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 What If You Could Relocate To Sweden Through A Swedish-Government-Funded Master's Scholarship, Bring Your Family Along And Get A Job After You Finish, Even If You Graduated With Second Class Lower?


Dear Friend,

Do you know that Sweden will pay you 10 million naira to raise your own child?


Yes. That's correct.


According to the Swedish Social Insurance Agency wesbsite, Försäkringskassanif you work in Sweden, you and your spouse receive a total of SEK 1,250 per month for each child until the child turns 16.


In other words, if your child is born in Sweden today, by the time the child turns 16, you would have received a total of SEK 240,000 PER CHILD from the Swedish government.


That's 10 million naira/150,000 cedis!


The government is only able to fund this because of the taxes you and every other worker in Sweden pays.


Now, here's the problem you face: you're stuck in a system where the government does not value your life not to talk of the lives of the young ones you're going to bring into the world or the ones you're currently raising.


Which means you might be raising kids that will be condemned to the same poor sub-standard educational system you grew up in.


And after they've spent years toiling days and nights to earn a degree, they're told NO JOBS!


What future is there for your kids in the current system you're in?


Luckily, I have a solution for you.


In the next few minutes, I'll share with you a pathway from studying in Sweden to getting a job in Sweden, that will also empower you to bring your family along to Sweden.


Follow me closely...


How Living In Sweden Can Change Your Life

  • Studying here in Sweden will help improve your value in the job market and hence, make more money you'll ever be making in your country. The average monthly salary in Sweden is SEK 30,000. That's equivalent to ₦1.2million/GhC18,000 every month. Now, compare that with what you earn at the moment. And how long will it take you in your career to get to a point where you can earn ₦1.2million/GhC18,000 every month? Truly, the cost of living in Sweden is higher, but, I currently live and work in Sweden, and I know you can successfully save at least 30% (₦360,000/GhC5,900) of your monthly salary after all expenses, and end up with ₦4.8 million/GhC70,900 sitting pretty in your bank account at the end of the year.
  • True to your imagination, living in Sweden is way way way more fulfilling and comfortable than living in Nigeria, or Ghana. I love my country, but I'll never sacrifice a good life for blind patriotism. I don't know about you o. If I get an opportunity to have constant 24/7 electricity, fast and dependable internet, leaders that respect their citizens, my tax is working, security is guaranteed, it's so safe I can go about in the night, the police is not out to harass me because I look somehow, I can't be kidnapped, my brother, my sister, I'll take up that opportunity as fast as I can.
  • When you see pictures of some of your friends and relatives living the good life abroad, don't tell me you also don't desire the same opportunity to live the good, safe, colourful life. Getting the StudyPack today will bring you closer to achieving this as it will increase your chances of winning a scholarship to study in Sweden.
  • If you're married and you get admitted for Master's studies in Sweden, you can come along with your family to Sweden. Yes. They can come along with you. Your spouse will immediately have the right to work while you're studying. You also have the right to work while studying. Your children go to tuition free schools, funded by the government. They also get free lunches funded by the Swedish government. Healthcare is ridiculously cheap for anyone that'll be living in Sweden for at least one year. Imagine how grateful your kids will be to you after years of living and schooling in Sweden. They'll be grateful to you for life.
  • And if you're single, Sweden has a lot of beautiful blonde Scandinavian ladies earnestly looking to date a young, good-looking African man like you. This is from personal experience. When I got admitted for Master's in Sweden, I got in contact with another Nigerian who got admitted for studies in the same university as me, Linköping University. Shortly after we arrived Sweden and started studies, I heard that my guy had already found himself a young pretty Swedish girl. 
  • And you know the interesting thing?
    You're eligible for the Swedish passport after 3 years of marriage to a Swedish person.
    And the Swedish passport, being the 6th most powerful in the world, grants you visa-free travel to 154 countries including Canada, the UK, Germany, Luxembourg, France, Italy, etc.


Why Am I Qualified To Show You This?

In August, 2019, just before I finished my Master's studies in Sweden, I got an offer for a job as a Project Engineer in a consulting firm in Stockholm, Sweden, a city largely known as the startup capital of Europe. After this, I applied for a work permit.



In January, 2020, the Swedish Migration Agency approved my work permit application and granted me a residence permit for work in Sweden.


But, it was not always like this for me.



Because, just in 2014, I was still gallivanting about the city of Aba, which is not far from the village where I served as a corper (national service) in Abia State, Nigeria.



What made the difference for me?


It was a full scholarship from the Swedish government for Master's studies in Sweden.

And how did I win this scholarship?


What steps did I take to win the scholarship?


Follow me closely...



I will never forget the day I received news that I had won a full scholarship for Master's studies in the Scandinavian country of Sweden.



It was a warm Friday morning in Abuja, Nigeria.


April 7th, 2017.

I was at work, periodically checking my email inbox in expectation of the unlikely news of winning the scholarship.


The Swedish Institute had earlier said that they would only be contacting successful candidates.


So, me checking my email inbox expectantly could be termed an act of faith.


But, applying for a scholarship where you're competing with students from all over the world, including from Asia, South America and other African countries, required much more than faith from me.


There was an intense one year period of preparation I put into it.


December, 2015. This was when I made a decision to start applying for Master's studies abroad.


I was tired.


And this might be you too. Tired and frustrated.


I knew there was more I could do with my life but being Nigerian in Nigeria meant there's just a limit to what you can achieve.


Think of this.


If Mark Zuckerberg had been born in Nigeria, he most likely would never have created Facebook.


He might have been killed by the police for being a software developer and carrying a laptop around.


I wanted out.


Just like you want out.


So, I started searching the internet for scholarship opportunities just like you're currently doing.


I saw lots of them, but a lot of them had these stringent requirements and all.


Most of them required a First Class Degree. I graduated with Second Class Upper.


Some of them were for countries where English tests, IELTS/TOEFL were required. And those tests cost a lot of money.


But, I had no money to be writing any English test.


Then, I stumbled on the Swedish Institute Scholarship.


You see all those limitations I mentioned above about other scholarships?


The Swedish Institute Scholarship never required any of them!


No First Class required!


No IELTS/TOEFL or any other English test required!


So, what were the requirements?

Before I tell you about what their requirements were, what really sold me about the Swedish Institute Scholarship were the benefits that each winner was guaranteed to enjoy:

  1. 1
    If you win the scholarship, your full tuition fees will be paid for by the Swedish government.
  2. 2
    Monthly allowance of SEK 9000 when I got the scholarship, which has now been increased to 10,000 SEK (that’s about US$1,049)
  3. 3
    15,000 SEK (about US$1,573) for your transportation expenses from your home country to Sweden.
  4. 4
    6-Months residence permit to look for job after studies, which has now been increased to 12 months residence permit. Once you get a job, you can convert this to a work permit.
  5. 5
    Visa-free travel to 27 European countries with your Swedish study permit.

When you sit down to calculate the value of all these benefits of the scholarship for a 2-year Master’s programme, it all sums up to about a whopping $50,000!!!


That's about NGN 20 million or GHS 290,000!!!

And you know the interesting part?


There is no limit on age or how long ago you finished your degree.


The application process is even cheaper when compared to other countries.


The scholarship application is free, but because you need to apply for admission first before applying for the scholarship, you need to pay an application fee of 900 Swedish krones (about N50,000 or GHS600) to University Admissions in Sweden.


This admission application fee covers 4 FOUR choices of Master's programmes.


Meaning you only pay 900 Swedish krones to apply for 4 FOUR Master's programmes.


You know how MASSIVE this is?


If you want to apply for Master's in other countries, like Canada, the US, UK, you'd have to pay an application fee of about $100 for each course you're interested in.


Meaning if you want to apply for 4 courses, you have to pay about $400!


This is not the case with Sweden.



I mean, when compared to the other scholarships, it was a no brainer for me.


After I reviewed the requirements and saw how easy the requirements were, I went all in for the Swedish Institute Scholarship.


I paid my admission application fee the very first day application started, October 16, 2016, even though the deadline for payment was still far away in January 2017.


When I'm committed to something, I go all in!



The requirements for the scholarship included:

  1. 1
    Work experience of at least 3000 hours. Which is equivalent to 1 and a half years of working for 8 hours per day. Your 6-months internship and 1-year national service (NYSC) should be able to cover for this.
  2. 2
    Leadership experience which has no minimum hour requirement.
    If you’ve had any leadership experience from university, that qualifies too. I used my leadership experience from my university fellowship to apply for this scholarship.
  3. 3
    Motivation letter. The Swedish Institute provides a template for this, so you don't even have to worry about how to write it.
  4. 4
    Reference letter. They also provide a template for this, making it easy for your referees to fill out.
  5. 5
    CV. You guessed right. There's a template for this too. Easy peasy.
  6. 6
    Proof of Work/Leadership Experience forms, whose templates are also provided for your referees to use. They don’t even need any leadership certificate from you.

But the catch is....


The scholarship is quite competitive.



I mean, a scholarship like this, full coverage throughout studies, with relatively easy requirements, is expected to receive lots of applications from all over the world.


About 5000 people apply for this scholarship every year, but only between 300 - 400 people win it every year.


But, this doesn't mean you can't win the scholarship.


When I was applying for the scholarship, that was the first time ever in my life of applying for graduate studies abroad.


I never had any experience of applying for studying abroad before that time.


I didn't have a First Class degree.


But, there were things I did before I applied that helped me submit a strong application.


This was why in 2017, I decided to develop a programme to teach applicants what to do to submit strong applications for the scholarship even with the limitations of low grades or inexperience.


When the results were announced in April 2018, 5 participants of this programme won the same scholarship in Sweden!


One of them was Denis, from Rwanda.

Denis, from Rwanda

(Admitted for Master's Programme in Horticultural Science at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)

"Mobolaji's mentorship helped me with guidelines on how to write a convincing motivation letter, with tips like mentioning your leadership experience, connecting your job to SDGs."


I improved this coaching programme once again for the 2019 Class and on April 24, 2020, 10 members of this Class won the scholarship!


Which include: Olumide, from Nigeria, Winnie, from Uganda, and Moses, from Ghana.

Olumide, from Nigeria


He won the scholarship for the Business Administration Master's Programme at Kristianstad University, Kristianstad, Sweden.

Winnie, from Uganda

(Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden)

"Mobolaji played a very a big role in the success of my application given the fact that I had tried twice and not succeeded. He made the process a lot easier, however it is only easy when you follow instructions, do the assignments he gives and by being proactive."

Moses, from Ghana

(Swedish Agricultural University, Uppsala, Sweden)

"The year 2020 was my second time of applying for the SI scholarship and lo and behold, I was selected. I was among the 329 applicants (with 17 being Ghanaians) selected out of the over 6,640 applicants. Look, here I am with my belief that I can fly.

Mobolaji Folorunso's coaching really helped me; it was an eye opener. As I said earlier on, I constructed and framed very good sentences on my documents but none of those won me the SI scholarship in 2019."


For the 2020 Class, some of them are already reporting winning full scholarships from their universities.


Like Kazeem, who just got admitted with 100% tuition scholarship and will be starting studies in August this year....


And Adesola, who also just got admitted with scholarship...


And Solomon, who just won 100% full tuition scholarship at University of Gothenburg, Sweden...


And Mary, who on her first time ever of applying for a scholarship, just won 100% full tuition scholarship at Umea University in the north of Sweden...


We've improved the programme again, and we're now enrolling participants for the 2021 Class.


INTRODUCING:

2021 Scholarship Prep Class for Sweden

This is an intensive preparatory class of group coaching calls, online support group, instructional materials designed to equip you with all the skills and resources you need to present a strong application for the $50,000-Valued Swedish Institute Scholarship.


The next Autumn admission application starts in October, and the scholarship application usually follows after in February.


So, why are we starting this class now when the application is still in October?


Because you might lose the scholarship if you start preparing late!


Taiwo, was a member of our 2020 class. See what he said about starting early:



"What I've learnt from all these is, when applying for ANY Scholarship, one has to prepare one full year in advance because anything can go wrong."


That's what someone who applied in the last application said you should do.


You see how serious applicants prepare for scholarship applications?


Don't be left out!


Over 9000 people applied for the Swedish Institute scholarship in the last application.


The next application will definitely attract more applicants.


How do you beat them?


We're going to show you how in this Class.


Deadline to join this 2021 Class is in 24 HOURS because it has already started.


This PrepClass Will Show You:

  1. 1
    How to avoid mistakes that can cost you admission/scholarship.
  2. 2
    How to select the least competitive Master’s programmes.
  3. 3
    How to understand the ECTS credit requirements for each course.
  4. 4
    How to accurately fill the required documents for the scholarship: motivation letter, CV, reference letter, proof of work & leadership experience.
  5. 5
    How to correctly apply on the admissions and scholarship website.
  6. 6
    How to apply and win between 50% - 100% university tuition fee waivers, even if you graduated with Second Class Lower.
  7. 7
    How to position yourself for a job/PhD in Sweden before you finish your Master's studies.
  8. 8
    How to attain permanent residence and citizenship in Sweden, through the Master's studies route.

What does this Class involve?

Monthly Group Coaching Calls

Value: ₦25,000 - GHC375 - $65


This involves group live meetings on Zoom between me and you and all other members of the class every month. I'll be sharing insights with you about what you need to be doing now to prepare ahead.


You'll also have the opportunity to ask questions about any topic about Master's studies in Sweden and receive immediate support and guidance.


During these coaching calls, we'll also explore other topics like the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, PhD in Sweden, Master's studies in Canada, and other countries.

 Membership of The Over 3000-member Scholars.Africa Online Support Group


Value: ₦15,000 - GHC225 - $39 

  • This group offers you a platform where you can post your questions daily and receive support from a recipient of the scholarship who has been in your shoes and receive answers to any question you have about living and studying in Sweden, and applying for the scholarship.
  • You'll be in a community of serious applicants just like you.
  • You'll learn from the successes and failures of others.
  • You'll share strategies and tips for success with one another.


I'll also be sending you the Relocate To Sweden StudyPack which is a collection of an ebook, a workbook and 7 video lessons to serve as instructional resources and guides you can use to prepare along with us.

It includes:

eBook: 12 Things You Must Know To Win A Full Master's Scholarship In Sweden


Value: ₦10,000 - GHC150 - $26


This PDF eBook is the most comprehensive guide you'll ever find anywhere on winning the Swedish Institute Scholarship. It talks about the 12 things you must know before you even try to apply for the scholarship.

Motivation Letter Workbook


Value: ₦8000 - GHC120 - $21


This is a Workbook on how to draft a winning motivation letter for the Swedish scholarship. A practical workbook where I take you by the hands to craft a winning motivation letter that will attract a second look at your profile at the Scholarship Office.

SAMPLE:

55 minutes of video tutorial on how to apply on the Swedish admissions website


Value: ₦13,000 - GHC195 - $34


This video tutorial will show you how I created an account on the University Admissions website, how I filled the forms and uploaded documents.

SAMPLE:

47 minutes of video tutorial on how to apply on the Swedish scholarship website.


Value: ₦12,000 - GHC180 - $31


In this video, I demonstrate how to create an account on the scholarship portal, how to fill the pages of the online form and questionnaire appropriately and how to upload the application documents.

SAMPLE:

1 hour 13 mins of video tutorial on how to fill the motivation letter template.


Value: ₦18,000 - GHC270 - $47


How do you answer the questions in the motivation letter template for the scholarship? How do you draft your words? This video will show you how.

SAMPLE:

1 hour 11 mins of video tutorial on how to fill the CV template.


Value: ₦17,000 - GHC255 - $44


What about the CV template? How do you fill in your details? Which information should you fill in and how should you do it? This video shows you how.

SAMPLE:

1 hr 55 mins of video tutorial on how the reference letter should be filled.


Value: ₦18,000 - GHC270 - $47


If you want to know how the reference letters should be filled, you need to get this video.


SAMPLE:

1 hr 08 mins of video tutorial on how the proof of work and leadership experience forms should be filled.


Value: ₦12,000 - GHC180 - $31


In this video, I demonstrate using a sample, what the scholarship expects from you in terms of the content.


SAMPLE:

30 minutes of video tutorial on how to select the right combination of Master's programmes that will increase your chances of winning the scholarship.


Value: ₦10,000 - GHC150 - $26


So, the TOTAL value of this Coaching Class is:

₦158,000 - GH₵ 2400 - $415


Now, let's compare it with what you stand to gain from winning this scholarship

  • Study and live in one of the most advanced and progressive societies in the world FULLY SPONSORED.
  • Opportunity to multiply your career earnings. Average monthly salary in Sweden is SEK 30,000 (about ₦1.3 million –
    GHC20,000 - $3554) PER MONTH!

  • Springboard to relocate to any other part of the world.
  • If you have a spouse and kids, you can come along with them.
  • Security from kidnapping, police brutality, career stagnation.

You cannot place a monetary value on the security of your life, livelihood and your future!


If you're going to be paying ₦158,000 to be coached to win a scholarship that can add this much value to your life,


Do you think it's worth it?

Of course , you are right, it is.


But, today, I'm going to allow you join this class at a MASSIVE 84% DISCOUNT!

Get Access to
the Full Class for ONLY:


12 MONTHS

₦40,000 - GH₵ 605 - $110

₦24,950 - GH₵ 375 - $65


6 MONTHS

₦25,000 - GH₵ 375 - $65

₦14,950 - GH₵ 225 - $39

Discount will be taken off soon!

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If you join the Class, you'll also be enjoying the following BONUSES!!!

BONUS #1:

A 4 part email course on how to position yourself for a job/PhD in Sweden after studies

In this email course that will be delivered over 1 week, I will share with you 4 FOUR detailed email newsletters on how you can start positioning yourself for a job/PhD and settlement in Sweden before you finish Master's studies. These are the topics of the email newsletters:

  • TWO Legal Pathways From Master's Studies To Swedish Citizenship
  • How To Get A Job In Sweden After Master's Studies
  • How To Apply For Work Permit In Sweden
  • How To Get PhD Placement In Sweden Immediately After Master's Studies

BONUS #2:

How To Craft Convincing Essays For CHEVENING Scholarship and Submit Your Application

WAIT! There's more!

You thought I was done with you?

In order to help you expand your options of which country to study in, I'm adding the following mind-blowing BONUS!!!

BONUS #3:

Relocate to CANADA StudyPack:

In this series of 9 NINE video lessons, we explore two major sources of funding your Master's studies in Canada, namely: the MasterCard Scholarship and Graduate Teaching/Research Assistantships. We discussed:

  • How To Select The Right Master's Programmes
  • How To Write Convincing Personal Statement/Statement of Purpose
  • How to Write Convincing Statement of Research Interest
  • How To Contact Potential Research Supervisors for funding/Teaching Assistantship/Research Assistantship
  • How To Craft A Solid CV for the Application
  • How To Submit Your Application On Each University's website
  • How To Submit Your Application for the MasterCard Scholarship at McGill University
  • How To Submit Your Application for the MasterCard Scholarship at University of British Columbia

Oh. That's NOT ALL!

To sweeten this offer for you, I'm adding this final BONUS!

The Scholars.Africa Monthly Learn & Win Challenge


This is a monthly quiz competition for all members of the class that tests your knowledge of the whole SI Scholarship application process.


1st PRIZE: $110 for your Master's admission application fee for Sweden.

This will be paid by us for you when the application starts in October.

Joshua, Olaiwola and Lovelace were members of the 2020 Class who won 1st prize in the May, June and August 2020 editions of the quiz competition.

When you look at it very well, you're not losing in any way if you join this class.

You get a get to win $110 for your application fee.

And even if you don't win in the one month's edition, you still have other months' editions to try for till October 2021.

And even if you don't win at all, you're still not losing in any way.

By the time applications start in October, you would have been so knowledgeable about the whole process that you'll know how to present a successful application.

On top of that, I'm adding

30-Day Money Back Guarantee!

Meaning, if within 30 days of joining this Class, you are not satisfied with what you've experienced, you're entitled to a FULL 100% refund. Just send an email to ([email protected]) and we'll refund every single penny of what you spent to join this Class. 


How To Join The 2021 Scholarship Prep Class




PAYING FROM NIGERIA


1.

You can pay on our Flutterwave-secured platform by clicking on the RED button below. Upon successful payment, you'll receive an email containing your login details to our online learning platform where you can join the Scholars.Africa Community  and download the instructional resources.

 


2.

You can also make payment by bank transfer to the following bank account:

 

0012749691

Stanbic IBTC Bank

Mobolaji Bukola Folorunso


Immediately after payment, please, send an email to [email protected], with evidence of your payment so that we can send you your login details to our online learning platform where you can join the Scholars.Africa Community  and download the instructional resources.




PAYING FROM GHANA


You can pay with MTN, Vodafone or Tigo mobile money on our Flutterwave-secured platform by clicking on the RED button below. Upon successful payment, you'll receive an email containing your login details to our online learning platform where you can join the Scholars.Africa Community  and download the instructional resources.



PAYING WITH PAYPAL/STRIPE


You can pay with your debit/credit card on our Paypal/Stripe-secured platform by clicking on the RED button below. Upon successful payment, you'll receive an email containing your login details to our online learning platform where you can join the Scholars.Africa Community  and download the instructional resources.



Hear from some other participants in this programme that have that also won the Swedish scholarship in previous years:


Chike, from Nigeria

(Admitted for Master's Programme in International Administration and Global Governance at University of Gothenburg)

"You've done more than enough for me. I never heard of the scholarship until I visited your facebook page and you guided me through the application process. You know,  yesterday I was going through my mails with you since November 2018, and I was like, Thank God for sending this young man my way."

Susan, from Kenya

(Admitted for Master's Programme in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability at Blekinge Institute of Technology)

"I consistently received your emails last year and I learnt a lot from them. Even the decision to apply for the scholarship was influenced by you to a large extent. You answered my questions on email and I believe following the advise that you offered me from the beginning including but not limited to studying the websites carefully was extremely helpful. This was my first time to apply for the scholarship and I got awarded! Your mentorship has been amazing, well-structured and systematic."

Who Is This Class For?

  • University graduates who graduated with at least Second Class Lower and have at least 1 and half years of work experience and will be applying in the next round.
  • University Students With No Work Experience Yet.
    Access to our Support group will show you what volunteering activities you should be getting involved in right now in order to prepare yourself ahead of the time you'll be ready to apply.

Is the Scholarship Guaranteed?


See ehn, if I had the unilateral power to grant this scholarship to anyone I please, you think I wouldn't have given every African applicant this scholarship?



But, that's not how it works.



No one is guaranteed this scholarship.



I had no guarantee of winning the scholarship before I applied.



I just believed in putting in my best to submit a strong application for the scholarship.



And that's what this Scholarship Prep Class is designed to do.



To show you what things you need to do to put in a strong application for the scholarship.


Since this scholarship is not guaranteed, what are even my chances of winning it with my profile? How am I sure it will work for me?


See, as long as you have at least a Second Class Lower Bachelor's degree and work experience of at least 1 and a half years in a field related to your field of studies, you have a good chance of winning the scholarship.



All I had when applying for the scholarship was a Second Class Upper Bachelor's degree, 2 years work experience in a field that is not even directly related to my field of studies.



I studied Mechanical Engineering, but my work experience was in telecommunications.



All it boils down to is how to effectively and truthfully sell your profile to the scholarship award board.



This is what I teach in this program.


And you know the interesting thing?


I've received messages in the past from some participants of our lessons who have gone on to win scholarships in other countries, not just Sweden.



For example, this is a Facebook message I received in May 2020, from someone who won the DAAD Scholarship for Master's in Germany.



An email from Jude who won the Erasmus Mundus full Master's scholarship in March 2021 that will be taking him to Poland and Sweden.




Another email from Afeez in March 2021 who will be travelling to Germany on the DAAD Scholarship.




The tips and lessons we've shared in the past helped these candidates also present strong applications for scholarships for Master's studies in Germany and Poland.


Do you see yourself sending me these kinds of messages in the coming months?



Is it compulsory to join this class before you can win the scholarship?


I want you to know that it's NOT compulsory to join this coaching class before you can win the scholarship.



Hundreds of people win this scholarship every year without even knowing who I am or what we do at Scholars.Africa.



As many people as have been able to use our lessons to win the scholarship, I want you to know that many more who do not know me have won the scholarship.



So, you can still win the scholarship without joining this class.



But, seeing that this might be your first time of applying for studies abroad or maybe your second, third time, do you think it'll be worth it to be coached by someone who has helped many others win full Master's scholarships abroad?



When is the deadline to join the class?


I know there are lots of factors you have to consider before joining this coaching class.



I understand this.



And that's why I'm giving you an opportunity to take the next 24 hours to do your own research and make up your mind about this.



I wouldn't want people who are not committed to this process to join this coaching class.



Go through my emails, my social media posts, blog posts on the Scholars.Africa website.



They're loaded with information to help you decide.



Digest the information in them.



Google "Master's in Sweden""Swedish Institute Scholarship for Global Professionals".



Check the scholarship website and see for yourself.



Then, when you're convinced, come back to this page and join the class.



If you're still not convinced this scholarship has your name written on it, fine, it's no problem.



However, note that we review the fee for this coaching class upwards regularly to limit the number of people that join the class per time.



This might be tomorrow, next week or even next month.


When exactly we increase the price is not fixed.


But, it's certain that the fee will be increased anytime soon.


We do this in order to provide a quality experience for every member.



Frequently Asked Questions

How much does the whole application process cost?

How will I download the videos and join the support group after payment?

When is the next application starting?

I'm still in the university. I don't have any work experience. Can I still join the class? 

I've tried other scholarships. How am I sure this is not a scam? If I join this Class, am I guaranteed the scholarship?

How will COVID-19 affect the application process?

I have an OND/HND. Can I apply for the scholarship?

I finished with second class lower/third class. Can I win the scholarship?

You said that I don't need IELTS or TOEFL, but I checked the admissions website and discovered that it's needed. What can I do?

How will I receive the ebooks and video tutorials?

I have a spouse and children. Will the scholarship cover my family? Can I come to Sweden with my family?

How certain is it for me to get a job in Sweden after studies?

By the way, imagine what you'll be losing if you do not take this opportunity up:

  • A life-changing opportunity to study in one of the most advanced countries in the world.
  • An opportunity fully funded on scholarship for you.
  • An opportunity to live and settle in one of the happiest places on Earth.
  • An opportunity to work with leading experts in your field.
  • An opportunity to travel around Europe visa-free.
  • An opportunity to leave behind all the joblessness and low-paying jobs

Do you really want to let these opportunities pass you by without taking any action?


Will you forgive yourself if you don't take action?


A wise man said, "the future belongs to those who take the bull by the horn"

P.S. Want to know what it's like to study in Sweden?


Check out this short interview I did with a friend of mine, Claudia, from Spain, about her experience of studying in Sweden:




Also hear from two former Swedish classmates of mine, Max and Christian, inviting you to come join us in Sweden:

Disclaimers

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