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How to Apply for the Scholarship

For applying to these studentships, candidates are needed to follow these steps:

Step 1: Apply for Admission

  • To avail and be eligible for the scholarship, you must have to take admission in a degree program at the SGSB. After taking affirmation, you are automatically eligible for the scholarship.

Step 2: Apply for admission and Submit Required Documents

  • As part of your application you will need to provide scanned color-original or certified copies of original documents.
  • Recommended examples of documents that you may need to provide are:

ย  ย  ย  ย  โœ“ Academic transcript

ย  ย  ย  ย  โœ“ Completion certificate

ย  ย  ย  ย  โœ“ Evidence of English proficiency

ย  ย  ย  ย  โœ“ Passport biometric page

ย  ย  ย  ย  โœ“ For programs requiring work experience,

ย  ย  ย  ย  โœ“ Curriculum vitae (CV) / Resume and

ย  ย  ย  ย  โœ“ Letters of work experience

Sept 3: Apply by email

  • If you are unable to apply online, the SGSB Business School will also accept submission of a paper-based application form.ย 
  • Print and write all required information on your printed application form. Complete the form and email the application form and relevant documents to Admissions & Registrations Department:
    • admissions@sgsb.swiss
  • Once your application has been received, our responsible organization, department and organization (*see as following five departments) will examine your profile to find best solution. Then we contact you to confirm you by email of you and your parents/sponsor at the same time.

ย  ย  ย  โ™ฆย  ICES โ€“ International Center of Economics in Society

ย  ย  ย  โ™ฆย  GED โ€“ Global Education Development

ย  ย  ย  โ™ฆย  CED โ€“ Continuing Education Department

ย  ย  ย  โ™ฆย  DEAN โ€“ SGSB Academic Program Dean

ย  ย  ย  โ™ฆย  HEAD โ€“ Higher Edification Ability Development.

Steps to Help You Get on the Path to a Full-Ride Scholarship

1. Begin your school scholarships search early in your beginning of school semester.

2. Research and decide which sector or field of scholarships youโ€™d like to apply to.

3. Boost your chances

4. Keep your grades up – A lot of scholarships require a certain grade point average (GPA) to qualify.

5. Build a robust student resume – Get involved in student volunteer and extracurricular activities throughout your school career.

Not Just GPA: Other Important Things You Can Focus On

Increasing your cumulative GPA quickly is no easy task. There are other areas you can focus on that may make college more affordable for you in the long run:

ย  ย  1.ย  Develop your leadership skills.

  • One item that stands out on a scholarship application is leadership. High school students can develop and sharpen their leadership skills by running for office in student council, becoming a tutor, mentoring incoming high school freshmen and by playing on a sports team.

ย  ย  2.ย  Serve and participate the schoolโ€™s extracurricular activities.

  • A great leader gives back, and you’ll feel so much happier in general if you’re involved in your schoolโ€™s extracurricular activities. Your worthy cause may even get you noticed. It will certainly amplify any college application or scholarship application you submit.
  • Strive to spend time volunteering for at least an hour each week or a couple times each month. While you’re volunteering don’t forget to network!

ย  ย  3.ย  Find a mentor.

  • Connecting with others is always a good idea, especially if he/she has the drive you seek. Find a person or two that make you want to be a better person and develop that relationship. This person should be able to provide professional, academic and personal feedback.
  • Building rapport with your mentor is important; you can go to this person when you need a strong letter of recommendation.

ย  ย  4.ย  Apply to the smaller scholarships.

  • In the perfect world you’d land a full-ride scholarship to your dream school. While this is quite possible, you don’t want to find yourself a high school senior that has overlooked applying for the smaller scholarships, with no full-ride scholarship offer.

Eligibility Criteria to earn scholarship.

The applicant must have to meet the following eligibility criteria:
  • Applicants must be enrolled in any undergraduate, graduate degree, postgraduate degree.
  • Applicants must be enrolled in at least 40 units each semester.
  • Applicants must have maintained continuous fulltime enrolment in your program.
  • Applicants going into their second year of study must have completed 80 units of full-time study and be continuing into the second year of the same program.
  • Applicants going into the third year of study must have completed 160 units of full-time study and be continuing into the third year of their program.
  • Applicants going into the fourth year of study must have completed 240 units of full-time study and be continuing on in to the fourth year of their program (consideration may be given to end-on Honors).
  • Applicants must have achieved a minimum GPA of Distinction average to be considered for this Scholarship (does not apply to Medicine programs with ungraded pass grades).
  • Applicants must not handhold concurrently any scholarship.

Acceptable Courses and degrees.

The scholarships are open for studying Full Time degree program in the following fields:
  • BBA
  • EBBA
  • MBA
  • EMBA
  • DBA
  • EDBA
  • PH.D.

Benefits of the Programs

The scholarship will be awarded as follows:
  • The scholarship will provide a benefit of CHF. 5,000 to CHF. 10,000 to the deserving students.
  • The grants will be deducted in two instalments of CHF. 2,500 ~ CHF. 5,000 after the semester 1 and semester 2, or semester 2 and semester 3, register dates.

Q. What grade point average (GPA) qualifies you for a full ride scholarship to college?ย 

What's the magic GPA number you need to land a full-ride scholarship?
  • Who would want to pay for school when you can potentially get a full ride scholarship instead? These highly coveted opportunities can make it possible for a student to have a successful college career who otherwise could not afford to attend.
  • So, naturally, students often want to know the magic number: What grade point average (GPA) or GPA for college qualifies you for a full ride scholarship to college?
  • There isnโ€™t a magic number, but the better your grades are, the more likely you are to meet eligibility criteria. Itโ€™s common for scholarship providers to set up grade point average eligibility criteria to narrow the pool of scholarship applicants.
  • There will be a minimum GPA level specified in the scholarship eligibility criteria if that is a factor in the providerโ€™s qualification process.

Q. What GPA Do You Need to Get a Full Scholarship?

GPA Isnโ€™t Everything, But It Helps
  • Who would want to pay for school when you can potentially get a full ride scholarship instead? These highly coveted opportunities can make it possible for a student to have a successful college career who otherwise could not afford to attend.
  • So, naturally, students often want to know the magic number: What grade point average (GPA) or GPA for college qualifies you for a full ride scholarship to college?
  • There isnโ€™t a magic number, but the better your grades are, the more likely you are to meet eligibility criteria. Itโ€™s common for scholarship providers to set up grade point average eligibility criteria to narrow the pool of scholarship applicants.
  • There will be a minimum GPA level specified in the scholarship eligibility criteria if that is a factor in the providerโ€™s qualification process.