Scholarships that are offered online can take many different forms. Depending upon the type of scholarship, the requirements and expectations for successful completion may vary.
For example, some online scholarships may require you to complete an online application process in order to qualify for a merit-based award. In these cases, all activities related to obtaining and maintaining the scholarship would be completed on your own, without any face-to-face interaction with school staff members or other individuals involved in awarding or administering the scholarship.
On the other hand, there are other types of scholarships which include an element of face to face learning and/or interaction among students and university staff members. An example of this could include a research fellowship where you may have regular meetings with faculty mentors throughout your project’s duration or internships at companies that involve working closely with colleagues who provide guidance and feedback as part of their job descriptions.
Regardless of whether it is an online scholarship or one which requires face-to-face contact, it is important to understand all program requirements before applying so that you can maximize your chances of success. Make sure you read all information thoroughly prior to applying so that you are aware if additional steps will be needed once accepted into a program (e.g., attending workshops/seminars/training sessions etc.). This will help ensure both your understanding as well as compliance when taking part in any such opportunity!
Is the scholarship online leaning or face to face?