excessively old, making it impossible to study so your age shouldn't prevent you from seeking after a post graduate. The main inquiry you have to ask yourself is, do you require a full-time program or a part time program which you can take up along with your current job. The only thing which people belonging to a slightly higher age group complain about is that they lose the habit of undertaking a course in a classroom environment, so it takes a little time to adapt to the situation. But, this is too small a reason to deter anyone from taking up a post graduate program.