In addition to the video information about scholarships and experience of Ethiopian International Students, Try to research more on scholarships,how you can apply and the scope of the scholarships.
You can learn about scholarships in several ways, including contacting the financial aid office at the school you plan to attend and checking information in a public library or online. But be careful. Make sure scholarship information and offers you receive are legitimate; and remember that you don’t have to pay to find scholarships or other financial aid.
Each scholarship has its own requirements. The scholarship’s website should give you an idea of who qualifies for the scholarship and how to apply. Make sure you read the application carefully, fill it out completely, and meet the application deadline.
If you know which universities you want to study at, then the institution websites are a good place to start your scholarship search. Normally, the university’s website will give a great deal of resources on scholarships, financial aid and other funding.
Once you’ve identified relevant scholarships to apply to, the next stage is to ensure each scholarship application you write is well-targeted for the opportunity in question. As well as helping you identify typos or other errors, constructive feedback can also help you become more aware of your own relevant strengths and achievements.