College Board India Scholars Program launched

The Forum was a gathering of universities and secondary schools from across India and the world that focused on Indian university admissions and enrollment.

By Author  |  Published: 10th Oct 2018  9:00 pmUpdated: 11th Oct 2018  12:55 am

Hyderabad: The College Board, a US-based educational non-profit, announced the launch of the College Board India Scholars Program at its India Global Higher Education Alliance Forum.

The Forum was a gathering of universities and secondary schools from across India and the world that focused on Indian university admissions and enrollment. Students who take the SAT and score highly will be recognised for their achievement, while low-income, high-achieving students can earn full-tuition scholarships to Indian member universities of the Alliance, according to a press release.

To ensure low-income students are able to sit for the SAT, the College Board has engaged Buddy 4 Study, THE scholarship platform to distribute SAT fee reductions to low-income students across India. To apply for a fee reduction, students should visit www.buddy4study.com/collegeboard, the release added.