The team of tutors at Expert Assignment Help are proud to announce our Global Goals Scholarship Program 2020. This scholarship fund of US$ 2500 is meant to promote awareness of Global Goals faced by mankind today. The proceeds of this fund for the chosen student recipients will go only towards funding their school and college fees. This is a rolling scholarship and is awarded once a year to best applicant as chosen by our esteemed team of panelists from the field of environmental science and academics.

Launch date of application 1 November 2020 (Rolling)
Last date of application 30 June 2021 (Rolling)
Award Amount US$ 2500


  • Both high school students and higher education students can apply for this scholarship.
  • Students should be presently studying or intend to study in their choice of high school or university.
  • Applicants should be aged 14 years and above.

How To Apply

  • To apply for this essay writing competition, interested students need to prepare an essay on one or more of the 17 Global Goals listed below. One needs to write about how they have or plan to meet these 17 goals against the issues being faced by mankind at a global level.
  • The essay written should be of a minimum of 2500 words in the English language.
  • Please fill the form given below to apply for this scholarship.
  • Please send a mail to us at
  • Please attach the essay in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) format in the e-mail.
  • The final essay submission should be received in our inbox on or before 11:59 PM GMT on the last date of application as stated above.

Scholarship Application Form

  • Accepted file types: doc, docx, Max. file size: 100 MB.

17 Global Goals

Students have to talk about their proposal covering one or more of these Global Goals mentioned below. The essay should revolve around a plan to execute supported by facts and figures from trusted sources. Students can also cover a story in their essay, elaborating on how they met one or more of these Global Goals in and around them.

    1. Eradicate poverty.
    2. Ensure food security and sustainable food cultivation.
    3. Implement a healthy lifestyle and improved disease control.
    4. Quality Education and learning environment for all.
    5. Establish gender equality and empower women.
    6. Availability of edible water and sanitation infrastructure for all.
    7. Sustainable energy creation and distribution.
    8. Bring growth in global economy and employment.
    9. Improve infrastructure to support industry & better living conditions.
    10. Reduce inequality among countries and among the states within each country.
    11. Improved safety and planning development for cities.
    12. Establish predictable supply and demand of natural resources.
    13. Protect & maintain water bodies along with their ecosystems.
    14. Conserve forests and limit the damage due to deforestation.
    15. Immediate action against climate change and its consequences.
    16. Development of human societies to bring peace and growth for all.
    17. Global collaboration towards sustainable action plans to meet global challenges.

Evaluation Criteria

All submissions must be free from plagiarism.

Applicants should use apt referencing wherever necessary.

Entrees from high school students and university students will be benchmarked separately and the outstanding entry will be awarded the scholarship.

Credibility, creativity, the practicality of the essay will be critically evaluated along with details of the proposal or story submitted by the students.

The decision will be taken by a panel of environmentalists and academicians and their decision will be the final one.

This initiative is to promote better academic writing skills among University students. The primary contribution in designing this initiative has been of nursing expertsIT professionalsaccounting tutorsmarketing tutorseconomics experts, and other assignments experts at Expert Assignment Help.

Scholarship Awardees

Year Student Name Prize University / School Name
2018 Mary Weisz Winner Stockholm University
Alia Sondalle RunnerUp University of Marquette
2017 Caroline Taylor Winner University of Melbourne, VIC, Australia
2016 Katie Hanna Winner University of California, Los Angeles, USA
2015 Cerene Wong Winner University of London, UK
2014 George Shepard Winner BASIS Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
2013 Lewis Whittle Winner Monash University, Melbourne, Australia