The first step you're going to want to take is to look up scholarship opportunities in your country. This can be done with a simple Google search which should bring up plenty of scholarship search websites or scholarship opportunities. In addition, if you are currently attending a college or university, they may have a scholarship site or section of their financial aid site dedicated to scholarships. If you are a part of a minority, it can also be helpful to include that in your scholarship search as well (for example, by looking up scholarships for women, etc.). A tip -- don't shy away from smaller scholarships! Many of these small scholarships are overlooked and so have fewer applicants or simply go unclaimed, and they add up! After you find some scholarships that are a good fit for you, you will need to provide the required application materials. Much of the time this might include an essay. Make sure to write something compelling (such as with personal anecdotes about your connection to the scholarship or subject you are studying, etc.) but that also answers the prompt. Then make sure to edit, edit, edit!
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From what I know, the vast majority of scholarships go unclaimed, so the important thing is to get applications out to as many scholarships as possible. A lot of them will just require a small essay or a resume. Just make sure to do a spell check and grammar review of anything you turn in.
I would begin by researching college scholarships in the Philippines. Read the requirements and do you due diligence on how to accomplish each. Weigh the cons versus pros for each scholarship so that your efficient in applying and getting more interviews for them.
hope this helps.
hope this helps.