The first step when faced with a situation where you need to travel long-distance for your scholarship is to thoroughly research which costs are going to be covered by the scholarship itself. Depending on the source of the scholarship, there may be different rules and regulations that dictate what kind of expenses are eligible for reimbursement. Once you have determined which costs are covered by the scholarship, you can plan accordingly and find out who is responsible for financing your transportation fees.
If it turns out that your scholarship does not cover all of the necessary transportation costs, then it will most likely be up to you as an individual to finance these expenses. There are several possible ways in which you can go about covering these payments including seeking financial support from family members or other donors, taking on additional work such as freelance jobs or odd jobs in order to make some extra money, or applying for a travel loan from banks or credit unions. It’s important to weigh all of your options carefully before making any decisions so that you can effectively budget and manage any potential debts along your way towards achieving a successful academic experience abroad!
Hi Good morning.
If I am an Ugandan and I’ve got a scholarship to study in any other country that is far away from where I am, who is responsible for my transportation (I myself or)?