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TOEFL Scholarships Annouced – New Opportunities for Students

GDU readers may be interested to know that Education Testing Services (ETS) the creator of the TOEFL test, has recently launched the 2012 TOEFL Scholarship Program – providing students with the opportunity to study “anywhere around the world” at an institution that accepts the TOEFL test.

The scholarship program is designed to award TOEFL test takers for achieving academic excellence, exhibiting leadership skills, performing extracurricular activities and demonstrating English-language proficiency.

In particular, ETS will be offering TOEFL Scholarships for students from China and India that wish to study in Australia.

The TOEFL test is the most widely accepted English-language assessment, recognized by more than 8,500 institutions around the world including nearly every institution in Australia.

The scholarship program is designed to award TOEFL test takers for achieving academic excellence, exhibiting leadership skills, performing extracurricular activities and demonstrating English-language proficiency.

Applications are now open and close April 13, 2012.

For full information about the 2012 Scholarship Program including eligibility and applications click here. (Page opens in a new window)

Written by Mark

As the founder of Getting Down Under, Mark is passionate about demystifying the process associated with a move to Australia.
Having launched Getting Down Under in early January 2006 and made the move to Australia from the UK in the same year, Mark continues to share resources and support for those looking for assitance, Getting Down Under.

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