ILM Prep’s GUARANTEED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Do you wish to send your child abroad for higher studies? Are you worried about the finances? No need to be anxious anymore. ILM Prep offers a Guaranteed Scholarship Program (ILM Prep GSP), a unique program that ensures that no child is unable to fulfil his/her dream of pursuing quality higher education solely due to monetary constraints.There is a myth in the minds of many parents and college aspirants that Universities that offer scholarships are not very reputed or established universities. In reality, however, securing scholarships is not so much dependent on the ranking or credentials of a University as it is based on the University’s availability of funding and its willingness to offer financial aid to international students. Universities abroad typically offer two types of scholarships: a) Need Based scholarship, which is decided based on a student’s financial background b) Merit based scholarship, which is determined by a student’s academic credentials, his/her profile, and the quality of the essays presented by him/her. For international students applying to colleges in the US or Canada or Asia, merit-based scholarship is the most common way to secure financial grants.
How does the GSP Work?
ILM Prep has a team of expert admissions counselors who are themselves alumni of reputed Universities from across the globe, including Cornel, USC, MIT, INSEAD, Michigan Ross, LBS, among others. Having been part of such prestigious institutions, coupled with their dynamic industry experience ranging over 15 years, our counselors know exactly what top global universities are looking for in their ideal aspirants. During the brainstorming sessions withcandidates, our counselors would suggest them ways to enhance their profile, outlining for students activities that they can engage in to boost their credentials. As the student’s profile gains an edge over other applicants, our counselors calculate the student’s chances of admissions into those colleges where his/her profile stands the greatest chances of admissions. The counseling team focuses on universities that have a record of offering scholarships and that have enough funding to offer scholarships for international students.