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Format for Writting a Powerful Scholarship Letter

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Most governments, schools and private institutions in a bid to assist some students with great potentials but could not fund their tuition fees, release scholarships to various developing countries and most citizens.It is the obligation of the students to apply for these scholarships that have been made available . Since it is a request, the letter should be written in a way that it will gain immediate attention.

These letters may either be on behalf of a student applying for a scholarship or the one granted by the institute or association in reply to the demand for the scholarship.

Sample Scholarship Application Letter Writing Tips:

  • Any type of application letter comes under official letters and hence should be written very carefully.
  • The language should be simple and easy to understand.
  • The content of the letter should be short and straightforward.

Sample Letter:

From,

____________
____________
____________

Date: ____________ (the letter was written by the sender in this date)

To,
_____________
_____________
_____________

Subject: Letter applying for the scholarship

Respected Sir,

This letter is written in reference to your notice dated ____________ (the date of the notice) asking for the application for the scholarship. Sir, I have passed my graduation from ____________ (name of the institute). My all academic and co-curricular details have already been enclosed with the letter.

It will be my pleasure to get a scholarship from your organization as it is very much necessary for my studies to continue as my economic condition is not that good. I will be very much obliged to get that financial support from you. It would be very kind of you. Thanking you.

Yours Faithfully,

 

Name and Signature

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