Never Too Old to Learn

Have you longed to return to school but feel that it’s simply too late? Maybe, you want to do it but the fear of not being able to get back into the education mode has you reluctant. These are typical thoughts of many adults who wish to get back in school. However, the most common reason for the failure to do so is lack of available finances. There are alternatives for the adult who wants to return to school. In fact, there are more incentives for this situation than almost any other in the education sector.

One of the most prominent methods of funding for continuing education is adult education grants. These grants aim to assist adults who have decided to return to school in an effort to further their education on a college or certified level. Although this creates an opportunity for many adults to have the education that otherwise wouldn’t be possible, it also acts as a motivational tool for those who simply don’t have the money.

Educational grants for adults comes from a variety of sources. They are available through some educational institutes, organizations in the community, charities, and entities of certain government sectors or private individuals as well. No matter the source, the funds are used towards the overall cost of your educational financial needs.

Adults who choose to continue their education are afforded the benefit of doing so through various types of grants. Adult grants are typically applied to the student account in addition with any other monies that the student has received. Once all of the financial obligations of the student has been taken care of, the balance is usually awarded to the student. The remaining funds are useful to help assist with the cost of text books, equipment and any other finances that may incur during the semester.

Adult grants are sometimes aimed at specific courses of study. This may include medical, business, science or other fields of study. There are also many adult grants that are awarded based on certain talents that a student may possess. The performing arts genre is very popular for awarding adult educational grants as well. Many people who have aspiring talents such as singing, dancing and acting are ideal candidates for adult grants.


10 responses to “Never Too Old to Learn”

  1. APPLICATION FOR SCHOLARSHIP

    I would be very grateful if you could kindly let me know whether I qualify for scholarship and to pursue either a Degree programme with exemptions from your Institution. I am a holder of:

    1. Teachers’ Certificate ‘A’ (Three (3) Year Post Secondary).

    2. Accounting Technicians Scheme (ATS) Part III by the Association of Accountancy Bodies in West Africa [ABWA], formally Ghana accounting Technicians Programme by the Institute of Chartered Accountants [ICAG]- Ghana with a referral in ONLY Preparation & Audit of Financial Statements.

    3. A Single Subject Diploma in Business Management and Administration [ICM, Bournemouth – England].
    4. Senior High School Certificate (Accounting Option – 1994).

    I am currently a Senior Accounts Clerk in a Licensed Cocoa Buying Company [Transroyal Ghana Limited] in Kumasi.

    Enclosed herewith are my documents for your perusal, consideration and advice.
    I sincerely anticipate your response.

    Thanks.
    Nuhu Ndebilla
    0244436357/0269332980
    nuhundebilla@gmail.com

  2. I have conditional letter from Huddersfield University in England all I need is funds for my tuition. Kindly direct where to go to apply for the scholarship.

  3. I need Financial Assistance for MBA and Accounting softwares 2017 here in Uganda My account Details-MUHUMUZA DAVID A/c No:7066168001 Diamond Trust Bank ISBAT Branch Lugogo bypass Kampala Uganda East Africa.Swift code:DTKEUGKA,
    emails:davidb.muhumuza@gmail.com,davidbamanya@yahoo.com,Tel+256 774 163200

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