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The ODMIT scholarship is your golden opportunity to study stress-free at our dream university abroad! The scholarship is open to all students applying to study in countries like Canada, USA, UK, Australia and New Zealand. The scholarship is open to students irrespective of the course preferences.

ODMIT - India’s Largest Study Abroad scholarship is a sure-shot opportunity to unlock your potential and transform your life.

From the decision to study abroad to choosing the right country and course, every step is crucial as it defines your career path. At ODMIT, our team of university- specific counselors provides unparalleled guidance on receiving the scholarship and works tirelessly to ensure that you make a perfect choice.

With the launch of India’s Largest Scholarship To Study Abroad Platform, we offer a plethora of free resources to aid the students in their application process to universities across the globe. So far, we have helped over 5,000+ students get into their dream universities

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At ODMIT, we believe that each and every student has the right to an education and have helped over 20,000+ students realize their dream to study abroad. We can help students make the best decisions for them and their future.

We believe each student has a unique life story and if told properly, each story can be articulated as a story of leadership, learning and demonstrate great experience. Our counselors with their rich industry experience and global network will help you frame your story which puts you in the best light.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are a huge range of scholarship opportunities available for university students across the world, ranging from partial scholarships which cover some tuition fees, to full scholarships which cover the duration of your studies. The majority of scholarships cover tuition fees only, leaving students to cover their own living costs.

There are also many different types of scholarships for international students from certain regions, or even students studying in a certain field.

Yes! In fact, graduate scholarships to study abroad tend to be even more common than undergraduate scholarships, due to the fact that universities and governments are often keen to attract highly skilled graduate students, often using graduate scholarships as an incentive.

Dependent on your level of study, there will be different opportunities available. While some scholarship schemes are open to all students, there are also dedicated master’s scholarships, PhD scholarships, postdoctoral scholarships and academic research scholarships.

To find scholarships you are eligible for, it is advised to first look at the information provided by your chosen university. Funding information will be listed on the university’s website or in the prospectus, and this is also where you’ll find the relevant contact information should you have any questions about scholarship applications.

In many cases you will not be able to apply for university scholarships until you have gained acceptance onto a program at the university. If you are relying on a scholarship for funding, please see question five below.

As well as university scholarships (funded by your university), there may also be a range of external scholarships you can apply for, such as government scholarships or scholarships funded by organizations or charities with an invested interest in higher education.

If you’re relying on scholarship funding in order to be able to study, you should let the college in question know of your situation. Some colleges/university offer only ‘fully funded’ places, meaning all applicants must have sufficient funding in place. But many allow you to apply to a program before gaining scholarships, on the understanding that you let them know as soon as possible if you have to reject the place due to lack of funding . If you do not get the scholarship, you should still have time to withdraw your university application or find an alternative method of funding before the start of term.

You will know if you are eligible to apply for a particular scholarship by reading the details on eligibility found on the provider’s website. Eligibility may depend on nationality, if the scholarship in question is targeted at students from specific regions. For subject-specific scholarships, the program you are enrolling on will also affect your eligibility.

In most cases, university scholarships are only open to students who have already been accepted onto a program at that particular university. Government scholarships will also have designated funds for domestic students, as well as separate funds for international students – so make sure you have found the correct scholarship scheme before applying.

Other common eligibility requirements include good grades at prior level of study, a degree from a reputed university (for graduate scholarships), and proficiency in English (e.g. TOEFL/IELTS, for English-language programs).

As well as a completed application form, which will include information about yourself and your contact details, you may also be asked to provide the following documentation to support your application:
- A transcript of grades
- Letter(s) of recommendation
- An essay on a given topic
For some ‘need-based’ university scholarships in the US, applicants will also be asked to submit a ‘Free Application for Federal Student Aid’ (FAFSA) to establish whether they are in need of financial aid.

Many study abroad scholarships have similar deadlines, which often depend on the start dates of the academic year in the relevant country. For fall admission, scholarships for international students can be found up until the late summer months, and for winter admission you’ll often have until late in the fall to apply. For exact dates, be sure to check the details provided on the website of the scholarship provider and note them down in your calendar so as not to miss a key deadline.