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International Scholarship Program 2020 – by SMS

$1,000

February 12, 2021

Awards Available: 4

  • Scholarship Description
  • The SMS 2020 Scholarship Program provides 4 Scholarships. Each Worth $1,000.
    SMS 2020 has introduced Health Awareness promotion Scholarship program in the field of Sports keeping in mind the need of the Sports and Physical Activities in the life of Youth. The Company aims to assist its respectable users to get the health awareness as this would help in bringing people out of the tech and electronics mind and help students built a healthy physique. The increasing trends in Mobile Phones, Laptops, Computers, Tablets have made youth very dependent on technology and that’s why many health issues including obesity, heart issues, sleep disorders are arsing in the youth as per Research. We Value the Sports Activities and that’s why we have decided to Provide Sports Promoting Initiative.
    For this purpose, we have created, The New Year 2020 Scholarship Program for Undergraduate or Postgraduate students with the passion of “Writing Skills”. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider’s website.

  • Contact
  • samsungmobilespecs@gmail.com
  • 956 Florence Street
  • Van Alstyne, TX 75095
  • samsungmobilespecs@gmail.com
  • 903-428-4697

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