An academic scholarship (also known as a merit scholarship) is awarded to someone who has shown excellence in a particular subject, course or field of study. Often they are awarded to graduating high school students, in preparation for their college years but even mature age college students can be eligible.
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An academic scholarship is money given to you because you’ve excelled in school. If you received an academic scholarship, it would be because you had an acceptable GPA and excelled in your studies, and the college or university wants you to continue studying at their institution. What Kind of Academic
A person enters the field of education as a profession, either full-time in a traditional academic institution or as an adjunct (or part time) instructor. A traditional full-time professor may likely be responsible for conducting research, teaching, and publishing scholarly work. An adjunct instructor may teach in a community college,
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