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International Cultural Service Program (ICSP) Scholarship

How to Make a Scholarship Curriculum Vitae

How to Make a Scholarship CV for S1, S2 and S3 Scholarships Quickly Received – For those of you who want to continue their education up to university level, either S1, S2 or even S3 with reduced tuition fees or even no tuition fees at all.

Scholarships are an alternative that can support the cost of education to be lighter and even don't cost anything until you graduate and of course this is very beneficial for students.

Getting a scholarship is of course very difficult as well as strict in the selection process. So that achievement and good academic grades are one of the conditions for getting the scholarship.

In addition to good academic achievements and grades, students usually must complete a Curiculum Vitae (CV). Therefore, a CV must also be filled out properly and correctly so that you can be accepted for a scholarship with the aim of the University of your choice.

Of course, for those who don't have experience, they will wonder how to make a good and correct Scholarship CV so that the CV can be accepted, here are the tips:

1. Effective CV and not long-winded

Scholarship CV must be made effectively and clearly and not long-winded without having to explain at length.

Fill out the Scholarship CV containing personal data, education data, experience, expertise with a brief explanation.

2. Create a Fact-Based Scholarship CV

When you become a participant in the scholarship program, of course, you need to write down facts such as achievements and experiences. This is in accordance with the documents related to the scholarship process being offered.

If there is a discrepancy in the Scholarship CV, the organizers will doubt and question all experiences and education.

3. Use English

For those of you who apply for overseas scholarships, of course, you must use English so you must pay attention to every word efficiently and effectively in making a formal and polite CV.

4. Use Formal Photos

In making a good and correct scholarship CV, of course, you will include photos and you need to know, choose the right photos, namely photos that look neat and formal.

In attaching photos, you should not use selfies or candid photos in academic documents such as scholarship CVs.

Those are tips on how to make a S1, S2 and S3 Scholarship CV that you can do so that you can get a scholarship quickly.