Study Abroad: GECF and Osmania University announce 500 English Language Scholarships

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GECF and Osmania University announce 500 English
The scholarships aim to provide access to global opportunities for Indian students aspiring to study abroad.

The Global Education Career Forum (GECF) has collaborated with Osmania University to launch English language scholarships for Indian students. They have announced a total of 500 scholarships. The aim of the scholarship is to empower Indian students and grant them opportunities to study abroad. 

Study Abroad: GECF and Osmania University announce 500 English Language Scholarships

Moreover, Navin Mittal, the Commissioner of Collegiate Education, has asked secretaries, principals, or correspondents of affiliate colleges to identify students to facilitate the scholarship. Consequently, GECF and  OU have entered a Memorandum of Understanding.

Reasons for Granting English Language Scholarship

According to Mr Mittal, the median age of the Indian population is 27 years. It is significantly less than the median age in developed countries. The median age in developed countries is in the 40s. For example, in countries such as Japan, France, and the USA. 

Hence, it is an opportunity for Indian students to access global opportunities. GECF’s goal is to empower students to enable them to access global education.

About the GECF 

The GECF or the Global Educations and Careers Forum offers education administration programs. Additionally, they mentor the youth to be globally ready.

About Osmania University

Osmania University, on the other hand, is a public university based in Hyderabad. Nawab Osman Ali Khan, the 7th Nizam of Hyderabad, founded the university. He established it in 1917, making it the 3rd oldest university in South India. The MOU between GECF and Osmania University will provide opportunities for Indian students to study abroad. To apply for scholarships in the UK visit this site. To discover more news updates like this one visit the study abroad experts at Leverage Edu.

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